|Author:||Sutcliffe, Matthew, 1550?-1629.|
|Title:||A ful and round ansvver to N.D. alias Robert Parsons the noddie his foolish and rude Warne-word comprised in three bookes, whereof, the first containeth a defence of Queene Elizabeths most pious and happie gouernment, by him maliciously slaundered. The second discouereth the miserable estate of papists, vnder the Popes irreligious and vnhappy tyrannie, by him weakely defended. The third, toucheth him for his vnciuill termes and behauior, and diuers other exorbitant faults and abuses, both here and elsewhere by him committed, and cleareth his vaine obiections and cauils.|
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A ful and round ansvver to N.D. alias Robert Parsons the noddie his foolish and rude Warne-word comprised in three bookes, whereof, the first containeth a defence of Queene Elizabeths most pious and happie gouernment, by him maliciously slaundered. The second discouereth the miserable estate of papists, vnder the Popes irreligious and vnhappy tyrannie, by him weakely defended. The third, toucheth him for his vnciuill termes and behauior, and diuers other exorbitant faults and abuses, both here and elsewhere by him committed, and cleareth his vaine obiections and cauils.
Sutcliffe, Matthew, 1550?-1629.
London: Printed [by Richard Field] for George Bishop, 1604.
|Alternate titles:||Ful and round answer to N.D. alias Robert Parsons the noddie his foolish and rude Warne-word Ful and round answer to N.D. alias Robert Parsons the noddie his foolish and rude Warne-word.|
Dedication signed: Matthew Sutcliffe.
A reply to: Parsons, Robert. The warn-word to Sir Francis Hastinges wast-word.
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The last leaf is blank.
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Some print faded and show-through; some pages stained; tightly bound.
Parsons, Robert, -- 1546-1610. -- Warn-word to Sir Francis Hastinges wast-word -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE MOST RELIGIOVS AND VER∣TVOVS PRINCE KING IAMES, by the grace of God King of En∣gland, Scotland, France and Jreland, Defender of the true, auncient, and Catholike faith.
The Preface to all true Christi∣ans, and loyall subiects.
The first Booke, containing a de∣fence of Queene Elizabeths most pious and happie gouernement, impugned in a scurrilous libell, intitled, A warne-word.
The Preface to the first Booke.
CHAP. I. Of certaintie in Faith and Religion, and of the vnion we haue with the true, auncient, Catholike and Apostolike Church.
CHAP. II. Of the restoring of Christian Religion, and the reduction of the Church of England to the true faith.
CHAP. III. Of the true and sincere administration of the Sacraments of the Church restored in England.
CHAP. IIII. Of the true worship of God established in the Church of England.
CHAP. V. Of the translations of Scriptures into vulgar tongues, and reading them publikely in tongues vnderstood.
CHAP. VI. Of publike Prayers, and administration of Sacraments, and other parts of the Church liturgie and ser∣uice in vulgar tongues.
CHAP. VII. Of the great deliuerance of Christians out of the bloudie hands of wooluish Papistes wrought by Queene Elizabeth.
CHAP. VIII. Of the deliuerance of the realme of England from the Popes exactions.
CHAP. IX. Of the deliuerance of the Realme and Church of England from the yoke of the Popes lawes and vniust censures.
CHAP. X. Of our deliuerance from heresie, schisme, superstition and Idolatrie.
CHAP. XI. Of good workes, and good life.
CHAP. XII. Of temporall benefites enioyed by Queene Elizabeths most happie gouernment.
CHAP. XIII. Parsons his cursed talke of cursings of England by chaunge of Religion, and gouernment vnder Queene Elizabeth, examined.
The second Booke, shewing the miserable estate of Papists both in En∣gland vnder Q. Mary, and elsewhere vnder the Popes irreligious tyrrannie, weakely defended by N. D. in a leud Libel intitled the WARNE-WORD.
The Preface to the second Booke.
CHAP. I. Of the ignorance both of the Clergie and Laitie of England in matters of Religion in Q. Maries time, and generally of Masse priests and their followers at all times, and in all places.
CHAP. II. Of the common workes of Papists.
CHAP. III. Of the erronious, and absurd doctrine of Papists, concerning the foundations of Christian Religion.
CHAP. IIII. Of diuers other blasphemous, ridiculous, and absurd points of popish Religion.
CHAP. V. The miserable state of Papists in matters of Religion is pro∣ued further, for that they are depriued of those bles∣sings which we haue receiued by the ab∣rogation of popish heresies and superstition.
CHAP. VI. Of the contradictions of Popish Doctors in prin∣cipall points of Religion.
CHAP. VII. Of the seruile and wretched state of the English nation, vnder the raigne of Queene Mary, and gene∣rally of all people liuing vnder the Popes lawes and religion.
CHAP. VIII. That no king liuing vnder the Pope, and receiuing his doctrine, can assure himselfe of his kingdome.
CHAP. IX. That no King or Prince can secure his person against the attempts of traitors, if he suffer any in his king∣dome that teach or hold the Popes do∣ctrine concerning the deposing and killing of Kings.
CHAP. X. That kings and Princes liuing in subiection to the Pope, are but halfe kings, and demi-princes.
The third Booke, of the answer to Robert Parsons his supernodical Warn-word, containing a list of his lies, falsities, foo∣leries, impieties, and other enormous faults and abuses, therein and elsewhere by him committed.
The Preface to the third Booke.
CHAP. I. A legend of No saint, but of Robert Parsons his life, calculated in fauour of that swarme of traitors, which euery yeare he sendeth out of his seditious Seminaries.
CHAP. II. Of the title Warne-word, and other matters promised and prefixed in the front of Parsons his booke.
CHAP. III. An answer vnto certaine personall accusations of Robert Parsons against my selfe and others.
CHAP. IIII. Containing notes of certaine speeches, arguing Ro∣bert Parsons his impietie and atheisme.
CHAP. V. Of diuers ridiculous, and childish errors, and mista∣kings of the supposed great doctour Parsons.
CHAP. VI. Parsons his singular patcheries, and fooleries.
CHAP. VII. Containing diuers false allegations, and falsifications of Fathers and others committed by Parsons.
CHAP. VIII. That Parsons his testimonies and allegations make for the most part against himselfe.
CHAP. IX. A catalogue of certaine principall lies, vttered by Robert Parsons in his late Warne-word.
CHAP. X. An answere to Parsons his immodest rayling and behauiour throughout his whole Warne-word.
CHAP. XI. Parsons his vaine clamors and idle ob∣iections reiected.
CHAP. XII. Parsons his poore shifts, and fond and ridiculous answeres examined
CHAP. XIII. Parsons his patcherie in begging things in con∣trouersie discouered.
CHAP. XIIII. Parsons his pride, both in praising of himselfe, and threatning and despising others, is noted.
CHAP. XV. Of the flattering and lying, as well of Parsons, as other Papists.
AN ADVERTISEMENT TO THE READER, CONCER∣NING FOVRE OTHER INFAMOVS Libels lately diuulged and sent into England by Parsons, Kellison and Walpoole.