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Author: Broughton, Richard.
Title: An ecclesiastical Protestant historie of the high pastoral and fatherly chardge and care of the Popes of Rome, ouer the church of Britanie, from the first planting of the christia[n] faith there, by S. Peter the Apostle, and his disciples: continued in euery age, and hundred of yeares, by holy bishops, and cleargie men, sent hither and consecrated by them, his successors in the See Apostolicke. Euidently deduced and proued by historicall narration, from the published and priuiledged writings (to appeaseal protestants) of the most learned & allowed English protestant pretended bishops, doctors, antiquaries, & others of that religion.
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: An ecclesiastical Protestant historie of the high pastoral and fatherly chardge and care of the Popes of Rome, ouer the church of Britanie, from the first planting of the christia[n] faith there, by S. Peter the Apostle, and his disciples: continued in euery age, and hundred of yeares, by holy bishops, and cleargie men, sent hither and consecrated by them, his successors in the See Apostolicke. Euidently deduced and proued by historicall narration, from the published and priuiledged writings (to appeaseal protestants) of the most learned & allowed English protestant pretended bishops, doctors, antiquaries, & others of that religion.
Broughton, Richard.

[Saint-Omer: C. Boscard], with licence. 1624.
Alternate titles: Protestants historie of the Popes pastorall chardge in Britanie.
Notes:
Anonymous. By Richard Broughton.
Place of publication and printer's name from STC.
Running title reads: The Protestants historie of the Popes pastorall chardge in Britanie.
Formerly STC 20446.
Identified as STC 20446 on UMI microfilm reel 971.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Subject terms:
Catholic Church -- Great Britain.
Great Britain -- Church history -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A17015.0001.001

Contents
title page
history
THE GENERAL ARGVMENTS OF THE ENSVINGE HISTORIE: SER∣VINGE ALSO FOR A PREFACE, to the Reader, to declare the scope of the Author, and contents of the worke.
THE FIRST CENTVRIE OR HVNDRED OF YEARES.
THE I. CHAPTER. Wherein is briefly made demonstration by the best learned protestant Antiquaries, and others of England, that Saint Peter the Apostle first preached the faith, and foun∣ded the Church of Christ in this our Britanie.
THE II. CHAPTER. Where both the former is more manifestly de∣clared, and in particular farther proued by these protestants, & antiquities by them al∣lowed, what highest spirituall offices the same glorious Apostle, and his disciples per∣formed here.
THE III. CHAPTER. How in the rest of this first Hundred yeares of Christ after Saint Peter, The Aposto∣licke See of Rome, still continued and ex∣ercised this supreame spirituall power in Britanie.
THE SECOND CENTVRIE OR HVNDRED YEARE.
THE IV. CHAPTER. Shewing by these Protestants, how the popes of Rome in this second Century of yeares clay∣med, had, and exercised supreame spirituall Iurisdiction and power in Britanie.
THE V. CHAPTER. How in the generall Conuersion of this kinge∣dome in the time of Kinge Lucius, all spi∣rituall thinges were ordered, settled, and confirmed here, by the Popes Authoritie.
THE VI. CHAPTER. How this moste renowned Pope Eleutherius, did by these Protestants, and antiquities al∣lovved by them, clayme, exercise, and settle here, for him, and his Successors, as am∣ple prerogatiue, and Iurisdiction, as Ca∣tholicke Scholes doe, and Catholicques may giue to Popes.
THE THIRD CENTVRIE OR HVNDRED YEARE.
THE VII. CHAPTER. How the Popes of Rome in this third Centurie, or hundred of years alsoe, by our Protestants and others, ruled and gouerned here in Bri∣tanie in spirituall things, by their supreame power therein.
THE FOVRTH CENTVRIE OR HVNDRED YEARE.
THE VIII. CHAPTER. Wherein is proued likewise by the Protestant diuines, and Antiquaries of England, that the Popes of Rome, euer claymed and ex∣ercised, this their highest power here in this Age.
THE FIFTE CENTVRIE OR HVNDRED YEARE.
THE IX. CHAPTER. Shewinge by these Protestants of England, how both the Popes highest spiritual power, was still here continued, and a perpetuall succession of our Bishops and Cleargie alsoe in Britanie from the See of Rome, as in the other Ages before.
THE SIXTE CENTVRIE OR HVNDRED YEARE.
THE X. CHAPTER. Wherein the same highest spirituall power of the Popes of Rome, is still by these English Protestant Diuines and Antiqua∣ries continued, in this kingedome.
THE XI. CHAPTER. How by these Protestants the Britans and Scots which opposed against S. Gregories disciples, did take vpon then greater or as ample power in Princes matters, as euer the Popes of Rome or their Legates did in this kingedome.
Faults escaped.
AN ADVETISEMENT.