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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