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Author: Price, Daniel, 1581-1631.
Title: The defence of truth against a booke falsely called The triumph of truth sent over from Arras A.D. 1609. By Humfrey Leech late minister. Which booke in all particulars is answered, and the adioining motiues of his revolt confuted: by Daniell Price, of Exeter Colledge in Oxford, chaplaine in ordinary to the most high and mighty, the Prince of Wales.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The defence of truth against a booke falsely called The triumph of truth sent over from Arras A.D. 1609. By Humfrey Leech late minister. Which booke in all particulars is answered, and the adioining motiues of his revolt confuted: by Daniell Price, of Exeter Colledge in Oxford, chaplaine in ordinary to the most high and mighty, the Prince of Wales.
Price, Daniel, 1581-1631., Leech, Humphrey, 1571-1629.

At Oxford: Printed by Joseph Barnes, 1610.
Notes:
A reprinting of and reply to: Leech, Humphrey. A triumph of truth.
With a dedication to Henry Frederick, Prince of Wales. Variant: dedication is to Thomas Egerton, Baron Ellesmere.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Subject terms:
Leech, Humphrey, -- 1571-1629. -- Triumph of truth -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Evangelical counsels -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A10046.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE MOST ILLVSTRI∣OVS PRINCE HENRY, PRINCE of Wales, Duke of Cornwaile, and Earle of Chester, the confluence of those choise blessings Peace, Grace, and Glory.
commentary
ANSWERE TO THE EPISTLE.
THE PREFACE VNTO the whole discourse.
Mr LEECH his Title. A TRIVMPH OF TRVTH.
part 1
Mr LEECH. CHAP. 1.
Mr LEECH. CHAP. 2.
Mr LEECH. CHAPT. 3.
CHAP. 4. Mr LEECH.
CHAP. 5. Mr LEECH.
CHAP. 6. Mr LEECH.
CHAP. 7. Mr LEECH.
Mr LEECH. THE SERMON PREACHED IN defence of EVANGELICALL COVN∣SAILES, and the Fathers.
CHAP. 8. Mr LEECH.
Mr LEECH. THE SECOND PART CONTAI∣ning the irregular, and violent processe of the Vice-chancellour, and his complices against me, and the former doctrine. VVherein the Reader may excellently discerne the nature of here∣sie, and the condition of Here∣tickes, as in a perfit glasse. {inverted ⁂}
A TRIVMPH OF TRVTH. OR DECLARATION OF THE DOC∣TRINE CONCERNING EVANGELICAL COVNSAILES;
Mr LEECH. CHAP. 2.
Mr LEECH. CHAP. 3.
CHAP. 4. Mr LEECH.
CHAP. 5. Mr LEECH.
CHAP. 6. Mr LEECH.
CHAP. 7. Mr LEECH.
THE THIRD PART CONTAI∣ning 12. Motiues, which perswaded me to embrace the Catholicke Religion. Briefely, and naturally deriued out of the premises. {inverted ⁂}
Mr LEECH. To the conscionable, and Inge∣nious Reader.
Mr LEECH. The First motive. The Protestants admit not a triall of their Religion, by the testimony of the Fa∣thers; whatsoever they pretend to the contrary.
Mr LEECH. The second Motiue. The Protestants preferre their Reformed Congregations, before the ancient Catholique Church.
Mr LEECH. The third Motiue. The Protestants brand the Catholique do∣ctrine with the name of Popery.
Mr LEECH. The fourth Motiue. The Protestants subvert the truest meanes of piety, and perfection.
Mr LEECH. The fift Motiue. The Protestants corrupt the holy scripture in defence of their opinions.
Mr LEECH. The sixt Motiue. The Protestantes are Iovinianists, and therefore Heretiques, and not Catholiques, even for this cause.
Mr LEECH. The seauenth Motiue. The Protestants accommodate their Re∣ligion vnto the state, and pre∣sent time.
Mr LEECH. The eight Motiue. The Protestantes can patiently suffer the articles of the Creede, &c. to be violated: but they are severe in those things, that repugne their vtility, or sensu∣ality whatsoever.
Mr LEECH. The ninth Motiue. The Protestants doe vnconscionably im∣pugne the knowne, and mani∣fest truth.
Mr LEECH. The tenth Motiue. The Protestants, for want of better meanes to convince the Catholiques, propose vn∣to them questions of capitall daunger.
Mr LEECH. The eleuenth Motiue. The Protestants manner of proceedings a∣gainst Catholiques, and Catholique Religion, is absurd in reason, and vnequall in Iustice. And hence they are proued to be Heretikes.
Mr LEECH. The twelfth Motiue. The superiour Magistrates amongst the Protestants concurre with their subordinates, to suppresse the truth, and to oppresse the patrones thereof, against all equity, and conscience.
Mr LEECH. TO M. DOCTOR KING DEANE OF Christ-Church in Oxford, and Vicechancellour of the Vniversitie, H. L. wisheth health and sal∣vation in Christ IESVS.
to the reader
Errata.