To xeiphos tōn martyrōn. Or, A brief narration of the mysteries of state carried on by the Spanish faction in England, since the reign of Queen Elizabeth to this day for the supplanting of the magistracy and ministry, the laws of the land, and the religion of the Church of England, especially and particularly declaring, how, when, and where, Cromwell and his party were confederate with the Spanish faction, and how he and they are resolved to overthrow the Protestant laws, and religion, in the Church and state of England, and Scotland. Together vvith a vindication of the Presbyterian party, both of church-men and states-men in the kingdom of England, Scotland, and Ireland, against the independent and popish party, who are both united and confederated to destroy them, and their religion.
The Hague :
printed by Samuel Brovvn, English-bookseller at the Hague,
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