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Antisemitism -- England -- Early works to 1800
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The blessed Jew of Marocco or, a blackmoor made white. Being a demonstration of the true messias out of the Law and prophets, by Rabbi Samuel a Iew, turned Christian; written first in the Arabick, after translated into Latin, and now Englished. To which are annexed a diatriba of the Jews sins, and their miserie all over the world, annotations to the Book, with large digressions, discovering Iewish blindnesse, their refusing Christ, and the many false Christs they have received; with other things
Samuel, Marochitanus
Printed at York : by Tho: Broad, 1648
1648
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An historical treatise concerning Jews and Judaism, in England Being a circumstantial narrative of the punishments that people have from time to time undergone in this Kingdom, since the reign of Edward I. with an account of their particular crimes and impieties which occasion'd them. Collected from our historians and ancient established laws; by which it appears, that a few has no right to appear in England, without a yellow badge fixed on the upper garment, nor co-habit with a Christian woman,
B. B
London : Printed for R. Baldwin, in Pater-noster Row, MDCCLIII. [1753]
1753
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An historical treatise concerning Jews and Judaism in England giving an account of the particular crimes and impieties that have brought upon them the heavy punishments they have sustained in this kingdom, from the reign of Edward I ; and shewing that by our ancient established laws, a Jew had no right to appear in England, without a yellow badge, to be worne on the upper garment, nor co-habit with a Christian woman, nor bring an action against a Christian, but in the King's name ; that synagogu

London : [s.n.], 1720
1720
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An historical treatise concerning Jews and Judaism, in England Giving an account of the particular crimes and Impieties, that have brought upon them the heavy punishments they have sustained in this Kingdom, from the reign of Edward I. Ans shewing that by our ancient established laws, a Jew had no Right to appear in England, without a yellow badge to be worne on the upper garment, nor co-habit with a Christian woman, nor bring an action against a Christian, but in the King's name. That synagogue
B. B
London : [s.n.], Printed in the year 1720
1720
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A short demurrer to the Jewes long discontinued remitter into England. Comprising an exact chronological relation of their first admission into, their ill deportment, misdemeanors, condition, sufferings, oppressions, slaughters, plunders, by popular insurrections, and regal exactions in; and their total, final banishment by judgment and edict of Parliament, out of England, never to return again: collected out of the best historians. With a brief collection of such English laws, Scriptures, as se
Prynne, William, 1600-1669
Printed at London : for Edward Thomas dwelling in Green-Arbor, 1656
1656
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