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Author: Pugh, Robert, 1609-1679.
Title: Blacklo's Cabal discovered in severall of their letters clearly expressing designs inhumane against regulars, vniust against the laity, scismatical aganist [sic] the Pope, cruel against Orthodox clergy men and ovvning the nullity of the chapter, their opposition of Episcopall authority / published by R. Pugh ...
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Blacklo's Cabal discovered in severall of their letters clearly expressing designs inhumane against regulars, vniust against the laity, scismatical aganist [sic] the Pope, cruel against Orthodox clergy men and ovvning the nullity of the chapter, their opposition of Episcopall authority / published by R. Pugh ...
Pugh, Robert, 1609-1679.

[Douay?: s.n.], 1680.
Notes:
Thomas White of Essex was commonly known as Blacklo. Cf. Pref.
Place of publication from Wing.
Errata: p. [1] at end.
Reproduction of original in British Library.
Subject terms:
White, Thomas, -- 1593-1676.
Catholic Church -- England -- Controversial literature.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A56262.0001.001

Contents
title page
The Epistle to the Catholick Reader.
A Copy of a LETTER Of Mr. White to Dr. Holden.
Sir. Ken. D. to Dr. Holden. Epist. 2.
letter 3
Mr. VVhite to Sir Ken. D. Epist. 4.
Mr. Fitton to Sir K. D. Epist. 5.
Dr. Holden. to Sir Kenelme Digby. Epist. 6.
Epist. 7.
Mr. Fitton to Sir K. D. Epist. 8.
Epist. 9.
Mr. VVhite to Sir Ken. D. Epist. 10.
Testimonium Concilij Constantiensis et S. Basilij. Quod accidens possit existere absque omni subiecto
Epist. 12.
Epist. 13.
Letter of Dr. Holden to Sir K. D. in French Epist. 14.
A Question to be proposed to the Sorbon.
Dr. Holden to Sir Kenelme Digby Resi∣dent for the Queen of Great Brittany at Rome 6. of Sept. 1647. Epist. 16.
Mr. Fitton to Sir K. D. Epist. 17.
Dr. Holden to Sir K. D. Epist. 18.
Dr. Holden's Instructions.
Larger Instructions in Dr. Holden's hand VVriting.
Mr. Blacklovv to Sir K. D. Epist. 21.
Sir Ken. D to Sir Iohn VVintour.
Sir Ken. D. to Mr. Fitton Epist. 23.
Epist. 24.
Oath
Points.
Sir Ken. D. to Mr. Fitton Epist. 26.
Epist. 27.
Epist. 28.
Epist. 29.
This Act vvas deluered to the Army by 5. or 6. Lords & some 50. other persons of quality.
Agentis Cleri Supplicatio ad sumūm Pontificem Ex Italico translata.
Sir Kenel. D. to Dr. Holden. Epist. 32.
Epist. 33.
Mr. Thomas VVhite to Sir K. D. Epist 34.
Sir Ken. D. to Dr. Holden. Epist. 35.
Epist. 36.
Epist. 37.
Epist. 38.
Epist. 39.
Mr. Dr. Holden to Sir Ken. Digby. Epist 40.
Epist. 41.
Epist. 42.
Sir K. D. to Monsieur Du Bose. Epist. 43.
Sir K. D. to Mr. Blacklovv Epist. 44.
Sir Ken. D. to Mr. Iacob Boeve. Epist. 45.
Mr. Blacklovv to Sir K. D. Epist. 46.
Mr. Blacklovv to Sir Ken. D. Epist. 47.
Mr. Blacklovv to Sir K. D. Epist. 48.
Epist. 49.
A Letter of the chapter to Abbot Mon∣tagu about his being Bishop. Epist▪ 50.
Epist 51.
Opinion of the Clergy men in Paris Concerning the points in debate in Dovvay Colledge.
A Letter from Ab. Montagu to D. Ellis. Epist. 53.
A Letter of Dr. Ellis to Abbot Montagu. Epist. 54.
Epist. 55.
Epist 56.
errata