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Author: Sparke, Thomas, 1548-1616.
Title: An ansvvere to Master Iohn De Albines, notable discourse against heresies (as his frendes call his booke) compiled by Thomas Spark pastor of Blechley in the county of Buck.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: An ansvvere to Master Iohn De Albines, notable discourse against heresies (as his frendes call his booke) compiled by Thomas Spark pastor of Blechley in the county of Buck.
Sparke, Thomas, 1548-1616., Albin de Valsergues, Jean d', d. 1566.

Printed at Oxforde: By Ioseph Barnes, printer to the Vniversitie, 1591.
Alternate titles: Answere to Master John De Albines, notable discourse against heresies Answere to Master John De Albines, notable discourse against heresies (as his frendes call his booke)
Notes:
A reprinting of and reply to "A notable discourse" by Jean d'Albin de Valsergues (Douai, 1575), a translation of: Marques de la vraye église catholique.
Includes index and a final errata leaf.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Albin de Valsergues, Jean d', -- d. 1566. -- Marques de la vraye église catholique -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Protestantism -- Apologetic works -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A12701.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE RIGHT HONOV∣RABLE ARTHVRE LORD GREY OF WILTON, Knight of the most honourable order of the Garter, his especiall good Lord and Patrone, Thomas Sparke Wisheth all good perseue∣rance in Christian courage and constancy in the profession and fur∣therance of Gods sincere truth, with all other ornaments of true nobility, to Gods glorie, our comfort, and his owne heart, good contentation nowe and euer.
to the reader
The preface to the Reader.
An answere to the preface set before Iohn de Albines booke en∣tituled, A notable discourse against heretickes. &c.
A Notable discourse, plainely and truely dis∣cussing, who be the right ministers of the Catholique Church: writen against Caluin and his disciples, by one Master Iohn de Albine, called de Se∣res, Archdeacon of Tolossa in France. Duaci. per Iohannem Bellerum.1575.
chapter 1
The first Chapter.
AN ANSWERE TO MASTER IOHN de Albines discourse against heresies, called and ac∣counted by his frendes, A notable discourse to that pur∣pose; made by Thomas Sparke, Pastour of Blechley in the countie of Buck. .1591.
chapter 2
The II. Chapter.
The II. Chapter.
chapter 3
The III. Chapter.
The III. Chapter.
chapter 4
The IIII. Chapter.
The IIII. Chapter.
chapter 5
The V. Chapter.
The V. Chapter.
chapter 6
The VI. Chapter.
The VI. Chapter.
chapter 7
The VII. Chapter.
The VII. Chapter.
chapter 8
The VIII. Chapter.
The VIII. Chapter.
chapter 9
The IX. Chapter
The IX. Chapter.
chapter 10
The X. Chapter.
The X. Chapter.
chapter 11
The XI. Chapter.
The XI. Chapter.
chapter 12
The XII. Chapter.
The XII. Chapter
chapter 13
The XIII. Chapter.
The XIII. Chapter.
chapter 14
The XIIII. Chapter.
The XIIII. Chapter.
chapter 15
The XV. Chapter.
The XV. Chapter.
chapter 16
The XVI. Chapter.
The XVI. Chapter.
chapter 17
The XVII. Chapter.
The XVII. Chapter.
chapter 18
The XVIII. Chapter.
The XVIII. Chapter.
chapter 19
The XIX. Chapter.
The XIX. Chapter.
chapter 20
The XX. Chapter.
The XX. Chapter.
chapter 21
The XXI. Chapter.
The XXI. Chapter.
chapters 22, 23, 24, 25 and 26
The XXII. Chapter.
The XXIII. Chapter.
The XXIIII. Chapter.
The XXV. Chapter.
The XXVI. Chapter.
The XXII, XXIII, XXIIII, XXV, & XXVI. Chapter.
chapters 22, 23, 24, 25 and 26
The XXVII. Chapter.
The XXVII. Chapter.
chapter 28
The XXVIII. Chapter.
The XXVIII. Chapter.
chapter 29
The XXIX. Chapter.
The XXIX. Chapter.
chapter 30
The XXX. Chapter.
The XXX. Chapter.
chapter 31
The XXXI. Chapter.
The XXXI. Chapter.
chapter 32
The XXXII. Chapter.
The XXXII. Chapter.
chapter 33
The XXXIII. Chapter.
The XXXIII. Chapter.
chapter 34
The XXXIIII. Chapter.
The XXXIIII. Chapter.
chapter 35
The XXXV. Chapter.
The XXXV. Chapter.
chapter 36
The XXXVI. Chapter.
The XXXVI. Chapter.
chapter 37
The XXXVII. Chapter.
The XXXVII. Chapter.
chapter 38
The XXXVIII. Chapter.
The XXXVIII. Chapter.
chapter 39
The XXXIX. Chapter.
The XXXIX. Chapter.
chapter 40
The XL. Chapter.
The XL. Chapter.
chapter 41
The XLI. Chapter.
The XLI. Chapter.
chapter 42
The XLII. Chapter.
The XLII. Chapter.
A short answere to a new offer, not published at the first, when D. Fulke and Master Carter answered the 22. demands, whereunto it is now annexed: the ground and matter whereof is, an enumeration of six certaine and assured signes and tokens (as the offerer calleth them) of Antichristians, false pro∣phets, heretiques and schismatiques, mentioned in diuerse places of the scripture.
A Table whereby readily to finde out the principal matters contained in the former answere to Albine, or any of his fauourers, wherein because vntill thou commest to the answere to Albine himselfe, the pages are not figured in the top, as in the rest: for any thing before hand∣led, the page of the letter in the bottome of those leaues, whereof there are 16 for eue∣ry letter, is noted for thy direction.
A.
B.
C.
D.
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W.
Faults escaped in printing, through the absence of the au∣thour, the hardnes and smalnes of the hand, wherein the copy was offered to the presse, and the vnacquaintance of the ouerseers with the same.