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Author: Talbot, Peter, 1620-1680.
Title: The friar disciplind, or, Animadversions on Friar Peter Walsh his new remonstrant religion : the articles whereof are to be seen in the following page : taken out of his history and vindication of the loyal formulary ... / the author Robert Wilson.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The friar disciplind, or, Animadversions on Friar Peter Walsh his new remonstrant religion : the articles whereof are to be seen in the following page : taken out of his history and vindication of the loyal formulary ... / the author Robert Wilson.
Talbot, Peter, 1620-1680.

Printed at Gant: [s.n.], 1674.
Notes:
Reproduction of original in the Huntington Library.
Subject terms:
Walsh, Peter, -- 1618?-1688. -- History & vindication of the loyal formulary.
Church and state.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A62533.0001.001

Contents
title page
The 12. Articles of Friar PETER WALSH his new Remonstrant Religion.
THE CONCLUSION.
TO HIS GRACE IAMES DVKE OF ORMOND &c.
THE PREFACE.
THE FRIAR DISCIPLIN'D OR ANIMADVERSIONS ON FRIAR PETER WALSH HIS NEW REMONSTRANT RELIGION.
ANIMADVERSION I. Whether the Oath of supremacy attributes only ciuil authority to the King, and denies no spiritual, or Ecclesiastical power or authority to the Pope?
A NIMADVERSION 2. Whether the general Councells of Ephesus and Chalcedon, as also the Prouincial of Afrik of 217. Bishops allowed as much to the Emperor and no more spiritual autho∣rity to the Pope, than the Oath of Supremacy doth?
ANIMAD: 3. Whether it be rashness, obstinacy, and a sin in Roman Catholiks, to refuse the Oath of Supremacy, and Friar Walsh his Remonstrance?
ANIMAD: 4. Whether it be heresy or Treason to maintain, that the Superiors of the Franciscan Order (by virtue of the spiritual power which they haue from the Pope of gouerning their Friars) may command Friar Peter Walsh to be whipt against his own will, for misdemeanors?
ANIMAD: 5. Whether the Roman Catholik Church hath fallen into heresy, or hatherr'd enormously, these last 600. years for contradicting Friar Peter Walsh his doctrin of a spiritual supremary in temporal Soueraigns; and whether all the Ro∣man Catholik Bishops of all the world haue bin for the same 600. years, or as least are in this last Century, either Traytors to their So∣ueraigns, or periur'd to the Pope, for taking the ancient and vsual eath before Episcopal Consecration?
ANIMADVERSION 6. Of Friar Walsh his Remonstrant Church. Which principles be treasonable and impious; those of Friar Walh, or those of the Ro∣man Catholik Church for these last 600. years?
ANIMADVERSION 7. Of the practises of Friar Walsh his Remonstrant Church.
ANIMADVERSION 8. How the Protestants who had formerly a good opinion of Friar Walsh his Remonstrant Church came at length to alter it, and be fully conuinc't that both he and his Remonsttant Church∣men are Cheats.
ANIMADVERSION 9. Whether temporal Soueraigns can exempt from their Supreme coerciue power the Clergy of their Dominions?
A NIMADVERSION 10. Whether Christian temporal Soueraigns haue de facto exempted their Subiects of the Clergy, from their Supreme Secular Iudicature, and coerciue power.
ANIMADVERSION 11. Friar Walsh his Idea of the doctrin and disciplin of the Catholik Church, and of the equality of its Bishops.
ANIMADVERSION 12. Of the Emperors succeeding Constantin the Great.
A Charitable Exhortation to Friar Peter Walsh, taken out of S. Augustins works.