exorbitant grants of William the III. examin"d and question"d. Shewing the nature of grants in successive and elective monarchies; and proving by law and history, that crown-lands are inalienable, that resumptions were common all the world over; and likewise shewing, that where a prince hath no hereditary title, he can make no hereditary right. And that kings set up by Parliament can dispose of no lands but with the consent of Parliament, which renders William the Third"s grants totally void.

  • 28 Pages
  • 1.70 MB
  • English
by , London
William -- III, -- King of England, -- 1650-
LC ClassificationsAC901
The Physical Object
Pagination[4],28p. : 4to
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20068031M