A defence of the Catholyke cause contayning a treatise in confutation of sundry vntruthes and slanders, published by the heretykes, as wel in infamous lybels as otherwyse, against all english Catholyks in general, & some in particular, not only concerning matter of state, but also matter of religion: by occasion whereof diuers poynts of the Catholyke faith now in controuersy, are debated and discussed. VVritten by T.F. With an apology, or defence, of his innocency in a fayned conspiracy against her Maiesties person, for the which one Edward Squyre was wrongfully condemned and executed in Nouember ... 1598. wherewith the author and other Catholykes were also falsly charged. Written by him the yeare folowing, and not published vntil now, for the reasons declared in the preface of this treatyse.

Title

A defence of the Catholyke cause contayning a treatise in confutation of sundry vntruthes and slanders, published by the heretykes, as wel in infamous lybels as otherwyse, against all english Catholyks in general, & some in particular, not only concerning matter of state, but also matter of religion: by occasion whereof diuers poynts of the Catholyke faith now in controuersy, are debated and discussed. VVritten by T.F. With an apology, or defence, of his innocency in a fayned conspiracy against her Maiesties person, for the which one Edward Squyre was wrongfully condemned and executed in Nouember ... 1598. wherewith the author and other Catholykes were also falsly charged. Written by him the yeare folowing, and not published vntil now, for the reasons declared in the preface of this treatyse.

Author

Fitzherbert, Thomas, 1552-1640.

Date

1602

Place of Publication

Antwerp

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Editorial Practice

T.F. = Thomas Fitzherbert. Place of publication and printer's name from STC. "An apology of T.F. in defence of him-self and other Catholyks" has separate dated title page, foliation, and register. This is an answer to: Bacon, Francis. A letter written out of England to an English gentleman remaining at Padua. Reproduction of the original in the British Library.

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Identifiers
  • OTA: A00908
  • PURL: http://purl.ox.ac.uk/ota/A00908
  • DLPS: A00908
  • STC: STC 11016
  • STC: ESTC S102241
  • EEBO-CITATION: 99838036
  • PROQUEST: 99838036
  • VID: 2393