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ADDENDA. - James Tyrrell, Patriarcha non monarcha. The Patriarch unmonarch’d 
Patriarcha non monarcha. The Patriarch unmonarch’d: Being Observations on a late treatise and divers other miscellanies, published under the name of Sir Robert Filmer Baronet. In which the falseness of those opinions that would make monarchy Jure Divino are laid open: and the true Principles of Government and Property (especially in our Kingdom) asserted. By a Lover of Truth and of his Country (London: Richard Janeway, 1681).
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THe quotation in the Margin, p. 50. vid. Mezeray Abrege Chronologique belongs to p. 59. l. 22. To p. 117. l. 5. That even in the Christian Religion, Men are Masters of their own lives: when Gods Glory or the avoiding of imminent sin requires it, see the examples of the primitive Martyrs Eusebius Eecl. Hist. Lib. 8. Cap. 9. 12. To Chap. 4. p. 123. l. 24. And that the French look upon their Kings to have but an usufructuary right in the Crown of France, appears from the Declaration of the Assembly des Notables called K. Francis l. 1527. to give their advice concerning the Redemption of his Children, and his return to Spain, the delivery of Burgundy, whereupon the three Estates answered a part. That his person belonged to the Realm, and not to himself, that Burgundy was a Member of the Crown of which he was but the usufructuary and so could neither dispose of the one nor the other. Mezeray Abrege Chron. Francis I. Anno 1527.
P. 151. l. 29. after Law, add the same Author (the Book is quoted there, but the Quotation omited) Que quidem fuerint approbata concensu utentius & Sacramento Regam confirmata non possunt mut ari neo destruitine communi consen u corum omnium quorum consilio & consensu fuerint promulgata.