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Author: Whitaker, William, 1548-1595.
Title: An ansvvere to the Ten reasons of Edmund Campian the Iesuit in confidence wherof he offered disputation to the ministers of the Church of England, in the controuersie of faith. Whereunto is added in briefe marginall notes, the summe of the defence of those reasons by Iohn Duræus the Scot, being a priest and a Iesuit, with a reply vnto it. Written first in the Latine tongue by the reuerend and faithfull seruant of Christ and his Church, William Whitakers, Doctor in Diuinitie, and the Kings Professor and publike reader of Diuinitie in the Vniuersitie of Cambridge. And now faithfully translated for the benefit of the vnlearned (at the appointment and desire of some in authoritie) into the English tongue; by Richard Stocke, preacher in London. ...
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 the Ten reasons of Edmund Campian the Iesuit in confidence wherof he offered disputation to the ministers of the Church of England, in the controuersie of faith. Whereunto is added in briefe marginall notes, the summe of the defence of those reasons by Iohn Duræus the Scot, being a priest and a Iesuit, with a reply vnto it. Written first in the Latine tongue by the reuerend and faithfull seruant of Christ and his Church, William Whitakers, Doctor in Diuinitie, and the Kings Professor and publike reader of Diuinitie in the Vniuersitie of Cambridge. And now faithfully translated for the benefit of the vnlearned (at the appointment and desire of some in authoritie) into the English tongue; by Richard Stocke, preacher in London. ...
Whitaker, William, 1548-1595., Campion, Edmund, 1540-1581., Stock, Richard, 1569?-1626,, Whitaker, William, 1548-1595., Durie, John, d. 1587.

Imprinted at London: By Felix Kyngston, for Cuthbert Burby and Edmund Weauer, 1606.
Alternate titles: Ad Rationes decem Edmundi Campiani Jesuitæ responsio. English Ad Rationes decem Edmundi Campiani Jesuitæ responsio. Answere to the Ten reasons of Edmund Campian the Jesuit.
Notes:
A translation of: Ad Rationes decem Edmundi Campiani Jesuitæ responsio.
Includes a translation of: Campion, Edmund. Rationes decem.
Includes excerpts from Whitaker's "Responsionis ad Decem illas rationes, quibus fretus Edmundus Campianus certamen Ecclesiæ Anglicanæ ministris obtulit in causa fidei, defensio contra confutationem Joannis Duræi Scoti, presbyteri, Jesuitæ", which reprints and replies to: Durie, John. Confutatio responsionis Gulielmi Whitakeri ad Rationes decem.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Subject terms:
Durie, John, -- d. 1587. -- Confutatio responsionis Gulielmi Whitakeri ad Rationes decem -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Campion, Edmund, -- Saint, -- 1540-1581. -- Rationes decem -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A15057.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE RIGHT HONOVRABLE WIL∣LIAM LORD KNOVVLES, BA∣RON OF GREYS, TREASV∣RER OF HIS MAIESTIES Houshold, and one of the Lords of his Maiesties most Honorable priuie Councell.
TO THE CHRISTIAN READERS.
table of contents
TO THE MOST LEARNED VNIVER∣SITIE MEN, FLORISHING BOTH AT OXFORD AND Cambridge, Edmond Campian sendeth greeting.
AN ANSWERE TO CAMPIANS E∣PISTLE WRITTEN TO THE STVDENTS OF THE two famous Vniuersities, Oxford and Cambridge.
REASONS OF CAMPIANS CHAL∣LENGE RENDRED AND GIVEN TO THE Students of the English Vniuersities.
EDMVND CAMPIAN.
The first reason, which is holy Scriptures.
WILLIAM WHITAKERS. The answere to the first Reason.
EDMVND CAMPIAN. The second Reason, which is the right sense of the Scriptures.
WILLIAM WHITAKERS. The answere to the second Reason.
EDMVND CAMPIAN. The third Reason, which is the nature of the Church.
WILLIAM WHITAKERS. The answere to the third Reason.
EDMVND CAMPIAN. The fourth Reason, which is generall Councels.
WILLIAM WHITAKERS. The answere to the fourth Reason.
EDMVND CAMPIAN. The fifth Reason, which is the Fathers.
WILLIAM WHITAKERS. The answere to the fifth Reason, which is the Fathers.
EDMVND CAMPIAN. The sixt Reason, which is the foun∣dation of the Fathers.
WILLIAM WHITAKERS. The answere to the sixth Reason, which is the foundation of the Fathers.
EDMVND CAMPIAN. The seauenth Reason, which is the Historie.
WILLIAM WHITAKERS. The answere to the seauenth Reason, which is the Historie.
EDMVND CAMPIAN. The eighth Reason, which is the Para∣doxes of our aduersaries.
WILLIAM WHITAKERS. The answere to the eighth Reason, which is the Paradoxes of our aduersaries.
EDMVND CAMPIAN. The ninth Reason, which is the Ad∣uersaries Sophismes.
WILLIAM WHITAKERS. The answere to the ninth Reason, which is the Aduersaries Sophismes.
EDMVND CAMPIAN. The tenth Reason, which is all manner of Witnesses.
The Conclusion.
WILLIAM WHITAKERS. The answere to the tenth Reason, which is all manner of Witnesses.
The Conclusion vnto the Vni∣uersitie men.
Errata.