The impudence of the Romish vvhore

continued and improved in her shamelesse and barbarous brood of the Jrjsh rebells, calling themselves His Majesties Catholike subjects : discovered by a particular of certaine motives by them divulged, and falsly alledged to be the occasion of their late taking up armes : as also, by their oath of association, and by certain ridiculous and arrogant proposjtjons which they have prepared, with a foolish hope that they shall be condescended unto, by the King and Parliament of England : all which are here exemplified with some briefe notes and observations upon them
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Printed by Robert Austin , [London]
Ireland -- History -- 1625
Statementby a Lover of his countrey
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 236:E.44, no. 13
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[2], 14 p
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15032607M

The impudence of the Romish vvhore: continued and improved in her shamelesse and barbarous brood of the Jrjsh rebells, calling themselves His Majesties Catholike subjects: discovered by a particular of certaine motives by them divulged, and falsly alledged to be the occasion of their late taking up armes: as also, by their oath of association, and by certain ridiculous and arrogant.

Full text of "A select collection of poems; with notes, biographical and historical." See other formats. BOOK IV. To the Right Honourable, LIONEL CRANFIELD, EARL of MIDDLESEX, BARON CRANFIELD OF CRANFIELD, &c.

THE CHVRCH-HISTORY OF BRITAINE.

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BOOK V. SECT. SECT. III. SECTION III. SECTION IV. To the Right Honourable, WILLIAM COMPTON, Sonne and Heire to the Right Honourable, JAMES, Baron COMPTON of COMPTON, AND Earle of NORTHAMPTON.

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VVhy, he is the Noblemans Tutor, the Princes and States fl • et of Pl • te, the Lawyers Littleton, the Major and Aldermens Fur-gown, the Justice's Warrant, the Constable and Bum∣bailies Tip-staffe, the Astronomers Blazing star, the Mathematicians Record or counting table, the Cavaliers Service-book, the Pres∣byterians Directory.

[vol. 2, part 1] with an vniuersall history of the same, wherein is set forth at large the whole race and course of the Church, from the primitiue age to these latter tymes of ours, with the bloudy times, horrible troubles, and great persecutions agaynst the true martyrs of Christ, sought and wrought as well by heathen emperours, as nowe lately.

MOst noble, fair and curteous, to ye all Welcome and thanks we give, that you would call And visit your poor servants, that have been So long and pitiless unheard, unseen.

Welcome, you'l say your money that does do, (Dissembling is a fault) we say so too. And your long absence was no fault of your, But our sad fate to be so long obscure. Jove and the Muses grant, and all good Men, We feel not.

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I Present thee with Wit and Drollery, truly calculated for the Meridian of mirth; the once exalted Scene is at this present level'd, other Poems have come forth in such throngs, that our English world is satiated with them, especially as they have been lately stuffed with reitera­ted Hyperboles, or else other more pitiful whining passions of Love, such as ingenuous persons, cannot have the.

Page 51 THE CHURCH-HISTORY OF BRITAIN, * VI. CENTURIE. IT is wonderfull to see how the Fruits of great Events are vertually comprised in the small Seed of their Causes, * and how a Contemptible Accident may give the Occa∣sion of most Considerable Effects; * as may appeare by the Conversion of the Saxons to Christianity.

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