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Synopsis papismi : that is, a generall view of the papistrie, wherein the whole mysterie of iniquitie, and summe of antichristian doctrine is set downe, which is maintained this day by the synagogue of Rome, against the church of Christ : together with an antithesis of the true christian faith, and an antidotum or counterpoyson out of Scripture, against the whore of Babylons filthy cup of abominations ... : divided into five books ... : now the fifth time published ... Preview this item
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Synopsis papismi : that is, a generall view of the papistrie, wherein the whole mysterie of iniquitie, and summe of antichristian doctrine is set downe, which is maintained this day by the synagogue of Rome, against the church of Christ : together with an antithesis of the true christian faith, and an antidotum or counterpoyson out of Scripture, against the whore of Babylons filthy cup of abominations ... : divided into five books ... : now the fifth time published ...

Author: Andrew Willet; Peter Smith
Publisher: London : Printed by John Haviland, and are to be sold by John Grismond, 1634.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Named Person: Andrew Willet
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Andrew Willet; Peter Smith
OCLC Number: 82908062
Notes: Signatures: A-B⁶, (a)-(c)⁴, C-5N⁶, 5(n)⁸, 5O-6D⁶.
Books 2-5 have separate title-pages, with the following imprint variations: (book 2) London : Printed by John Haviland, and are to be sold by Robert Allot, John Grismond, Robert Milbourne, l634; (book 4) London : Printed by the assigns of Thomas Man, Paul Man, and Jonah Man, l634.
Includes, with separate title-page, the author's "Tetrastylon papismi, that is, the foure principall pillars of papistrie," sigs.5O1r-6A5v.
Sigs. A1 and D6, probably blanks, lacking.
Description: [48], 279, 278-913, 912-1087, 1086-1194, 1193-1243, [11], 1233-1352, [38] pages ; 34 cm (fol.)
Responsibility: with the addition of a preface truly relating the life and death of ... Andrew Willet, the author of this, and many other worthy works, by Peter Smith ...

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