[The weekly pacquet of advice from Rome, or, The history of popery : a deduction of the usurpation of the bishops of Rome, and the errors and superstitions by them from time to time brought into the church, in the process of which, the papists' arguments are answered, their fallacies detected, their cruelties registred [sic], their treasons' and seditions' principles observed, and the whole body of papistry anatomized : perform'd by a single sheet, coming out every Friday, but with a continual connexion : to each being added, The popish courant, or, Some occasional joco-serious reflections on Romish fopperies].
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Printed for, and are to be sold by Langley Curtis,
|Notes:||Titles missing in vols. 1, 2, 3, 5; title and imprint from Mansell 95:197. |
McAlpin III, 794; Wing C521; Crane and Kaye 670.
Vol. 1 issued in 31 nos. from Dec. 3, 1678 to July 4, 1679. Vol. 2: 47 nos., July 11, 1679 to May 28, 1680. Vol. 3: 80 nos., June 4, 1680 to Dec. 16, 1681 (nos. 5-25 are renumbered 1-21). Vol. 4: 35 nos., Dec. 23, 1681 to Aug. 18, 1682. Vol. 5: 47 nos., Aug. 25, 1682 to July 13, 1683.
Title varies: Vol. 1, no. 1: A pacquet of advice; no. 2: The weekly pacquet of advice. Vol. 3, no. 1: The new anti-roman pacquet, or, Memoirs of popes and popery. Vol. 4: The hisoty of popery, or, Pacquet of advice from Rome.
To each number is added, The popish courant; also entitled, The courant.
Physical description: v. <1-4> ; 20 cm. (4to)