|Title:||The late act of the convocation at Oxford examined: or, The obit of prelatique Protestancy: occasioning the conversion of W. R. (sometimes of Exeter Colledge in Oxford) to Catholique union.|
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The late act of the convocation at Oxford examined: or, The obit of prelatique Protestancy: occasioning the conversion of W. R. (sometimes of Exeter Colledge in Oxford) to Catholique union.
Printed at Rouen [i.e. Oxford: by Henry Hall], 1652.
|Alternate titles:||Late act of the convocation at Oxford examined Obit of prelatique Protestancy. Cursory animadversion upon Henry Fernes treatise, of the division between the English and Romish church upon the Reformation.|
"To the reader" signed: W. R. [i.e. William Rowland].
Place of publication and printer's name from Madan.
Text and register continuous despite pagination.
With errata at foot of p. 141.
Caption title on p. 133 reads: A cursory animadversion upon Henry Fernes treatise, of the division between the English and Romish church upon the Reformation.
Reproduction of the original in the Exeter College Library, Oxford University.
Ferne, Henry. -- Of the division between the English and Romish church -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Catholic converts -- Early works to 1800.
Conversion -- Early works to 1800.
A NARRATIVE Of the Motives and Effects of this Treatise,
The OBIT of Pre∣latique Protestancy; OR The last dying words of Episco∣pacy, faintly delivered in the Convocation house at Oxford, 1. of June, 1641. Conteining their rea∣sons against the Scottish Covenant and Pres∣bytery.
Your first Paragraph is of the first Article of the Covenant.
For the Doctrine you adde as followes.
Touching your additionall Reason of our charging you with embracing a Parliament Religion.
You go on in your Reasons.
But you goe on.
Yet you adventure to goe on:
To these in briefe thus.
You proceede. The SECOND ARTICLE OF THE COVENANT.
To your first.
Hinc illae Lachrymae.
To the Second.
To your third.
But you go on.
Ye go on.
You go on.
To the first.
To the second.
Finally ye add.
A cursory Animad∣version upon Henry Fernes Treatise, of the Division between the English and Ro∣mish Church upon the Reformation.