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A profitable dialogue for a peruerted papist. Or a little labour of a lay men
by Printed by Simon Stafford, dvvelling in the Cloth-fayre, neere the signe of the red Lion in London
Written in English
|Other titles||Profitable dialogue for a perverted Papist. Or a little labour of a lay man., Little labour of a lay man.|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 715:22.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||44|
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Get this from a library. A profitable dialogue for a peruerted papist. Or a little labour of a lay men: tending to the profit of a peruerted Papist: namely, by laying open vnto him his ovvne errour, in beleeuing that the Church of Rome cannot erre.
Composed in dialogue maner, as it were betweene a simple lay man, and certayne graue diuines, and published onely for the benefit of the lay Papist. Pope Ioane A dialogue betvveene a protestant and a papist.
Manifestly prouing, that a woman called Ioane was Pope of Rome: against the surmises and obiections made to the contrarie, by Robert Bellarmine and Cæsar Baronius Cardinals: Florimondus Ræmondus, N.D.
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Private-men no pulpit-men: or, A modest examination of lay-mens preaching. Discovering it to be neither warranted by the Word of God; nor allowed by the judgement, or practise, of the Churches of Christ in New-England. / Written by Giles Workman, M.A.
and master of the Colledge School in Gloucester. In answer to a writing published by John Knowls. Full text of "Phillip Stubbes's Anatomy of abuses in England in Shakspere's youth, A.D.
Part II: The display of corruptions requiring reformation" See other formats. Full text of "The works of Thomas Nashe; ed. from the original texts" See other formats. Of ghostes and spirites walking by nyght and of strange noyses, crackes, and sundry forewarnynges, whiche commonly happen before the death of menne, great slaughters, [and] alterations of kyngdomes.
He will lye sir, with such volubilitie, that you would thinke truth were a foole: drunkennesse is his best vertue, for he will be swine‑drunke, and in his sleepe he does little harme, saue to his bed‑cloathes about him: but they know his conditions, and lay him in straw.
I haue but little. H AD this Letter of D r. Carier beene imparted, or the drift of it onely reached to your Maiestie, it would haue deserued none other answere then your Maiesties priuate censure.
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All's Well That Ends Well - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. Sirva de ejemplo para ello el libro de Thomas Adams (autor de innumerables sermones en que avisa del peli-gro papista) titulado The souldiers honour Wherein by diuers inferences and gradations it is euinced, that the profession is iust, necessarie, and honourable: to be practised of some men, praised of.