CHAPTER V. CATHOLICISM IN ENGLAND FROM 1603 TILL 1750
See bibliography of chap. ii., iii., iv. Calendars of State
Papers (James I., Charles I., The Commonwealth, Charles II.).
Knox, Records of the English Catholics under the Penal Laws , 2
vols., 1882-84. Challoner, Memoirs of Missionary Priests and
other Catholics that suffered death in England (1577-1684), 2
vols., 1803. Lilly-Wallis, A Manual of the Law specially
affecting Catholics, 1893. Butler, Historical Memoirs of
English, Scottish, and Irish Catholics, 3 vols., 1819-21. Id.,
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1795. Willaert, S.J., Négociations Politico-Religieuses entre
L'Angleterre et les Pays-Bas, 1598-1625 ('Rev. d'Histoire
Ecclés, 1905-8). Kirk, Biographies of English Catholics in the
Eighteenth Century (edited by Rev. J. H. Pollen, S.J., and
E. Burton, 1909). Morris, The Condition of Catholics under
James I., 1871. Id., The Troubles of our Catholic Forefathers,
1872-77. Payne, The English Catholic Nonjurors of 1715, etc.,
1889. Id., Records of English Catholics of 1715, etc., 1891.
Pollock, The Popish Plot, etc., 1903. The Position of the
Catholic Church in England and Wales during the last two
Centuries, 1892. Hutton, The English Church from the Accession
of Charles I. to the death of Anne.