Minors no senators: or A brief discourse, proving infants under 21. years of age, to be uncapable, in point of law, reason, prudence, of being elected or admitted members of the High Court of Parliament: and that the elections of such, are not only infamous to the electors, but inurious, prejudicial, dishonourable to the whole Parliament, and mere nullities, not fit to be connived at. Written by way of letter to a friend and clyent, for his private satisfaction, afterwards published in the year 1646. (as now reprinted with some inlargements) for the common good;

William Prynne London : printed for Edward Thomas at the Adam and Eve in Little Britain, 1661

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