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|Genre/Form:||Early works to 1800|
|Named Person:||William Cecil Burghley, Baron|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jane Owen; Robert Parsons; Joseph Cresswell
|Notes:||Original title pages read: An anidote against purgatory, or, Discourse, wherein is shewed that good-workes, and almes-deeds, performed in the name of Christ, are a chiefe means for the preventing, or mitigating the torments of purgatory; and, An advertisement written to a secretarie of my L. Treasures of Ingland, by an Inglishe Intelligencer as he passed throughe Germanie towardes Italie.
"An advertisement ..." has been attributed to Robert Parsons or Joseph Cresswell.
Reproduced (original size) "An antidote ..." from a copy in the Bodleian Library. Refences: Allison and Rogers 589; STC. 18984.; "An advertisement ..." from a copy in Lincoln Cathedral Library. References: Allison and Rogers 264; STC. 19885.
|Description:||, 276, 67 pages ; 19 cm.|
|Series Title:||English recusant literature, 1558-1640, v. 166.|
|Responsibility:||Jane Owen ; and An advertisement written to a secretarie, 1592 [by] Joseph Cresswell.|