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by Thomas Tany

eBook THE NATIONS RIGHT IN MAGNA CHARTA download ISBN: 0948518308
Author: Thomas Tany
Publisher: Aporia Press (August 1988)
Language: English
Pages: 40
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Theaurau John Tany (bap. Thomas Totney 21 January 1608 - 1659) was an. .Tany next published two tracts: Whereas TheaurauJohn Taiiiiijour My servant (15 November 1650) and THE NATIONS RIGHT in Magna Charta (28 December 1650). Thomas Totney 21 January 1608 - 1659) was an English preacher and religious visionary. Both demonstrated his earnest desire for social reformation, the latter exhorting the common soldiers to dissolve Parliament and call fresh elections. His next offering, Aurora in Tranlagorum in Salem Gloria, seems to have been written on three consecutive days in late December 1650. It was printed by a Baptist who had previously printed a ‘very dangerous’ book.

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Thomas Tany, I Proclaim. he returne of the Jewes, London 1650. Thomas Tany, Theavravjohn His Theousori, London 1651, title page. Tany was arrested with Capt

Thomas Tany, I Proclaim. Cf. idem, The Nations Right in Magna Charta, . 8: dated in text (p. 8), 28 Dec. 1650. Tany was arrested with Capt. Robert Norwood, who would be associated with Roger Williams in presenting a plan to Parliament in March 1652 in favour of the toleration of the Jews: Katz, Philo-Semitism, 18. oogle Scholar.

Magna Carta offered the greatest symbol of such rights; furthermore, it was created in response to historical abuses of.

Magna Carta offered the greatest symbol of such rights; furthermore, it was created in response to historical abuses of rights.

15 November 1650) and THE NATIONS RIGHT in Magna Charta (28 December. Both demonstrated his earnest desire for social reformation, the latter. exhorting the common soldiers to dissolve Parliament and call fresh elections. Other noteworthy titles entered in the Stationers' register include an English version of Isaac La Peyrère's Prae-Adamitae, which had been condemned to be burned at Paris and Rome, and the Familist text Mirabilia opera Dei (1656). Without an equivalent to the Papal Index of prohibited books, an English Index expurgatorius, pre-publication censorship appears to have been almost entirely at the licenser's discretion.

Tany, Thomas (DNB00). In addition to broadsheet proclamations (25 April 1650, 8 May 1654, 8 June 1654), Tany published: 1. ‘The Nation's Right in Magna Charta discussed with the Thing called Parliament’, 4to, dated 1 Jan. 1651. 2. ‘Theavrav John his Aurora,’ 1651, 4to (introductory epistle by Robert Norwood; see Simpson, Sidrach). 3. ‘Theavravjohn his Theous-Ori Apokolipikal,’ 1651, 4to (contains a reply to Basset Jones ); second part, 1650, 4to. 4. ‘Theaurauiohn High Priest to the Jewes, his Disputive Challenge to the Universities’, 8vo.

Tany next published two tracts: "Whereas TheaurauJohn Taiiiiijour My servant" (15 November 1650) and "THE NATIONS RIGHT in Magna Charta" (28 December 1650). His next offering, "Aurora in Tranlagorum in Salem Gloria", seems to have been written on three consecutive days in late December 1650.