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An antidote or Treatise of thirty controuersies: : vvith a large discourse of the Church. : In which the soueraigne truth of Catholike doctrine, is faythfully deliuered: against the pestiferous writings of all English Sectaryes. And in particuler, against D. Whitaker, D. Fulke, D. Reynolds, D. Bilson, D. Robert Abbot, D. Sparkes, and D. Field, the chiefe vpholders, some of Protestancy, some of Puritanisme, some of both. Deuided into three partes. Preview this item
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An antidote or Treatise of thirty controuersies: : vvith a large discourse of the Church. : In which the soueraigne truth of Catholike doctrine, is faythfully deliuered: against the pestiferous writings of all English Sectaryes. And in particuler, against D. Whitaker, D. Fulke, D. Reynolds, D. Bilson, D. Robert Abbot, D. Sparkes, and D. Field, the chiefe vpholders, some of Protestancy, some of Puritanisme, some of both. Deuided into three partes.

Author: S. N.
Publisher: [St. Omer : English College Press], 1622.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Genre/Form: Apologetic works
Named Person: Robert Abbot; Thomas Bilson; Richard Field; William Fulke; John Rainolds; Thomas Sparke; William Whitaker
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: S. N.
OCLC Number: 11572330
Notes: Written by Sylvester (or Silvester) Norris. Cf. STC (2nd ed.). Part one originally published : St. Omer, 1615; part two first published: St. Omer, 1619.
Place of publication and press from STC (2nd ed.); Allison & Rogers. Catholic books.
Numerous errors in pagination including misnumbering the final page of the second numbered sequence, page 307, as 207.
Signatures: *-2*⁴3*²A-2T⁴chi1,²*⁴, ²A-2P⁴2Q²,2chi1.
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"Faultes escaped in the printing, to be corrected."--Page [2] following p. 335 and p. [2] at end.
Final page is blank.
Description: [20], 335, [11], 207 [i.e. 307], [3] p. ; 19 cm. (4to)
Responsibility: By S.N. Doctour of Diuinity. The first[-second] part.

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