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treacheries, and wicked principles of that Popery which hath disturb’d this nation above an hundred and fifty years; fill'd it with fears and jealousies, and deserves the hatred of all good Christians. The other laying open that Popery which the Papists own and profess; with the chief articles of their faith, and some of the principal grounds and reasons, which hold them in that religion. By J. L. [John GoTHER..] To which is annexed, Roman Catholick principles, in reference to God and the King. Printed Anno Domini, 1685. Quarto. Pp. 6. b. t. 63.” The initials, J. L., probably stand for Joannes Lisboensis, Gother having studied in the English College at Lisboe, and been there, ordained a Catholic priest. See Jones' Peck, i. 102. Part II. of the above work will be found under The CATHOLIC representer, &c.; and Part III., under The PAPIst misrepresented, &c.
Collection Cat., p. 100.] A tract bearing the title “Romanists (the) designs detected, and the Jesuits subtill practices discovered and laid open" (London, 1674. Quarto. Pp. 32) has the author's name, Anthony Egan, on the titlepage.
PAPISTS no Catholicks: and Popery no Christianity. [By William LLOYD, D.D.] The second edition much enlarged. London: MDCLXXIX. Quarto. b. t. 55.” [/ones' Peck, p. 181.] The first edition was printed at London in 1677.
PAPISTS not excluded from the throne upon the account of religion. Being a vindication of the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Bangor's Preservative, &c. in that particular. In a short dialogue. [By William FLEETWOOD, D.D.
London: 1717. Octavo. Pp. 29."
PAPISTS protesting against protestantpopery. In answer to a discourse entituled, A papist not mis-represented by protestants. Being a vindication of the Papist mis-represented and represented, and the Reflections upon the Answer. [By John GOTHER..] London, 1686. Quarto. Pp. 38.” [Mend.
ham Collection Cat., p. 132. Jones' Peck, i. IoS.] Ascribed to Lovell. [Watt, Bib. Brit.]
PAPISTS (the) younger brother: or, the vileness of Quakerism, detected: as it hath been printed and published by themselves. And an appendix of the Quakers unsound faith, which is also gathered out of their own printed books. By Misoplanes and Philalethes. [– WASTALL.] London: 1679. Quarto. Pp. 179. b. t. 3. * [Smith, Bib. Anti-Quaker., p. 21.]
PAPPE with an hatchet. Alias, A figge for my God sonne. Or Cracke me this nut. Or A countrie cuffe, that is, a sound boxe of the eare, for the idiot Martin to hold his peace, seeing the patch will take no warning. Written by one that dares call a dog, a dog, and made to preuent Martins dog daies. [By John LYLLY.] N. P. [1589.] Quarto. No pagination.” [Bodl.] Collier, in his Eccl. Hist., ii. 606, ascribes it to Nash.
PAR nobile. Two treatises. The one, concerning the excellent woman, evincing a person fearing the Lord, to be the most excellent person : discoursed more privately upon occasion of the death of the right honourable, the Lady Frances Hobart, late of Norwich, from Pro. 31. 29, 30, 31. The other, discovering a fountain of comfort and satisfaction, to persons walking with God, yet living and dying without sensible consolations: discovered from Psal. 17. 15. at the funerals of the right honourable, the Lady Katharine Courten, preached at Blicklin, in the county of Norfolk, March 27. 1652. With the narratives of the holy lives and deaths of those two noble sisters. By J. C. [John CollingEs] D.D. late minister of the gospel in Norwich. London, 1669. Octavo. Pp. 12. b. t. 303.”
PARALLEL (a) or briefe comparison of the Litvrgie with the Masse-book, the Breviarie, the Ceremoniall, and other Romish ritualls. Wherein is clearly and shortly demonstrated, not onely that the Liturgie is taken for the most part word by word out of these Antichristian writts ; but also that not one of the most abominable passages of the Masse can in reason be refused by any who cordially imbrace the Liturgie as now it stands, and is commented by the prime of our clergie. All made good from the testimonies of the most famous and learned liturgick writers both Romish and English. By
PARALLEL (the); or persecution of protestants the shortest way to prevent the growth of popery in Ireland. [By Daniel DEFoE.] London : 1704. Quarto. [Wilson, Life of Defoe, 46.]
PARAMYTHIA; or, mental pastimes: being original anecdotes, historical, descriptive, humourous, and witty: collected chiefly during a long residence at the Court of Russia, by the author. |. WATSON, engraver to the
mpress of Russia.]
London : 1821. Octavo. Pp. vii. 175.” [Gent. Mag., May 1822, p. 438.]
PARAPHRASE (a) and annotations upon all the Epistles of St. Paul. [Chiefly by Obadiah WALKER, and edited by Dr. John FELL.] Oxford. M. D.C. LXXXIV. Octavo. Io. b. t. 403.”
PARAPHRASE (a) and annotations upon the Epistles of St. Paul. See above.
PARAPHRASE (a) and notes on the Epistle of St. Paul to the Ephesians. [By John LOCKE.]