3 edition of A collection of papers against popery and arbitrary government found in the catalog.
A collection of papers against popery and arbitrary government
by Printed at Amsterdam, and sold by J. Robinson in London in [Amsterdam]
Written in English
|Statement||written by G. Burnet|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1522:7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||49 p. in various pagings|
|Number of Pages||49|
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Get this from a library. A collection of papers against popery and arbitrary government. [Gilbert Burnet]. OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (49 pages in various pagings.) Contents: A letter, containing some remarks on the two papers, writ by His late Majesty King Charles the Second, concerning religion --Reasons against the repealing the acts of Parliament concerning the test --Some reflections on His Majesty's Proclamation --By the King, a proclamation --A letter, containing.
A Catalogue of the Collection of Tracts for and Against Popery: (published in Or about the Reign of James II.) in the Manchester Library Founded by Humphrey Chetham, in which is Incorporated, with Large Additions and Bibliographical Notes, the Whole of Peck's List of the Tracts in that Controversy, with His References.
To which are Added a Tabular Index to the Tracts in Both Editions of Gibson. This anonymous political tract denounces the growing influence of both France and Catholicism at the English court, and by extension in the English government.
We now know that it was written by Andrew Marvell (–). To address the lurking threat of political and spiritual tyranny, Marvell. Other articles where An Account of the Growth of Popery, and Arbitrary Government in England is discussed: English literature: Literary reactions to the political climate: monarchy’s attraction to absolutism in An Account of the Growth of Popery, and Arbitrary Government in England () that a reward of £ was offered for revealing its author’s identity.
An account of the growth of popery and arbitrary government in England more particularly from the long prorogation of Novemberending the 15th of Februarytill the last meeting of Parliament the 16th of July Pages: Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features.
This data is provided as an additional tool in helping to insure edition identification: ++++ Seven papers viz. the grounds and reasons of the laws against Popery Anon. 42 p. London: Printed, and are to be sold by R. Baldwin, First published: 13 Dec, Burnet, Gilbert, A collection of papers against popery and arbitrary government written by G.
Burnet. ([Amsterdam]: Printed at Amsterdam, and sold by J. Robinson in London, MDCLXXXIX ) (HTML at EEBO TCP). Chiefly Force's personal papers and papers he collected for his nine-volume American Archives pertaining to political, military, scientific, and social aspects of eighteenth and nineteenth century America.
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NASA Images Solar System Collection Ames Research Center. Brooklyn Museum. Hand-book for the study and discussion of popery: with special reference to its political relations Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This : An Act to prevent the further Growth of Popery (commonly known as the Popery Act or the Gavelkind Act.) was an Act of the Parliament of Ireland passed in and amended inone of a series of Penal Laws against Roman law enforced Irish farm subdivision as a rule of inheritance.
Although the law established a different inheritance rule for Roman Catholics, compared to Citation: 2 Ann c NASA Images Solar System Collection Ames Research Center. Brooklyn Museum. Full text of "A Catalogue of the Collection of Tracts for and Against Popery (published in.
65 In addition to the pamphlets cited in the notes above, see also The present state of England in relation to popery, manifesting the absolute impossibility of introducing popery and arbitrary government into this kingdom (London, ; Wing S), reprinted without a preface as Salus Britannica: or, the safety of the Protestant religion, against all the present apprehensions of popery fully Cited by: 3.
BOOK REVIEWS Absolute Liberty: A Selection from the Articles and Papers oj Caroline Robbins. Edited by Barbara Taft. (Haniden, Connecti-cut: Archon Books, Pp. xii, Foreword, preface, notes, bibliography, index.
$) Absolute Liberty is a selection of Caroline Robbins's articles, pub- lished over a thirty-year period, whose focus is the two-way trans- mission of liberal political Author: Mary D. Abu-Shumays. Catholicism was bloody, tyrannical, enslaving, and cant phrases rolled pat from tongue and pen—popery and arbitrary government, popery and wooden shoes.
The tradition was universal, as integral a part of the nation’s self-awareness as beer and roast-beef, and equally above reason. This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc.
that were either part of the original artifact,Author: John Rogers. THE CONTENTS. NUmber I. A View of the Romish Church, in her Heads, Theology, Canons, Miracles, and Saints; taken chiefly from her own Writers and Champions, Page 1; Number II.
An Idea of the French Government. The Spirit of Popery, how terrible to Protestants, 9 Number III. Further Observations upon the French Government. The Excellence of our own, confessed by French Writers, Left: From the title page of the Hollis edition of John Locke's Two Treatises of Government London, ; reprinted 6th time London: A Millar et al., ).
The text is in Hollis' standard classical format - simple capital letters to replicate the look of a Roman inscription. The motto reads: "Salus Populi Suprema Lex Esto", a Latin phrase meaning "Let the welfare of the people be the supreme.
Penn, William, -- Seasonable caveat against popery. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader term: Penn, William, ; Filed under: Penn, William, -- Seasonable caveat against popery The arguments of the Quakers, more particularly, of George Whitehead, William Penn, Robert Barclay, John Gratton, George Fox, Humphry Norton, and my own .A collection of folio pamphlets concerning the Popish plot and exclusion crisis, as follows: Popish Damnable Plot against our religion and liberties fairly laid open and discovered in the Breviats of threescore and four letters and papers of intelligence past.He was also a steady Republican who wrote an Account of the Growth of Popery and Arbitrary Government in England anonymously in Algernon Sidney () (WFC Collection) Hampden-Sidney College in Virginia is named after two great Whigs of the 17th century, John Hampden and Algernon Sidney.