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Author: Dufour de Longuerue, Louis, 1652-1733.
Title: A treatise, written by an author of the communion of the Church of Rome, touching transubstantiation wherein is made appear, that according to the principles of that church, this doctrine cannot be an article of faith.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A treatise, written by an author of the communion of the Church of Rome, touching transubstantiation wherein is made appear, that according to the principles of that church, this doctrine cannot be an article of faith.
Dufour de Longuerue, Louis, 1652-1733., Wake, William, 1657-1737.

London: Printed for Richard Chiswell ..., MDCLXXXVII [1687]
Alternate titles: Traitté d'un autheur de la communion romaine touchant la transsubstantiation. English
Notes:
Translation of the author's Traitté d'un autheur de la communion romaine touchant la transsubstantiation.
Running title: A treatise of transubstantiation.
Translated by William Wake.
Second edition of same year has title: An historical treatise ...
Advertisement: p. [1] at end.
Reproduction of original in the Huntington Library.
Subject terms:
Transubstantiation.
Theology, Doctrinal.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A36764.0001.001

Contents
imprimatur
title page
THE PREFACE.
THE CONTENTS.
A TREATISE OF Transubstantiation, Written by one of the CHƲRCH of ROME
PART I.
PART II.
That the Fathers of the SECOND CENTURY did not believe Transubstantiation.
That the Fathers of the THIRD CENTURY did not believe Transubstantiation.
That the Fathers of the FOURTH CENTURY did not believe Transubstantiation.
That the Fathers of the FIFTH CENTURY did not believe Transubstantiation.
That the Fathers of the SIXTH CENTURY did not believe Transubstantiation.
That the Fathers of the SEVENTH and EIGHTH CENTURY's did not believe Transubstantiation.
That the Fathers of the NINTH CENTURY did not be∣lieve Transubstantiation.
That the Fathers of the TENTH CENTURY did not believe Transubstantiation.
That the Authors of the ELEVENTH CENTURY did not believe Transubstantiation.
That the Authors of the TWELFTH CENTURY did not believe Transubstantiation.
Opinions of Authors of the THIRTEENTH CENTURY, and afterwards, touching Transubstantion.
The CONCLUSION.
ADDENDA.
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