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Author: Ormerod, Oliver, 1580?-1626.
Title: The picture of a papist: or, A relation of the damnable heresies, detestable qualities, and diabolicall practises of sundry hereticks in former ages, and of the papists in this age. Where in is plainly shewed, that there is scarse any heresie which the auncient Church knew, and withal condemned to the pit of hell, which the Romish Church hath not raked vp againe, and propounded to the world with new varnish and fresh colours. Together with a discourse of the late treason, and of the late execution of some of the traitors ... Written to stop the mouthes of those, that complaine of rigour, and scandalize the state of cruelty, in their iust seueritie. Whereunto is annexed a certain treatise, intituled Pagano-pagismus: wherein is prooued by irrefragable demonstrations, that papisme is flat paganisme: and that the papists doe resemble the very pagans, in aboue seuenscore seuerall things.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The picture of a papist: or, A relation of the damnable heresies, detestable qualities, and diabolicall practises of sundry hereticks in former ages, and of the papists in this age. Where in is plainly shewed, that there is scarse any heresie which the auncient Church knew, and withal condemned to the pit of hell, which the Romish Church hath not raked vp againe, and propounded to the world with new varnish and fresh colours. Together with a discourse of the late treason, and of the late execution of some of the traitors ... Written to stop the mouthes of those, that complaine of rigour, and scandalize the state of cruelty, in their iust seueritie. Whereunto is annexed a certain treatise, intituled Pagano-pagismus: wherein is prooued by irrefragable demonstrations, that papisme is flat paganisme: and that the papists doe resemble the very pagans, in aboue seuenscore seuerall things.
Ormerod, Oliver, 1580?-1626.

At London: Printed [by R. Bradock] for Nathaniel Fosbrooke, and are to be sold at his shop, at the west end of Paules, 1606.
Alternate titles: Picture of a papist Relation of the damnable heresies, detestable qulities, and diabolicall practises of sundry hereticks in former ages, and of the Papists in this age. Pagano-papismus.
Notes:
Dedication signed: Oliuer Ormerod.
Printer's name from STC.
"Pagano-papismus" (caption title) has separate register and pagination.
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/A08531.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Right Honourable, right vertuous, and most truelye religions Earle, Robert, Earle of Salisbury: principall Secretary to the Kings Maiesty, Master of the Wards and Lineries, one of his Highnes most honourable pri••e Counsale, and Chancellor of the samous Vniuer∣sitie of Cambridge.
To all fauourites of the Romish faith and faction, peace and truth.
To the gentle Readers, and to the byting Censurers.
A Post-script.
The Picture of a Papist: OR A Relation of the damnable heresies, dete∣stable qualities, and diabolicall practises of sundrie heretikes in former ages, and of the Papistes in this age: compiled in forme of a Dialogue, or conference betweene a Minister and a Recuant.
The first Dialogue.
The second Dialogue.
The second Dialogue.
The fourth Dialogue
The fifth Diologue.
Pagano-Papismus: OR, A Discouery of Popish Paganisme: wherein is plainelie shewed that the Papistes doo resemble the idolatrous Heathen in aboue sixscore particulars: and that in many things they are worse then they, and are whollye departed from the very principles of Philosophy, rea∣son, and outward sence: made Dialogue-wise in a most plaine and familiar manner.
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