A treatise of religion and government :
with reflections upon the cause and cure of Englands late distempers and present dangers. By Peter Talbot Archbishop of Dublin and Primate of Ireland. The argument. Whether Protestancy be less dangerous to the soul, or more advantagious to the state, then the Roman Catholick religion? The conclusion. That piety and policy are mistaken in promoting Protestancy, and persecuting Popery by penal and sanguinary laws. Permssu [sic] superiorum.
|Main Creator:||Talbot, Peter, 1620-1680.|
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[London] : s.n.], Printed anno Domini M DC LXX. 
Place of publication from Wing T118.
With marginal notes.
"The summe of this treatise containing the substance of every section. ..." (caption title) begins new pagination on leaf 4H4r.
P. 32 (second sequence) is misnumbered 34.
Physical description: , 614, 34 [i.e. 32],  p. ; 4to
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