Anti-Coton, or A refutation of Cottons letter declaratorie: lately directed to the Queene Regent, for the apologizing of the Iesuites doctrine, touching the killing of kings. :
A booke, in which it is proued that the Iesuites are guiltie, and were the authors of the late execrable parricide, committed vpon the person of the French King, Henry the fourth, of happy memorie. To which is added, a supplication of the Vniuersitie of Paris, for the preuenting of the Iesuites opening their schooles among them: in which their king-killing doctrine is also notably discouered, and confuted. Both translated out of the French, by G.H. Together with the translators animaduersions vpon Cottons letter.
|Main Creator:||Du Coignet, Pierre.|
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London : Printed by T[homas] S[nodham] for Richard Boyle, and are to be solde at his shop in the blacke Fryers, 1611.
Dedication signed "P.D.C.". Variously attributed to Pierre Du Coignet, to Jean Dubois-Olivier and to Pierre du Moulin, but more probably by C. de Plaix.
A translation, possibly by George Hakewill, of: Anti-Coton.
A reply to: Coton, Pierre. Lettre declaratoire de la doctrine des pères Jesuites.
Printer's name from STC.
The first leaf is blank, except for signature A on recto.
"The translator to the reader",  p. at end.
Entered 14 September 1610.
G.H. the translator, may be George Hakewill.
Physical description: , 82,  p. ; small and 4to
Citations/References: STC (2nd ed.), 5861
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