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" Kings are justly called Gods, for that they exercise a manner or resemblance of Divine power upon earth. For if you will consider the Attributes to God, you shall see how they agree in the person of a King. "
An Historical and Critical Account of the Lives and Writings of James I. and ... - Page 222
by William Harris - 1814
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The Westminster Review, Volume 156

1901
...words of our James I., assure the world that, " Kings are justly called gods, for that they exercise a manner or resemblance of divine power upon earth...shall see how they agree in the person of a king." But he would find, as James discovered, that not even Omnipotence itself could tax currents and broadcloth...
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London, Volume 1

Charles Knight - London (England) - 1841
...are justly called gods," said this brilliant specimen of earthly divinity, " for that they exercise a manner or resemblance of divine power upon earth;...person of a King. God hath power to create or destroy — to make or unmake — at his pleasure ; to give life or send death ; to judge all, and to be judged...
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The Pictorial History of England: Being, a History of the People ..., Volume 4

George Lillie Craik - Great Britain - 1841
...ridiculous. " Kings," said this unroyal specimen, " are justly called gods, for that they exercise a manner or resemblance of divine power upon earth...person of a king. God hath power to create or destroy — to make or unmake — at his pleasure ; to give life or send death ; to judge all, and to be judged...
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London, Volumes 1-2

Charles Knight - London (England) - 1841
...are justly called gods," said this brilliant specimen of earthly divinity, " for that they exercise a manner or resemblance of divine power upon earth;...the person of a King. God hath power to create or destroy—to make or unmake—at his pleasure; to give life or send death; to judge all, and to be...
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The Cabinet History of England: Being an Abridgment, by the ..., Volumes 9-10

Charles MacFarlane - Great Britain - 1845
...and ridiculous. "Kings," said this unroyal specimen, "are justly called gods, for that they exercise a manner or resemblance of divine power upon earth...person of a king. God hath power to create or destroy — to make or unmake— at his pleasure; to give life or send death ; to judge all, and to be judged...
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The Aristocracy of England: A History for the People

William Howitt - Aristocracy (Social class) - 1846 - 336 pages
...on the god-like attributes of kings. " Kings," said he, " are justly called gods ; for they exercise a manner or resemblance of divine power upon earth....person of a king. God hath power to create or destroy ; to make or unmake at his pleasure ; to give life or send death ; to judge all, and to be judged unaccountable...
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The cabinet history of England, an abridgment of the chapters entitled ...

Charles MacFarlane, George Lillie Craik - 1855
...and ridiculous. "Kings,"' said this unroyal specimen, "arc justly called gods, for that they exercise a manner or resemblance of divine power upon earth...person of a king. God hath power to create or destroy — to make or unmake— at his pleasure ; to give life or send death ; to judge all, and to be judged...
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The cabinet history of England, civil, military and ecclesiastical ..., Volume 5

Charles MacFarlane - Great Britain - 1855
...and ridiculous. "Kings," said this unroyal specimen, "are justly called gods, for that they exercise a manner or resemblance of divine power upon earth...the person of a king. God hath power to create or destroy—to make or unmake— at his pleasure; to give life or send death ; to judge all, and to be...
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The comprehensive history of England, from the earliest period to the ...

Charles MacFarlane, Thomas Thomson - 1861
...and ridiculous. "Kings," said this unroyal specimen, "are justly called ginls, for that they exercise a manner or resemblance of Divine power upon earth; for, if you will coneider the attributes of God, you shall see how they agree in the person of a king. God hath power...
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Stories of the Wars, 1574-1658: From the Rise of the Dutch Republic to the ...

John Tillotson - Anglo-Dutch War, 1652-1654 - 1865 - 432 pages
...the Stuart line in England. " Kings," he was wont to say, " are justly called gods, for they exercise a manner or resemblance of Divine power upon earth....person of a king. God hath power to create or destroy, to make or unmake at his pleasure ; to give life or send death, to judge all and to be judged of nor...
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