APA Citation

Taylor, M. (1769). England's bloody tribunal: Or, Popish cruelty displayed. Containing a compleat account of the lives, religious principles, cruel persecutions, sufferings, tortures, and triumphant deaths, of the most pious English Protestant martyrs, Who have sealed the Faith of our Holy Religion with their Blood. Exhibiting A full View of Popery, with all its superstitious and horrid Practices; and tending to promote the Protestant Religion, by displaying the Errors of Popish Idolatry, and confirming the true Believer in the Faith of Our Blessed Redeemer, who was crucified for our Sins, and rose again for our Justification, and now sitteth at the Right Hand of God, making Intercession for us. To which is Added, A faithful Narrative of the many horrid Cruelties practiced by the Inquisition, in different Parts of the World. Also The Lives of the Primitive Reformers, whose Effigies are given in the Frontispiece to the Work. Together with A full and plain Refutation of the Errors of the Romish Church, laid down in such a Manner as to enable the unlearned Protestants to confute the chief Arguments of the most artful Popish Priests and their Emissaries. By the Reverend Matthew Taylor, D. D. By the King's Authority. London: printed for J. Cooke, at the Shakespear's-Head, Pater - Noster - Row.

Chicago Style Citation

Taylor, Matthew. England's Bloody Tribunal: Or, Popish Cruelty Displayed. Containing a Compleat Account of the Lives, Religious Principles, Cruel Persecutions, Sufferings, Tortures, and Triumphant Deaths, of the Most Pious English Protestant Martyrs, Who Have Sealed the Faith of Our Holy Religion With Their Blood. Exhibiting A Full View of Popery, With All Its Superstitious and Horrid Practices; and Tending to Promote the Protestant Religion, By Displaying the Errors of Popish Idolatry, and Confirming the True Believer in the Faith of Our Blessed Redeemer, Who Was Crucified for Our Sins, and Rose Again for Our Justification, and Now Sitteth At the Right Hand of God, Making Intercession for Us. To Which Is Added, A Faithful Narrative of the Many Horrid Cruelties Practiced By the Inquisition, in Different Parts of the World. Also The Lives of the Primitive Reformers, Whose Effigies Are Given in the Frontispiece to the Work. Together With A Full and Plain Refutation of the Errors of the Romish Church, Laid Down in Such a Manner As to Enable the Unlearned Protestants to Confute the Chief Arguments of the Most Artful Popish Priests and Their Emissaries. By the Reverend Matthew Taylor, D. D. By the King's Authority. London: printed for J. Cooke, at the Shakespear's-Head, Pater - Noster - Row, 1769.

MLA Citation

Taylor, Matthew. England's Bloody Tribunal: Or, Popish Cruelty Displayed. Containing a Compleat Account of the Lives, Religious Principles, Cruel Persecutions, Sufferings, Tortures, and Triumphant Deaths, of the Most Pious English Protestant Martyrs, Who Have Sealed the Faith of Our Holy Religion With Their Blood. Exhibiting A Full View of Popery, With All Its Superstitious and Horrid Practices; and Tending to Promote the Protestant Religion, By Displaying the Errors of Popish Idolatry, and Confirming the True Believer in the Faith of Our Blessed Redeemer, Who Was Crucified for Our Sins, and Rose Again for Our Justification, and Now Sitteth At the Right Hand of God, Making Intercession for Us. To Which Is Added, A Faithful Narrative of the Many Horrid Cruelties Practiced By the Inquisition, in Different Parts of the World. Also The Lives of the Primitive Reformers, Whose Effigies Are Given in the Frontispiece to the Work. Together With A Full and Plain Refutation of the Errors of the Romish Church, Laid Down in Such a Manner As to Enable the Unlearned Protestants to Confute the Chief Arguments of the Most Artful Popish Priests and Their Emissaries. By the Reverend Matthew Taylor, D. D. By the King's Authority. London: printed for J. Cooke, at the Shakespear's-Head, Pater - Noster - Row, 1769.

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