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Author: Preston, Thomas, 1563-1640.
Title: A theologicall disputation concerning the oath of allegiance dedicated to the most holy father Pope Paul the fifth. Wherein all the principall arguments which haue hitherto beene brought by Cardinall Bellarmine, Iacobus Gretzer, Leonard Lessius, Martin Becanus, and diuers others, against the new oath of allegiance, lately established in England by act of Parliament, are sincerely, perspicuously, and exactly examined. By Roger Widdrington, an English Catholike. Translated out of Latin into English by the author himselfe,whereunto hee hath also added an appendix, wherein all the arguments, whach that most learned diuine Franciscus Suarez, hath lately brought for the Popes power to depose princes, and against the aforesaid oath of allegiance, are sincerely rehearsed, and answered.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A theologicall disputation concerning the oath of allegiance dedicated to the most holy father Pope Paul the fifth. Wherein all the principall arguments which haue hitherto beene brought by Cardinall Bellarmine, Iacobus Gretzer, Leonard Lessius, Martin Becanus, and diuers others, against the new oath of allegiance, lately established in England by act of Parliament, are sincerely, perspicuously, and exactly examined. By Roger Widdrington, an English Catholike. Translated out of Latin into English by the author himselfe,whereunto hee hath also added an appendix, wherein all the arguments, whach that most learned diuine Franciscus Suarez, hath lately brought for the Popes power to depose princes, and against the aforesaid oath of allegiance, are sincerely rehearsed, and answered.
Preston, Thomas, 1563-1640.

[London: Printed by Felix Kingston]Permissu superiorium, 1613.
Alternate titles: Disputatio theologica de Juramento fidelitatis. English Disputatio theologica de Juramento fidelitatis.
Notes:
Roger Widdrington = Thomas Preston.
Printer's name from STC.
Pages 96, 216, 217 and 392 misnumbered 66, 214, 219 and 382.
Errata on verso of Hhh3, final page.
The author's translation of his Disputatio theologica de Juramento fidelitatis.
Pages 98, 101, 304, 323 and 325 marked; 119, 156, 250, 303 and 309-310 print faded; 222-23 blurred.
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Oath of allegiance, 1606 -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A15315.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE MOST HOLY, AND MOST BLESSED FATHER POPE PAVL THE FIFTH, ROGER WIDDRINGTON an English Catholike wisheth euerla∣sting happinesse.
THE AVTHORS ADMONITION TO THE READER.
A Summarie of this whole Disputation.
THE FORME OF THE OATH DIVIDED INTO EIGHT branches in that manner as it is treated of in this Disputation.
A THEOLOGI∣CALL DISPVTATION concerning the Oath of Allegiance.
CHAP. I.
Sect. I.
Sect. II.
Sect. III.
Sect. IIII.
CHAP. II. The first branch of the Oath.
Sect. I.
Sect. II.
CHAP. III. The second branch of the Oath.
Sect. I.
Sect. II.
Sect. III.
Sect. IIII.
Sect. V.
CHAP. IIII. The third branch of the Oath.
Sect. I.
Sect. II.
Sect. III.
CHAP. V. The fourth branch of the Oath.
Sect. I.
Sect. II.
Sect. III.
CHAP. VI. The fifth branch of the Oath.
Sect. I.
Sect. II.
Sect. III.
Sect. IIII.
Sect. V.
CHAP. VII. The sixth branch of the Oath.
Sect. I.
Sect. II.
Sect. III.
Sect. IIII.
Sect. V.
CHAP. VIII. The seuenth branch of the Oath.
Sect. I.
Sect. II.
CHAP. IX. The eighth, and last branch of the Oath.
Sect. I.
The tenth and last Chapter.
Sect. I.
Sect. II.
Sect. III.
Sect. IIII.
Sect. V.
The Conclusion.
AN APPENDIX TO THE FORMER DISPVTATION, WHEREIN ALL THE ARGVMENTS, which that most learned Diuine Franciscus Suarez hath lately in a Booke of his alleaged against this Oath of Alle∣giance, are sincerely related, and answered.
THE FIRST PART.
Sect. I.
Sect. II.
Sect. III.
Sect. IIII.
Sect. V.
Sect. VI.
Sect. VII.
Sect. VIII.
Sect. IX.
Sect. X.
The second part.
Sect. I.
Sect. II.
Sect. III.
Sect. IIII.
Sect. V.
Sect. VI.
Sect. VII.
THE PREFACE OF THE APOLOGETICALL AN∣swere of ROGER WIDDRINGTON an English Catholike to a little pamphlet of a certaine Doctor of Diuinity.
Faults Escaped.