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Author: S.N. (Sylvester Norris), 1572-1630.
Title: An antidote or treatise of thirty controuersies vvith a large discourse of the Church. In which the soueraigne truth of Catholike doctrine, is faythfully deliuered: against the pestiferous writinges of all English sectaryes. And in particuler, against D. Whitaker, D. Fulke, D. Reynolds, D. Bilson, D. Robert Abbot, D. Sparkes, and D. Field, the chiefe vpholders, some of Protestancy, some of puritanisme, some of both. Deuided into three partes. By S.N. Doctour of Diuinity. The first part.
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Print source: An antidote or treatise of thirty controuersies vvith a large discourse of the Church. In which the soueraigne truth of Catholike doctrine, is faythfully deliuered: against the pestiferous writinges of all English sectaryes. And in particuler, against D. Whitaker, D. Fulke, D. Reynolds, D. Bilson, D. Robert Abbot, D. Sparkes, and D. Field, the chiefe vpholders, some of Protestancy, some of puritanisme, some of both. Deuided into three partes. By S.N. Doctour of Diuinity. The first part.
S.N. (Sylvester Norris), 1572-1630.

[Saint-Omer: Printed at the English College Press] Permissu superiorum, M.DC.XXII. [1622]
Alternate titles: Antidote or soveraigne remedie against the pestiferous writings of all English sectaries Antidote or soveraigne remedie against the pestiferous writings of all English sectaries. Part 1-2. Antidote or treatise of thirty controversies.
Notes:
S.N. = Sylvester Norris.
Identification of printer from STC.
Part 2 has separate dated title page, pagination, and register. Variant: part 2 is a reissue of STC 18657.5, ending on p. 247. Controversies 16-17 are prefixed to it in quires 2*-5*.
Second p. 307 misnumbered 207.
With a final errata leaf.
Part 1, X1, 2H1, 2I1, and 2M1 are cancels.
The third part called for on the title page is "The guide of faith", published and listed separately (STC 18659).
The two parts originally published separately in 1615 and 1619 as: An antidote or soveraigne remedie against the pestiferous writings of all English sectaries.
Reproduction of the original in the Union Theological Seminary (New York, N.Y.). Library.
Subject terms:
Catholic Church -- Apologetic works -- Early works to 1800.
Protestantism -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A08326.0001.001

Contents
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TO THE RIGHT WORTHY STVDENTS OF THE TWO FAMOVS VNIVERSITIES, OXFORD, AND CAMBRIDGE.
THE EPISTLE TO THE READER.
THE TABLE Shewing the Controuersyes discussed, and maintained in this first Part.
THE FIRST BOOKE.
The first Controuersy.
THE SECOND BOOKE.
The ninth Controuersy.
THE THIRD BOOKE.
The tweluth Controuersy.
THE FIRST BOOKE.
THE FIRST CONTROVERSY DECLARETH, That neither the Holy Scripture by it selfe, nor by any meanes the Prote∣stants do assigne, can be Iudge of Controuersyes. AGAINST Doctour VVhitaker, Doctour Reynolds, and all other Protestants.
CHAP. I.
THE SECOND CHAPTER▪ WHEREIN All that which D. Reynolds, D. Sparkes, and M. Whitaker deuise to bolster their former, Position, is refuted.
THE SECOND CONTROVERSY. THAT All things necessary to Saluation are not contained in Scripture: AGAINST D. Reynolds, D. Bilson, & D. Field.
CHAP. I.
THE THIRD CONTROVERSY. WHEREIN The Reall Presence is maintayned, against D. Bilson, and D. Sparkes.
CHAP. I.
THE SECOND CHAPTER, IN WHICH D. Bilson, D. Sparkes, and all Sacramenta∣ries are more particulerly refelled, and other their chiefest arguments answered.
THE FOVRTH CONTROVERSY. WHEREIN s vpholden the Sacrifice of the Masse; against D. Bilson, D. Reynolds, and D. Sparkes.
CHAP. I.
THE FIFTH CONTROVERSY. WHERE IN The Communion vnder one kind, is defended, against D. Bilson, D. Fulke, and all other Protestantes.
CHAP. I.
THE SIXTH CONTROVERSY, CONVINCETH The Necessity of Confession, against D. Sparkes, and D. Fulke.
CHAP. 1.
THE SEAVENTH CONTROVERSY, Establisheth Satisfaction, against D. Field and D. Fulke.
CHAP. 1.
THE EIGHT CONTROVERSY, APPROVETH The doctrine and practise of Indulgences, against D. Fulke, and other Sectaryes.
CHAP. I.
THE SECOND BOOKE.
THE NINTH CONTROVERSY, MANIFESTETH How Christ our Sauiour performed not the office of Mediation, according to both his natures: against D. Fulke, and D. Field.
CHAP. I.
THE TENTH CONTROVERSY DEMONSTRATETH The Primacy of S. Peter: against D. Bilson, and D. Reynoldes.
CHAP. I.
THE ELEVENTH CONTROVERSY VPHOLDETH The Popes Supremay▪ against D. Bilson, and D. Reynoldes.
CHAP. I.
THE THIRD BOOKE.
THE TWELVTH CONTROVERSY FREETH The true worshippe of Saints, of their Shrines, and Reliques, from Idolatry: Agaynst D. Bilson, D. Reynoldes, and D. Fulke.
CHAP. 1.
THE THIRTEENTH CONTROVERSY PROVETH Inuocation of Saintes to be lawfull: Agaynst Doctour Reynoldes, D. Field, and D. Fulke.
CHAP. I.
THE FOVRTEENTH CONTROVERSY ESTABLISHETH The lawfull worship of Images: Agaynst D. Bilson, and D. Reynolds.
CHAP. I.
THE FIFTEENTH CONTROVERSY MAINTAINETH Purgatory, and Prayer for the Dead: agaynst D. Field, and D. Fulke.
CHAP. I.
THE SECOND CHAPTER. WHEREIN Praier for the Dead is defended, against the foresaid Doctors, M. Field, and M. Fulke.
An aduertisement.
Faultes escaped in the printing, to be corrected. In the first Part.
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THE TABLE Shevving all the Controuersies discu∣ssed and maintayned in this Second Part.
THE FOVRTH BOOKE.
The Sixteenth Controuersy.
The second Chapter of this Controuersy.
The Seauenteenth Controuersy.
The second Chapter of this Controuersy.
The Eighteenth Controuersy.
The Nineteenth Controuersy.
The Twentith Controuersy.
The one & Twentith Controuersy.
THE FIFTH BOOKE.
The two and Twentith Controuersy.
The second Chapter of this Controuersy.
The three and Twentith Controuersy.
The foure and Twentith Controuersy.
The fiue and Twentith Controuersy.
The six and Twentith Controuersy.
The seauen & Twentith Controuersy.
The second Chapter of this Controuersy.
The eight and Twentith Controuersy▪
The second Chapter of this Controuersy.
The nine and Twentith Controuersy.
The second Chapter of this Controuersy▪
The Thirtith Controuersy.
The second Chapter of this Controuersy.
THE FOVRTH BOOKE.
THE SIXTEENTH CONTROVERSY MAINTAINETH Originall sinne to be abolished by Baptisme, and Concupiscence remaining to be no sinne: against D. Whitaker, D. Field, & D. Abbot.
CHAP. I.
THE SECOND CHAPTER. IN WHICH Concupiscence is more particularly proued to be no sinne: Other obiections to the contrary an∣swered, against Doctour Whitaker, Doctour Feild, and Maister Abbots.
THE SEAVENTEENTH CONTROVERSY DEMONSTRATETH That our Iustice is inherent in vs, and not impu∣ted only: against Doctour Whitaker, Doctor Fulke, and Maister Abbot.
CHAP. I.
THE SECOND: CHAPTER: IN WHICH The former doctrine is confirmed by more reasōs, authorityes, and other obiections of our Aduersaryes refuted.
THE EIGHTEENTH CONTROVERSY. IN WHICH It is proued, that Fayth, Hope, Feare, Loue, Sor∣row &c. precede as dispositions to Iustification, in such as are arriued to the vse of Reason; against D. Fulke, and Maister Abbot.
CHAP. I.
THE NINTEENTH CONTROVERSY. DECLARETH How Fayth alone doth not iustify: against D. Whitaker, D. Feild, D. Abbot, and all Sectaryes.
CHAP. I.
THE TWENTITH CONTROVERSY, IN WHICH It is concluded, that our Iustification consisteth in the habit of Charity: against D. Abbot, D. Whitaker, and D. Fulke.
CHAP. I.
THE XXI. CONTROVERSY, IN WHICH It is discussed, how good workes do iustify: against Doctour Abbot, Doctour Whitaker, and D. Fulke.
CHAP. I.
THE FIFTH BOOKE.
THE XXII. CONTROVERSY, DISPROVETH The Protestants certainty of Saluation: against D. Whitaker, and D. Abbot.
CHAP. I.
THE SECOND CHAPTER▪ WHEREIN The former Presumption is refuted by Reason, and whatsoeuer the Aduersary obiecteth against vs, is remoued.
THE XXIII. CONTROVERSY, DECLARETH That true Fayth, or Iustice once had, may be lost: against D. Whitaker, D. Fulke, and D. Abbot.
CHAP. I.
THE XXIIII. CONTROVERSY, AVOVVETH Freewill, against D. Fulke, and D. Whitaker.
CHAP. I.
THE XXV. CONTROVERSY, SHEWETH The cooperation of Free-will to our conuersion and to workes of Piety; against D. Whita∣ker, D. Fulke, and M. White.
CHAP. I.
THE SIXTH BOOKE.
THE XXVI. CONTROVERSY, WHEREIN Is taught, that the Faithfull by the help of Gods grace do some works so perfect & intierly good, as they truly please the diuine Maieysty: a∣gainst Doctour Whitaker, Doctour Fulke, and Doctour Abbot.
CHAP. I.
THE XXVII. CONTROVERSY, WHEREIN Our good workes are acquitted from the spottes of sinne: against Doctour Whitaker, Doctour Fulke, and Doctour Abbot.
CHAP. I.
THE SECOND CHAPTER, IN WHICH The same is warranted by the Fathers: the ob∣iections answered: & the vnuoluntary mo∣tions of Concupiscence dischar∣ged of sinne.
THE XXVIII: CONTROVERSY, ESTABLIHSETH The possibility of keeping Gods Law: against Doctour Whitaker, Doctour Fulke, and Doctour Abbot
CHAP. I.
THE SECOND CHAPTER; IN WHICH The possibility of keeping the Law is maintay∣ned, by other reasons: and obiections answered.
THE XXIX. CONTROVERSY DEFENDETH God, from being Authour of sinne: against Do∣ctour Fulke, and his Companions.
CHAP. I.
THE SECOND CHAPTER, IN WHICH Some other Heresies are comprehended, and our Sectaries cheife obiections fully answered.
THE XXX. CONTROVERSY, IN WHICH The Merit of Good VVorkes is supported: Against Doctour Abbot, and Doctour Fulke.
CHAP. I.
THE SECOND CHAPTER, IN WHICH The same is strengthned by other reasons & au∣thorities: and the Obiections satisfied.
An Aduertisement.
Faultes escaped in the printing, to be corrected. In the second Part.