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Author: Vincent, of Lérins, Saint, cd. ca. 450.
Title: The waie home to Christ and truth leadinge from Antichrist and errour, made and set furth in the Latine tongue, by that famous and great clearke Vincent, French man borne, aboue .xi. hundred yeres paste, for the comforte of all true Christian men, against the most pernitious and detestable crafte of heretikes, which in his tyme by all subtell wayes, deuised to obscure and deface the doctrine and religion of the vniuersall churche. And now the same worke is englished, and by the Quenes highnes authorised to be sette furthe for the reliefe fo diuers Englishe menne, which yet stande in doubte, whether they may goe to heauen in the peace and vnitie of Christes vniuersall churche, or to hell in the dissention and confusion of heretikes.
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The waie home to Christ and truth leadinge from Antichrist and errour, made and set furth in the Latine tongue, by that famous and great clearke Vincent, French man borne, aboue .xi. hundred yeres paste, for the comforte of all true Christian men, against the most pernitious and detestable crafte of heretikes, which in his tyme by all subtell wayes, deuised to obscure and deface the doctrine and religion of the vniuersall churche. And now the same worke is englished, and by the Quenes highnes authorised to be sette furthe for the reliefe fo diuers Englishe menne, which yet stande in doubte, whether they may goe to heauen in the peace and vnitie of Christes vniuersall churche, or to hell in the dissention and confusion of heretikes.
Vincent, of Lérins, Saint, cd. ca. 450., Proctor, John, 1521?-1584,

[Imprynted at London: By Robert Caly within the precincte of the late dissolued house of the graye freers, now conuerted to an hospitall, called Christes Hospitall, the .xxii. daye of October. 1554]
Alternate titles: Pro catholicae fidei antiquitate libellus. English Pro catholicae fidei antiquitate libellus.
Notes:
A translation, by John Proctor, of: Saint Vincent of Lérins. Pro catholicae fidei antiquitate libellus.
Imprint from colophon.
With a final colophon leaf.
Signatures: A-O P2.
Reproduction of the original in the Folger Shakespeare Library.
Subject terms:
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Theology, Doctrinal -- Early works to 1800.
Heresies, Christian -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A14436.0001.001

Contents
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¶ To the most excellent and moste vertuous ladye and our moste gracious soueraigne, Marie by the grace of God Quene of Eng∣lande, Fraunce, Naples, Hierusalem and Irelande, Defendour of the faith, princesse of Spaigne & Sicilie, Arche∣duchesse of Austria, Duchesse of Mil∣laine, Burgundie and Braband, Loū∣tesse of Haspurge, Flaunders & Ty∣role. Your Maiesties moste faithfull, louinge and obedient subiecte Iohn Proctor, wissheth all grace, longe peace, quiet raygue, from God the father, the sonne, and the holy Ghost.
THE PROLOGVE TO HIS DEER brethren, and naturall countree men of Englande.
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