Popes -- Chronology. : Il nipotismo di Roma, or, The history of the popes nephews from the time of Sixtus the IV to the death of the last Pope Alexander the VII : in two parts / written originally in Italian in the year 1667 ; and Englished by W.A.
Popes -- Chronology -- Early works to 1800. : Il nipotismo di Roma, or, The history of the popes nephevvs : wherein is related the reasons which move the popes to make their nephews great : together with all the good and the mischief they have done to the Catholick Church ever since the election of Sixtus the IV. Anno 1471. to the death of the last Pope Alexander the Vii. Anno 1667 : also the difficulties which the ministers of princes find in treating with them, and of the remedy how to free themselves from those difficulties : as likewise the reasons why none of the families of the popes have remained long in any grandeur / written in Italian by the author of the Life of Donna Olympia, and Englished by W.A., fellow of the Royal Society.
Popes -- Drama. : The hinge of the world : in which professor Galileo Gelilei, chief mathematician and philosopher to His Serene Highness the Grand Duke of Tuscany, and His Holiness Urban VIII, Bishop of Rome, battle for the soul of the world : a drama / by Richard N. Goodwin.
Popes -- Election -- 17th century. : Aggionta de gli ordini che osservano gli illustrissimi cardinali in conclaue, nel creare il Papa. : Con li nomi, cognomi, e patria loro, & altre cose degne da sapersi. Con licentia de' superiori.
Popes -- Enthronement. : A new history of the Roman conclave : containing the rites and ceremonies used and observed at the death, election, and coronation of the Pope: as also, an exact description of the state of Rome ... A list of the cardinals who composed the sacred college, . Lastly, an account of the genealogy of the late Pope, Innocent XIII..
Bell, Thomas, approximately 1551-approximately 1610. -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800. : The dolefull knell, of Thomas Bell : That is a full and sounde ansvver, to his pamphlet, intituled. The Popes funeral. VVhich he published, against a treatise of myne, called. The fore-runner of Bels dovvnefal. VVherein his manifest vntruthes, grosse corruptions, cunning slightes, vaine cavils, immodest railing, insolent challenging, and idle excursions, be noted, examined, and refuted. By B.C. student in diuinitye. Diuided into two bookes, and seuerall chapters: according to Bels method. The particuler contents whereof, are to be founde in the end of this booke.