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Author: Floyd, John, 1572-1649.
Title: A plea for the reall-presence. Wherein the preface of Syr Humfrey Linde, concerning the booke of Bertram, is examined and censured. Written by I.O. vnto a gentleman his friend.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A plea for the reall-presence. Wherein the preface of Syr Humfrey Linde, concerning the booke of Bertram, is examined and censured. Written by I.O. vnto a gentleman his friend.
Floyd, John, 1572-1649., Lynde, Humphrey,

[Saint-Omer: C. Boscard], VVith permission. Anno 1624.
Notes:
Attributed to John Floyd by STC.
Place of publication and printer's name from STC.
Some print show-through.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Ratramnus, -- monk of Corbie, -- d. ca. 868. -- De corpore et sanguine Domini.
Transubstantiation -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A01008.0001.001

Contents
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TO HIS MVCH HONOVRED FRIEND.
A PLEA FOR THE REALL-PRESENCE.
THE FIRST POINT. Syr Humfrey conuicted eyther of falshood or grosse ignorance a∣bout the Iury.
THE SECOND POINT. Concerning the truth of the Au∣thour, and authority of this Booke.
THE THIRD POINT. That Syr Humfrey in his trans∣latiō, hath most grossely corrup∣ted the booke of Bertram.
THE FOVRTH POINT. A grand Iury against Syr Hum∣frey, shewing the Reall presen∣ce, which he terames, a dead letter to be the doctrin of Gods holy word and the perpetull do∣ctrine of the Church.
THE FIFTH POINT. Concerning the iudgment of the Nynth Age, about the litterall sense of Christ his word, This is my Body.
Paschasius Corbeyensis, Anno 880.
2. Strabus 840.
3. Amalarius Treuirensis 830.
4. Remigius Antisiodorensis 870.
5. Hinckmarus Rhemensis 850.
6. Alcuinus 800.
7. Haymo. 820.
8. Elias Cretensis. 804.
9. Florus Magister. 860.
10. Theophilactus. 899.
11. Valafridus Strabo. 830.
12. Altercatio Synagogae & Ec∣clesie. 890.
The Councel of Nice. 796.
CONCLVSION.
Faults escaped in the Printing.