2 edition of Catholick-cause found in the catalog.
Catholic Church. Pope (1585-1590: Sixtus V)
1678 in London .
Written in English
|Other titles||The horrid practice of murdering kings justified, and commended by the Pope [i.e. Sixtus V] in a speech [September 2, 1589] to his cardinals, upon the barbarous assassination of Henry the third of France ...|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p.p. 23 : 4to|
|Number of Pages||23|
[Introduction to the English Translation] Composed first in Spanish by Bartholomew de las Casas, a Bishop there, and Eye-Witness of most of these Barbarous Cruelties; afterward Translated by him into Latin, then by other hands, into High-Dutch, Low-Dutch, French, and now Taught to . But although a portion of this disadvantage belongs to every instance of a weak defence; yet, in the circumstances of these states, and considering the encouragement to literature, we need be under no apprehension of an advantage to the Roman Catholick cause, from a prevalence of general ignorance in Protestant communions. The book gives us certain statements which are found nowhere else, in consequence of which it has three times, in modern days, had the distinction of a reprint Two of the editors raised the question of the identity of the writer, whom they could not place. Both of them went wrong because of a simple bit of forgetfulness which also troubled. In the latter end of the third Chapter of this Book, I have already written something concerning Natural and Artificial Wealth, and therein shewed how much Art doth add to Nature; but it is yet needful to handle these particulars apart, that so we may the better discern their severall operations in a Common-wealth.
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A paraphrase upon justice, or, The powerful operation of gold: with some resentments against the proceedings of the Catholick cause. Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a>, bgn. The Catholick cause, or, The horrid practice of murdering kings, justified, and commended by the Pope: in a speech to his cardinals, upon the barbarous assassination of Henry the Third of France, who was stabb'd by Jaques Clement, a Dominican Fryar: the true copy of which speech, both in Latin, and also faithfully rendred into English, you have in the following pages.
The Catholick Cause or the horrid practice of murdering Kings justified. The History of England The first book Declaring the state of the isle.
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book. Get this book in print. Account Affair agreed Answer appear appointed attended Authority believe Bill brought carried Catholick Cause Chancellor Chancery Charge Charles Church City committed Committee Commons Consideration continued Council County Court Crimes Crown Death delivered desired died directed Duke Duty Earl Edward Effects.
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by Edward Stillingfleet () London, Edition. HAIL & FIRE REPRINTS And for his Catholick-cause book and Children, whereas he said that for the Catholick Cause he was content to neglect the Ruin of himself, his Wife, his Estate, and all; he should have his desire as it is in the Psalm, Let his Wife be a Widow, and his Children Vagabonds, let his Posterity be destroyed, and in the next Generation let his Name be quite put out.
The Kings Book. Written by James I it was the Government's Official Account. of the Gunpowder Plot and its Discovery. Although it is biased in favor of the government it was the account which shaped public reaction and future acts of thanksgiving and celebration.
Cam. 14 A COMMONPLACE BOOK With one of a different religion dangerous: for hence Gregory the 15th is so bold as to count Prince Charles a favourer of the Catholick cause, as he terms it, and of the Roman jpraelacie, because he sought in marriage a daughter of* Spain.
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The Catholick cause, or, The horrid practice of murdering kings, justified, and commended by the Pope [microform]: in a speech to his cardinals, upon the barbarous assassination of Henry the Third of France, who was stabb'd by Jaques Clement, a Dominican Fryar: the true copy of which speech, both in Latin, and also faithfully rendred into English, you have in the following pages.
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and to advance the Catholick Cause take the Sacrament upon it, and yet think because tis for so good an end (as they conceive) therefore they may commit any wickedness.
It is certain God needs not the Devil to help his Cause. Ireland invaded by the Spaniard in 43 Eliz. under pretence of maintaining the Catholick Cause. Jury, no Member to be put upon a Jury. Justices of Peace wittily described and reflected upon, on occasion of a Bill against common swearing, wherein the penalty was to be inflicted by the.
November 2nd - 5th Munday, November, 2d. A Bill against Ale-Houses, &c. Munday, November, House sate, and an Act was Read against Excess in Inns, Victualling Houses, and Ale-Houses: By the preclose of which, every Ale-House-Keeper, or Inn-Keeper, was required to Observe certain Rules, or to Forfeit five Pound.
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King and Country, when occasion of the Catholick cause should serue to show your valour in the open field"20 Ultimately, what lay back of Burton's fears. Certainly the Ibid., p. Burton, The Baiting of the Popes Bull (London, ). Pope Urban VIII, Dilectis filijs Catholicis Angliae, in. Letter Book of Florence Mac Carthy Reagh, Tanist of Carbery, Mac Carthy Mór Preface.
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It is reprinted in the Miscellanea Antiqua Anglicana. Upon a motion made by Mr. Norton in the House of Commons on February 4th, /81, stating that this book was "done and procured" by Mr. Arthur Hall, a member of that.
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Thomas Winter only desired, that he might be hanged both for his Brother and himself. Guy Fawkes being asked, Why he pleaded Not Guilty. Full text of "The Harleian miscellany: or, A collection of scarce, curious, and entertaining pamphlets and tracts, as well in manuscript as in print, found in the late Earl of Oxford's library, interspersed with historical, political, and critical notes" See other formats.Whether a book is still in copyright varies from country to country, for the Catholick Cause may sufser much in the Opinion of the World, when all their Arguments are confuted: All then that they can design by such Arguments, is to impose upon the Weak and Ignorant, when Learned Men are out of the way, which is no very commendable design .An illustration of an open book.
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