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Author: Samways, Peter, 1615-1693.
Title: The church of Rome not sufficiently defended from her apostacy, heresie, and schisme as appears by an answer to certain quæries, printed in a book entituled Fiat Lux, and sent transcribed (as 'tis suppos'd) from thence by a Romanist to a priest of the Church of England. Whereunto are annexed the Romanist's reply to the Protestant's Answer, and the Protestant's rejoynder to that reply. By P.S. D.D.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The church of Rome not sufficiently defended from her apostacy, heresie, and schisme as appears by an answer to certain quæries, printed in a book entituled Fiat Lux, and sent transcribed (as 'tis suppos'd) from thence by a Romanist to a priest of the Church of England. Whereunto are annexed the Romanist's reply to the Protestant's Answer, and the Protestant's rejoynder to that reply. By P.S. D.D.
Samways, Peter, 1615-1693.

Yorke: printed by A. Broade, and are to be sold by R. Lambert at the Minster-Gates, 1663.
Notes:
P.S. = Peter Samways.
With imprimatur statement on A1v dated: Aprill, 14. 1663.
With an errata leaf inserted between quires A and B; with an additional leaf in quire D.
With marginal notes.
In response to John Vincent Canes. Fiat lux. Or, A general conduct to a right understanding in the great combustions and broils about religion here in England.
Reproduction of the original in the Dr. Williams' Library, London.
Subject terms:
J. V. C. (John Vincent Canes), -- d. 1672. -- Fiat lux. Or, A general conduct to a right understanding in the great combustions and broils about religion here in England -- Early works to 1800.
Anti-Catholicism -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A61458.0001.001

Contents
imprimatur
title page
To the Right Honou∣rable, and Right Reve∣rend Father in God, JOHN, Ld. Bishop & Count Palatine of Duresme.
To my worthy friend Walter Lyster Esquire.
ERRATA.
The Invalidity of the Church of Rome's Plea against her Apos∣tacy, Heresy, & Schisme, as appears by a Protestants answer to certain QUAERIES, &c.
The Romanist's Quaeries.
The Protestants Answer.
The Romanists Reply to the Pro∣testants Answer.
Reply.
Reply.
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Reply.
Reply.
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Reply.
The Protestants Rejoynder to the Romanists Reply.