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Author: Mercurius, Hibernicus.
Title: A pacquet of popish delusions, false miracles, and lying wonders together with many grand divisions among papists: far exceeding both in quality and quantity those among Protestants: notwithstanding their seeming unity. Exposed to the shame of popery. Whereunto is added the papists dissentions from the Protestant: with (that, the enemy so much glorys-in, viz.) the differences of the Protestants among themselves. And, a fearful caution to apostatizing Protestants. By Mercurius Hibernicus.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A pacquet of popish delusions, false miracles, and lying wonders together with many grand divisions among papists: far exceeding both in quality and quantity those among Protestants: notwithstanding their seeming unity. Exposed to the shame of popery. Whereunto is added the papists dissentions from the Protestant: with (that, the enemy so much glorys-in, viz.) the differences of the Protestants among themselves. And, a fearful caution to apostatizing Protestants. By Mercurius Hibernicus.
Mercurius, Hibernicus.

London: printed by Tho. Dawks, 1681.
Alternate titles: Popish delusions, and divisions
Notes:
Partly in verse.
Half-title reads "Popish delusions, and divisions." with the words "delusions, and divisions." bracketed together.
The last 4 pages are numbered: 57, 70, [indecipherable], [blank].
Imperfect; pages cropped with loss of numbering.
Errata at the foot of E2r.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Protestants -- England -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A54401.0001.001

Contents
title page
half title
frontispiece
TO The Right Honourable Sir ROBERT CLAYTON, Kt. Lord Mayor OF LONDON: AND, One of Its Representatives in this▪ Parliament.
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The Preface.
A PAQUET OF POPISH DELUSIONS, False MIRACLES and Lying WONDERS, Published to the Shame of POPERY.
Delusion I.
Delusion II.
Delusion III.
Delusion IV.
Delusion V.
Delusion VI.
Delusion VII.
Delusion VIII.
Delusion IX.
Delusion X.
Delusion XI.
Delusion XII. XIII.
Delusion XIII.
Delusion XIV.
Delusion XV. XVI.
Delusion XVII, XVIII.
Delusion XIX.
Delusion XX.
Delusion XXI.
Delusion XXII.
Delusion XXIII.
Popish DIVISIONS. OR, Their Dissentions amongst themselves, Even in Fundamental Points.
I. Division.
II. Division.
III. Division.
IV. Division.
V. Division.
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Thus Englished.
VI. Division.
VII. Division.
VIII. Division.
IX. Division.
X. Division.
XI. Division.
XII. Division.
XIII. Division.
XIV. Division.
XV. Division.
XVI. Division.
XVII Division.
XVIII. DIVISION.
XIX. Division.
XX. Division.
XXI. Division.
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