A Criticism of the New Model Army's Actions Against Parliament in 1648 Geree, John [1601?-1649]. Katadynastes, Might Overcoming Right, Or a Cleer Answer to M. John Goodwin's Might and Right Well Met. Wherein is Cleared, That the Action of the Army in Secluding Many Parliament Men from the Place of Their Discharge of Trust, And the Imprisoning of Some of Them, Is Neither Defensible by the Rules of Solid Reason, Nor Religion. By John Geree M.A. And Pastour of Faith's Under Pauls in London. Published by Authority. London: Printed for Robert Bostock, 1649. [vi], 41,  pp. First word of title in Greek letters. Quarto (7" x 5-1/4"). Disbound stab-stitched pamphlet. Light soiling to exterior, moderate toning, finger smudges and light foxing to a few leaves, early signature to head of title page, early annotation to its verso, and headlines of several leaves affected by trimming, loss to legibility of final lines of six leaves from trimming, short tear to final leaf with minor loss to text. $250. * Only edition. Geree rejects Goodwin's endorsement of the New Model Army's actions after its purge of Parliament's moderate members on December 6, 1648 in his pamphlet Right and Might Well Mett (1649). English Short-Title Catalogue R18662.
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