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Author: One of her late sons.
Title: The converted fryar, or, A defiance to the Church of Rome as it was acted in the pallace-yard at Westminster on Saturday the 8th of this instant March 1672 / by one of her late sons an eminent Capuchin, who being happily converted to the Protestant religion did then, and there publickly burn his beads, crucifixes, Agnus Dei's, rosary, mass-book, cowl, habit, and other papist knacks, in detestation of their ridiculous idolatries ; published for general information by W.P. Philoprotest.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The converted fryar, or, A defiance to the Church of Rome as it was acted in the pallace-yard at Westminster on Saturday the 8th of this instant March 1672 / by one of her late sons an eminent Capuchin, who being happily converted to the Protestant religion did then, and there publickly burn his beads, crucifixes, Agnus Dei's, rosary, mass-book, cowl, habit, and other papist knacks, in detestation of their ridiculous idolatries ; published for general information by W.P. Philoprotest.
One of her late sons.

London: Printed for H.B., 1673.
Notes:
Reproduction of original in Bodleian Library.
Subject terms:
Catholic Church -- England.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A54110.0001.001

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THE CONVERTED FRYAR; Or a Defiance to the Church of Rome, As it was acted by an Eminent CAPUCHIN, Who being happily Converted to the Protestant Religion, &c.