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Fri Mar 21 17:15:13 2014 UTClccn-n500788360.50Catholic resistance in Elizabethan England Robert Persons's Jesuit polemic, 1580-1610 /0.770.96The secret policy of the English Society of Jesus. Discover'd in a series of attempts against the clergy76338717Robert_Personsn 500788361124649163986Andr.@Philopater, Zie ook:, 1546-1610Andreas Philopater.Andreas Philopater 1546-1610 PseudonymAndreas Philopatrus, pseud. för Robert Parsons, 1546-1610Catholicke deuyne, 1546-1610Catholicke devyne.Catholicke devyne, 1546-1610D., N., 1546-1610Doleman, N.Doleman, N. 1546-1610Doleman, Nicholas, 1546-1610Doleman, R.Doleman, R., 1546-1610Dolman, R.Dolman, R., 1546-1610Howlet, I.Howlet I. 1546-1610N. D., 1546-1610Parson, Robert 1546-1610Parsonius, Robertus.Parsonius Robertus 1546-1610Parsons, Robert, 1546-1610Person, Tobert 1546-1610Personio, Roberto, 1546-1610Personius. RobertusPersonius, Robertus, 1546-1610Persons, Robert.Persons, Robert, 1546-1610Philopater, Andrea 1546-1610Philopater, Andreas.Philopater, Andreas, 1546-1610Philopatris, John 1546-1610Philopatrus, Andrea, 1546-1610Philopatrus, Andreas, 1546-1610lccn-n79041716Catholic Churchlccn-n87117045Bunny, Edmund1540-1619edtlccn-n88012690Houliston, Victor1954-edtlccn-n79046634Jesuitslccn-n50048266Leicester, Robert DudleyEarl of1532?-1588lccn-n81066500Campion, EdmundSaint1540-1581lccn-n50032698Burghley, William CecilBaron1520-1598lccn-n84233147Mackenzie, George1636-1691lccn-n86042278Allen, William1532-1594attlccn-n84177460Gee, Edward1657-1730Parsons, Robert1546-1610Apologetic worksHistorySourcesControversial literaturePoetryChurch historyBiographyParsons, Robert,Catholic ChurchEnglandChristian life--Catholic authorsGreat BritainLeicester, Robert Dudley,--Earl of,JesuitsKings and rulers--SuccessionChristian life--Protestant authorsChristian lifeCatholicsScotlandPolitical scienceSpiritual life--Catholic ChurchMonarchyConstitutional lawDivine right of kingsCampion, Edmund,--Saint,Christian martyrsOath of allegiance (1606)Triplici nodo, triplex cuneus (James I, King of England)De jure regni apud Scotos (Buchanan, George)Sidney, Algernon,Bradshaw, John,Nicholls, John,SalvationWycliffe, John,Blackwell, George,ClergyApologeticsAsceticismControversial literature--Catholic authorsCounter-ReformationGunpowder Plot (1605)Wright, Thomas,Popes--Temporal powerNicodemitesPersecutionDissenters, ReligiousControversial literatureJansenistsEnglish College (Douai, France)Theology, DoctrinalChurch of EnglandKings and rulersMilton, John,Spiritual exercisesBunny, Edmund,Garnet, Henry,Controversial literature--Protestant authors15461610156515791580158115821583158415851586158915901591159215931594159515961597159815991600160116021603160416051606160716081609161016121613161516191620162116221623162516301631163216331634163516361639164016411642164716481649165016531655165716601661167016731676167816811682168316841685168716881690169616991700170317041706170717081709171117151716171817201721172217251727173017331735173617371739174117421744174817501753175417571767176817691770178217921802180518081809182018241825182618421845184618511852185318541861187818851887188918911898190519061907191419371940194219511955195619571959196019621965196619671969197019711972197319741975197619771978198019811982198319841985199019941995199719981999200320042005200620072008200920102012159318371884274.2PR1121ocn783787735ocn419690620ocn464939209ocn311251675ocn866357931ocn459131344ocn83718184256952ocn012185450com17000.86Parsons, RobertParsons his Christian directory being a treatise of holy resolution, in two parts put into modern EnglishHistory41330ocn023056287book15840.76Parsons, RobertA booke of Christian exercise, appertaining to resolution, that is, shewing how that we should resolve our selves to become Christians in deed37712ocn012353024book16500.90Parsons, RobertA Christian directory guiding men to eternall salvation commonly called the resolution : consisting of two parts, whereof the former layeth down the motives to resolution, and the other removeth the impediments : both of them having been reviewed, corrected and augmented, by the authour, himself, a little before his death, for the greater commodity and utility of the readerApologetic worksControversial literature25818ocn034382888file16150.73Parsons, RobertThe second part of the booke of Christian exercise appertaining unto resolution, or, A Christian directory guiding all men to their salvation2478ocn643157023book16410.92Leycesters common-wealth conceived, spoken, and published with most earnest protestation of all dutifull good will and affection towards this realme, for whose good onely, it is made common to many2349ocn745284593file17160.56Parsons his Christian directory being a treatise of holy resolution. In two parts. Put into modern English. And now made publick, for the instruction of the ignorant; the conviction of the unbelieving; the awakening and reclaiming the vicious, and for confirming the religious in their good purposes. By George Stanhope, D.D. Dean of Canterbury, and Chaplain in Ordinary to His MajestyHistory20919ocn216851528com15910.66Parsons, RobertThe second part of the booke of Christian exercise, appertayning to resolution. Or a Christian directorie, guiding all men vnto theyr saluation. Written by the former authour. R.P1976ocn509564018file17030.59Parsons his Christian directory, being a treatise of holy resolution. In two parts. Put into modern English: and now made publick, for the instruction of the ignorant; the conviction of the unbelieving; the awakening and reclaiming the vicious; and for confirming the religious in their good purposes. By George Stanhope, D.D. and chaplain in ordinary to Her Majesty1946ocn039399416book19980.79Parsons, RobertRobert Persons S.J. : the Christian directory (1582) : The first booke of the Christian exercise, appertayning to resolution+-+245566955418410ocn001943434book19570.88Parsons, RobertThe judgment of a Catholicke English-man living in banishment for his religion (1608)1848ocn013280561book16410.88Leycesters common-wealth conceived, spoken and pvblished with most earnest protestation of all dutifull good will and affection towards this realm : for whose good onely it is made common to manyHistory1798ocn013280484book16410.90Rogers, ThomasLeycesters ghostPoetry1754ocn065330324file16840.92Mackenzie, GeorgeJus regium, or, The just and solid foundations of monarchy in general and more especially of the monarchy of Scotland, maintain'd against Buchannan, Naphtali, Dolman, Milton, &c.1745ocn642355368file17390.70Parsons, RobertA christian directory guiding men to their eternal salvation. Divided into three books: the first whereof, appertaining to Resolution, is contain'd in this volume, divided into two parts, and set forth now again with many corrections and additions. By Robert Parsons1565ocn012202467book16410.90Leicester's common-wealth conceived, spoken and published with most earnest protestation of dutifull goodwill and affection towards this realme1544ocn012387939book16410.90Leicestor's commonvvealth fully epitomized conceived, spoken, and published, with most earnest protestation of all dutifull good-will and affection towards this realme, for whose good onely it is made common to many : contracted in a most briefe, exact, and compendious way, with the full sense and whole meaning of the former booke, every fragment of sence being interposed : with a pleasant description of the first originall of the controversies betwixt the two houses of York, and Lancaster1518ocn023056793book16020.81Parsons, RobertAn appendix to the apologie, lately set forth, for defence of the hierarchie, and subordination of the English Catholike Church, impugned by certaine discontented priestes wherin two other bookes or libels of the impugners, the one in English the other in Latin, no lesse intemperate then the former, are examined, and consideredControversial literature1474ocn024359416file15850.84Parsons, RobertA book of Christian exercise, appertaining to resolution, that is, shewing how that we should resolue our selues to become Christians indeede1468ocn000595229book15940.79Parsons, RobertA conference abovt the next svccession to the crowne of InglandHistory1417ocn012368986book16900.92Parsons, RobertThe Jesuit's memorial for the intended reformation of England under their first popish prince published from the copy that was presented to the late King James II : with an introduction, and some animadversions by Edward GeeHistory10065ocn341998535com20070.50Houliston, VictorCatholic resistance in Elizabethan England Robert Persons's Jesuit polemic, 1580-1610HistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyThis book provides a study of the writing career of Robert Persons, leader of the Elizabethan Jesuits, and seen as an apostolate as well as a polemical contestation. It relates Persons's interventions in various controversies during the period 1580-1610 to the formative purposes of the Christian Directory (1582), his famous and phenomenally successful work of devotion. This book was originally known as the Book of Resolution, which also refers to Persons's indefatigability as a writer. The study makes a significant contribution to our understanding of the polemical context of post-Reformation+-+15930190251893ocn037310681book19980.86Carrafiello, Michael LRobert Parsons and English Catholicism, 1580-1610HistoryChurch historyBiographyUltimately, Parsons's life and political career were products of the sixteenth century. Raised in the shadow of Tridentine Catholicism, political and religious compromise simply were not possible for him. This political biography, then, explains Parsons in terms of his single-minded devotion to the restoration of Catholicism in England. Parsons's place in history, like that of other failed activists, does not rest entirely upon his successes or failures. Instead, his legacy can be measured by the importance of his ideas in the context of late-sixteenth- and early-seventeenth-century England+-+37656402061505ocn012686337book16840.93Assheton, WilliamThe royal apology, or, An answer to the rebels plea wherein the most noted anti-monarchial tenents, first, published by Doleman the Jesuite, to promote a bill of exclusion against King James, secondly, practised by Bradshaw and the regicides in the actual murder of King Charles the 1st, thirdly, republished by Sidney and the associators to depose and murder His present Majesty, are distinctly consider'd : with a parallel between Doleman, Bradshaw, Sidney and other of the true-Protestant party1443ocn022921769book15830.79Fenner, DudleyAn ansuuere vnto the confutation of Iohn Nichols his recantation, in all pointes of any weight conteyned in the same especially in the matters of doctrine, of purgatorie, images, the Popes honor, and the question of the churchHistoryChurch historyControversial literature1416ocn013296254book16830.90Hayward, JohnThe right of succession asserted against the false reasonings and seditious insinuations of R. Dolman alias Parsons and othersHistorySources1403ocn007410226book19800.79Reynolds, Ernest EdwinCampion and Parsons : the Jesuit mission of 1580-1HistoryChurch historyBiography1345ocn012351042book16840.86Mackenzie, GeorgeThat the lawful successor cannot be debarr'd from succeeding to the crown maintain'd against Dolman, Buchannan, and others1123ocn033342963book19950.70Edwards, FrancisRobert Persons : the biography of an Elizabethan Jesuit, 1546-1610Biography947ocn606507571file16080.76James, ThomasAn apologie for Iohn Wickliffe shewing his conformitie with the now Church of England; with answere to such slaunderous obiections, as haue beene lately vrged against him by Father Parsons, the apologists, and others. Collected chiefly out of diuerse works of his in written hand, by Gods especiall providence remaining in the publike library at Oxford, of the honorable foundation of Sr. Thomas Bodley Knight: by Thomas James keeper of the sameApologetic worksControversial literature883ocn041368206book19990.76South, Malcolm HThe Jesuits and the joint mission to England during 1580-1581HistoryChurch historyBiography+-+7824298225794ocn606541786file16010.76Bagshaw, ChristopherA sparing discouerie of our English Iesuits, and of Fa. Parsons proceedings vnder pretence of promoting the Catholike faith in England for a caueat to all true Catholiks our very louing brethren and friends, how they embrace such very vncatholike, though Iesuiticall deseignmentsControversial literature781ocn000915338book19720.84Charnock, RobertA reply to a notorious libell, 1603Controversial literature597ocn606504958book16120.70James, ThomasThe Iesuits downefall threatned against them by the secular priests for their wicked liues, accursed manners, hereticall doctrine, and more then Matchiavillian policie. Together with the life of Father Parsons an English IesuiteControversial literature523ocn002662161book16840.92Mackenzie, GeorgeJus regium, or, The just and solid foundations of monarchy in general and more especially of the monarchy of Scotland, maintain'd against Buchannan, Naphtali, Dolman, Milton, &c.503ocn056971235book20040.84Crosignani, GinevraDe adeundis ecclesiis protestantium : Thomas Wright, Robert Parsons, S.J., e il dibattito sul conformismo occasionale nell'Inghilterra dell'età modernaHistoryChurch history416ocn606537440file16020.56Sutcliffe, MatthewA challenge concerning the Romish Church, her doctrine & practises, published first against Rob. Parsons, and now againe reuiewed, enlarged, and fortified, and directed to him, to Frier Garnet, to the archpriest Blackevvell and all their adhærents, by Matth. Sutcliffe. Thereunto also is annexed an answere vnto certeine vaine, and friuolous exceptions, taken to his former challenge, and to a certeine worthlesse pamphlet lately set out by some poore disciple of Antichrist, and entituled, A detection of diuers notable vntrueths, contradictions, corruptions, and falsifications gathered out of M. Sutcliffes new challenge, &cControversial literature404ocn606544706file16030.76Bell, ThomasThe golden ballance of tryall VVherein the reader shall plainly and briefely behold, as in a glasse of crystall; aswell by what rule all controuersies in religion, are to be examined, as also who is, and of right ought to be the vpright iudge in that behalfe. Whereunto is also annexed a counterblast against a masked companion, terming himself E.O. but supposed to be Robert Parsons the trayterous IesuiteControversial literature381ocn003752271book19660.90Parish, John ERobert Parsons and the English Counter-Reformation : monograph in English history333ocn023106371book19420.76Parsons, RobertLetters and memorials of Father Robert Persons, S.JHistoryChurch historyBiographySources221ocn006612913book17150.96Dodd, CharlesThe secret policy of the English Society of Jesus. Discover'd in a series of attempts against the clergyControversial literature+-+2455669554+-+2455669554Fri Mar 21 15:54:41 EDT 2014batch55142