Catholic Church -- Pope (1566-1572 : Pius V) -- Regnans in excelsis
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- Brutum fulmen, or, The bull of Pope Pius V concerning the damnation, excommunication, and deposition of Q. Elizabeth as also the absolution of her subjects from their oath of allegiance, with a peremptory injunction, upon pain of an anathema, never to obey any of her laws or commands : with some observations and animadversions upon it / by Thomas Lord Bishop of Lincoln ; whereunto is annexed the bull of Pope Paul the Third, containing the damnation, excommunication, &c. of King Henry the Eighth. (London : Printed by S. Roycroft for Robert Clavell ..., 1681), by Thomas Barlow, Catholic Church. Pope (1566-1572 : Pius V). Regnans in excelsis. English & Latin, and Catholic Church. Pope (1534-1549 : Paul III). Ejus qui immobilis permanens. English & Latin (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- A courteous conference with the English Catholikes Romane about the six articles ministred vnto the seminarie priestes, wherein it is apparantly proued by their owne diuinitie, and the principles of their owne religion, that the Pope cannot depose her Maiestie, or release her subiectes of their alleageance vnto her. And finally, that the bull of Pius Quiutus [sic] pronounced against her Maiestie is of no force eyther in lawe or conscience, all Catholicke scruples to the contrarie beeing throughly and perfectly cleared and resolued, and many memoriall matters exactly discussed, which haue not beene handled by man heeretofore. Written by Iohn Bishop a recusant papist. (London : Imprinted [by R. Bradock] for Robert Dexter dwelling in Paules Church-yard ar the signe of the Brasen Serpent, 1598), by John Bishop and John Frewen (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- A viewe of a seditious bul sent into Englande, from Pius Quintus Bishop of Rome, anno. 1569. Taken by the reuerende Father in God, Iohn Iewel, late Bishop of Salisburie. Wherevnto is added a short treatise of the holy Scriptures. Both which he deliuered in diuers sermons in his cathedral church of Salisburie, anno. 1570 (At London : Printed by R. Newberie & H. Bynneman, Anno. 1582), by John Jewel and John Garbrand (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- Bullae papisticae ante biennium contra sereniss. Angliae, Franciae & Hyberniae Reginam Elizabetham, & contra inclytum Angliae regnum promulgatae, refutatio. English (London : Printed by Iohn Day dwelling ouer Aldersgate, An. 1572. Cum priuilegio Regiæ Maiestatis per decennium), by Heinrich Bullinger and Arthur Golding (HTML at EEBO TCP)
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- A bull graunted by the Pope to Doctor Harding & other by reconcilement and assoyling of English Papistes, to vndermyne faith and allegeance to the Quene. With a true declaration of the intention and frutes thereof, and a warning of perils therby imminent, not to be neglected. (Imprinted at London : By Iohn Daye dwelling ouer Aldersgate, ), by Thomas Norton (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- An addition declaratorie to the bulles, with a searching of the maze Scene [sic] and allowed. (Imprinted at London : By Iohn Daye dwelling ouer Aldersgate, ), by Thomas Norton (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- A disclosing of the great bull and certain calues that he hath gotten, and specially the monster bull that roared at my Lord Byshops gate. (Imprinted at London : By Iohn Daye dwelling ouer Aldersgate, ), by Thomas Norton (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- A message, termed marke the truth of the worde of God, in these. xiii. bloes, at the Popes Bull: And the same to be doone to the Popes Champian, that set vp his Bull, on the gate of the bishop of London. 1570. ([Imprinted at London : by William How: for Iohn Arenolde, and are there to be solde at the Northe doore of Paules Churche, 1570]), by Pope Pius V (HTML at EEBO TCP)