Catholics Civil Rights Scotland Early Works To 1800 : By the King, a proclamation. James R. James the Seventh, by the grace of God, King of Scotland, England, France and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, &c. : To all and sundry our good subjects, whom these presents do or may concern, greeting: we having taken into our royal consideration the many and great inconveniences which have happened to that our ancient kingdom of Scotland of late years, through the differrent perswasions in the Christian religion, and the great heats and animosities among the several professors thereof, to the ruine and decay of trade, wasting of lands, extinguishing of charity, contempt of royal power, and converting of true religion and fear of God into animosities, names, factions, and sometimes into sacriledge and treason.; England and Wales.
Catholics Education : The Important and interesting debate, on the claim of the Catholics to a portion of the common school fund [electronic resource] : with the arguments of counsel, before the Board of Aldermen of the City of New York, on Thursday and Friday, the 29th and 30th of October, 1840 / specially reported by R. Sutton.
Catholics Education Higher Ireland Dublin : Remarks on some statements attributed to Thomas Wyse, Esq., M.P., in his speech in Parliament on academical education in Ireland, July 19th, 1844 [electronic resource] / by James Henthorn Todd.; Todd, James Henthorn,
Catholics Education Ireland : A plain man's fifty reasons for preferring the system of the National Board to other systems of general education in Ireland [electronic resource].
Catholics England Dorset Early Works To 1800 : A worthie speech spoken in the Honourable House of Commons Ianuarie the XVIJ. MDCXLJ. / By Mr. John Browne Esquire, and knight of the shire for the county of Dorset. Wherein he explains and layes open to the said House, the manifold eminent dangers which are like to fall upon that county, by reason of Digbies escape, and assistance which is to be feared will joyn with him in his intentions, by reason divers and the most part of Sherborn, Evill, Brunswick, and other towns of which he is lord over, for the most part consists of papists, recusants and other of his confederates. With the relation of divers of the recusants houses that bee furnished with store of ammunition for a sudden service.; Browne, John,
Catholics England Lancashire : To the Kings Most Excellent Majestie, : the humble petition of vs the inhabitants of Lancashire, whose names are hereunder written, in the behalfe of our selves and divers others, being recusants ...
Catholics English Early Works To 1800 : Fryer Iohn Frauncis of Nigeon in Fraunce : A replication to that lewde aunswere, which Fryer Iohn Frauncis (of the Minimes order in Nigeon nigh vnto Paris in Fraunce) hath made to a letter, that his mother caused to be written, and sent to him out of England, in August. 1585. Wherevnto is annexed an aunswere, to that which the same fryer hath written to his father and mother: in defence, and to the prayse of that religion, which he dooth nowe professe: and to the disprayse and defacing of that religion, which is nowe professed in Englande. Whereof the fryer himselfe was a scholler and professor, vntill the yeere 1583. which was the 18. yeere of hys age. VVritten by Robert Crowley. Anno. 1586.; Crowley, Robert,