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Somers, John Somers, Baron, 1651-1716. National Library of Catalonia National Library of Australia National Library of Israel Library of Congress/NACO

Somers, John, 1651-1716 Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of France ISNI-test

Somers, John Somers 1651-1716 German National Library

Somers, John, baron Somers, 1651-1716 National Library of the Netherlands-test

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VIAF ID: 46796537 (Personal)

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Anguis in herba, or, The fatal consequences of a treaty with France wherein it is prov'd that the principles whereby the French King governs himself will not allow him to observe any treaty longer than it is for his interest to break it, that he has always aim'd at the union of the crowns of France and Spain since the Pyrenæan Treaty, that, notwithstanding his pretences to the contrary, such is his design at this day, and that nothing can prevent it but to reduce his power to such a degree as may perfectly break his measures xR Extended Titles-test
Arguments of the lord-keeper, the two lords chief justices, and mr. baron powell, when they gave judgement for the earl of bath xR Extended Titles-test
Brief history of the succession collected out of the records, and the most authentick historians, written for the satisfaction of the earl of h xR Extended Titles-test
Brief history of the succession to the crown of england wherein facts, collected from the best authorities, are oppos'd to the novel assertors of indefeasible hereditary right xR Extended Titles-test
Collection of scarce and valuable tracts on the most interesting and entertaining subjects but chiefly such as relate to the history and constitution of these kingdoms xR Extended Titles-test
Collection of scarce and valuable tracts on the most interesting and entertaining subjects: but chiefly such as relate to the history and constitution of these kingdoms. selected from an infinite number in print and manuscript, in the royal, cotton, sion, and other public, as well as private libraries; particularly that of the late lord somers xR Extended Titles-test
Jus regium, or, The King's right to grant forfeitures and other revenues of the crown fully set forth and trac'd from the beginning : His Majesty vindicated as to his promise concerning his disposal of the forfeited estates : the manifold hardships of the resumption and the little advantage we shall reap by it plainly demonstrated xR Extended Titles-test
Letter ballancing the necessity of keeping a land-force in times of peace with the dangers that may follow on it xR Extended Titles-test
Security of English-mens lives Library of Congress/NACO
Security of englishmen's lives: or, the trust, power, and duty of grand juries of england explained, according to the fundamentals of the english government, and the declaration of the same made in parliament by many statutes. first printed in the year 1681 xR Extended Titles-test Library of Congress/NACO German National Library
True secret history of the lives and reigns of all the kings and queens of england from king william the first, called the conqueror, to the end of the reign of the late queen anne. to which is prefixed an abstract of the general history of each reign. collected (chiefly) from original manuscripts, and the most valuable private memoirs, and authentick historians xR Extended Titles-test
Vindication of the proceedings of the late parliament of england an. dom. 1689, being the first in the reign of their present majesties king william and queen mary xR Extended Titles-test

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