|Author:||Pendryck, William, 1583-1650.|
|Title:||The application of the lavves of England for Catholike priesthood and the Sacrifice of the Masse. Directed to the lords of his Maiesties most honourable priuie counsell, iudges, iustices, and other studients of the law.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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The application of the lavves of England for Catholike priesthood and the Sacrifice of the Masse. Directed to the lords of his Maiesties most honourable priuie counsell, iudges, iustices, and other studients of the law.
Pendryck, William, 1583-1650.
Printed at Cullen [i.e. Mechlin] with licence: [H. Jaye], Anno Domini. M.DC.XXIII. 
|Alternate titles:||Application of the lawes of England for Catholike priesthood Application of the lawes of England for Catholike priesthood.|
Imprint false; actual place of publication and printer's name from STC.
Title page verso has errata; text of preface begins: 'It was euer the craft and subtilty of the Heathen' .. This is probably the later issue, with A4 apparently by a different printer.--STC.
At end: initials 'M.E.', i.e. reverse initials of Eliseus of St. Michael, name in religion of William Pendryck.--STC.
Final numbered page misnumbered 45.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Great Britain -- Church history -- 17th century.
The Printer to the Reader.
Faults escaped in the Margent.
In the Table.
SECTION. I. THE LAVV TEARMES IN GENERALL PERVSED IN THIS OVR APPLI∣CATION.
SECTION. II. A verdict consisting of twelue generall Councels, al of them being within the first foure hundred & od yeares after our Sauiour Christ.
SECTION. III. THE TESTAMENTI.
SECTION. IIII. The Confession of twelue of the learnedest of the Aduersarie parties.
SECTION V. OF PRIORITIE of possession.
SECTION VI. OF PRAESCRIPTION.
SECTION VII. OF CONTINVALL CLAIME.
SECTION VIII. OF THE DOVBTFVLNESSE of the statute law.
SECTION IX. OF HIGH COVRTES of Iudgment.
SECTION X. OTHER PROOFES.
SECTION XI. A DISCOVERY OF CONTRARY doctrine.
SECTION XII. THE CONCLVSION.
A TABLE OF THE SEVERALL points handled in this treatise, diuided in to 12 Sections as followeth.