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Author: Univocè-catholicus.
Title: Lucta Iacobi: or, A bonefire for His Maiesties double deliuerie, from the deluge in Perth, the 5. of August, 1600. And the doomesday of Britaine, the 5. of Nouember. 1605. Seene and allowed.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Lucta Iacobi: or, A bonefire for His Maiesties double deliuerie, from the deluge in Perth, the 5. of August, 1600. And the doomesday of Britaine, the 5. of Nouember. 1605. Seene and allowed.
Univocè-catholicus.

London: Printed by T[homas] C[reede] for William Welby, and are to be sold at his shop in Pauls Churchyard, at the signe of the Gray-hound, 1607.
Alternate titles: Lucta Jacobi Lucta Jacobi: or, A bonefire for His Majesties double deliverie, from the deluge in Perth, the 5. of August, 1600. And the doomesday of Britaine, the 5. of November. 1605. Bonefire for His Majesties double deliverie, from the deluge in Perth, the 5. of August, 1600. And the doomesday of Britaine, the 5. of November. 1605. Diluge of Perth, and the doomesday of Britaine.
Notes:
Dedication signed: Vniuocè-catholicus.
Printer's name from STC.
Running title reads: The diluge of Perth, and the doomesday of Britaine.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
James, -- I, -- King of England, -- 1566-1625.
Gunpowder Plot, 1605 -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A04317.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE MOST happie Prince, IAMES the first, by the grace of God, King of Great Britaine, France and Ireland, &c.
TO BOTH SORTS, as well Vniuo-catholique, as Aequiuo-catholique Readers.
Errata.
LVCTA IACOBI: OR, Iacobs VVrestling.
Protasis, or Proposition.
Apodosis, or Application.
Protasis, or Proposition.
Apodosis, or Application.
Protasis, or Proposition.
Apodosis, or Application.
Protasis, or Proposition.
Apodosis, or Application.
Protasis, or Proposition.
Apodosis, or Application.
Protasis, or Proposition.
Apodosis, or Application.
Protasis, or Proposition.
Apodosis, or Application.
Their Dissimilitudes.
Protasis, or Proposition.
Apodosis, or Application.
The Preperation to the VVrastling.
Protasis, or Proposition.
Apodosis, or Application.
The Dissimilitudes of of those Iacobs in their Preparation.
Protasis, or Proposition. 1.
Apodosis, or Application. 1.
Protasis, or Proposition. 2.
Apodosis, or Application. 2.
Protasis, or Proposition. 3.
Apodosis, or Application. 3.
Followeth the Comparison of the Esaues. First, a Simili.
Protasis, or Proposition. 1.
Apodosis, or Application. 1.
Protasis, or Proposition. 2.
Apodosis, or Application. 2.
Similitudes of our Iacobs, Esaus a∣mongst themselues.
Answers for Iacob.
Protasis, or Proposition.
Apodosis, or Application.
Protasis, or Proposition.
Apodosis, or Application.
Protasis, or Proposition.
Apodosis, or Application.
And when Iacob was left alone, &c.
The differences of the VVrastlings.
Protasis, or Proposition. 1.
Apodosis, or Application. 1.
Protasis, or Proposition. 2.
Apodosis, or Application. 2.
Protasis, or Proposition. 3.
Apodosis, or Application. 3.
And he saw that he could not preuaile against him; therefore he touched the hollow of his thigh.
Protasis, or Proposition.
Apodosis, or Application.
And the man (or God in the forme of man) said, Let me goe, for the day appeareth: but hee said, I wil not let thee goe, except thou blesse me.
Protasis, or Proposition. 1.
Apodosis, or Application. 1.
Then he saide (to Iacob) what is thy name? who answered, Iacob. And hee said, thou shalt bee called Iacob no more, but Israel: for since thou hast had power with God, thou shalt also pre∣uaile amongst men.
Protasis, or Proposition.
Apodosis, or Application.
And Iacob, called the name of the place Peniel: for (said he) I haue seene God.
Protasis, or Proposition.
Apodosis, or Application.
Then Iacob saide vnto his houshold, and vnto all that were with him: Put away the strange gods that are among you.
Antitheses for the people.