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Evesham, Joannes de
Evesham, Johannes de
Evesham, John (baron d')
Evesham, John Somers
Evesham, John Somers (Baron Somers of)
Person of honour
Somers, John
Somers, John S.
Somers, John Somers
Somers, John Somers (Baron)
Somers (lord)
Somers of Evesham, John
Somers of Evesham, John Somers
Somers Somers, John
Sommers, John
Sommers, John Sommers
Sommers, John Sommers (Baron)
Sommers (Lord)
Dates: 
1651-1716
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American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Defoe, Daniel (1661?-1731)
Dunton, John (1659-1733)
Ebenezer Hazard Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
London
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
S.n. (S.l.)
Scott, Walter (1771-1832)
Thomas Jefferson Library Collection (Library of Congress)
Titles: 
argument of the Lord Keeper Sommers, on his giving judgment in the bankers case, The : deliverʼd in the Exchequer-Chamber, June 23, l696.
arguments of the Lord-keeper, the two lords chief justices. - [1693], The
brief history of the succession. - [1680], A
brief history of the succession. - 1688/9, A
Brief history of the succession, collected out of the records, and the most authentick historians. Written for the satisfaction of the earl of H., A
brief history of the succession, collected out of the records.... - s. a. 1681?, A
brief history of the succession. Dutch, A
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... public as well as private libraries, particularly that of the late Lord Somers. The second edition, revised, augumented, and arranged by Walter Scott, A
discourse concerning generosity., A
Dutch declaration of independence. The declaration of the States General of the United Provinces, setting forth that Philip the Second had forfeited his right of sovereignty over the said provinces. At the Hague, 26 July, 1581., The
guide to the knowledge of the rights and privileges of Englishmen. Containing, I. Magna charta, with remarks thereon; II. The Bishops curses; III. The Habeas corpus act; IV. The Bill of rights; and, V. The Act settlement: with an exhortation to the Christian and independent clergy, the gentry, freeholders, and other electors of members to serve in Parliament. To which is added, The security of Englishmens lives: or, The trust, power, and duty of the grand juries of England., A
Judgement of whole kingdoms and nations, The
judgment of whole kingdoms and nations, concerning the rights, power, and prerogative of kings, and the rights, priviledges, and properties of the people, The : shewing the nature of government in general, both from God and man ... recommended as proper to be kept in all families, that their childrens children may know the birth-right, liberty, and property belonging to an English-man
judgment of whole kingdoms and nations, concerning the rights, power, and prerogative of kings, and the rights, privileges, & properties of the people ..., The
Jura populi Anglicani, or, The subject's right of petitioning set forth : occasioned by the case of the Kentish petitioners ...
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 ... with remarks on the trustees proceedings upon the Irish forfeitures, plainly demonstrated.
Korte historie van de successie der kroone van Engeland, getrokken uit de griffie en de beste historien. Geschreven tot voldoeninge van de grave van H.
korte historie van de successie, ofte erffenis tot de croon. Gecollecteert uyt de cronycken ende geloofwaerdichste historie-schryvers, geschreeven tot satisfactie van den graeve van H. Getranslateert nae het Engelsch origineel, Een
law of elections, The : being an abstract of all the statutes now in force relating to the election of members to serve in the House of Commons : in three sections, viz. the duties &c. of the electors, the elected, and the officers returning.
letter ballancing the necessity of keeping a land-force in times of peace with the dangers that may follow on it, A
Lex constitutions
Memoirs of the life of John Lord Somers : containing, as well several of His Lordship's arguments in law, as his speeches in Parliament : with a large introduction in vindication of the modern biography ...
security of English-men's lives. -, The
security of English-mens lives, or, The trust, power, and duty of the grand jurys of England, The : explained according to the fundamentals of the English government, and the declarations of the same made in Parliament by many statutes : published against the popish designs against the lives of many Protestand lords and commoners, who stand firm to the religion and ancient government of England.
security of English-mens lives, or, The trust, power and duty of the grand jurys of England, The : explained according to the fundamentals of the English government, and the declarations of the same made in Parliament by many statutes : published for the prevention of popish designs against the lives of many Protestant lords and commoners, who stand firm to the religion and ancient government of England.
security of Englishmen's lives ... 1766., The
security of Englishmen's lives, or, The trust, power and duty of the grand juries of England, The : explained, according to the fundamentals of the English government, and the declarations of the same, made in Parliament by many statutes.
Security of Englishmen's lives, or the Trust, power and duty of the grand jurys of England..., The
several proceedings and resolutions of the House of peers, in relation to the lords impeached or charged., The
Somers collection of tracts, The
Subject's right of petitioning set forth
Trust, power and duty of the grand juries of England
Trust, power and duty of the grand jurys of England, The
Two letters to His Excellency Earl Camden, lord lieutenant of Ireland, on the subjects of the intended armament. By Somers
vindication of the proceedings of the late Parliament. -, A
Vox populi, vox Dei, being true maxims of government.
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