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#Animadversions vpon those notes which the late observator hath published upon the seven doctrines and positions which the King by way of recapitulation (hee saith) layes open so offensive# Animadversions vpon those notes which the late observator hath published upon the seven doctrines and positions which the King by way of recapitulation (hee saith) layes open so offensive

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  1. ANIMADVERSIONS Vpon thoſe Notes which the late Obſervator hath publiſhed upon the ſeven Doctrines and Poſitions which the KING by way of Recapitulation (hee ſaith) layes open ſo offenſive. POSITION I. THat the Parliament has an abſolute indiſputable power of declaring Law: ſo that all theTo this the Obſervator ſaith, It has beene anſwered, That this Power muſt reſt in them, or in the KiANIMADVERSION I. THe Obſervator hath contracted his Maieſties words, but hath kept the ſenſe in morePOSIT. 2. That Parliaments are bound to no Preſidents.OBSERV: Statutes are not binding to them, why OBSERV: Statutes are not binding to them, why ſhould then Preſidents? Yet there is no obligation ſtrANIMAD. 2. If Statutes be not binding to them, there is no reaſon that preſidents ſhould be. And he POSITION 3. That they are Parliaments, and may judge of publike neceſſity without the King, and diſpOBSERV. They may not deſert the King, but being deſerted by the King, when the Kingdome is in diſtreANIMADVER. 3. His Majeſty ſets downe this Poſition in more words, but theſe are much to the ſame purPOSITION 4. That no member of the Parliament ought to bee troubled for Treaſon, &c. without leave.OBOBSERV. This is intended of ſuſpitions onely, and when leave may ſeaſonably bee had, and when competANIMAD. 6. His Majeſty hath ſaid ſo much of this and ſo little of it hath beene anſwered, (or indeedPOSITION 5. That the Soveraigne power reſides in both Houſes of Parliament; The King having no negatOBSERV. This power is not claimed as ordinary, nor to any purpoſe; but to ſave the Kingdome from ruiANIMAD 5. His Majeſty infers upon this Poſition. That himſelfe muſt be ſubject to their Commands. ThPOSITION 6. That the levying of forces againſt the perſonall commands of the King, (though accompaniOBSERV. If this were not ſo The Parliament ſeeing a ſeduced King, ruining himſelfe, and the KingdomeANIMAD. 6. I Thought this Poſition ſo ſtrangely Paradoxall, and ſo apparently contrary to reaſon, anPOSIT. 7. That according to ſome Parliaments they may depoſe Kings.OBSERV. Tis denied that any King OBSERV. Tis denied that any King was depoſed by a free Parliament fairely elected.ANIMAD. 7. I like this note better then all the reſt, and am wholly of his minde: That never any fre _ The Authors Proteſtation.

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