A vindication of the royal law of Jehovah, (Lord Paramount of heaven and earth), commonly termed the moral lavv, or, law of manners, (in relation to our behaviour both towards God and our neighbour) or otherwise, the Decalogue, or Ten Commandments; with the statutes and judgements appertaining thereunto. In opposition ot the present laws of our forefathers, so called and magnified by several persons in this Commonwealth, and particularly by Lieut. Col. John Lilburne, and Capt. Robt. Norwood. Humbly presented to the view and serious consideration of the honorable the committee appointed for the drawing up of a new systeme or body of law, for the use of the Commonwealth;

John Spittlehouse Printed at London : by J.C., 1653

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