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Author: Nicholls, John, 1555-1584?
Title: Iohn Niccols pilgrimage whrein [sic] is displaied the liues of the proude popes, ambitious cardinals, lecherous bishops, fat bellied monkes, and hypocriticall Iesuites.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Iohn Niccols pilgrimage whrein [sic] is displaied the liues of the proude popes, ambitious cardinals, lecherous bishops, fat bellied monkes, and hypocriticall Iesuites.
Nicholls, John, 1555-1584?

Imprinted at London: By Thomas Dawson, for Thomas Butter, and Godfrey Isaac, 1581.
Alternate titles: John Niccols pilgrimage John Niccols pilgrimage. Iohn Nichols pilgrimage. John Nichols pilgrimage.
Notes:
Signatures: * A-K L4 2L M N6 O-R.
Running title reads: Iohn Nichols pilgrimage.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Subject terms:
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A08196.0001.001

Contents
title page
Jllustrissimae, serenissimae{que} Principi, Angliae, Franciae, & Hiber∣niae Reginae, Elizabethae, fidei Catholi∣cae defensori, &c. Cum omni beatitu∣dine, salutem in Christo optimo maximo sempiternam.
To the indifferent reader.
The Argument of the Dialogue.
The first Diologue, Wherein the corrupt liues of cer∣taine Popes are discouered, who ar∣rogantly to the derogation of the diuine au∣thoritie, claime to them selues the title, and name of supreme Pastor, and chiefe head in the Church of God.
The second Dialogue. Wherein mention is made of the liues of Cardinals and Bishops &c.
The thirde Dialogue, Wherein the liues of certaine Monkes, Friers, my Ladie Nunnes, and sister Nunnes are dis∣couered.
The fourth Dialogue, Touching the hypocriticall liues of Iesnes and Theatines, who neither inhabite, nor in Ceremonies differ much the one from the other.
The fift Dialogue. Wherein the Liues of Certaine Po∣pish priestes, with their Con∣cubinesare de∣clared.
The sixt Dialogue, where∣in is laid open the dissention that hath beene in the Englishe Semi∣narie at Rome, and the orders of that Seminarie.
The seuenth Dialogue, Wherein is shewed, that the Turks & Iewes by the Popes licence, are permitted to haue their sinagogue in his vsurped king∣dome, & iurisdiction, & how he suffereth Curtezans in their filthinesse, for a yeerely tribute paid to his Treasure house, which tribute of theirs amounteth in the yeere to twentie thousande poundes.
The Papistes obiection to proue transubstantiation.
The Solution.
poem
The complaint of a sinner.
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