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Author: Oates, Titus, 1649-1705.
Title: The popes ware-house, or, The merchandise of the whore of Rome published for the common good by Titus Oates.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The popes ware-house, or, The merchandise of the whore of Rome published for the common good by Titus Oates.
Oates, Titus, 1649-1705.

London: Printed for Tho. Parkhurst, Dorman Newman, Thomas Cockerill, and Tho. Simmons, 1679.
Notes:
Caption title: The monstrous and abominable cheats of the Romish-pedlars.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Subject terms:
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature.
Indulgences.
Relics and reliquaries.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A53471.0001.001

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To the Right Honourable ANTHONY EARL of SHAFTSBURY, Baron Ashly of Wimbourne St. Gyles; Lord Cooper of Pawlet; Lord President of His Majesties most Honourable Privy Council.
To all that profess the Protestant Religion within this King∣dom of England, Grace, Mercy, and Peace.
The Monstrous and Abominable CHEATS OF THE Romish-PEDLARS.
The Introduction.
Of the Church of Lateran, and of the Reliques contained in the same.
Item, In a certain Tabernacle which is upon the Altar of Mary Magdalen, these Reliques are hid that follow.
Of the second Principal Church, and of the Reliques contained in the same.
Of the third principal Church, and of the Reliques contained in the same.
Of the fourth principal Church, and of the Reliques contained in the same.
Of the Fifth Principal Church, and of the Reliques comained in the same.
Of the Sixth Principal Church, and of the Reliques con∣tained in the same.
Of the seventh principal Church, and of the Reliques contained in the same.
The Reliques that are in other Churches at Rome.
A Register of such Reliques as I have found in reading Chronicles and Histories.
The Reliques that follow are taken out of an old written Book yet remaining in the Cathedral Church of Canterbury. This Book is called, Memorale multorum Henrici Prioris. And it may appear by the account to be 262 years since it was writ∣ten, and left for a perpetual remembrance of such things as at that time appertained unto the Monastery commonly called, Christ's Church, being then a place of Monks, now, through the benesit and liberality of the most noble King Henry the Eighth, a most worthy Cathedral Church, and Place of Godly and Learned Prebendaries, &c.
Of the famed, or rather, infamous Indulgences, Pardons, and Priviledges of Rome.
Here followeth the knowledge of what a Karin is.
Here followeth the Indulgences granted to other lower Churches in Rome.
Of certain Churches in Rome dedicated to our Lady.
Here follow certain other Churches, with their Indulgences and Pardons.
Here follow the Indulgencies and Pardons, which certain Popes have granted to all such as devoutly say certain Prayers, which hereafter shall be named.
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