Publication details

Id: 28
Ref: STC 1814
Title: The Anatomie of Popish Tyrannie: Wherein is conteyned a plaine declaration and Christian censure, of all the principall parts, of the Libels, Letters, Edictes, Pamphlets, and Bookes, lately published by the Secular-priests and English hispanized Jesuites, with their Jesuited Arch-priest; both pleasant and profitable, to all well affected readers.
Year: 1603
Author: Thomas Bell
Printer: John Harrison
Publisher: Richard Bankworth
Categories: James I
Elizabeth I
Notes: 1 poem: 'The Elogie of the author, in signe of his loyall affection, both toward his late Sovereigne, and now regnant'. This is printed after a dedicatory epistle dated 23 January 1602 [ie. 1603] and mourns the death of Elizabeth and praises James. 'A Preface to the gentle Reader', printed after the poem but before the main work, states that the book was written before the death of Elizabeth and that, whilst it was written with her in mind, its account of Jesuit infiltration should nonetheless be of concern to James I as well.
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