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By the King. A proclamation. Charles R. Whereas our loyal subjects the lords spiritual and temporal, and Commons in the present Parliament assembled, have by their humble petition represented to us their fears and apprehensions of the growth and increase of the popish religion in these our dominions, together with the causes thereof, and also such remedies as they conceive may be proper to prevent such growing mischiefs.
Imprint 1671Request from another library (InterLibrary Loan)
Planes apokalypsis. Popery manifested, or, the Papist incognito made known by way of dialogue betwixt a Papist priest, Protestant gentleman, and Presbyterian divine. In two parts. Intended for the good of those that shall read it by L. B. P.
by Beaulieu, Luke, 1644 or 5-1723.Request from another library (InterLibrary Loan)
The petition apologeticall of lay papists calling themselues the lay Catholikes of England, presented, as is sayd, to his Maiestie, vvherein presumptuously they demaund a toleration of their popish and antichristian religion, and offer proofes of their loyalty, and pledges [...]
by Sutcliffe, Matthew, 1550?-1629.Request from another library (InterLibrary Loan)
Apologia pro iuramento fidelitatis, primùm quidem anōnymos: nunc verò ab ipso auctore, serenissimo ac potentiss. principe, Iacobo Dei gratiâ magnæ Britanniæ, Franciæ & Hiberniæ Rege, fidei defensore denuò edita. Cui præmissa est præfatio monitoria sacratiss. Cæsari Rodolpho II. semper augusto, cæterisq[ue] Christiani orbis sereniss. ac potentiss. monarchis ac regibus: illustris. celsissimísque liberis principibus, rebuspublicis [sic] atq[ue] ordinibus inscripta, eodem auctore
by James I, King of England, 1566-1625.Request from another library (InterLibrary Loan)
A letter directed to Master Bridgeman, the fourth of January, and a letter inclosed in it, to one Master Anderton, were the 12. of January read, and ordered to be entred. To the worshipfull, and my much honoured friend Orlando Bridgeman Esquire, and a burgesse of the Parliament, at his chamber, at the Inner-Temple, these present..
by R. E.Request from another library (InterLibrary Loan)
An antidote against Romes infection: received by the reformed churches beyond the seas, approved by them, and commended to the Church of England: consisting of uniformitie and conformitie in church-government, and the necessity of abolishing some ceremonies lately commanded by the episcopall power, which are rather prejudiciall then materiall to Gods true worship. Also a view of the pious and religious care of the citizens of this citie; who have by all means laboured the extirpation of the causes which have so long troubled the church and common-wealth. Brought over by Philadelphus, and delivered by him to Philalethes, in a discourse; and by him published for the publike benefit.
by Philadelphus.Request from another library (InterLibrary Loan)
His Majesties proclamation, declaring his expresse command, that no popish recusant, nor any other, who shall refuse to take the two Oathes of Allegiance and Supremacy, shall serve him in his army and that the souldiery commit no rapines upon the people, but be fitly provided of necessaries for their money.
Imprint 1642Request from another library (InterLibrary Loan)
The honesty and true zeal of the Kings witnesses justified and vindicated against those unchristian-like equivocal protestations of Dr. Oliver Plunkett, asserting in his last speech his own innocency; being as great damnation to his soul, as any of his former trayterous and hellish practices against his King and countrey, as breathing them upon the point of death, without any time of repenting the enormity of them with true contrition. /
by Weyer, Florence.Request from another library (InterLibrary Loan)
The substance of the information of Richard Perkin of Shutborrow, in the county of Stafford; taken upon oath at Stafford Assizes 1679. by Sir Robert Atkyns Knight, then one of the judges for that circuit.
by Perkin, Richard, 17th cent.Request from another library (InterLibrary Loan)
The censure of a loyall subiect vpon certaine noted speach and behauiours, of those fourteene notable traitors, at the place of their executions, the xx. and xxi. of September last past. Wherein is handled matter of necessarye instruction for all dutifull subiectes: especially, the multitude of ignorant people.
by Whetstone, George, 1544?-1587?Request from another library (InterLibrary Loan)