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The Popish inquisition newly erected in New-England

whereby their church is manifested to be a daughter of mysterie Babylon, which did drink the blood of the saints, who bears the express image of her mother, demonstrated by her fruits : also, their rulers to be in the beasts power upon whom the whore rideth, manifest by their wicked compulsary laws against the Lamb and his followers, and their cruel and bloody practises against the dear servants of the Lord, who have deeply suffered by this hypocritical generation ...

by Francis Howgill

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Published by Printed for Thomas Simmons, at the Bull and Mouth near Aldersgate in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Persecution,
  • Early works to 1800,
  • Society of Friends

  • Edition Notes

    Statementpublished by a lover of mercy and truth, and an enemy to envy and cruelty, Francis Howgill
    ContributionsDeane, Charles, 1813-1889, former owner
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[4], 72 p. ;
    Number of Pages72
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26205810M
    OCLC/WorldCa84006823

      In the eighth century, the Danes, a roving crew of barbarians, landed in different parts of Britain, both in England and Scotland. At first they were repulsed, but in A.D. , a party of them landed somewhere near Southampton, and not only robbed the people but burned down the churches, and murdered the In the seventh age rose Mohammed himself, and a little before him Boniface III., with his universal bishopric. In the eleventh, both the Turks and Gregory VII. carried all before them. In the year Boniface appeared with his two swords at the newly-erected jubilee. In the self-same year arose the Ottoman Porte; yea, and on the same ://

    by Dr. J. A. Wylie LL.D., Excerpted from the massive 2 vol. History of Protestantism. Chapter 1. Contents. Rome’s New Army—Ignatius Loyola—His Birth—His Wars—He is Wounded—Betakes him to the Legends of the Saints—His Fanaticism Kindled—The Knight-Errant of Mary—The Cave at Manressa— His Mortifications—Comparison between Luther and Ignatius Loyola—An Awakening of the Con Chapter 3: The Inquisition – Seizure of the Victims – Modes of Torture, and Celebration of the Auto Da Fe taken from “History of Romanism” by John Dowling. Of all the inventions of popish cruelty the Holy Inquisition is the masterpiece. We have already referred to its establishment by Saint Dominic, in the thirteenth ://

    Full text of "The Irish priests in the penal times () [microform]: from the state papers in H. M. Record Offices, Dublin and London, the Bodleian Library, and the British Museum" See other   In , a report being spread among the New Christians that Ferdinand intended to make war against his nephew, the King of Navarre, they offered him , ducats of gold towards the expenses of the war if he would consent to make a law that the trials of the Inquisition should be public: the king was on the point of treating with the New


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Rous, John, The popish inquisition newly erected in New-England whereby their church is manifested to be a daughter of mysterie Babylon which did drink the blood of the saints, who bears the express image of her mother, demonstrated by her fruit: also their rulers to be in the beasts power upon whom the whore rideth, manifested by their Author of The Popish Inquisition Newly Erected in New-England Whereby Their Church Is Manifested to Be a Daughter of Mysterie Babylon Which Did Drink the Blood of the Saints, Who Bears the Express Image of Her Mother, Demonstrated by Her Fruit, Pageant of the Birth, Life and Death of Richard Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick, K.

G.,and Joannis Rossi Historia Regum Angli The popish inquisition newly erected in New-England: whereby their church is manifested to be a daughter of mysterie Babylon, which did drink the blood of Ill news from New England / by John Clarke Simplicities defence against seven headed policy / by Samuel Gorton Hypocrisie unmasked / by Edward Winslow The popish inquisition newly erected in New England / by Francis See also New England a Degenerate Plant, ; Bishop's New England judged by the Spirit of the Lord, ; Sewel's History of the Quakers, ; Besse's Sufferings of the Quakers, ; The Popish Inquisition newly erected in New England, London, ; The Secret Works of a Cruel People made Manifest, ; and the pamphlet of the martyrs ?s=h&p=c&a=p&ID= New-England's ensigne it being the account of cruelty, the professors pride, and the articles of their faith, signified in characters written in blood, wickedly begun, barbarously continued, and inhumanly finished (so far as they have gone) by the present power of darkness possest in the priests and rulers in New-England : this being an account of the sufferings sustained by is in New Beyond the Myth of The Inquisition: Ours Is The Golden Age.

Brian Van Hove, S.J. Long did old-fashioned English Protestants and other anti-Catholics put their attention upon words such as "jesuitical," "popish," "jansenistic," and "inquisitorial" in their :// /beyond-the-myth-of-the-inquisition-ours-is-the-golden-age   But notwithstanding this, soon afterwards, the Romish clergy erected a new popish university in the city of Dublin.

They also proceeded to build monasteries and nunneries in various parts of the kingdom; in which places these very Romish clergy, and the chiefs of the Irish, held frequent meetings; and from thence, used to pass to and fro, to   An Account of the Inquisition.

From Foxe's Book of Martyrs, Courts of Inquisition were now erected in several countries; but the Spanish Inquisition became the most powerful, and the most dreaded of any.

Even the kings of Spain themselves, though arbitrary in all other respects, were taught to dread the power of the lords of the InquisitionTracts. 7. 'The Invisible Things of God brought to Light by the Revelation of the Eternal Spirit,' &c., 8.

'The Popish Inquisition newly erected in New-England,'&c., 9. 'The Heart of New-England Hardned through Wickedness,' &c., 'The Deceiver of the Nations discovered and his Cruelty made manifest,' ,_Francis_(DNB00). The popish inquisition newly erected in New-England whereby their church is manifested to be a daughter of mysterie Babylon which did drink the blood of the saints, who bears the express image of her mother, demonstrated by her fruit: also their rulers to be in the beasts power upon whom the whore rideth, manifested by their wicked compulsary laws against the lamb and his followers, and their New-England's Jonas cast up in London / by John Child --New England's salamander / by Edward Winslow --Ill news from New England / by John Clarke --Simplicities defence against seven headed policy / by Samuel Gorton --Hypocrisie unmasked / by Edward Winslow --The popish inquisition newly erected in New England / by Francis Howgil.

Series Title:   Catherine of Braganza (Portuguese: Catarina de Bragança; 25 November – 31 December ) was queen consort of England, of Scotland and of Ireland from toas the wife of King Charles was the daughter of King John IV, who became the first king of Portugal from the House of Braganza in after overthrowing the rule of the Spanish Habsburgs over :// By J.N.

Andrews. Chapter Traces of the Sabbath During the Dark Ages. The Dark Ages defined—Difficulty of tracing the people of God during this period—The Sabbath effectually suppressed in the Catholic church at the close of the fifth century—Sabbath keepers in Rome about A.

—The Culdees of Great Britain—Columba probably a Sabbath-keeper—The Waldenses—Their antiquity Also the several late conditions of a friend upon Road-Iland VVritten at sea, by us whom the vvicked in scorn calls Quakers, in the second month of the yeer This being a confirmation of so much as Francis Howgill truly published in his book titled, the popish inquisition newly erected in New-England, &://.

Foxe's Book of Martyrs by 'John Foxe' Chapter 5 — An Account of the Inquisition. Courts of Inquisition were now erected in several countries; but the Spanish Inquisition became the most powerful, and the most dreaded of any.

The most zealous of all the popish monks, and those who most implicitly obeyed the Church of Rome, were the ?did=ad&aid=4&kid=9&bid=1&cid=5. PLEASE NOTE: We have placed Foxe's Book of Martyrs among our list of good books to read and study for two reasons: 1) not to cause doubts as to whether you will be able to endure the same persecution, but to show you how God's followers were able to face and endure all kinds of persecution because of their faith in God!Remember, Christ said: "In the world ye shall have tribulation: but be of   The Popish Inquisition Newly Erected in New-England.

London, 72 pp. Jacob, Elizabeth. An epistle in true love, containing a farewel exhor-tation to friends families. London, ; Boston, 16pp. Johnson, Edward. A history of New-England. From the English planting in the yeere untill the yeere [“Wonder-Working Providence ?article=&context=massmartyrs.