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Early works to 1800
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Robert Boyle; Henry Clark; John Taylor, (Bookseller)
|Notes:||Later published with title: Good and solid reasons why a Protestant should not turn papist.
Written by Robert Boyle. Cf. Wing (2nd ed.).
Title within double-ruled border; printed marginal notes.
HRC copy imperfect: wanting first and final leaves. Full collation and signatures from: Fulton, J.F. Boyle (2nd ed.) p. 117.
This edition is known to exist in two issues. The first issue has last two lines on p. 7: "reading of the Scriptures, and exa-/mining his Miracles." The second issue has these lines: "reading the Scriptures, and examin-/ing his miracles." Cf. Fulton.
HRC has a copy of the first issue.
Publisher's advertisements:  p. at end.
Recto of imprimatur leaf (p.  at front) is blank.
Includes bookseller's advertisements on p. [33-34].
|Credits:||Attributed to Robert Boyle.|
|Description:||, 32,  p. ; 19 cm. (4to)|
|Other Titles:||Protestant prejudices against the Roman Catholic religion|
|Responsibility:||by a person of quality.|