|Author:||England and Wales. Sovereign (1603-1625 : James I)|
|Title:||A proclamation published vnder the name of Iames King of Great Britanny. With a briefe & moderate answere therunto. Whereto are added the penall statutes, made in the same kingdome, against Catholikes. Togeather with a letter which sheweth the said Catholikes piety: and diuers aduertisements also, for better vndersatnding of the whole matter. Translated out of Latin into English.|
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2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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A proclamation published vnder the name of Iames King of Great Britanny. With a briefe & moderate answere therunto. Whereto are added the penall statutes, made in the same kingdome, against Catholikes. Togeather with a letter which sheweth the said Catholikes piety: and diuers aduertisements also, for better vndersatnding of the whole matter. Translated out of Latin into English.
England and Wales. Sovereign (1603-1625 : James I), James, 1566-1625., Cresswell, Joseph, 1556-1623,, Walpole, Michael, 1570-1624?,
[Saint-Omer: English College Press], Imprinted with licence. M.DCXI. [1511, i.e. 1611]
|Alternate titles:||Proclamations. 1610-06-02 Proclamations. 1610-06-02. Proclamation published under the name of James King of Great Britanny.|
Imprint and corrected publication date from STC.
James's proclamation of 2 June 1610 (his political response to the murder of Henry IV of France), with answer to the same that is usually attributed to J. Cresswell, but it is more likely by M. Walpole--Cf. STC.
Includes table of contents at end.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Great Britain -- Church history -- 17th century.
Great Britain -- History -- James I, 1603-1625 -- Early works to 1800.
THE PROCLAMATION. By the King.
A LETTER OF A GENTLE VVOMAN OF QVALITY, residing on this side the seas, written to her Husband in England, exhorting him to constancie in the persecution.
AN ADVERTISMENT TO THE READER, FOR THE BETTER vnderstanding of the former Proclamation, and Answere.
The Lawes of Queene Elizabeth confirmed in this Parlament, are these that follow.
The rest of the Lawes against Catholikes.
THE EXECVTION OF THE FORMER LAVVES.
A COVNTER-COMMAVND CONTEYNING CERTAIN LAVVES, AND HEAVENLY INSTRVCTIONS, opposite to the former: by which, if they be well vnderstood, the other be disanulled, and loose their force.
THE PRINTER to the Reader.
The Letter sayth thus.
THE PRINCIPALL HEADS contayned in this Booke.