3 edition of The Catholick ballad, or, An invitation to popery found in the catalog.
The Catholick ballad, or, An invitation to popery
|Other titles||Catholick ballad, Invitation to popery|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1621:26.|
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Life Of Johnson, Vol. 2 by Boswell, Edited by Birkbeck Hill Part 2 out of homepage; Index of Life Of Johnson, Vol. 2; Previous part (1) Next part (3) found, at an elegant villa, six miles from town, every circumstance that can make society pleasing. Johnson, though quite at home, was yet looked. When the subject first darted into my mind, I own, I was not thinking of Baptism, but of the evidences of Christianity. was 1 entering on that argument, which is taken from its rapid progress, and the multitude of its professors and I was the more struck with it by ol.'serving that the lirst ecclesiastical historian, Luke, in the book of Acts.
To pass over an allusion to Milton's prose writings in vol. XVI, p. ; he twice mentions "Paradise Lost" with commendation; vol. V, p. , and vol. XI, p. ; but, what is still more to the purpose, in the late excellent edition of Milton's "Poetical Works," by the Rev. H. J. Todd, vol. II, p. , a note is given from the margin of Swift's. There are interesting corrections made to the Amherst Julian of Norwich Showing of Love text but not elsewhere to the other texts in that manuscript that are in a more squarish hand than that of the scribe. Given that the Amherst Showing of Love text itself stresses that it is being written in '' during Julian's lifetime, it is just within the realm of possibility that we have her here.
From Paradise Lost Book I by John Milton, published , written c The first image, and in some sense the origin of all that follow, is the passage towards the end of Book 1 of Milton's Paradise Lost describing the fallen angels setting to work to mine, smelt, forge and mould the metals in the soil of hell. NINETEEN CENTURIES OF DRINK. IN. ENGLAND. CHAPTEE I. ROMAN PERIOD. Little is known of the manners and customs of our island inhabitants before the Saxon period ; hence, there can be no wonder that all is obscure before the Eoman invasion. For the hints that have come to light we are indebted to such foreign historians as wrote in the cen-.
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The Catholick ballad, or, An invitation to popery: upon considerable grounds and reasons: to the tune of ' Get this from a library. The Catholick ballad, or, An invitation to popery: upon considerable grounds and reasons.
[Walter Pope]. Catholic Church -- Poetry. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Catholic Church; Poetry; Narrower terms: Catholic Church -- Poetry -- Early works to. "The Catholick Ballad." An Invitation to Popery upon considerable Grounds and Reasons. By Walter Pope, M.A.
(a well-known physician and astronomer). Wood, f. prints this ballad with music which is called " the tune of 88," but which bears no resemblance to the Plavford jog On tune, also called " the tune of " I (Sung also to.
Stillingﬂeet, a well-known preacher, theologian, and apologist for the Church of England, published A Discourse concerning the Idolatry Prac- tised in the Church of Rome and the Danger of Salvation in the Com-Author: Nancy Bradley Warren.
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Naked popery, or, The naked falshood The Catholick ballad a book called The Catholick naked truth, or, The Puritan convert to apostolical Christianity, written by W.H. opening their fundamental errour of unwritten tradition, and their unjust description of the Puritans, the prelatical Protestant, and the papist, and their differences, and better acquainting the.
Full text of "Catalogue of Miscellaneous Literature in the Library" See other formats. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. The real Quaker a real Protestant, and the spirit of popery directly struck at in answer to a most malicious and scandalous book, entituled, The papists younger brother, by a disguised author under the titles Misoplanes and Philalethes, but on the contrary proved Philoplanes, Misalethes / by a servant of Christ, G.
Whitehead. Ballad printers were not always conscientious in doing either, and were often untruthful about entry statements. Francis Grove last entered a ballad in the Stationers' Register on May, 29,(ZN) but published many subsequently with the statement 'Licensed and Entered according to Order.'.
Broadside Ballad Index Contents Listing of Most 16th and 17th Century Broadside Ballad Collections, with a Few Ballads and Garlands of the 18th Century.
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1 The quotation is from William Penn and the slogan appears to have been his invention, although others subsequently adopted it: see [William Penn], The Great and Popular Objection against the Repeal of the Penal Laws & Tests Briefly Stated and Consider’d (London, ), 6, 8, 10, 22; Scott Sowerby, ‘Of Different Complexions: Religious Diversity and National Cited by: 1.
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London and the Restoration, – A True Account of the Invitation and Entertainment of the D. of Y. at Merchant-Taylors-Hall, by the Artillery-Men, on Tuesday October 21st.
His Account of the Growth of Popery, and Arbitrary Cited by: 9. A Key to Pasquin, address'd to Henry Fielding Esqre. Mr Pasquin's own advertisements for his little theatre are not without the zest with which our beef-eating ancestors attacked politics, social abuses and one another. The announcement for March 5, ran as follows: "By the Great Mogul's Company of English Comedians, Newly Imported.
At the New. Journal of a Lady of Quality; Being the Narrative of a Journey from Scotland to the West Indies, North Carolina, and Portugal, in the Years to By Janet Schaw, ca.
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The subject of our discourse is not self-evident. In response to my inquiry, David Loades commented that 'John Foxe' 'is really a code term for the whole corpus of his work,' and, judging from the Foxe colloquia and collections, includes the derivative Books of Martyrs which Patrick Collinson appears to have dubbed 'Continuing Foxe'.
Collinson's related term, 'Foxe-in-action'. , A warning to all Trayterous by continual practise, and especialie by this late & horrible treason, in which they sought the ouerthrow of gods true religion, the bloud of their annoynted, and destruction of the whole Realme: From the which, God for his Christs sake preserue and keepe to his glorie; and the confusion of all bloudy, butcherly, and trayterous.
Other than Locke’s Second Treatise, Shaftesbury’s Characteristicks of Men, Manners, Opinions, Times, first published inwas the most reprinted book in English in that century.
A three-volume work, the Characteristicks was influential not only in England but throughout Europe.The third may be described as a commonplace book, for the most part written during the first years of his practice at the bar and his early married life, but it also contains some notes of travel in Fife, the Lothians, and the Merse in continuation of those in Ms.
H., and a list of the books which he bought and their prices, brought down to.The CATHOLICK BALLAD: Or, An Invitation to Popery, upon Considerable Grounds and Reafons. Tb the Tune of Mighty Eight, li ipppSilli SlCce Popyry of late is fo much in Debate, And great ftrivings have been toreftore it, I cannot forbear only to declare, That the Ballad-makers are for it.
We'll difpute it no more, thefe Heretical Men.