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The Resource A request to roman catholicks to answer the queries upon these their following tenets : I. Their divine service in an unknown tongue. II. Their taking away the cup from the people. III. Their witholding the scriptures from the laicks. IV. The adoration of images. V. The invocation of saints and angels. VI. The doctrine of merit. VII. Purgatory. VIII. Their seven sacraments. IX. Their priests intention in baptism. X. The limbo of unbaptized infants. XI. Transubstantiation. XII. The propitiatory sacrafice of the mass. XIII. Private masses. XIV. The sacrament of penance. XV. The sacrament of marriage, with the clergies restraint therefrom. XVI. Their sacrament of extream unction. XVII. Tradition. XVIII. That thred-bare question, where was your church before Luther? XIX. The infallibility of the pope with his councils. XX. The pope's supremacy. XXI. The pope's deposing power. XXII. Their uncharitableness to all other Christians, By a moderate son of the Church of England

A request to roman catholicks to answer the queries upon these their following tenets : I. Their divine service in an unknown tongue. II. Their taking away the cup from the people. III. Their witholding the scriptures from the laicks. IV. The adoration of images. V. The invocation of saints and angels. VI. The doctrine of merit. VII. Purgatory. VIII. Their seven sacraments. IX. Their priests intention in baptism. X. The limbo of unbaptized infants. XI. Transubstantiation. XII. The propitiatory sacrafice of the mass. XIII. Private masses. XIV. The sacrament of penance. XV. The sacrament of marriage, with the clergies restraint therefrom. XVI. Their sacrament of extream unction. XVII. Tradition. XVIII. That thred-bare question, where was your church before Luther? XIX. The infallibility of the pope with his councils. XX. The pope's supremacy. XXI. The pope's deposing power. XXII. Their uncharitableness to all other Christians, By a moderate son of the Church of England

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A request to roman catholicks to answer the queries upon these their following tenets : I. Their divine service in an unknown tongue. II. Their taking away the cup from the people. III. Their witholding the scriptures from the laicks. IV. The adoration of images. V. The invocation of saints and angels. VI. The doctrine of merit. VII. Purgatory. VIII. Their seven sacraments. IX. Their priests intention in baptism. X. The limbo of unbaptized infants. XI. Transubstantiation. XII. The propitiatory sacrafice of the mass. XIII. Private masses. XIV. The sacrament of penance. XV. The sacrament of marriage, with the clergies restraint therefrom. XVI. Their sacrament of extream unction. XVII. Tradition. XVIII. That thred-bare question, where was your church before Luther? XIX. The infallibility of the pope with his councils. XX. The pope's supremacy. XXI. The pope's deposing power. XXII. Their uncharitableness to all other Christians
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A request to roman catholicks to answer the queries upon these their following tenets
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I. Their divine service in an unknown tongue. II. Their taking away the cup from the people. III. Their witholding the scriptures from the laicks. IV. The adoration of images. V. The invocation of saints and angels. VI. The doctrine of merit. VII. Purgatory. VIII. Their seven sacraments. IX. Their priests intention in baptism. X. The limbo of unbaptized infants. XI. Transubstantiation. XII. The propitiatory sacrafice of the mass. XIII. Private masses. XIV. The sacrament of penance. XV. The sacrament of marriage, with the clergies restraint therefrom. XVI. Their sacrament of extream unction. XVII. Tradition. XVIII. That thred-bare question, where was your church before Luther? XIX. The infallibility of the pope with his councils. XX. The pope's supremacy. XXI. The pope's deposing power. XXII. Their uncharitableness to all other Christians
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By a moderate son of the Church of England
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A request to roman catholicks to answer the queries upon these their following tenets : I. Their divine service in an unknown tongue. II. Their taking away the cup from the people. III. Their witholding the scriptures from the laicks. IV. The adoration of images. V. The invocation of saints and angels. VI. The doctrine of merit. VII. Purgatory. VIII. Their seven sacraments. IX. Their priests intention in baptism. X. The limbo of unbaptized infants. XI. Transubstantiation. XII. The propitiatory sacrafice of the mass. XIII. Private masses. XIV. The sacrament of penance. XV. The sacrament of marriage, with the clergies restraint therefrom. XVI. Their sacrament of extream unction. XVII. Tradition. XVIII. That thred-bare question, where was your church before Luther? XIX. The infallibility of the pope with his councils. XX. The pope's supremacy. XXI. The pope's deposing power. XXII. Their uncharitableness to all other Christians, By a moderate son of the Church of England
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[4], 43, [1] p.
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In black bookcloth slipcase.
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A request to roman catholicks to answer the queries upon these their following tenets : I. Their divine service in an unknown tongue. II. Their taking away the cup from the people. III. Their witholding the scriptures from the laicks. IV. The adoration of images. V. The invocation of saints and angels. VI. The doctrine of merit. VII. Purgatory. VIII. Their seven sacraments. IX. Their priests intention in baptism. X. The limbo of unbaptized infants. XI. Transubstantiation. XII. The propitiatory sacrafice of the mass. XIII. Private masses. XIV. The sacrament of penance. XV. The sacrament of marriage, with the clergies restraint therefrom. XVI. Their sacrament of extream unction. XVII. Tradition. XVIII. That thred-bare question, where was your church before Luther? XIX. The infallibility of the pope with his councils. XX. The pope's supremacy. XXI. The pope's deposing power. XXII. Their uncharitableness to all other Christians, By a moderate son of the Church of England
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
20 cm.
Extent
[4], 43, [1] p.
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Note
In black bookcloth slipcase.
System control number
  • spec recon
  • (OCoLC)ocn369436769

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