A fuller ansvver to a treatise vvritten by Doctor Ferne

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A fuller ansvver to a treatise vvritten by Doctor Ferne, entituled The resolving of conscience upon this question, whether upon this supposition, or case (the King will not defend, but is bent to subvert religion, lawes and liberties) subjects may with good conscience make resistance. VVherein the originall frame, and fundamentalls of this government of England, together with those two texts of Scripture are sufficiently cleered. viz. Rom. 13. 1. Let every soule be subject unto the higher powers: for there is no power but of God, the powers that be, are ordaine of God. 1. Pet. 2. 13. Submit your selves unto every ordinance of man for the Lords sake, whether it be to the King as Supreame. Done by another author. And by him revised and enlarged by occasion of some late pamphlets complaining in the name of the city against the Parliament.

City of Publication
printed for John Bartlet, and are to be sold at the signe of the Gilt-Cup in Pauls Church-yard, neare to Austins Gate, 1642.
Year Published
Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), H1558; Thomason, E.245[3]; ESTC Citation R206633
[4], 24 p.; 4⁰.