John Ashton's Case for James II as Rightful King of England: Rebellion or Revolution? (Studies in British History S. v. 42)
By: Norman A. Coles (author)Hardback
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Description of Ashton's pamphlet and his arguments; description of Ashton's opponents'pamphlets; James II's status, reign, and character - some principal facts; is James II the "rightful, lawful" King of England? Ashton's leading arguments; main arguments of Dr Fowler; arguments of "The Apology for Mr R. Stafford"; Christian ideas on government; logical development of basic Christian ideas on government; application to the case of James II in 1690; Appendix: was James II a despot? was he a tyrant? An answer to the paper delivered by Mr Ashton at his execution; facsimile reproduction; transcribed text; select bibliography.
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