Title: The Actes of the ambassage passed at the meatinge of the lordes and princes of Germany at Naumburg in Thuringe concerninge the matters there moued by Pope Pius the iiij. in the yeare of our Lord 1561 and the fyfth day of February item, the answere of the same lords and princes, geuen to the Popes nuntio vpon the eygth day of February
Publication info: Imprinted at London : By John Day, dwelling ouer Aldersgate, beneath S. Martins, 
subject: [Catholic Church -- History -- 16th century]
Title: Popish cruelties wherein may be seen that Romish traitors have now the same murthering and treasonable principles and practices they had in Q. Elizabeth's reign, against the established governour and government of these kingdoms. And yet after conviction, evident proof, free and frequent confession of being guilty; before, at, and after their trial, yet at their execution, to deceive the world and their own consciences, they seem as innocent as the child unborn. All which plainly appears in this exact account of the trial, confession, conviction, condemnation, &c. of Dr. W. P. To which are added forms of prayers and thanksgivings to be used for all kings, &c. and in the Parliament-House, when there is any danger of Popery.
Publication info: London : printed for the booksellers in London and Westminster, 1680.