Records of the English Catholics Under the Penal Laws, Chiefly from the Archives of the See of Westminster, Volume 2

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Page 354 - I rejoiced greatly, when the brethren came and testified of the truth that is in thee, even as thou walkest in the truth. 4 I have no greater joy than to hear that my children walk in truth.
Page 240 - A true, sincere, and modest defence of English catholiques that suffer for their faith, both at home and abrode: against a false, seditious, and slaunderous libel, intituled, The Execution of Justice in England, 8vo.
Page 70 - Nos igitur ipsos exponentes specialibus favoribus et gratiis prosequi volentes, et eorum singulares personas a quibusvis excommunicationis suspensionis et interdicti aliisque ecclesiasticis sententiis censuris et poenis a jure vel ab homine quavis occasione vel causa latis si quibus quomodolibet innodati...
Page xlvi - The Duke of Guise and the Duke of Mayenne have told me that they have a plan for killing the Queen of England by the hand of a catholic, though not one outwardly, who is near her person and is ill-affected towards her for having put to death some of his catholic relations.
Page 29 - Apostolicis, necnon quibusvis etiam iuramento, confirmatione Apostolica, vel quavis firmitate alia roboratis statutis, et consuetudinibus, privilegiis quoque indultis, et litteris Apostolicis...
Page xlvi - Glasgow in a box, of which he will keep the key, so that he or his sons may receive the money should the plan succeed, and the duke thinks it may. The duke asks for no assistance from our lord (the pope) for this affair ; but when the time comes he will go to a place of his near the sea to await the event and then cross over on a sudden into England.
Page 396 - The Jesuits Memorial, for the intended Reformation of England, under their first Popish Prince.
Page xxvii - ... let him be excommunicated by the metropolitan and the other bishops of the province. And if he...
Page xlvii - England immediately, in order that the catholics may have a head. He asks for no assistance for his passage across ; but as the Duke of Mayenne must remain on the continent to collect some soldiers to follow him (it being probable that the heretics who hold the treasure, the fleet and the ports will not be wanting to themselves, so that it will be necessary to resist them) he wishes that for this purpose 100,000 or at least 80,000 crowns should be ready here. I let him know the agreement which there...
Page xlii - Scotland to meet Allen, who might start from here, it would be a great help to the cause ; for though this Dr. Owen, on account of the differences which have lately arisen between the Welsh and English, he being a Welshman, does not stand very well with the greater part of the English, nevertheless as he is a grave and prudent man, if united to Allen, who possesses the hearts of all, he would be of no small assistance, especially with his countrymen, the Welsh...

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