A vindication of the sincerity of the protestant religion in the point of obedience to sovereigns: Opposed to the doctrine of rebellion, authorised and practised by the pope and the Jesuites. In answer to a jesuitical libel, entituled Philanax Anglicvs

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Printed for B. Took, 1679 - Religion - 148 pages
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Page 77 - Queen do moft plainly teftify ; but that only prerogative, which we fee to have been given always to all godly Princes in holy...
Page 104 - And also, the nobility, subjects, and people of the said kingdom, and all others which have in any sort sworn unto her, to be for ever absolved from any such oath, and all manner of duty, of dominion, allegiance and obedience: as we also do by the authority of these presents, absolve them, and do deprive the same Elizabeth of her pretended title to the kingdom, and all other things abovesaid.
Page 59 - This was answered in the affirmative, and afterwards the same persons went to Rome, where the same question being propounded and debated, it was concluded by the Pope and his council, that it was both lawful and expedient for the Catholics to promote that alteration of the state.
Page 59 - ... went to Rome, where the same question being propounded and debated, it was concluded by the Pope and his council, that it was both lawful and expedient for the Catholics to promote that alteration of the state. What followed that consultation and sentence, all the world knoweth, and time, the bringer forth of truth, will let us know. But when the horrible parricide committed on the king's sacred person, was so universally cried down as the greatest villainy that had been committed in many ages,...
Page 60 - Paris was demanded a copy, which he had of those papers ; the gentleman, who iiad time to consider and detest the wickedness of that project, refused to give it, and shewed them to a Protestant friend of his, and related to him the whole carriage of this negotiation with great abhorrency of the practices of the jesuits. This intelligence shall be justified whensoever authority will require it. Peter du Moulin' s answer to a Jesuitical libel, entitled Philanax Anglicut, p.
Page 59 - England ; and when he delayed to fulfil his promise, we summoned him, from time to time, to perform it. We came so far as to tell him, that if he would not do it, we should be forced to take those courses which would bring him to his destruction. We have given him lawful warning : and when no warning would serve, we have kept our word to him, since he would not keep his word to us.
Page 16 - Rebellion, nor any thing that difpenfeth fubjeSs from the Oath of their Allegiance^ nor any of our Churches that receive that abominable Doffrine.
Page 64 - Papifts was chiefly guilty of the Murther of that Excellent Prince, the Odium whereof they would now the Jefuitef help fke fmatkH.
Page 140 - When did a Proteftant Minifter thruft his Knife into his Sovereign's Body, as the Monk Janus Clement did to his King Henry the III.

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