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Author: Tichborne, John, d. 1638.
Title: A triple antidote, against certaine very common scandals of this time which, like infections and epidemicall diseases, haue generally annoyed most sorts of people amongst vs, poisoned also not a few, and diuers waies plagued and afflicted the whole state. By Iohn Tichborne, Doctor of Diuinity, and sometimes fellow of Trinity Colledge in Cambridge.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A triple antidote, against certaine very common scandals of this time which, like infections and epidemicall diseases, haue generally annoyed most sorts of people amongst vs, poisoned also not a few, and diuers waies plagued and afflicted the whole state. By Iohn Tichborne, Doctor of Diuinity, and sometimes fellow of Trinity Colledge in Cambridge.
Tichborne, John, d. 1638.

London: Printed by Nicholas Okes, for Clement Knight, and are to be sold at his shop in Paules Chuch-yard [sic], at the signe of the Holy Lambe, 1609.
Alternate titles: Antidote against certaine common scandalls.
Notes:
Running title reads: An antidote against certaine common scandalls.
The last leaf is blank.
Reproduction of the original in the Folger Shakespeare Library.
Subject terms:
Church of England -- Discipline -- Early works to 1800.
Church of England -- Customs and practices -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A13767.0001.001

Contents
title page
AMPLISSIMO VIRO, RE∣VERENDISSIMO IN CHRISTO Patri, Domino longè honoratissimo, Archiepisco∣po Cantuariensi, Iohannes Tichbornus cum nouo & in∣eunte anno fausta, noua, & indies auctiora exoptat omnia, & ex animo comprecatur.
The Epistle to the Reader.
A Table containing the Chapters in this booke.
The Errata.
A TRIPLE ANTI∣DOTE AGAINST CER∣taine very common Scandalles of this time, which like infectious and epidemicall diseases haue generally annoyed most sorts of people amongst vs, poisoned also not a fewe, and diuers wayes plagued and affli∣cted the whole State.
CHAP. I. Containing the names, natures and manifold kinds and dif∣ferences of Excommunication.
CHAP. II. Comprising the true end and scope of all the kindes and differences of Excommunication aboue named, with some little infusion of guo∣micall Diuinity, touching one speciall point for proceeding thereby, against some kind of persons, after their confessions and often abso∣lutions thereupon.
CHAP. III. Containing answers to certaine questions and obiections, made by di∣uers of these times, against some particulars in the managing and executing this great censure of Excommunication.
CHAP. I. Shewing, that Subscription is not such a heauy and hainous matter as many would make the world beleeue; thereby to drawe enuie and obloquie vpon the thing it selfe, and vppon the vrgers of the same.
CHAP. 3. Declaring the true nature and end of the inuenting and vrging of any kind of Subscription, by the prudent gouernment of any Church or state.
CHAP. III. Declaring the ancient, constant, and generall vse of this kinde of pro∣ceeding in the Church of God, and all other kinds of societies, and incorporations whatsoeuer.
CHAP. IIII. Shewing the absolute necessity of subscription in any well ordered go∣uernment, and securely established estate, by all wise foresight, and iust preuention.
CHAP. V. Yeelding reasons why they may and ought to yeelde to subscription, with some answers also to their ignorant obiections to the con∣trarie.
CHAP. I. Intreating of the lawfulnesse and necessity of Ceremonies in generall, in all solemne, publicke, and (more especially) all holy administrati∣ons whatsoeuer, and how farre the magistrates authority may stretch, for the determining of any to be vsed in particular.
CHAP. II. Shewing of the Crosse, and findeth it to be, of it selfe, in the number of indifferent and lawfull ceremonies: yea and in the right vse thereof necessary also, being once commanded by the Magistrate.
CHAP. III. Auouching the generall allowance of this Crosse by the practise of ancient times, and iudgement of learned Fathers, with their rea∣sons, for the inuenting and retaining thereof, and other iudicious late writers accordingly.
CHAP. IIII. Examining and answering those many reasons which are vsually al∣ledged against the Crosse, or any other such ceremonies to be simply wicked: and to be, not in themselues and in their owne nature, vtterly vnlawfull.
CHAP. V. Answering the obiections of the Crosse, being vsed for an Idoll some∣times, and so retained yet in some places of the world.
CHAP. VI. Answering that obiection for Christian liberty, which the Crosse is supposed in some so much to crosse.
CHAP. VII. Answering the obiection of so many scandals arising by the vse of the Crosse.