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Author: Lover of his country.
Title: The impudence of the Romish whore:: continued, and improved, in her shamelesse and barbarous brood of the Jrjsh rebells; calling themselves, His Majesties Catholike subjects. Discovered by a particular of certaine motives by them divulged, and falsly alledged to be the occasion of their late taking up armes: as also, by their oath of association, and by certain ridiculous and arrogant proposjtjons, which they have prepared, with a foolish hope, that they shall be condescended unto, by the King and Parliament of England. All which are here exemplified, with some briefe notes and observations upon them: by a Lover of his countrey. Published by Authority.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The impudence of the Romish whore:: continued, and improved, in her shamelesse and barbarous brood of the Jrjsh rebells; calling themselves, His Majesties Catholike subjects. Discovered by a particular of certaine motives by them divulged, and falsly alledged to be the occasion of their late taking up armes: as also, by their oath of association, and by certain ridiculous and arrogant proposjtjons, which they have prepared, with a foolish hope, that they shall be condescended unto, by the King and Parliament of England. All which are here exemplified, with some briefe notes and observations upon them: by a Lover of his countrey. Published by Authority.
Lover of his country.

[London]: Printed by Robert Austin, M. DC. XLIV. [1644]
Subject terms:
Anti-Catholicism -- England
Ireland -- History
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A87219.0001.001

Contents
title page
The Motives and Reasons, which the Irish Rebels have published, as the occasions of their taking up Arms; with brief Replies unto them.
The Rebells first Motive.
oath
The Preface to the Oath of Association, taken by the Irish Rebels.
The Rebells Oath of Association.
The meanes to reduce this Kingdome to Peace and Quietnesse.
The insolent Propositions which the Irish Rebels have propounded at Oxford, as the Termes upon which they will treat of peace: with some briefe Obser∣vations upon them.