A papist misrepresented and represented: or, A twofold character of popery. [microform] The one containing a sum of the superstitions, 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 and 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. To which is added, Roman Catholick principles, in reference to God and the king. By J.L
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