A True, Sincere and Modest Defence of English Catholics that Suffer for Their Faith Both at Home and Abroad: Against a False, Seditious and Slanderous Libel, Entitled: "The Execution of Justice in England." Wherein is Declared how Unjustly the Protestants Do Charge Catholics with Treason; how Untruly They Deny Their Persecution for Religion; and how Deceitfully They Seek to Abuse Strangers about the Cause, Greatness, and Manner of Their Sufferings, with Divers Other Matters Pertaining to this Purpose ...
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