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Author: Sutcliffe, Matthew, 1550?-1629.
Title: The unmasking of a masse-monger. Who in the counterfeit habit of S. Augustine hath cunningly crept into the closets of many English ladies. Or, the vindication of Saint Augustines confessions, from the false and malicious calumniations of a late noted apostate. By M.S. D. of Exeter.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The unmasking of a masse-monger. Who in the counterfeit habit of S. Augustine hath cunningly crept into the closets of many English ladies. Or, the vindication of Saint Augustines confessions, from the false and malicious calumniations of a late noted apostate. By M.S. D. of Exeter.
Sutcliffe, Matthew, 1550?-1629.

London: Printed by B. A[lsop] and T. Favvcett, for Nich: Bourne, and are to bee sold at his shop neere to the royall exchange, 1626.
Notes:
M.S. = Matthew Sutcliffe.
Printer's name from STC.
A criticism of Sir Tobie Matthew in his translation of Saint Augustine's Confessions.
Reproduction of the original in the Union Theological Seminary (New York, N.Y.). Library.
Subject terms:
Augustinus, -- Saint, Bishop of Hippo. -- Confessions -- Early works to 1800.
Matthew, Tobie, -- Sir, -- 1577-1655 -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A13178.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE RIGHT WORSHIPFVLL, AND HIS VERY WORTHIE Friends, Sir BAPTIST HICKES Knight, and the good Lady his Wife.
THE PREFACE TO the Christian Reader.
THE VNMASKING of a Masse-monger. WHO In the counterfeit habit of S. AVGVSTINE hath cunningly crept into the Closets of many English Ladyes: OR, The Vindication of S. AVGVSTINES Confessions, from the false and malicious Calumniations of a late noted Apostate.
CHAP. I. That S. AVSTINE neuer knew either the Decrees of the con∣uenticle of Trent enacted against vs, or that part of the Romish Religion, which the Church of England admitteth not, and which the Apostate and his consorts hold to bee Catholicke.
CHAP. II. That those principall points of Romish Religion which we reiect, are also reiected and contradicted by S. AVSTINE.
CHAP. III. That the Apostate and his consorts holding what the Church of England rejecteth are neither Catholikes nor hold the Cathosike Faith.
An Appendix vnto the third Chapter, contayning some principall points of the vncatholike, moderne Romish Do∣ctrine.
CHAP. IIII. The Examination of the Apostates Title page and his Epistle dedicatorie.
CHAP. V. Herein the Apostates absurd tedious and malicious Pre∣face is scanned and refuted.
CHAP. VI. Notes and Aduertisements vpon the Translators Aduertise∣ment, concerning S. AVSTINES Retractations.
CHAP. VII. Of the false, wicked, and absurd Annotations of the Apo∣state vpon S. AVGVSTINES Confessions, and how euill-fauouredly they and hee answere the Text.