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Author: Jacob, Henry, 1563-1624.
Title: A defence of the churches and ministery of Englande. Written in two treatises, against the reasons and obiections of Maister Francis Iohnson, and others of the separation commonly called Brownists. Published, especially, for the benefitt of those in these partes of the lowe Countries.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A defence of the churches and ministery of Englande. Written in two treatises, against the reasons and obiections of Maister Francis Iohnson, and others of the separation commonly called Brownists. Published, especially, for the benefitt of those in these partes of the lowe Countries.
Jacob, Henry, 1563-1624.

Middelburgh: By Richard Schilders, printer to the states of Zealand, 1599.
Alternate titles: Against the assumption of the said argument, Mr Iohnson made 32. exceptions and 9. reasons. Short treatise concerning the truenes of a pastorall calling in pastors made by prælates. Against the assumption of the said argument, Mr Johnson made 32. exceptions and 9. reasons.
Notes:
The name of the author, Henry Jacob, appears throughout the book.
"Against the assumption of the said argument, Mr Iohnson made 32. exceptions and 9. reasons .." (caption title) begins new pagination on A1r; "A short treatise concerning the truenes of a pastorall calling in pastors made by prælates" has separate dated title page but pagination and register are continuous.
P. 86-92 misnumbered 85, 86, 39, 90, 89, 90, 93.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Subject terms:
Johnson, Francis, -- 1562-1618 -- Controversial literature.
Church of England -- Apologetic works.
Brownists -- Controversial literature.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A04215.0001.001

Contents
title page
THE PVBLISHER TO THE CHRISTIAN READER.
AN ARGVMENT PROVING THAT the Churches of England are the true Churches of God.
Against the Assumption of the said Argument, Mr Iohnson made 3. Exceptions and 9. Reasons, which hereafter follow in order: Together with Mr Iacobs Replies vnto the same.
Fr. IOHNSON.
H. IACOB.
Fr. IOHNSON.
H. IACOB.
Maister Iohnsons I. Exception against the former Assumption: with Maister Iacobs Replies to the same. EXCEPTION. I.
H. IACOB his I. Reply to the 1. Excep.
F. IOHNSON his Defence of his 1. Excep.
H. IACOB his 2. Reply to the 1. Excep.
Maister Iohnsons 2. Exception against the former Assumption, with Maister Iacobs Replies to the same. EXCEPTION 2.
H. JACOB his 1. Reply to the 2. Excep.
F. IOHNSON his Defence of his 2. Excep.
H. IACOB his 2. Reply to the 2. Except.
Maister IOHNSONS 3. Exception against the former Assumption: with Maister IACOBS Replies to the same. EXCEPTION 3.
H. IACOB his 1. Reply to the 3. Excep.
F. IOHNSON his Defence of his 3. Excep.
H. IACOB his 2. Reply to the 3. Exception.
Mr Iohnsons I. REASON against the former Assumption: with Mr Iacobs Replies to the same.
H. IACOB his 1. Reply to the 1. Reason.
F. IOHNSON his Defence of his 1. Reason.
H. JACOB his 2. Reply vnto the 1. Reason.
Maister IOHNSONS II. Reason against the former Assumption: with Maister IACOBS Replies to the same. REASON II.
H. JACOB his 1. Replie to the 2. Reason.
F. IOHNSON his Defence of his 2. Reason.
H. IACOB his 2 Reply to the 2. Reason.
Maister IOHNSONS III. Reason against the former Assumption: with Maister IACOBS Replies to the same. REASON III.
H. IACOB his I. Reply to the 3. Reason.
F. IOHNSON his Defence of his 3. Reason.
H. IACOB his II. Reply to the 3. Reason.
Maister IOHNSONS IIII. Reason against the former Assumption: with Maister IACOBS Replies to the same. REASON IIII.
H. IACOB his 1. Reply to the 4. Reason.
F. JOHNSON his Defence of his 4. Reason.
H. IACOB his 2. Reply to the 4. Reason.
Maister IOHNSONS V. Reason against the former Assumption: with Maister IACOBS Replies to the same. REASON V.
H. JACOB his 1. Replie to the 5. Reason.
F. IOHNSON his Defence of his 5. Reason.
H. JACOB his 2. Reply to the 5. Reason.
Maister IOHNSONS VI. Reason against the former Assumption: with Maister IACOBS Replies to the same. REASON VI.
H. JOCOB his 1. Reply to the 6. Reason.
F. IOHNSON his Defence of his 6. Reason.
H. JACOB his 2. Reply to the 6. Reason.
Maister IOHNSONS VII. Reason against the for∣mer Assumption: with Maister IACOBS Replies to the same. REASON VII.
H. IACOB his 1. Reply to the 7. Reason.
F. IOHNSON his Defence of his 7. Reason.
H. JACOB his 2. Reply to the 7. Reason.
Maister IOHNSONS VIII. Reason against the former Assumption: with Maister IACOBS Replies to the same. REASON VIII.
H. IACOB his 1. Reply to the 8. Reason.
F. IOHNSON his Defence of his 8. Reason.
H. JACOB his 2. Reply to the 8. Reason.
Maister IOHNSONS IX. Reason against the former Assumption: with Maister IACOBS Replies to the same. REASON IX.
H. IACOB his 1. Reply to the 9. Reason.
F. IOHNSON his Defence of his 9. Reason.
H. IACOB his 2. Reply to the 9. Reason.
title page
An Argument, shewing the trunes of a Pastorall calling in Pastors made by Prelates: Taken from a fami∣liar comparison, gathered out of the con∣fessions of Maister Iohnson and others of the separation aforesaid.
Against the said Argument, were brought Seauen Reasons by Maister Iohnson and others: which doe here∣after follow, togeather with Maister Iacobs Replies to the same.
REASON. I.
H. Iacob
REASON. II.
H. Iacob
REASON. III.
H. Iacob
REASON. IIII.
H. Iacob
REASON. V.
H. Iacob
REASON. VI.
H. Iacob
REASON. VII.
H. Iacob