a demonstration of the necessity of a Divine and Supernatural worshippe, printed with Licence, 1603, sm. 8vo. Sothebys, May, 1860, 10s.

The second Part of the Booke of Christian Exercise, appertayning to Resolution, Lond. 1591, 24mo. Dedicated to Sir Thos. Heneage, Knight, after which is an epistle to the reader and a table. Y in twelves, or 527 pages.-1592.-1594, pp. 500, and table, xv leaves.-1630.

Parsons, his Christian Directory, being a Treatise of holy Resolution, in two Parts, put into modern English, &c. Lond. 1700, 8vo. Frequently reprinted.

Responsio ad Elizabethæ Reginæ Edictum contra Catholicos. Lugduni, 1592, 8vo. Collation.Title, et præfatio ad edictum, 8 leaves, A to S, in eights.-T i. ii. concluding the Index. Augustæ 1592. Sothebys, May, 1860, 21. Excusum(Roma), 1593, 8vo. Collation.-Title on A i. to Z Z, in eights, followed by a leaf 'ad lectorem.' Heber, pt. i. 17. Romæ, Zanetti, 1593, sm. 4to. Collation.-Title one leaf, contents of the seven chapters one leaf. Præfatio ad Edictum, pages 1 to 13. Responsio, p. 14 to 485 (or A to Ppp. 111.) Index 6 leaves. Licence and Errata one leaf. Published under the name of Andr. Philopator. See ELIZABETH, Queen, p. 729.

[In this work Parsons teaches that the Pope has power to dethrone a monarch, and to release subjects from their oath of fidelity.]

Declaration of the true Causes of the Great Troubles presupposed to be intended against England. Lond. 1592, 8vo. A violent and libellous attack on Queen Elizabeth and her government, but more particularly against Lord Burleigh and his second son, Sir Robert Cecil; it was considered so dangerous that Lord Bacon answered it. On pages 75-6 are given a list of Books printed between 1590-1592, said to be libellous.

A Conference about the next Succession to the Crowne of Ingland, divided into two Partes. Published by R. Doleman. Imprinted at N. with license 1594, 16mo. Part i. pp. 220. Part ii. pp. 267, with a large folding genealogical table (generally wanting). The intention of this book (which was so rigorously suppressed, that it was made high treason even to possess a copy) was to support the title of the Infanta against that of K. James, after the death of Q. Elizabeth. The real authors were Robert Parsons the Jesuit, Cardinal Allen, and Sir Francis Englefield, and the printer is said to have been hung, drawn, and quartered. Nassau, pt. i. 996, with a scarce portrait of Parsons inserted, 157. Bindley, pt. i. 1774, 27. 2s. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. i. 980, 71, 7s. Inglis, 455, 77. Copies

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Replie to a Certaine Libell lately published by a Seditious Jesuit, calling himself N.D. 1600, 4to. Bright, 17s.

A temperate Ward-word to the turbulent and seditious Watch - word of Sir Francis Hastings, Knight, by N. D. Imprinted with Licence, 1599, 4to. Towneley, pt. ii. 1456. 3s. 6d. Heber, pt. vii. 4s. 6d. Sotheby, May, 1860, mor. 15s.

A briefe Replie to a certaine odious and slanderous Libel, lately published by N.D. entitled A temperate Wardword to Sir Francis Hastings turbulent Watchword, &c. inscribed to N. D. alias Noddie,' after which is a preface to the reader. Each of the three tracts have a separate titlepage, but the signatures are progressive to E e 3, in eights, by Sir T. Hastings, wherein that good Knight is defended from divers malicious imputations by O.E. (Dr. Matthew Sutcliffe.) Lond. Hatfield, 1600, 4to. Sotheby, May, 1860, 13s. Heber, pt. v. 6s. 6d. This volume also contains the two following pieces.

A new Challenge made to N. D., concerning the fundamental Pointes of his former whole discourse. By Sir F. Hastings. Lond. 1600,

A briefe refutation of a certain calumnious Reflection of a Conference betwixt the Lord of Plassis, Marli, and one calling himself the Bishop of Evreux (Peron.) Lond. 1600, 4to.

A Discoverye of a Counterfeete Conference held at a Counterfeete place, by Counterfeete Travellers, and published by one that dare not avowe, &c. Collen, 1600, 8vo. Heber, pt. v. 12s. Bright, 31. 3s. Written by a Roman Catholic in answer to Doleman's (Parson's) book on Succession.

A Decachordon of ten quodlibetical Questions, about the Contentions between the Seminary Priests and the Jesuits. Printed 1600, 4to. Quere, if not written by William Watson, secular priest. See WATSON, Wm.

A briefe Apologie, or Defence of the catholike ecclesiasticall Hierarchie and Subordination in England, erected these latter Years by Pope Clement VIII. and impugned by certain Libells printed and

PARSONS-continued. published of late. (St. Omers, 1601), 12mo. Gordonstoun, 1755. 4s. Sotheby, May, 1860, 15s. Soone after were certain notes wrote on this by Humph. Ely.'--Ant. à Wood. Sec ELY, H.

Apologetical Épistle to the Lords of her Maj. Council, by Rob. Parsons, in Defence of his Resolution in Religion. Printed 1601. 8vo. Sothebys, May, 1860, 78.

Manifestation of the Folly and bad spirit of certain in England, calling themselves Secular Priests. Printed 1602, 4to. De Peregrinatione, Lib. 1. 12mo. Not seen by Ant. à Wood. See PITSIUS.

The Warn-word to Sir Francis Hastings Wast-word, conteyning the issue of three former treatises, the Watch-word, the Ward-word, the Wast-word. By N.D. Author of the Ward-word. Permissu Superiorum, 1602, 8vo. Title. epistle to the Reader, 2 leaves; two tables, 5 leaves; the text, 131 leaves; the Second Encoun. ter, 138 leaves; four tables, 11 leaves. Inglis, 1087, 11.

Answer to R. Parsons the Noddie, his Warne-Worde. See SUTCLIFFE, Matthew. Detection of notable Untruths gathered out of Mr. Sutcliffe's new Challenge, 1602, 12mo. Gordonstoun, 1757, 2s. 6d.

Replie to a Libell called a brief Apologie of the Hierarchie, by W. C. (W. Charke.) 1603, 4to. Heber, pt. i. 2s.

An advertisement concerning his Booke against her Majesties Proclamation for searche and apprehension of Seminary Priestes, n.p. 1592, 8vo.

A Memorial of the Reformation of England. Gathered and set down by R. P. n.p. 1596, 8vo.

The first two parts are bound in one volume, and the third is divided into two; the first part of which contains an Examination of the Calendar of Protestant Saints, devised by John Foxe, for the first sixe moneths of the year-the second for Vol. i. often the last sixe moneths. Sir M. M. Sykes, wants the half title. pt. iii. 645, 21. 3s. Williams, 1328, mor. 67. 12s. 6d. Bright, not uniform, 31. 10s. Sotheby's, May, 1860, 41.

In 1688, Books i. and ii. were reprinted in folio, about the time of the Prince of Orange landing in England. Sotheby, May, 1860, 11.

Le Tre Conversioni dell' Inghilterra; tradotta dall' originale Inglese da F. G. Morelli. Roma, 1752, 4to. 3 vols. 10s. 6d.

For answers to the Three Conversions,' see BUNNY, Edm.; CAMPION, Edmund; CHARKE, William; FRANCKEN, Christian; HASTINGS, Sir Francis; MARTYRS; SUTCLIFFE, Matthew.

A Relation of a Tryal made before the K. of France, in the Year 1600, between the Bishop of Eureux and the Lord Plessis Mornay; about certain Points of corrupting and falsifying Authors, whereof the said Plessis was openly convicted. Omers, 1604, 8vo.


Review of ten public Disputations, or Conferences held within the compass of four Years, under K. Ed. and Q. Mary, concerning some principal Points in Reli gion, especially of the Sacrament and Sacrifice of the Altar. S. Omers, 1604, 8vo.

De Sacris alienis non adeundis Questiones duæ, ad Usum Praximq; Anglia breviter explicatæ. Audonare, 1607, 8vo.

A true Relation of the Faction begun at Wisbich by Fa. Edmonds, alias Weston, Cath. Subjects in England against the Treatise tending to Mitigation towards a Jesuite, 1595, and continued since by Fa. seditious writings of Tho. Morton (afterWalley, alias Garnet, the Provinciall of wards Bishop of Durham.) Permissu suthe Jesuits in England, and by Fa. Par-periorum, 1604, 8vo. pp. 556, besides Title, sons in Rome, with their adherents. Lond. Table, and 13 Prefatory leaves. — - 1607, 1601, 4to.

Discussion of the Answere of Wm.

Barlow to the Booke intituled The judgment of a Catholicke English man, living in banishment for his Religion, with a Supplement (St. Omers) 1603-12, 4to. 2 vols. A Confutation of a vaunting Challenge made by O. E. (Matthew Sutcliffe) unto N. D. by W. R. Printed 1603, 8vo.

Answer to O. E. (or Matthew Sutcliffe) whether Papists or Protestants be true Catholics. Printed (1603), 8vo.

TREATISE of the THREE CONVERSIONS Of ENGLAND from Paganisme to Christian Religion, by N. D. Imprinted with licence, 1603-4, sm. 8vo. 3 vols. Designed in answer to Fox, whom he professedly opposes throughout a great part of his second and third volumes.'-Nicolson.


Answer to Tho. Bell's Downfall of Popery.

Fore-runner of Bell's Downfal; or, an

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The dolefvl Knell of Thomas Bell, by B. C. Student in Divinity. Roane, 1607, 8vo. Sotheby, May, 1860, 13s. Horner, mor.

11. 98,

An Answer to the fifth Part of Reportes set forth by Sir Ed. Coke. 1606, 4to. Bright, 19s. See COKE, Sir Edw.

The Judgment of a Catholicke Englishman living in banishment for his Religion, written to his private friend in England, concerning a Book lately set forth and entitled Triplici Nodo Triplex cuneus, or an Apology for the Oath of Allegiance (by King James I. See ante p. 1181). St.

PARSONS-continued. Omer's. Permissu superiorum, 1608, 4to. Answered by Barlowe, Bishop of Lincoln. A Discussion of Mr. Barlowe's Answer to the Book entitled the 'Judgment of a Catholic English man concerning the

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A Supplement to the Discussion by the way, is briefly answered Mr. John Dunning's Booke, entitled 'Pseudo Martyr, by T. F., i. e. Thomas Fitzhert. 1613, 4to. An Adjoynder to the Supplement of Father R. Parsons, his discussion of M. Barlowe's Answer, by the author of the Supplement. Imprinted with licence, 1613,4to. A Quiet and Sober Reckoning with M. Tho. Morton, Bp. of Lincoln, permissu superiorum, somewhat set in choler by his Adversary R. P. Permissu superiorum, 1609, 4to. Bright, 17. 19s. Sotheby, May, 1860, 11. 6s.

PARTHENISSA. See ORRERY. PARTINGTON, Charles Fred. The Scientific Gazette, or Library of Mechanical Philosophy, Chemistry. and Discovery. Edited by C. F. Partington. Lond. 1826, 4to.

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Builders' Complete Guide. Lond. 1825, 8vo. 7s.

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PASCAL, Blaise. Les Provinciales: or, the Mysterie of Jesuitisme, discovered in certain Letters written upon occasion of the present differences at Sorbonne, between the Jansenists and the Molinists, from Jan. 1656, to March, 1657, N.S., displaying the corrupt Maximes and Politicks of that Society. Faithfully rendered into English. Lond. printed by J. G. for Royston, at the Angel in Ivie Lane, 1657, 18mo. Frontispiece by Vaughan, containing a portrait.

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