Errata of the Protestant Bible: or The truth of the English translations examined: :
in a treatise, showing some of the errors that are to be found in the English translations of the Sacred Scriptures, used by Protestants, against such points of religious doctrine as are the subject of controversy between them and the members of the Catholic Church. : In which also, from their mistranslating the twenty-third verse of the fourteenth chapter of the Acts of the Apostles, the consecration of Doctor Matthew Parker, the first Protestant Archbishop of Canterbury, is occasionally considered. /
By Thomas Ward, author of the celebrated poem, entitled "England's Reformation." ; [Five lines from Revelations]
|Main Creator:||Ward, Thomas, 1652-1708.|
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[Philadelphia] : London, printed in the year 1688; and Philadelphia re-printed for Eugene Cummisky [i.e., Cummiskey], no. 182, North Fourth Street., 1824.
|Edition:||A new edition, carefully revised and corrected.|
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Published also under title: Errata to the Protestant Bible.
Reprint of edition first published in London in 1688.
Physical description: xvi, 95,  p. ; 22 cm.
Citations/References: Shoemaker 19183
Citations/References: Parsons, W. Catholic Americana, 846
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