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CASTLEMAINE, Roger Palmer, Earl of
The Catholique apology & D.r Du Moulins Answer to Philanax; as also D.r Stillingfleet’s last gun-powder treason sermon, his attaque about the treaty of Munster, & all matter of fact charg’d on the English Catholiques by their enemies.
[Antwerp]: s.n., M. DC. LXXIV. 1674. FIRST EDITION thus. 8vo. pp. [viii], 600. a , A-2O , 2P . With slip cancel on last line of p. 597. "A catalogue of those Catholicks that died and suffered for their loyalty" (p. 574-580) printed in red. Roman and Italic letter. Floriated woodcut initials and headpieces, typographical ornaments, bookplate of Milltown Park library on pastedown, with the ex-legato label of William O'Brian below. Light age yellowing, cut a little close in places, the odd spot or mark. A good copy in late C19th percaline. A largely expanded edition of ""A reply to the answer of the Catholique apology, originally published in 1668; the work is a reply to ""The late apology in behalf of the papists,"" ""A seasonable discourse shewing the necessity of maintaining the established religion, in opposition to popery"" and ""A reasonable defence of the Seasonable discourse"", all by William Lloyd. It also contains a reply to ""A vindication of the sincerity of the Protestant religion in the point of obedience to sovereigns"" by Peter Du Moulin and ""A sermon preached November V. 1673. at St. Margarets Westminst."" by Edward Stillingfleet. Roger Palmer "in the course of a turbulent career, during which he was imprisoned in the Tower of London at least five times, .. tenaciously continued to speak out on behalf of English Catholics and to argue for religious toleration. When not engaged in polemics, he had time to invent a new type of globe, whose description, amply illustrated, was published in 1679 by Joseph Moxon, the royal hydrographer. ...Castlemaine's authorial … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]

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