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Author: Hill, Edmund Thomas, ca. 1563-1644.
Title: A quartron of reasons of Catholike religion, with as many briefe reasons of refusall: By Tho. Hill.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A quartron of reasons of Catholike religion, with as many briefe reasons of refusall: By Tho. Hill.
Hill, Edmund Thomas, ca. 1563-1644.

Imprinted at Antwerpe [i.e. England]: [English Secret Press], with Priuiledge, 1600.
Notes:
The imprint is false; actual imprint from STC.
Title page has cut of crucifixion--STC.
Answered by STC 37 and STC 6889.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Subject terms:
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Catholic Church -- Doctrines -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A03350.0001.001

Contents
title page
A COPPY OF A LETTER SENT FROM TVVO CITIZENS of London, to theyr friend remay∣ning beyond the Seas for cause of Religion.
A COPPIE OF THE ANSWERE TO THE LET∣ter afore-going.
THE I. REASON. If the Prophecies of the Holy Bible be true, (as they be most true) then must the Re∣ligion of the Protestants needes be false.
THE II. REASON. The name of Catholikes.
THE THIRD REASON. Vnity and Consent.
THE IIII. REASON. Conuersion of Countries.
THE FIFT REASON, largenes of Dominion through the multitude of Beleeuers.
THE SIXT REASON. Miracles.
THE VII. REASON. Visions, and the gifte of Prophecie.
THE VIII. REASON. Scriptures.
THE IX. REASON. Councells.
THE X. REASON. Fathers.
THE XI. REASON. Triall of Trueth.
THE XII. REASON. The vse and custome of the Church.
THE XIII. REASON. Doctrine.
THE XV. REASON. Diuinitie.
THE XVI. REASON. Holinesse of Life.
THE XVII. REASON. Constancie in Doctrine.
THE XVIII. REASON. False Prophets and Teachers.
THE XIX. REASON. Lyars, slaunderers, & reuylers.
THE XX. REASON. Keeping in memory Gods benefits.
THE XXI. REASON. The Protestantes beginning, and proceeding against then consciences.
THE XXII. REASON. Vnreuerent dealing.
THE XXIII. REASON. Resembling in Doctrine, and deedes, old Heretikes.
THE XXIIII. REASON. Peace and tranquilitie.
THE XXV. REASON. All kind of witnesses against one and that onely in show, or in very deed none at all.
A COPIE OF ANOTHER LETTER WHICH THE TWO Cittizens of London wrote to theyr friende beyond the Seas, shortlie after that the o∣ther was sent.
AN AVNSWERE TO THE LETTER AFORE GOING.
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