A Relation of The Conferences Between William Laud, Late Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, and Mr. Fisher the Jesuit, by the Command of King James, of Ever Blessed Memory. With an Answer to Such Exceptions as A. C. Takes Against It
This is a Victorian edition of a religious tract written by William Laud (1573-1645). Laud was the Archbishop of Canterbury during the reign of King Charles I until his arrest in 1640 and later execution in 1645 for treason. Laud found himself in considerable conflict with the English Government in regards to issues of religious ritual which were very important to him. In this particular text, Laud argues against leniency towards Catholics in England.
- Publisher: Oxford University Press
- Edition: n/a
- Date Published: 1839
- Place Published: Oxford
- ISBN: n/a
- Condition: Fair
- Signed: No
- Dust Jacket: No
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xxxii, 336p. 23.5 cm. Brown cloth hardcover binding with label pasted to spine for book title and and publication information. Cover very worn with water stains and soiling. Ex. Library with library numbers marked on spine as well as labels and envelopes on endpapers and library stamp on lower edging. 1839 Preface by Edward Cardwell. Original Epistle Dedicatory by "W. Cant." Some penciling throughout text.