Arguments against the oath of allegiance, 1630s
Scope and Contents
‘Twenty arguments against the oath of alleadgiance propounded to Mr Preston and other defenders of the said oath in satisfaction of a late bitter provocation published on that subject in the name of Mr Howard by a lay Catholic’. The work referred to appears to be ‘A patterne of Christian loyaltie ...’ by William Howard, London, 1634.
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1 volume(s) (1 volume) : 148 pages.
In the Library by 1856.