A papist mis-represented and represented: or, A two-fold character of popery The one containing a sum of the supestitions [sic], idolatries, cruelties, treacheries, and wicked principles of that popery which hath disturb'd this nation above an hundred and fifty years; fill'd it with fears & jealousies, and deserves the hatred of all good Christians. The other laying open that popery which the papists own and profess; with the chief articles of their faith, and some of the principal grounds and reasons, which hold them in that religion. By J.L. To which is annexed, Roman-Catholick principles, in reference to God and the King

John Gother London : , Printed anno Domini. 1686

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