beacon set on fire : or The humble information of certain stationers, citizens of London, to the Parliament and commonwealth of England Concerning the vigilancy of Jesuits, papists, and apostates, (taking advantage of the divisions among our selves and the states great employment,) to corrupt the pure doctrine of the Scriptures. Introduce the whole body of popish doctrine & worship. Seduce the subjects of this commonwealth unto the popish religion, or that which is worse. By writing and publishing many popish books, (printed in England in the English tongue within these three last years ... ) And blasphemous books of another nature: all made evident by the catalogue and contents of many of the aforesaid books added hereunto. Published for the service of the Parliament and commonwealth. Hoping that the Parliament by sufficient laws, and the Lords ministers and people by their preaching and prayers, will set themselves (upon this alarum that the enemy gives) to maintain the faith that was once delivered to the saints against all the enemies thereof. by Luke Fawne

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Subjects:

  • Freedom of the press.,
  • Freedom of the press -- England -- 17th century.,
  • Anti-Catholicism.,
  • Anti-Catholicism z England -- 17th century.

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Other titlesBeacon set on fire, Humble information of certain stationers, citizens of London, to the Parliament and commonwealth of England
ContributionsGellibrand, Samuel, d. 1675., Kirton, Joshua., Rothwell, John, d. 1661, Underhill, Thomas, fl. 1641-1659., Webb, Nathaniel, d. 1665.
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Pagination16 p. ;
Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18293845M

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