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A full view of popery : in a satyrical account of the lives of the popes, &c. From the Pretended Succession of St. Peter, To the Present Pope Clement XI. Wherein All the Impostures and Innovations of the Church of Rome appear in their true Colours, and all their Objections, Cavils, &c. are fully Answer'd and Confuted. The whole being Interspers'd with several Pasquils. To this is added, A confutation of the Mass, and a vindication of reform'd devotion. In two parts. Written by a learned Spanish convert, and Address'd to his Countrymen: now faithfully translated from the second and bes edition of the original. Preview this item
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A full view of popery : in a satyrical account of the lives of the popes, &c. From the Pretended Succession of St. Peter, To the Present Pope Clement XI. Wherein All the Impostures and Innovations of the Church of Rome appear in their true Colours, and all their Objections, Cavils, &c. are fully Answer'd and Confuted. The whole being Interspers'd with several Pasquils. To this is added, A confutation of the Mass, and a vindication of reform'd devotion. In two parts. Written by a learned Spanish convert, and Address'd to his Countrymen: now faithfully translated from the second and bes edition of the original.

Author: Cipriano de Valera
Publisher: London : Printed for Bernard Lintott, at the Middle-Temple-Gate in Fleetstreet, [1704]
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Cipriano de Valera
OCLC Number: 642360963
Description: 1 online resource ([8], 488 pages)
Other Titles: Dos tratados.

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