Reasons and arguments alledged to satisfie the kingdome :
wherein it is proved to be unfit to trust papists with any power, government or command in the church, state, or wars of England, and the evill consequence thereof, confirmed by severall proofs, with the names of divers seminary priests, friers, and papists, and their pernicions [sic] designes and plots, found out by the high Court of Parliament, and remain in sundry prisons in the cities of London and Westminster, whose names are as followeth. Father Philips, the Queenes confessour, Father Browne a priest, Rivers and Haman two priests, Coleman and Norton two friers, Father Thomas, Father Conner, Father Hall, and Robert Grosse a priest, who was committed to Newgate on Saturday last, for framing a picture in scorn of the Earle of Essex L. Generall. Wherein is shewed the cruelty and inhumane actions of the papists, in torturing and putting to death many hundred Protestants in Ireland and other places.
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London : printed by R.A. and A.C. for T. Bates, Septemb. 21. 1642.
Irish tracts, 17th century.
Physical description: , 6 p. ; small 4to.
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), R478
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