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1686 Collection of Anti Catholic Pamphlets Church of England Protestant Sermons

A collection of four anti-Catholic pamphlets from around the turn of the 17th-century. These treatises are bound together as one fine tome. John Williams and Thomas Comber each wrote numerous small works and sermons promoting the Church of England and seeking to expose many of the issues to the Roman Catholic Church.

Item number: #1471

Price: $499

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anti-Catholic pamphlets

1686-1713

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•Collation complete with all pages:
oA Catechism Truly Representing the Church of Rome
♣London, Printed for Ben. Tooke, 1713.
♣[ii], 107; Signatures: A8, B4,C8, D4, E8, F4, G8, H-I4, K2
oThe Plausible Arguments of a Romish Priest Answered
♣London, Printed for R. Clavell, 1686.
♣[viii], 54, [2]; Signatures: A4, B-D8, E3
oThe Plausible Arguments of a Romish Priest from Antiquity Answered
♣London, printed for R. Clavell, 1687.
♣[viii], 52; Signatures: A-C8, D6
oPopery a Novelty
♣London, printed for Nath. Cliff, 1713.
♣[2], 32; Signatures: A-D4
•Binding: Leather; tight & secure
•Language: English
•Size: ~7.5in X 5in (19cm x 13cm)

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1686 Collection of Anti Catholic Pamphlets Church

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