A Warning-piece for English Protestants, on occasion of the present more than ordinary growth of popery. [electronic resource] : Containing, A true history of the Massacres of Ireland, Piedmont and France. The speech of Pope Sixtus Quintus, on the death of Henry III. K. of France, who was murdered by a dominican frier. Some of the most remarkable passages of Queen Mary's Reign. The late unjust and barbarous proceedings against the Protestants of thorn, in Poland. Some farther instances of Popish cruelty. With an answer to one of the most common arguments used by Popish priests to pervent Protestants. Together with a preface by way of answer to that part of the compendium, which reflects on the Bishop of Lincoln's Book, concerning the Pope's Deposing Power.
- London : Sold by Rich. Montagu, at the Book-Warehouse, the corner of Great Queen-street, near Drury-lane, and by the booksellers in town and country, [1740?]
,86,p. ; 12⁰.
- Eighteenth century collections online. Part 2: New editions
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