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Author: Nicholls, John, 1555-1584?
Title: The oration and sermon made at Rome by commaundement of the foure cardinalles, and the Dominican inquisitour, vpon paine of death. By Iohn Nichols, latelie the Popes scholler. Which sermon and oration was presented before the Pope and his cardinalles in his Consistorie, the xxvij. day of Maie. 1578. and remaineth there registred. Now by him brought into the English tongue, for the great comfort and commoditie of all faithfull Christians. Heerin also is aunswered an infamous libell, maliciouslie written and cast abroad, against the saide Iohn Nichols, with a sufficient discharge of himselfe from all the Papists lying reports, and his owne life both largelie and amplie discouered.
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The oration and sermon made at Rome by commaundement of the foure cardinalles, and the Dominican inquisitour, vpon paine of death. By Iohn Nichols, latelie the Popes scholler. Which sermon and oration was presented before the Pope and his cardinalles in his Consistorie, the xxvij. day of Maie. 1578. and remaineth there registred. Now by him brought into the English tongue, for the great comfort and commoditie of all faithfull Christians. Heerin also is aunswered an infamous libell, maliciouslie written and cast abroad, against the saide Iohn Nichols, with a sufficient discharge of himselfe from all the Papists lying reports, and his owne life both largelie and amplie discouered.
Nicholls, John, 1555-1584?

Imprinted at London: By Iohn Charlewood, seruant to the right honourable, the Earle of Arundell, [1581]
Notes:
Signatures: [par] A2 B-O P4 [chi]1.
Reproduction of the original in the Folger Shakespeare Library.
Subject terms:
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A08197.0001.001

Contents
title page
coat of arms
Augustissimae serenissimae{que} Principi, cunctis honoris disseminati dispersíque ser∣monis celsissimae sedis dignitatis, summae amplitudinis at{que} amplissimorum graduum maiestatis titulis dignissimae, Elizabethae Dei gratia, Angliae, Franciae, et Hiberniae Reginae, Ca∣tholicae et Christianae fidei notis veritatis inustae, inclytissimae conser∣uatrici, clarissimae fautrici, atque nobilissimae patronae, clauum huius nostri Anglicani Regni, terrae vndique aquis cinctae, iure rectéque tenenti, cùm in causis ecclesiasticis, tùm in temporalibus, summum in hac vita splendorem, bonorum subditorum circumfluens incre∣mentum, praeclaram et triumphantem in hostes victoriam atque tropheum, splendidum aeternae beatitudinis diadema, in Christi denique regno vitae perennitatem, atque gloriae haud fluxae et interiturae splendidam et ra∣diantem coronam.
To the courteous and wel disposed Reader.
To the worshipfull com∣panie, of Merchant Aduenturers, at Emden, and at Antwerp, grace, and peace from God the Father, and from our Lord Iesus Christ. Amen.
The Oration made at Roome, before the fowre Cardinalles of the Inquisition, and the Dominican Inquisitour, presented also before the Pope, the .xxvii. day of May. 1578.
❧ A Sermon made at Roome against the Pope, in the yeere of our Lord. 1578. the .xxvi. daie of May, and presented before the Pope in his Consistorie, the .xxvii. day of that Moneth.
Of the erronious, hippocriticall, and false Church of Roome.
¶ Of the infallible, perfect ground, and sufficiencie of the Scriptures, to the eternall comfort and consolation of all true Christians, and vtter confusion of the Pope, and all his adherentes.
¶ Of auricular Confession.
¶ Of Faith.
¶ Of Free wyll.
¶ Against Purgatorie, and pray∣ing for the dead.
¶ Of the Supper of the Lord.
Against mennes Merites and righteousnesse.
Liuoris et maleuolentiae Papi∣starum, breuis atque dilucida narratio, et explicatio.
A confutation of the Oration made before the 4. Cardinalles, and the dominican Inquisitor.
❧ Vtilis et pia precatio, ab omnibus Christianis dici digna, mané atque vesperì.