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Author: Walsh, Peter, 1618?-1688.
Title: The history & vindication of the loyal formulary, or Irish remonstrance ... received by His Majesty anno 1661 ... in several treatises : with a true account and full discussion of the delusory Irish remonstrance and other papers framed and insisted on by the National Congregation at Dublin, anno 1666, and presented to ... the Duke of Ormond, but rejected by His Grace : to which are added three appendixes, whereof the last contains the Marquess of Ormond ... letter of the second of December, 1650 : in answer to both the declaration and excommunication of the bishops, &c. at Jamestown / the author, Father Peter Walsh ...
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The history & vindication of the loyal formulary, or Irish remonstrance ... received by His Majesty anno 1661 ... in several treatises : with a true account and full discussion of the delusory Irish remonstrance and other papers framed and insisted on by the National Congregation at Dublin, anno 1666, and presented to ... the Duke of Ormond, but rejected by His Grace : to which are added three appendixes, whereof the last contains the Marquess of Ormond ... letter of the second of December, 1650 : in answer to both the declaration and excommunication of the bishops, &c. at Jamestown / the author, Father Peter Walsh ...
Walsh, Peter, 1618?-1688., Ormonde, James Butler, 1610-1688., Rothe, David, 1573-1650.

[London: s.n.], 1673-1674.
Notes:
Place of publication from BM.
"Queries concerning the lawfulnesse of the present cessation and of the censures against all confederates adhering unto it" has special t.p. with imprint: Imprinted at Kilkenny 1648, and reprinted 1673.
"The articles of peace made and concluded by ... James Lord Marquess of Ormond ... with the General Assembly of the Roman-Catholicks" has special t.p. with imprint date: Reprinted 1673.
The first and second appendix each has a special t.p. with imprint date: 1673.
No more published. Cf. BM.
Reproduction of original in Cambridge University Library.
Some pages are faded, stained and have print show-through. The first part of the First treatise, p. 420 and 471 have print faded in filmed copy. Pages 410-475 photographed from Bodleian Library copy and inserted at the end.
Subject terms:
Catholic Church -- Ireland.
Catholics -- Ireland.
Ireland -- History -- 17th century.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A67437.0001.001

Contents
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TO THE CATHOLICKS OF ENGLAND, IRELAND, SCOTLAND, And all other DOMINIONS UNDER His Gracious Majesty CHARLES II.
TO THE READER.
An Abridgment OF CONTENTS IN THE Four Treatises of this Book.
ERRATA.
THE First Treatise. OR THE NARRATIVE Of Matter of FACT, relating to, and in the Dublin Assembly, or General Congregation of the Roman-Catholick Clergy of the Kingdom of Ireland, Convened in the said City the 11th of June, and Dissol∣ved the 24th, 1666.
The INTRODƲCTION.
The First Part OF THE FIRST TREATISE
The ARGUMENT.
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TH SECOND PART OF THE First Treatise.
THE ARGUMENT.
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THE SECOND TREATISE CONTAINING Exceptions against the form or protestation of Allegi∣ance, subscribed and presented the 16. of June, 1666. to His Grace the Duke of Ormonde, Lord Lieutenant General, and General Gover∣nour of Ireland, by such of the Irish Clergie of of the Roman Communion as convened at Dublin the 11th. of the said month and year, and dissolved the 25th. thereof.
THE THIRD TREATISE CONTAINING The three propositions of Sorbon considered, as they are by this Dublin Congregation applyed to His Majestie of Great Britain and themselves; And what they signifie as to any further, or clearer as∣surance of their fidelity to the King in the cases controverted.
THE FOURTH TREATISE, CONTAINING Answers To the reasons presented in writing to His Grace the Twentieth of June, 1666. by Father John Bourk, Vicar General of Cashil, and Father Cornelius Fogarty D. V. I. in behalf of and by Commission from the Congregation. The title of the said wri∣ting or reasons being, The reasons why we the Roman Catholick Clergie signed not the other three propositions. But no hand or Subscription ei∣ther of Secretary, Speaker, or any other, not even of those very Commissioners that delivered it, unto the Paper.
The Fourteen PROPOSITIONS of F. P. W.
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The Supreme Councils Letter to the most Illustri∣ous and Reverend, DAVID, Lord Bishop of Ossory, concerning the Assembling of Divines, and returning his, and their Result on the QƲERIES.
The QUERIES.
ANSWERS Made to the foresaid QUERIES, BY THE Most Reverend Father in GOD, DAVID, Lord Bishop of Ossory, and by the Divines.
The Preface, in form of Letter, directed to the Right Honourable, the Supreme Council.
The First Querie answered.
The Second Querie answered.
The Third Querie answered.
The Fourth Querie answered.
The Fifth Querie answered.
The Sixth Querie answered.
The Seventh and last Querie answered.
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The Preamble to the Oath of Association.
An Oath, in pursuance of the Oath of Association, taken by the LORDS and Gentlemen met at KILKENNY, the 20th of June 1648. and by the Supreme Council directed to be taken by all the CONFEDERATE CATHOLICKS.
The Lord Nuncio's Excommunication, &c. Anno 1648.
The Supreme Councils Appeal from the said Nuncio, &c. Kilken. 1648.
Testatum & probatum Declarationem Cleri non fuisse contra Cessa∣tionem.
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BY THE LORD LIEƲTENANT GENERAL, AND General Governour Of the Kingdom of IRELAND.
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The DECLARATION, intituled thus: A Declaration Of the Archbishops, and other Prelates, and Dignitaries of the Secular, and Regular Clergy of the Kingdom of Ireland, AGAINST The continuance of His MAJESTIES Authority, in the per∣son of the Marquess of ORMOND, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, for the misgovernment of the Subject, the ill Conduct of His MAJESTIES Army, and the violation of the Articles of Peace. Dated at Jamestown, in the Convent of the Fryers Minors, August 12. 1650.
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The Excommunication mentioned in the above Declaration.
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The Marquess of Ormond, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, His Letter to Loghreogh, against the Declaration and Excommunication of James∣town, 1650.
Preamble of the Declaration.
ANSWER.
First Article of the Declaration.
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Second Article of the Declaration.
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Third Article of the Declaration.
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Article. viz. The second of those called the Grievances.
Answer. viz. To that second Article of those called the Grievances.
Fourth Article of the Declaration.
ANSWER.
Article. viz. The Third of those called the Grievances.
ANSWER.
Fifth Article of the Declaration.
ANSWER.
Sixth Article of the Declaration.
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Article. viz. The first of those called the Grievances.
Answer. viz. To that first Article of those called the Grievances.
Seventh Article of the Declaration.
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Eighth Article of the Declaration.
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Ninth Article of the Declaration.
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Article. viz. the ...... of the pretended Grievances.
Answer. viz. To this Article of the said Grievances.
Tenth Article of the Declaration.
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Eleventh Article of the Declaration.
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Twelfth Article of the Declaration.
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Thirteenth Article of the Declaration.
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Fourteenth Article of the Declaration.
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Fifteenth Article of the Declaration.
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The Conclusion of the Declaration.
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The General Assemblies Publick Act and Declaration (dated at Loghreogh the 7th of December same year 1650.) upon and some few dayes after receipt of the precedent Letter from the Mar∣quess of ORMOND, then Lord Lieutenant of Ireland.