Missa triumphans, or, The triumph of the mass;
wherein all the sophistical and wily arguments of Mr de Rodon against that thrice venerable sacrifice, in his funestuous tract, by him called, The funeral of the Mass, are fully, formally, and clearly answered. Together with an appendix by way of answer to the translators preface. By F.P.M.O.P. Hib.
|Main Creator:||Collins, William, 17th cent.|
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[Louvain] : Permissu superiorum. Printed at Louain, 1675.
The epistle dedicatory to the Duchess of York signed: C.W., i.e. William Collins.
"An answer to the preface, and an appendix to this book" (caption title) has separate pagination; register is continuous.
In this edition, line 5 of title ends "ar-" and the "B" of signature-mark "B1" is under the "c" of "which".
In the same setting as Wing C5389A, but with the dedication to the duchess instead of the queen. Also includes a preface not found in C5389A, and lacks the final  pages of contents and index found in that issue.
Physical description: , 464, 48 p. ; 8vo
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed., 1994), C5389
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