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x. History of the Roman Catholics, including Publications relating

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8vo. London, 1822. WATSON (William) A Decachordon of Ten Quodlibetical Questions con

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called the Come, in the county of Hereford. With a Relation of the Knavery of Father Lewis, the pretended Bishop of Landaffe. 4to.

London, 1679. [L. 15. 37.] The Curse of Popery and Popish Princes to the Civil Government and

Protestant Church of England, demonstrated from the Debates of Parliament in 1680, relating to the Bill of Exclusion of the then Duke of

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The Humble Petition of the Roman Catholics of Ireland to the Parlia

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against British and Irish Protestants of every denomination, examined.

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the Political Agent of the Roman Catholic Clergy of Ireland. 8vo.

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