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Author: Magni, Valeriano, 1587-1661.
Title: A censure about the rule of beleefe practised by the Protestants VVritten in Latine by the most Reuerend Father Valerian Magni of Milan of the order of the Minors, of the seraphical S. Francis, named Capucins. And translated into English by R. Q. Gentleman.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A censure about the rule of beleefe practised by the Protestants VVritten in Latine by the most Reuerend Father Valerian Magni of Milan of the order of the Minors, of the seraphical S. Francis, named Capucins. And translated into English by R. Q. Gentleman.
Magni, Valeriano, 1587-1661., R. Q.,

Printed at Doway: By Laurence Kellam [the younger], at the signe of the holie Lambe, 1634.
Notes:
That Kellam is the younger is from STC.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Subject terms:
Bible -- Evidences, authority, etc. -- Early works to 1800.
Authority (Religion) -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A06740.0001.001

Contents
title page
THE PREFACE TO THE READER.
APPROBATIO.
THE FIRST CHAPTER. The question is propounded about the rule of beleefe.
THE SECOND CHAPTER. The opinion of the Biblists is propounded and seuered into certaine propositions.
Propositions.
THE THIRD CHAPTER. Necessarie consequences deduced out of the precedent propositions, out of which it is euident what à taske ech biblist is tied vnto.
The first consequence.
Proofe.
The Second consequence.
Proofe.
The Third consequence.
Proofe.
The Fourth consequence.
Proofe.
The fift consequence.
Proofe.
The sixt consequence.
Proofe.
The seuenth consequence.
Proofe.
The eight consequence.
Proofe.
The Ninth consequence.
Proofe.
The tenth consequence.
Proofe.
The eleuenth consequence.
Proofe.
THE FOVRTH CHAPTER. Other consequences be deduced vvhere by it may eui∣dently appeare vvhat meanes & helpes ech Bi∣blist may haue to ease him of this burthen & dischardge his dueties.
The first consequence.
The Second consequence.
Proofe.
The Third consequence.
Proofe.
The Fourth consequence.
Proofe.
THE FIFTH CHAPTER. Other necessarie consequences deduced, vvhence it may appeare, vvhat manner of church that of Chri∣stians is assembled together, if it be compacted as the Biblists rule of beelefe vvould haue it.
The First consequence.
Proofe.
The Second consequence.
The Third consequence.
Proofe.
The Fourth consequence.
The Fift consequence.
Proofe.
The Sixt consequence.
Proofe.
The Seuenth consequence.
Proofe.
THE SIXT CHAPTER. Other necessarie consequences be deduced, vvhence vve may gather vvhat a manner of church the church of Christ vvas from the Apostles tymes to our dayes, if it bee censured as the Biblists rule of beleefe doth sett doune.
The first consequence.
The Second consequence.
Proofe.
The Third consequence.
Proofe.
The Fourth consequence.
Proofe.
THE SEVENTH CHAPTER. The conclusion of the Author.