The hunting of the Romish fox, and the quenching of sectarian fire-brands :
being a specimen of popery & separation. Collected by the Honourable Sir James Ware Knight, out of the memorials of eminent men both in church and state, viz. A.B. Cranmer, A.B. Parker, A.B. Abbot, A.B. Laud, A.B. Usher, Sir Henry Sidney, Lord Cecil, and others. And now published for the publick good, by Robert Ware Gent.
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Dublin : printed by J. Ray, for Will. Norman, bookbinder to His Grace James Duke of Ormond, 1683.
Compiler's dedication signed: Robert Ware.
Includes several letters of George Gage, fl. 1614-1640, a Catholic political agent.
The first leaf is blank.
Leaf R5r bears errata; R5v-R6r bear "An advertisement, with the approbation of several persons of learning and quality"; R6v is blank.
Physical description: , 248,  p., plates : ill. ; small and 8vo.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-Rom, 1996), W849