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Author: Manuel, Prince of Portugal, 1600-1666.
Title: A declaration, of the reasons, moveing Don Emanuel, borne Prince of Portugall. Haveing been heretofore a devotary, under the name of Pater Felix, in the Order of the Barefooted Carmelites, to forsake the Romish religion, to joyne himself unto the catholick & apostolick Church; and in the same to professe the purity of the Gospell. The abridgement of this declaration was presented vnto the Consistory of the French Church at Delf signed with the hand of the said Prince, and after sermon read in his name to all the assembly, and after all, ratifyed by his owne mouth, the 15. day of Ianuary 1634. With certaine letters written from Brussels, since his coming over into these provinces. Translated out of French into English by I.R.M.D.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A declaration, of the reasons, moveing Don Emanuel, borne Prince of Portugall. Haveing been heretofore a devotary, under the name of Pater Felix, in the Order of the Barefooted Carmelites, to forsake the Romish religion, to joyne himself unto the catholick & apostolick Church; and in the same to professe the purity of the Gospell. The abridgement of this declaration was presented vnto the Consistory of the French Church at Delf signed with the hand of the said Prince, and after sermon read in his name to all the assembly, and after all, ratifyed by his owne mouth, the 15. day of Ianuary 1634. With certaine letters written from Brussels, since his coming over into these provinces. Translated out of French into English by I.R.M.D.
Manuel, Prince of Portugal, 1600-1666., I. R. M. D.,

[Amsterdam: Successors of G. Thorp], Printed in the yeare 1634.
Notes:
Place of publication and printer's name from STC.
Reproduction of the original in the Durham University Library.
Subject terms:
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A21332.0001.001

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A DECLARATION, Of the reasons, moveing DON EMANVEL, Borne Prince of Portugall, Haveing been heretofore a Devotary of the order of the unshod Carmelites, under the name of Pater Felix, to depart from the Ro∣mish Church, for to adjoyne him∣self unto the Reformed church, of the Vnited Provinces, and to professe in the same the Purity of the Gospel.
LETTERS Written from Brussels, to Don EMANƲEL, Son of my Lord the Prince of Portugall, since his comeing over into the Vnited Provinces of the Netherlands.