Thirty plain, but sound reasons why Protestants dissent from popery :
to which is added, thirty four points, held by many papists, which were never yet rationally proved by any one of them. Therefore Protestants expect a reasonable proof of them, before they can be satisfied of the truth of them, so as to become their converts /
written in a plain and familiar style, for the instruction of the common people ...
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London : [s.n.], Printed in the year 1688.
Signatures: A-Cp4s, Dp3s.
Physical description: , 28 p. ; 21 cm. (4to)
Citations/References: Wing T918
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