The Fourth Conquest of England; A Sequel to "Treason"

TitleThe Fourth Conquest of England; A Sequel to "Treason"
Year for Search1904
AuthorsUpward, Allen (1863-1926)
Date Published[1904]
PublisherThe Tyndale Press. (W.S. Martin & Co., Ltd.)
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author
Annotation

Dystopia based on the revival of the Roman Catholic Church. Science and technology rejected. Pope concluded that the Antipodes do not exist. Treason is probably his High Treason. London: The Primrose Press, [1903], which also has Romance of Politics at the head of the title and which is also an anti-Roman Catholic work. A note says “The publications of the Primrose Press are copyright in all civilised countries, but not in the United States, Haiti, Domingo, Liberia, and other Negro Republics” (ii).

Title Note

At the head of the title–Romance of Politics. Cover adds before the title page sub-title A Narrative of the Re-union of the Churches of England and Rome, followed by the restoration of the Stuarts and the setting up of the Holy Inquisition in England.

Holding Institutions

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Author Note

(1863-1926)

Full Text

[1904] Upward, Allen (1863-1926). The Fourth Conquest of England; A Sequel to “Treason”. London: The Tyndale Press. (W. S. Martin & Co., Ltd.). At the head of the title–Romance of Politics. Cover adds before the title page sub-title A Narrative of the Re-union of the Churches of England and Rome, followed by the restoration of the Stuarts and the setting up of the Holy Inquisition in England. L, O

Dystopia based on the revival of the Roman Catholic Church. Science and technology rejected. Pope concluded that the Antipodes do not exist. Treason is probably his High Treason. London: The Primrose Press, [1903], which also has Romance of Politics at the head of the title and which is also an anti-Roman Catholic work. A note says “The publications of the Primrose Press are copyright in all civilised countries, but not in the United States, Haiti, Domingo, Liberia, and other Negro Republics” (ii).