Anti Catholicism England Humour Early Works To 1800 : Room for miracles;, or, Miracles from Room : a cart-load for a penny. : Pleasantly yet truely exposing the wonderful fopperies imposed by the popish church, to be believed by her Catholick children. : To which is added a lump of holy reliques, worth no body knows what, as a cast into the bargain.
Anti Catholicism England Sermons : Loyalty protesting against popery, and phanaticism popishly affected : being a sermon preached on the fifth of November, 1682 at St. Olave's Hartstreet, London / by William Wray ...; Wray, William,
Anti Catholicism England Sermons Early Works To 1800 : A letter sent to a friend containing some reflections upon a late book intituled, The Roman church vindicated, and M.S. convicted of a false witnesse against her : Wherein is declar'd, that the Pope may excommunicate and depose Kings according to the judgement of their greatest doctors, decrees and practices of several Popes, and Canons of their most approved councils; and the author convicted of most notorious falsities, &c. By J.S. B.D.; Stopford, Joshua,
Anti Catholicism Great Britain Poetry : Predictions of the overthrow of popery, and the landing of the Prince of Orange in the west / written by George Wither Esquire, in the year 1660 ; and some proposals for perpetual Parliament written by the same author in 1652.; Wither, George,
Anti Catholicism Ireland 17th Century : The humble declaration and petition of the Lords spirituall and temporall and Commons in Parliament assembled in Ireland : to the Kings most excellent majesty, and the Parliament of England now assembled, 1642, for putting the laws in execution against papists and recusants.; Ireland.
Anti Catholicism Ireland Sermons : A sermon preached in the Cathedrall Church of St. Patrick's Dublin, on the 5th of November, 1690 : before the Right Honourable the Lords Justices of Ireland / by John Finglas ...; Finglas, John,
Anti Catholicism Quaker Authors : Propositions to the pope for the proving of his power of remitting sins, and other doctrines of his church as principles destroying souls in darkness and undeterminable death : to Fabius Guisius, pope, at his pallace in Monte Cavallo in Roma.; J. P.