|Author:||Member of the same church.|
|Title:||How the members of the Church of England ought to behave themselves under a Roman Catholic king with reference to the test and penal laws in a letter to a friend / by a member of the same church.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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How the members of the Church of England ought to behave themselves under a Roman Catholic king with reference to the test and penal laws in a letter to a friend / by a member of the same church.
Member of the same church.
London: Printed and are to be sold by Randal Taylor ..., 1687.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
James -- II, -- King of England, -- 1633-1701.
Church of England -- Relations -- Catholic Church.
Catholic Church -- Relations -- Church of England.
Catholics -- England -- Early works to 1800.
Penal laws (against nonconformists) -- England -- Early works to 1800.
THE TITLES OF THE SECTIONS.
HOW THE MEMBERS OF THE Church of England Ought to behave themselves under A ROMAN CATHOLICK KING: In a Letter to a Friend.
SECT. I. The Character of an old Loyalist of the Church of England.
SECT. II. How such behaved themselves during the Transaction of the Bill of Seclusion.
SECT. III. How the Bishops and Clergy behaved themselves in those times.
SECT. IV. The Calumnies against the Loy∣al Members of the Church of England in the foregoing times.
SECT. V. The Affrightments and Arts now used to make the Sub∣jects believe that the Prote∣stant Religion is to be ex∣tirpated here.
SECT. VI. That the Church of England hath been in a disturbed con∣dition under Protestant Prin∣ces.
SECT. VII. That it is in a more flourish∣ing condition now.
SECT. VIII. The Self-denial of the King, in the Exercise of his own Religion.
SECT. IX. The difficulty of effecting a Change of Religion. First, from the Peoples general Prejudice against it.
SECT. X. Two Objections answered.
SECT. XI. That the King's dispensing with the Test is no Argument of his Design to extirpate the Protestant Religion.
SECT. XII. That it is not the Kings Interest to extirpate the Protestant Religion.
SECT. XIII. Concerning the Test.
The First Act.
The Second Act.
SECT. XIV. Concerning the Sanguinary and Penal Laws against Ro∣man Catholicks.
SECT. XV. The Inconveniencies that will attend the not repealing of Penal Laws, and particu∣larly the Test.
SECT. XVI. The practicableness of Roman Catholics and Protestants living under one Secular Government.
SECT. XVII. The Character of his Majesty.
SECT. XVIII. The Conclusion.