The church history of England, from the year 1500, to the year 1688 :
chiefly with regard to Catholicks : being a complete account of the divorce, supremacy, dissolution of monasteries, and first attempts for a reformation under King Henry VIII., the unsettled state of the reformation under Edward VI., the interruption it met with from Queen Mary and the last hand put to it by Elisabeth : together with the various fortunes of the Catholic cause during the reign of King James I., King Charles I., King Charles II., and King James II. : particularly the lives of the most eminent Catholics, Cardinals, Bishops, Clergy ... with foundation of all the English colleges and monasteries abroad ... to which is prefixed a general history of Ecclesiastical affairs under the British, Saxon, and Norman periods.
|Main Creator:||Dodd, Charles, 1672-1743.|
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Brussels [i.e. London] : Printed in the year, 1737-42.
Anonymous. By Charles Dodd, which is a pseudonym of Hugh Tootell.
Physical description: 3v. ; fol.
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