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Author: Middleton, William, d. 1613.
Title: Papisto-mastix, or The protestants religion defended. Shewing briefely when the great compound heresie of poperie first sprange; how it grew peece by peece till Antichrist was disclosed; how it hath been consumed by the breath of Gods mouth: and when it shall be cut downe and withered. By William Middleton Bachelor of Diuinitie, and minister of Hardwicke in Cambridge-shire.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Papisto-mastix, or The protestants religion defended. Shewing briefely when the great compound heresie of poperie first sprange; how it grew peece by peece till Antichrist was disclosed; how it hath been consumed by the breath of Gods mouth: and when it shall be cut downe and withered. By William Middleton Bachelor of Diuinitie, and minister of Hardwicke in Cambridge-shire.
Middleton, William, d. 1613.

At London: Printed by T[homas] P[urfoot] for Arthur Iohnson, and are to be sold at his shop neere the great north dore of Paules, at the signe of the white Horse, 1606.
Alternate titles: Papisto-mastix Protestants religion defended. Answere to a popish dialogue, between a papist and a protestant.
Notes:
Printer's name from STC.
Running title reads: An answere to a popish dialogue, between a papist and a protestant.
Reproduction of the original in Cambridge University Library.
Subject terms:
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A07529.0001.001

Contents
title page
Venerabili viro D. Humfredo Ten∣dallo Collegij Reginalis apud Can∣tabrigienses Magistro, reliquis{que} socijs eiusdem Collegij amicis & fratri∣bus in Domino obseruandis.
epigraphs
The Fore-speech of Master I. S. to the Author.
The Authors Answere.
The Praeface to the godly Christi∣an Reader.
The Contents.
A BRIEFE ANSVVERE to a Popish Dialogue between two Gentlemen; the one a Papist, the other a Protestant.
The Dialogue. Sectio I.
The Answere.
The Dialogue. Sectio II.
The Answere.
The Dialogue. Sestio. III. Tradition.
The Answere.
The Dialogue. Sectio IIII.
The Answere.
The Dialogue. Sectio. V.
The Answere.
The Dialogue. Sectio VI. Prayer for the dead.
The Answere.
The Dialogue. Sectio VII.
The Answere.
The Dialogue. Sectio. VIII.
The Answere.
The Dialogue. Sectio IX.
The Answere.
The Dialogue. Sectio. X.
The Answere.
The Dialogue. Sectio XI. Purgatorie.
The Answere.
The Dialogue. Sectio XII.
The Answere.
The Dialogue. Sectio XIII.
The Answere.
The Dialogue. Sectio XIIII.
The Answere.
The Dialogue. Sectio XV. Transubstantiation.
The Answere.
The Dialogue. Sectio XVI.
The Answere.
The Dialogue. Sectio XVII.
The Answere.
The Dialogue. Sectio XVIII.
The Answere.
The Dialogue. Sectio XIX. Prayers to Saints.
The Answere.
The Dialogue. Sectio XX. Vowes of Chastitie and marriage of Priests.
The Answere.
The Dialogue. Sectio XXI.
The Answere.
The Dialogue. Sectio XXII.
The Answere.
The Dialogue. Sectio XXIII.
The Answere.
The Dialogue. Sectio XXIIII.
The Answere.
The Dialogue. Sectio XXV. Free-will.
The Answere.
The Dialogue. Sectio XXI. The doctrine of the keyes.
The Answere.
The Dialogue. Sectio XXVII.
The Answere.
poems of acknowledgment
Paraeneticum carmen Authoris, ad Magi∣strum▪ I. S.
Eiusdem conclusio ad D. Doctorem Grimston medicum praestantissimum.