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Author: John of the Crosse, a Catholique gentleman.
Title: The Catholique iudge: or A moderator of the Catholique moderator. Where in forme or manner of a plea or suite at law, the differences betweene those of the Reformed Church, and them of the Romish Church are decided; and without partialitie is shewed which is the true religion and catholique Church, for the instruction of either partie. Together with eight strong arguments or reasons, why the Popes cannot be competent iudges in these controversies. Written in the Dutch and French tongue, by Iohn of the Crosse, a Catholique gentleman. Translated out of French into English, by the right worshipfull and learned Knight Sir A.A.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The Catholique iudge: or A moderator of the Catholique moderator. Where in forme or manner of a plea or suite at law, the differences betweene those of the Reformed Church, and them of the Romish Church are decided; and without partialitie is shewed which is the true religion and catholique Church, for the instruction of either partie. Together with eight strong arguments or reasons, why the Popes cannot be competent iudges in these controversies. Written in the Dutch and French tongue, by Iohn of the Crosse, a Catholique gentleman. Translated out of French into English, by the right worshipfull and learned Knight Sir A.A.
John of the Crosse, a Catholique gentleman., A., A.,

London: Printed by I[ohn] D[awson] for Robert Mylbourne; and are to be sold at his shop, at the great south-doore of Pauls, 1623.
Alternate titles: Catholique judge Moderator of the Catholique moderator. Catholique judge: or A moderator of the Catholique moderator.
Notes:
Dutch original not traced.
Printer's name from STC.
Variant: imprint has misprint "Mylborne".
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A04528.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO MONSIVER NICHO∣LAS MALAYR, LORD OF TVT. &c.
To the Christian Reader.
A Register of the Authors titled in this Treatise, for the better confirmation of the Truth.
THE CATHOLIKE IVDGE. All yee people and inhabitants of the world that loue the truth in sinceritie of heart, be attentiue and giue eare, for behold a great and most im∣portant cause is to be tried.
The differences of the reformed Christians, and the Catho∣like Romanes touching the principall points of Religion.
Eight reasons why the Popes cannot be competent Iudges of Religion.
Irreligion the first cause of refusall diuided into three reasons.
Tyranny the second cause of refusall.
Ten reasons by which it is proved, that the donation of Constantine the Great, is false and coun∣terfeit.
Corruption of Religion the third cause of refusall.
Sacriledge the fourth cause of refusall.
Treason the fift cause of refusall.
Perfidiousnesse the sixt reason of refusall.
Antichristianisme the seventh cause of refusall.
The villanies of the Popes the eight cause of refusall.