3 edition of The late commotion of certaine papists in Herefordshire found in the catalog.
The late commotion of certaine papists in Herefordshire
by By S[imon] S[tafford] for I. Chorlton, and F. Burton in Imprinted at London
Written in English
|Genre||Early works to 1800|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 2034:5|
|Contributions||E. R., fl. 1605.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||56|
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Get this from a library. The late commotion of certaine papists in Herefordshire: Occasioned by the death of one Alice Wellington, a recusant, who was buried after the popish maner, in the towne of Allens-Moore, neere Hereford, vpon Tuesday in Whitsun weeke last past.
With other excellent matter thereby occasioned. Truely set forth. An interesting anti-Catholic tract is a pamphlet entitled The Late Commotion of Certain Papists in Herefordshire: Occasioned by the Death of One Alice Wellington (London, i6o5).
Originally listed (STC ) as anonymous, it is now attributed to Thomas Hamond. The new STC records no copy in America, but the Library has just acquired a fine. The late commotion of certaine papists in Herefordshire Occasioned by the death of one Alice Wellington, a recusant, who was buried after the popish maner, in the towne of Allens-Moore, neere Hereford, vpon Tuesday in Whitsun weeke last past.
The late commotion of certaine papists in Herefordshire: Occasioned by the death of one Alice Wellington, a recusant, who was buried after the popish maner, in the towne of Allens-Moore, neere Hereford, vpon Tuesday in Whitsun weeke last past.
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