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APPENDIX E
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  • Horne, Robert, An Answer to Feckenham's Scruples and Stales of Conscience touch- ing the Oath of Supremacie, 1566.
  • Hotman, Francis, Brutum Fulmen Papae Sixti V, etc., in Goldast, Monarchia, iii, 68 et seq.
  • --- Franco-Gallia, 1574, English translation, London, 1711.
  • Howard, Sir William, A Pattern of Christian Loyalty: showing how the new Oath of Allegiance may be safely taken by Roman Catholickes, London, 1634.
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  • Hume, M. A. S., Treason and Plot, London,1901.
  • Hunt, Thomas, An Argument for the Bishops Right in Judging in Capital Causes in Parliament, London, 1682, The Postscript (an attack on hereditary right to the Kingship).
  • --- Great and Weighty Considerations relating to the Duke of York, or Successor of the Crown, London, 1680.
  • Important Considerations, etc., 1600, edited by Joseph Mendham, M. A., Lon- don, 1831.
  • Ingram, T. D., England and Rome, London, 1892.
  • Irving, David, The Lives of the Scotish Poets, Edinburgh, 1804.
  • James I, King of Great Britain, The Workes of the Most High and Mighty Prince, James, By the Grace of God Kinge of Great Brittaine France & Ireland De- fendor of ye Faith &c: Published by James [Montagu] Bishop of Winton & Deane of his Mats Chappell Royall, London, 1616. This is the edition used for this volume.
  • --- Serenissimi . . . principis Jacobi . . regis .. . Opera, etc., London, 1619. This Latin edition was also probably the work of Bishop Montagu.
  • --- In 1620 appeared A Meditation upon the Lords Prayer, and A Meditation upon the 27, 28, 29 Verses of the XXVII chapter of Saint Matthew. Or A Paterne for a Kings Inauguration, London, printed by R. Barker and J. Bill. These are printed at the end of the later issues of the Workes and are paged continuously with the rest (pp. 601-621). A Latin edition of the Works appeared at Frankfort in 1689.
  • --- A Paraphrase upon the Revelation of the Apostle S. John (Workes, pp. I-72).
  • --- A Fruitfull Meditation, Containing a Plaine and Easie Exposition, or laying open of the vii, viii, ix, and x Verses of the 20 chapter of the Revelation, in forme and maner of a Sermon, Edinburgh, 1588, London, 1603, 1616 (Workes, pp. 73-80); in Latin: Basiliae, 1596; Jenae, 1603; Halle, 1603; in French; La Rochelle, 1589. These are the basis of James's later view of the Pope as Antichrist, as set forth in his Premonition.
  • --- The Trew Law of Free Monarchies, 1598, published anonymously, 1603, 1616 (Workes, pp. 191-210).
  • --- A Meditation vpon the xxv, xxvi, xxvii, xxviii and xxix verses of the xv Chap. of the first Booke of the Chronicles of the Kings, (Workes, pp. 81-89).
  • --- Basilikon Doron, Edinburgh, 1599, an edition of only seven copies (Preface to the Reader, Workes, p. 142), one of which is in the British Museum Library There is a reprint of this first edition, published for the Roxburghe Club, London, 1887. Other editions: Edinburgh, 1603; London, 1603 (two); 1616 (Workes, pp. 137-189); London, 1883 (Morley's Universal Library); in Latin: London, 1604, Hanoviae, 1604, Frankfort, 1679; in French: Paris, 1603, 1604; etc. Many extracts were printed in the controversies of later years, one of the most interesting being A puritane set forth in his lively colours, London, 1642.
  • --- A Discourse of the Maner of the Discoverie of the Powder-Treason, 1606, 1616 (Workes, pp. 223-246).
  • --- Triplici nodo, triplex cuneus. Or An Apologie for the Oath of Allegiance (anonymous), London, 1607; in Latin, London, 1607, 1608; in French, Paris, 1608.
  • --- An Apologie for the Oath of Allegiance First set foorth without a name: And now acknowledged by the Author, the Right High and Mightie Prince, James, etc., London, 1609, 1616 (Workes, pp. 247-286); in French, London, 1609; in Latin, London, 1609, Amsterdam, 1609; in Dutch, Leyden, 1609. The English edition was dated April 8, 1609. The day before, a royal proclama- tion was issued calling in all copies of the first edition.
    To the various versions of this revised edition of the Apologie was prefixed a long introduction, A Premonition to All Most Mightie Monarches, Kings, Free Princes, and States of Christendome (Workes, pp. 287-338) which ended with A Catalogue of the Lyes of Tortus, together with a Briefe Confutation of them (Workes, pp. 339-346). The Premonition is sometimes referred to as the Monitory Preface.
  • --- A Declaration Concerning the Proceedings with the States Generall, of the United Provinces of the Low Countreys, in the cause of D. Conradus Vorstius. This appeared in English, Latin, and French in 1612. It is reprinted in the Works, pp. 347-380.
  • --- Declaration du serenessime Roy Jacques 1er, Roy de la Grand' Bretagne et Irlande, defenseur de la Foy, pour le droit des Rois et independence de leurs couronnes, contre la harangue de l'illustrissime Cardinal du Perron, prononcee en le Chambre des Trois-Estats, le 15 Janvier 1615, 1615; in Latin, London, 1616; in English 1616, A Remonstrance for the Right of Kings, and the Inde- pendance of Their Crownes, etc. It is referred to usually as Defence. (Workes, pp. 381-484); 1619, "Translated out of his Maiesties French copie by R. B., Pastor to the church at Ashole in Norfolke."
    The editor of the Workes has also given five of James's most important speeches delivered before the publication of the book in 1616 (pp. 485-569), beginning with the speech opening James's first English Parliament in 1603-04, in- cluding the one made to both houses after the Powder plot, and others of 1607 and 1609-10; and closing with a speech in the Star-Chamber in 1616. These were all originally published soon after they were delivered by Robert Barker, the King's printer and copies of the first edition of all sur- vive. All except the last were delivered to Parliament and are included in the Parliamentary History, i. The speech in the Star Chamber is in Workes, pp. 549-569.
    To these might be added several speeches delivered to the Parliament of 1621 (Parliamentary History, i, 1175-1371, passim) and also those of James's fourth and last Parliament, in 1624 (Parl. Hist., i, 1373-1506, passim).
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