The prerogative of popular government : a political discourse in two books; the former containing the first praeliminary of Oceana, inlarged, interpreted, and vindicated; the second concerning ordination against Dr. H. Hamond, Dr. L. Seaman, and the authors they follow : in which two books is contained thehole commonwealth of the Hebrews, as also the different policies introduced into the church of Christ, during the time of the Apostles