As for me, I have been hauled before the courts on a charge of Papistry.
Not one of all who heard him that day ever gave ear again to papistry.
The first book exhibits the struggles of the Reformation with papistry.
Sometimes the most sincere of Protestants in sickness "relapsed into papistry."
The earlier members of the Leighton family had shared the dislike of their fellow townsmen for anything approaching “papistry.”
The cornice f represents Heathenism and Papistry, animated by the mingling of Christianity and nature.
Little Holland, since she shook off Papistry, hath no persecuting polity like the other nations.
The suspicion of papistry followed him; and orders were given for his arrest.
Some said, "Others sned the branches of the Papistry, but he strikes at the root, to destroy the whole."
Above all others, it was most offensive that the Queen was accused as if she would raise up Papists and Papistry again.