Some particulars concerning the law, sent to Oliver Cromwell, : who is chief ruler in these nations, according to man: and to the counsellors, who sit in counsel with him: wherein is plainly laid down the difference betwixt the righteous law of God, and those laws which are made and acted in the will of man; and how they who make and act those laws, which are according to the will of man, and contrary to the law of God, are found opposing the righteous law of God, and so are transgressors of that law which is according to that in the conscience. With a vvord of discovery of the cruel oppression of the priests, who call themselves ministers of Christ and the Gospel, which gives freedom; but they are found to be opposers, and out of the life that gave forth the scriptures, and so with it judged, which is according to the law of God, which gives freedom to the righteous seed, but have cleared themselves from Christ, who disobey his doctrine, and sue men at the law, and take treble damages, contrary to the scriptures. With a word of exhortation to the rulers and magistrates, to own the righteous law of God, which will cut down sin, and cleanse the land of evil doers, and discover the deceivers of the people.

Camm, John, 1604?-1656.
London, : [publisher not identified], Printed, Anno Dom. 1654.
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Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658 -- Early works to 1800.
Law -- England -- Early works to 1800.
Law (Theology) -- Early works to 1800.
Attributed to John Camm.
Annotation on Thomason copy: "June. 9".
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Wing (2nd edition, 1994) C391.
Thomason E.740[9].
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