Context

Context of The true portraiture of the kings of England; drawn from their titles, successions, raigns and ends. Or, A short and exact historical description of every king, with the right they have had to the crown, and the manner of their wearing of it; especially from William the Conqueror. : Wherein is demonstrated that there hath been no direct succession in the line to create an hereditary right, for six or seven hundred yeers; faithfully collected out of our best histories, and humbly presented to the Parliament of England.
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