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The history of the Council of Trent. Containing eight books in which besides the ordinary acts of the Council are declared many notable occurrences which happened in Christendom, during the space of forty years and more. And particularly the practices of the Court of Rome, to hinder the Reformation of their errours, and to maintain their greatness. Preview this item
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The history of the Council of Trent. Containing eight books in which besides the ordinary acts of the Council are declared many notable occurrences which happened in Christendom, during the space of forty years and more. And particularly the practices of the Court of Rome, to hinder the Reformation of their errours, and to maintain their greatness.

Author: Paolo Sarpi; Nathaniel Brent, Sir
Publisher: London, Printed by J. Macock for S. Mearne, J. Martyn, and H. Herringman, 1676.
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Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paolo Sarpi; Nathaniel Brent, Sir
OCLC Number: 2025200
Description: cvi, 889, [47] pages 32 cm
Contents: The life of Father Paul the Venetian, of the order of the Servi, and the author of the council of Trent --
The history of the council of Trent --
An epistle of Gregory the First, bishop of Rome to Maurice the emperor --
A passage of the history of Fr. Guicciardine a Florentine, concerning pope Alexander VI. left out of his third book in the printed copies --
A second passage of the same author; containing a large discourse of the means, whereby the popes of Rome attained to their greatness, that they now enjoy, left out of the fourth book --
A third passage of the same author, left out of his 10. book --
Certain passages out of the letters of the lords de Lansac, Pibrac, &c. taken forth of the instructions, and missives of the kings of France, and their ambassadors sent to the council of Trent, published in French, an 1608 --
Andr. Dudithius, bishop of Quinque-ecclesiae in Hungary, his testimony of the council of Trent, in his epistle to Maximilian II. emperour --
An epistle of bishop Jewel unto Seignior Scipio, a senatour of Venice, touching the causes moving the Church of England to refuse communion with the council of Trent: now first published according to the original annexed --
The foresaid epistle of Dudithius, written by himself in Latin --
The history of the Inquisition, composed by the Reverend Father Paul Servita, author of the council of Trent --
An alphabetical table to the history of the council of Trent.
Other Titles: Historia del Concilio tridentino.
Responsibility: Written in Italian by Pietro Soave Polano and faithfully translated into English by Nathanael Brent. Whereunto is added the life of the learned author and the history of the Inquisition.

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