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Author: Owen, Jane, of God-stow.
Title: Antidote against purgatory. Or discourse, wherein is shewed that good-workes, and almes-deeds, performed in the name of Christ, are a chiefe meanes for the preuenting, or migatating the torments of purgatory. Written by that vertuous, and rightworthy gentle-woman (the honour of her sexe for learning in England) Ms. Iane Owen, late of God-stow, in Oxfordshire, deceased, and now published after her death.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Antidote against purgatory. Or discourse, wherein is shewed that good-workes, and almes-deeds, performed in the name of Christ, are a chiefe meanes for the preuenting, or migatating the torments of purgatory. Written by that vertuous, and rightworthy gentle-woman (the honour of her sexe for learning in England) Ms. Iane Owen, late of God-stow, in Oxfordshire, deceased, and now published after her death.
Owen, Jane, of God-stow.

[Saint-Omer: English College Press], Printed M.DC.XXXIIII. [1634]
Notes:
Place of publication and printer from STC.
Some print show-through; some pages marked and stained.
Reproduction of original in the Bodleian Library.
Subject terms:
Salvation -- Early works to 1800.
Purgatory -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A08680.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE VVORTHY AND CONSTANT CATHOLICKES OF ENGLAND: And more particularly, to such, who be of the best temporall Meanes.
The Contents of the se∣uerall Sections en∣suing.
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tract
Of the inexplicable paynes of Purgatory, and of other Cir∣cumstances accompanying the same; translated out of the spi∣ritual Booke of Cardinall Bel∣larmine, entituled: De ge∣mitu Columbae. lib. 2. ca. 9. THE I. SECTION.
The discourse of Cardinall Bel∣larmine, touching the inex∣plicable paynes of Purga∣tory.
Of the meanes to auoyde, at least to mitigate, the paynes of Purgatory. SECT. II.
A Persuasory Discourse for the putting in practise the meanes (which are good Workes) for the auoyding of the paynes of Purgatory. SECT. III.
Certaine examples of good works to be practised, for the auoy∣ding of Purgatory, propoun∣ded by the Authour of this Treatise. SECT. IV.