King Charles I. No such saint, martyr or good Protestant as commonly reputed; but a favourer of Papists, and a cruel and oppressive tyrant.
All plainly proved from undeniable matters of fact. To which are added Dr. Burnet's (now Bishop of Salisbury) and other reasons, against the keeping up any longer the observation of a fast on the 30th of January. As also short answers to these three questions. I. What is the occasion of the clergies pride and lording it over the laity? II. Why they, and many of the laity, cry up this king for a saint, martyr? &c. III. What is the true reason that the generality of the clergy, and many of the laity, both lawyers and others, are constant advocates for kings (tho never so wicked) and sacrificers of the people?
|Main Creator:||D. J.|
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London : [s.n.], printed in the 10th year of our redemption from popery and slavery. 1698.
Signed at end: D.J.
Half-title reads: King Charles I. No such saint or martyr as commonly reputed, &c.
Physical description: , 28 p. ; 4⁰.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), J7
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