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THE

PROSE WORKS

OF

JOHN MILTON.

VOLUME II.

COXTAINING

THE TENURE OF KINGS AND MAGISTRATES.

AREOPAGITICA,

TRACTS ON THE COMMONWEALTH.
CBSERVATIONS ON ORMOND'S PEACE. LETTERS OF STATE, &C.

BRIEF NOTES ON DR. GRIFFITH'S SERMON.
OF REFORMATION IN ENGLAND. OF PRELATICAL EPISCOPACY,
THE REASON OF CHURCH GOVERNMENT URGED AGAINST PRELACY

OF TRUE RELIGION, HERESY, SCHISM, LERATION.

OF CIVIL POWER IN ECCLESIASTICAL CAUSES.

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HENRY G. BOHN, YORK STREET, COVENT GARDEN.

1848.

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME II.

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THE TENURE OF Kings AND MAGISTRATES : proving that it

is lawful, and hath been held so through all Ages, for any

who have the Power, to call to Account a Tyrant, or

wicked King, and after due Conviction, to depose, and put

him to Death, if the ordinary Magistrate have neglected

or denied to do it, &c.

1

AREOPAGITICA: a Speech for the Liberty of Unlicensed Print-

ing: to the Parliament of England

48

A LETTER TO A FRIEND CONCERNING THE RUPTURES OF

THE COMMONWEALTH

102

THE PRESENT MEANS AND BRIEF DELINEATION OF A FREE

CommonwEALTH, easy to be put in Practice, and without

Delay. In a Letter to General Monk

106

THE READY AND EASY WAY TO ESTABLISH A FREE COMMON-

WEALTI, and the Excellence thereof, compared with the

Inconveniences and Dangers of re-admitting Kingship in

this Nation.

108

OBSERVATIONS ON THE ARTICLES OF PEACE, between James

Earl of Ormond for King Charles the First on the one

Hand, and the Irish Rebels and Papists on the other

Hand : and on a Letter sent by Ormond to Colonel Jones,

Governor of Dublin : and a Representation of the Scots

Presbytery at Belfast in Ireland. To which the said

Articles, Letter, with Colonel Jones's Answer to it, and

Representation, &c., are prefixed

139

LETTERS OF STATE to most of the Sovereign Princes and Re-

publics of Europe during the Administration of the Com-

monwealth and the Protectors Oliver and Richard Crom.

well

200

A MANIFESTO OF THE LORD PROTECTOR to the Common-

wealth of England, Scotland, Ireland, &c. Wherein is

shewn the Reasonableness of the Cause of this Republic

against the Depredations of the Spaniards

333

BRIEF NOTES UPON A LATE SERMON TITLED THE FEAR OF

GOD AND THE KING ; preached and since published by

Matthew Griffith, D.D., and Chaplain to the late King.

Wherein many notorious Wrestings of Scripture, and

other Falsities, are observed

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354

OF REFORMATION IN ENGLAND, and the Causes that Hitherto

have hindered it. In Two Books. Written to a Friend 363

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