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The Irish are not to be justified in all that they have done. . to preserve and deliver themselves from the cruelty and usurpa tion of the English. . ’ 8 Such attacks as these on the rich, on manorial lords, and on the Irish war were significant elements in Leveller thinking. , 7. * M ore light shining, 10. 8 /6W, 13-14. 4 The English souldiers standard to repaire to, 1649,9-10. 8 It is just possible that Walwyn was behind these. The queries have his touch. His enemies accused him of justifying the Irish rebellion, Walwins wiles, 1649, 25.
See above, 15 n 2. , 14. * An appeale, 1-2. 23 THE LEVELLER THEORISTS reason are that men should preserve themselves, that necessity is the Highest law, that equity is superior to the letter of law, and that entrusted power, if forfeited, returns to those who had entrusted it. 1 Henceforth, he will hold invalid any order of Parliament. By their tyranny, the Houses have lost their capar city. * To preserve themselves, the people may exercise their inherent sovereignty and depute or create persons for the removal of tyrants^ IT" it be objected, Overton says, that by reason o f the prevailing confusions, such a deputation cannot be formally effected, T answer, that the Body naturall must never be without a mean to save it seife, and therefore by the foresaid permanent unalterable rule of Necessity and safety, any person or persons .
Allen, op. , 485-508. 4 Sir Robert Filmer, Patriarcha and other political writings, ed. P. Laslett, Oxford, 1949, Introduction, 20-33; and see below, Ch. XIV. 28 THE LEVELLER THEORISTS beneficed clergy, it had not yet learned to treat the promise of heaven as a calculated clerical manoeuvre by which men’s attention was diverted from their earthly oppressors. If it declared dogma irrelevant to salva tion, it had not yet diluted the Christian God into an impersonal but beneficent nature. Moreover, it did not yet question that salvation was achieved through the sacrifice of Jesus Christ.
A History of Political Thought in the English Revolution by Perez Zagorin