A Catholike confutation of M. Iohn Riders clayme of antiquitie :
and a caulming comfort against his caueat. In which is demonstrated, by assurances, euen of protestants, that al antiquitie, for al pointes of religion in controuersie, is repugnant to protestancie. Secondly, that protestancie is repugnant particularlie to al articles of beleefe. Thirdly, that puritan plots are pernitious to religion, and state. And lastly, a replye to M. Riders Rescript; with a discouerie of puritan partialitie in his behalfe /
by Henry Fitzimon of Dublin in Irland, of the Societie of Iesus, priest.
|Main Creator:||Fitzsimon, Henry, 1566-1643.|
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Printed at Roan [i.e. Douai]: [Pt. 1 by P. Auroi, pt. 2 by C. Boscard] with licence of superiours, Anno. 1608.
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A reprinting of and answer to "A friendly caveat to Irelands Catholicks" by John Rider. Part 2 prints and replies to Rider's "Rescript".
Physical description: , 394, ; , 118 p. ; 8⁰.
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