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.
Anti Christs Transformations Within Discovered By The Light Within : Somewhat relating to church-government, : wherein the necessity, usefulness, and blessed effects of the true church-government, is here and there hinted at; and this clearly manifested ... as also remarks upon some passages in a late book, entituled, Anti-christ's transformations within, discovered by the light within ... to which is added, some mis-representations of me concerning church-government, cleared ... / Written in obedience to Him that is true ... by Isaac Penington.; Penington, Isaac,
Anti Clericalism Anecdotes : Dæneids, or The noble labours of the great dean of Notre-Dame in Paris : for the erecting in his quire a throne for his glory, and the eclipsing the pride of an imperious, usurping character, an heroique poem in four canto's, containing a true history, and shews the folly, foppery, luxury, laziness, pride, ambition, and contention of the Romanish clergy.; Crown,