Killing no murder: (originally applied to O. Cromwell.) A discourse proving it lawful to kill a tryant according to the opinion of the most celebrated ancient authors.

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Main Author: Sexby, Edward, -1658. (Author)
Other Authors: Titus, Silius, 1623?-1704.
Format: Book
Published:London : Re-printed for the heirs of Junius Brutus, 1743.
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Location: General Collection 2nd floor

Call Number: J 54555 .258 1743 no. 12
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