Foxes and firebrands: or, A specimen of the danger and harmony of popery and separation.
Shewing, Romes grand plot to obtain toleration for her religion, and to re-establish popery; by way of petition, by fair entreaties, by proposing of marriages between protestant and romish princes, by separation, rebellion, schisms, sects, by opposing settlements, and uniformity, and contriving the death of King Charles the first, and the evils that followed to introduce popery, and to ruin the protestant religion. The third and last part.
|Main Creator:||Ware, Robert, d. 1696.|
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London : printed for Awnsham Churchill, at the Black-Swan in Ave-Mary-Lane, near Amen-Corner, 1689.
Anonymous. By Robert Ware.
The first two parts are by John Nalson.
With a preliminary advertisement leaf.
Physical description: , 232 p. ; 8⁰.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), W847B
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