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Author: Saravia, Adrien, 1530-1612.
Title: Vindiciæ sacræ. A treatise of the honor and maintenance due to ecclesiasticall persons. Done out of the Latin, of that famous diuine of Holland, H. Saravia, sometime prebend of Canterbury.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Vindiciæ sacræ. A treatise of the honor and maintenance due to ecclesiasticall persons. Done out of the Latin, of that famous diuine of Holland, H. Saravia, sometime prebend of Canterbury.
Saravia, Adrien, 1530-1612., Martin, James, fl. 1615-1630,

London: Printed by T. Cotes and R. Cotes for Iames Boler, 1629.
Alternate titles: De diversis ministrorum evangelii gradibus. Part 3. English De diversis ministrorum evangelii gradibus. Part 3. Appendix to Sarauia. Appendix to Saravia.
Notes:
A translation, by James Martin, of part 3 of: Saravia, Adrien. De diversis ministrorum evangelii gradibus.
"An appendix to Sarauia, ansvvering fovre maine arguments which vsurpers of the churches right vsually alledge" has separate dated title page.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Episcopacy -- Early works to 1800.
Clergy -- Office -- Early works to 1800.
Sacrilege -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A11503.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE ILLVSTRIOVS PRINCESSE, THE DVCHESSE OF BVCKINGHAM: WHOM GOD PRESERVE.
TO ALL NOBLE AND RELIGIOVS Patrons and Patronesses of the CHVRCH.
DE Authore & Jnterprete CARMEN.
To the AVTHOR.
A Treatise of the honor and maintenance due to the CLERGIE.
CHAP. I. Donaries giuen to Churches, are firme by the same Lawes, by which others of the Laity possesse their estates.
CHAP. II. The definition of Sacriledge.
CHAP. III. Reasons or Pretenses where-with some would palliate their Sacriledge.
CHAP. IIII. An Answer to the Reasons layd downe in the former Chapter.
CHAP. V. A Triple difference of Ecclesiasticall Re∣uenewes possest by the Romane Church at this day.
CHAP. VI. The possessions of Monkes are not all of like nature.
CHAP. VII. It is one thing for People to be conuerted from Paganisme to Christianitie: ano∣ther thing, from Poperie, or any other Heresie.
CHAP. VIII. What a haynous and incurable Sinne is Sacriledge.
CHAP. IX. Examples of Gods Vengeance vpon sacrilegious Persons.
{inverted ⁂} Reasons against the Maintenance of Ministers by arbitrarie Stipends.
title page
An Appendix to SARAVIA; Answering foure maine Argu∣ments which Vsurpers of the Churches Rights vsually alledge.
First, Abbey-Land.
Answer.
Their Reply.
Answer.
Their Reioynder.
Answer.
Second, Composition.
Answer.
Third, Praescription.
Answer.
Fourth, Customes.
Answer.
Their Reply.
Answer.
Additionals.
X
Thus Englished.
In modernos , & Numularios; .
A Propheticall Complaint to God, against Church-Pirates and Vsurpers.
The Churches Teares.
Operarum Errata.
Lectori malè-feriato & Nugi∣polyloquidi.