A Treatise of equivocation :
wherein is largely discussed the question whether a Catholicke or any other person before a magistrate beyng demaunded uppon his oath whether a Preiste were in such a place, may (notwthstanding his perfect knowledge to the contrary) wthout periury and securely in conscience answere, No, wth this secreat meaning reserued in his mynde, that he was not there so that any man is bounde to detect it /
edited [from a MS. in the Bodleian Library] by David Jardine.
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London : Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1851.
Edited from an anonymous manuscript in the Bodleian Library at Oxford, first written between 1592 and 1595, with its t.p. subsequently altered from "A treatise of equivocation" to "A treatise against lying and fraudulent dissimulation."
Includes bibliographical references.
Physical description: xxxii, 107 p. ; 18 cm.
Other title: Treatise against lying and fraudulent dissimulation
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