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Author: Preston, Thomas, 1563-1640.
Title: A patterne of Christian loyaltie vvhereby any prudent man may clearely perceive, in what manner the new Oath of Allegiance, and every clause thereof, may in a true, and catholike sense, without danger of perjury, be taken by Roman Catholikes. And all the chiefe objections, which are usually made against the said Oath, either in particular, or in generall, may according to the grounds of Catholike religion bee easily answered. Collected out of authours, who have handled the whole matter more largely. By William Hovvard an English Catholike.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A patterne of Christian loyaltie vvhereby any prudent man may clearely perceive, in what manner the new Oath of Allegiance, and every clause thereof, may in a true, and catholike sense, without danger of perjury, be taken by Roman Catholikes. And all the chiefe objections, which are usually made against the said Oath, either in particular, or in generall, may according to the grounds of Catholike religion bee easily answered. Collected out of authours, who have handled the whole matter more largely. By William Hovvard an English Catholike.
Preston, Thomas, 1563-1640.

London: Printed by R. Badger, 1634.
Notes:
William Howard = Thomas Preston.
A defense of the 1606 Oath of Allegiance, whose use was being renewed at this time. A different text from Preston's 1616 defense.
The first leaf is blank except for signature-mark "A" in a woodcut frame.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Subject terms:
Oath of allegiance, 1606 -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A03751.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE RIGHT HONOVRABLE, THOMAS, Lord HOVVARD, Earle of Arundell and Surrey, Primier Earle, and Earle Marshall of England, Baron HOVVARD, Mowbray, Segrave, Brus of Gower, Fitz-Alan, Clun, Oswaldestre, Maltravers, and Graystocke, Knight of the most Noble Order of the GARTER, and one of his Ma∣jesties most Honourable Privie Councell.
A PREMONITION to the Reader.
ERRATA.
A BRIEFE OF SIX PRINCIPALL HEADS HANDLED IN THIS TREATISE.
THE FORME OF THE new Oath of Allegiance divi∣ded into eight parts or Clauses, as they are explained in this TREATISE.
The first Clause explained.
The second Clause explained.
The Third Clause explained.
The fourth Clause explained.
The fifth Clause explained.
The sixth Clause explained.
The seventh Clause explained.
The eight Clause explained.
The first Observation.
The second Observation.
The third Observation.
The fourth Observation.
The fift and last Observation.
The Conclusion.