|Author:||Smith, Samuel, 1620-1698.|
|Title:||An account of the behaviour of the fourteen late popish malefactors whil'st in Newgate and their discourses with the Ordinary ... : also a confutation of their appeals, courage, and cheerfulness at execution / by Samuel Smith ...|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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An account of the behaviour of the fourteen late popish malefactors whil'st in Newgate and their discourses with the Ordinary ... : also a confutation of their appeals, courage, and cheerfulness at execution / by Samuel Smith ...
Smith, Samuel, 1620-1698.
London: Printed for Tho. Parkhurst, Dorman Newman, Tho. Cockeril, and Tho. Simmons, 1679.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Popish Plot, 1678.
Great Britain -- History -- Charles II, 1660-1685.
The Unmasking of the Thirteen Popish Malefactors: AND Their Discourses with the Ordinary, &c.
I. Mr. Staley.
II. Mr. Coleman.
III. Mr. Grove.
IV. Mr. Ireland.
V. Mr. Pickering.
VI. Mr. Green.
VII. Mr. Hill.
VIII. Mr. Berry.
AN ACCOUNT OF THE Five Jesuits, Condemned to be Drawn, Hanged, and Quartered, on Saturday the 14th. of June, 1679. viz. Whitebread, Harcourt, Fen∣wick, Gawen, and Turner.
I. Mr. Harcourt.
II. Mr. Whitebread.
III. Mr. Fenwick.
IV, V. Mr. Gawen and Mr. Turner.
THE False Appealing Jesuits, Silenced and Confuted: OR, A Discovery of their False Courage and Chearfulness at Execution; how differenced from the hidden Man∣na of Real Martyrs.
The Jesuits False-Faith in Dying, Detected to be Fancy and Presumption.
Jesuitical Hopes of Divine Mercy and Salvation, at Death, Detected to be False, and Vain.
Jesuitical Charity Counterfeit in Life and Death.
Jesuitical Courage and Chearfulness in Dying for He∣resie and Treason, how Differenced from the Com∣forts of Real MARTYRS.