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The description of a Popish Priest who, when he had taken away the Glory and office of Christ Featured John Foxe Print

The description of a Popish Priest who, when he had taken away the Glory and office of Christ

XJF444301 The description of a Popish Priest who, when he had taken away the Glory and office of Christ, fell down suddenly, and died, illustration from 'Foxe's Book of Martyrs' vol. III, published 1684 (engraving) by English School, (17th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: 'Foxe's Book of Martyrs' is an account by John Foxe (1517-1587) of Christian martyrs throughout Western history, with particular emphasis on the suffering of English Protestants; This image is an illustration of Foxe's description of the popish priest of 'Crondall' (Crundale, in the Kentish diocese of Canterbury) upon whom punishment was wreaked for applying the words of St John to his papal bull of pardon;); English, out of copyright

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Foxs martyrs or The patriots in limbo Featured John Foxe Print

Foxs martyrs or The patriots in limbo

Fox's martyrs or The patriots in limbo. Print shows Charles James Fox's martyrs during the American Revolution. On the right, Frederick, Lord North, hangs from a devil's pitchfork and wears a large stone labeled American War from his neck. In the center, Charles Fox apologizes for his actions, in the aftermath of the 1784 general election. The 1784 Parliamentary election was the first national election. The Fox-North coalition came under attack by George III and William Pitt the Younger. Pitt remained Prime Minister and those members of Parliament who continued to support Fox and North became known as Fox's Martyrs in reference to John Foxe's Book of Martyrs (1563). This satire lays the blame for the Whig's loss on the American Revolution. Date March 1784. Fox's martyrs or The patriots in limbo. Print shows Charles James Fox's martyrs during the American Revolution. On the right, Frederick, Lord North, hangs from a devil's pitchfork and wears a large stone labeled American War from his neck. In the center, Charles Fox apologizes for his actions, in the aftermath of the 1784 general election. The 1784 Parliamentary election was the first national election. The Fox-North coalition came under attack by George III and William Pitt the Younger. Pitt remained Prime Minister and those members of Parliament who continued to support Fox and North became known as Fox's Martyrs in reference to John Foxe's Book of Martyrs (1563). This satire lays the blame for the Whig's loss on the American Revolution. Date March 1784. Date

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Foxs martyrs or The patriots in limbo, [England : Publisher not named, March 1784] Featured John Foxe Print

Foxs martyrs or The patriots in limbo, [England : Publisher not named, March 1784]

Fox's martyrs or The patriots in limbo, [England : Publisher not named, March 1784], 1 print : etching ; 25.2 x 34.9 cm (plate), Print shows Charles James Fox's martyrs during the American Revolution. On the right, Frederick, Lord North, hangs from a devil's pitchfork and wears a large stone labeled American War from his neck. In the center, Charles Fox apologizes for his actions, in the aftermath of the 1784 general election. The 1784 Parliamentary election was the first national election. The Fox-North coalition came under attack by George III and William Pitt the Younger. Pitt remained Prime Minister and those members of Parliament who continued to support Fox and North became known as Fox's Martyrs in reference to John Foxe's Book of Martyrs (1563). This satire lays the blame for the Whig's loss on the American Revolution

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