magistratic

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magistratic

(ˌmædʒɪˈstrætɪk) or

magistratical

adj
(Law) relating to a magistrate
magistratically adv
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(49) Similarly, when Hanserd Knollys explained that the first vial (Revelation 16: 2) would be poured on all erroneous religious principles, he identified, along with papal practices and worship, "the Doctrine of Magistratical and Ministerial Power coercively to be exercised over the Consciences of men, in Matters of God, his Worship and Government, both Political and Ecclesiastical." (50) Knollys, like Keach, subsumed policies of the English government under the actions of the beast against the saints.