Anti-Catholic pamphlet, 1643

Anti-Catholic pamphlet, 1643

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Caption: Anti-Catholic pamphlet. 17th-century artwork from the title page for an anti-Catholic pamphlet. The accompanying text begins: 'The kingdomes monster uncloaked from Heaven: the Popish conspirators, malignant plotters, and cruell Irish, in one body to destroy kingdome, religion and lawes'. The artwork shows the church (upper left), the parliament (lower left), the city of London (lower right) and the kingdom (upper right), threatened by a monster (centre) headed by the three named groups threatening the established government. Published in London in 1643.

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