A treatise on the government of the Church, in which the Divine Right of Episcopacy is maintained, and the doctrine of the supremacy of the Bishop of Rome proved to be contrary to the Scriptures, and writings of the Fathers of the first three hundred years after Christ. In which also several important points are explained and illustrated, viz. the unity of the Catholic Church, sin of schism, nature and vindication of the establishment and liturgy of the united Church of England & Ireland, &c. with occasional remarks on several Popish books lately published /
compiled from the most celebrated divines.
|Main Creator:||Barwick, Edward.|
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Dublin : printed by R. Smith, and sold by W. Watson, 7, Capel Street, and R. and J. Hodgson, High Street, Belfast, 1811.
Physical description: 199 p. ; 12mo.
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