|Author:||Musket, George, 1583-1645.|
|Title:||The Bishop of London his legacy. Or certaine motiues of D. King, late Bishop of London, for his change of religion, and dying in the Catholike, and Roman Church. VVith a conclusion to his bretheren, the LL. Bishops of England.|
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The Bishop of London his legacy. Or certaine motiues of D. King, late Bishop of London, for his change of religion, and dying in the Catholike, and Roman Church. VVith a conclusion to his bretheren, the LL. Bishops of England.
Musket, George, 1583-1645.
[Saint-Omer: English College Press] Permissu superiorum, M.DC.XXIII 
|Alternate titles:||Bishop of London his legacy Bishop of London his legacy. Or certaine motives of D. King, late Bishop of London, for his change of religion, and dying in the Catholike, and Roman Church. Certaine motives of D. King, late Bishop of London, for his change of religion, and dying in the Catholike, and Roman Church.|
Anonymous. By George Musket.
Pages 37, 62, 146 and 161 misnumbered 73, 26, 246 and 561.
Place of publication and printer's name from STC.
A variant (STC 18306) has imprint date 1624.
Some print faded and show-through.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
King, John, -- 1559?-1623 -- Early works to 1800.
AN ADVERTISMENT OF THE PVBLISHER OF THIS TREATISE to the Reader.
THE EPISTLE TO THE READER.
THE CONTENTES OF THE SEVERALL MOTIVES OF THIS TREATISE.
THE BISHOP OF LONDON HIS LEGACY.
THE 1. MOTIVE. That the priuate Spirit is the chiefe supporter of Protestancy.
THE II. MOTIVE That the Prophesyes of Scripture confirme the Catholike Religion, and refute Protestancy.
THE III. MOTIVE. That generall Councells, confirming Catholike Religion, are reiected by Protestants.
THE IIII. MOTIVE. That the Fathers of the Primitiue Church (as Patrons of Papistry) are reiected by the Protestants.
THE V. MOTIVE. That the articles of Protestancy are particulerly condemned for Heresyes, by the auncient Fathers. And that all Protestants ori∣ginally came out of the Catholyke Church.
THE VI. MOTIVE, That true Miracles haue been wrought for proofe of the Catholyke Religion; but not any for Protestancy.
THE VII. MOTIVE. Absurdityes in the Protestants Religion.
THE VIII. MOTIVE. Deceites and sleights practised by Protestant VVryters.
THE IX. MOTIVE. That the doctrine of Catholike Religion, tendes directly to vertue; of Protestancy, to vice and Liberty.
THE X. MOTIVE. That Luther and Caluin are cheife Patrones of Arianisme; and therefore in other poynts of fayth are not to be followed.
THE XI. MOTIVE. That there is vnity in Faith in Catholike Reli∣gion; and disagreements in fayth in Protestancy.
THE XII. MOTIVE. That Saluation may be had in Catholyke Reli∣gion, by the confession of Protestants.
THE CONCLVSION TO MY DEARE, AND REVEREND BRETHREN, THE LORDES ARCH-BISHOPS AND BISHOPS OF ENGLAND.