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Author: Underwood, John, fl. 1680.
Title: The church-papist (so-called), his religion and tenets fully discovered in a serious dispute ... whereby the common ... arguments of pretended visibility, succession, universality, &c., of the Roman Church ... are briefly confuted : whereunto is added, a short discourse proving episcopacy to be of divine institution, kingly government of Gods setting up, and the religion of the Church of England, to be the best in the world / by one of the children of the late captivity, 1680.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The church-papist (so-called), his religion and tenets fully discovered in a serious dispute ... whereby the common ... arguments of pretended visibility, succession, universality, &c., of the Roman Church ... are briefly confuted : whereunto is added, a short discourse proving episcopacy to be of divine institution, kingly government of Gods setting up, and the religion of the Church of England, to be the best in the world / by one of the children of the late captivity, 1680.
Underwood, John, fl. 1680.

London: Printed for Robert Hartford ..., 1680.
Notes:
Dedication signed: John Underwood.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Imperfect: upper margin cropped, some text illegible with print show-through.
Subject terms:
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A64702.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE HENRY Lord Jermyn, EARL OF St. Albans, BARON of BURY St. EDMONDS, and KNIGHT of the most Noble ORDER of the GARTER.
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THE CHURCH-PAPIST So Called.
The aforementioned Arguments of Dr. R. S. are four in number: The First, from the perpetual Visibility of the Church of Rome, viz.
The Second Argument from Succession, viz.
The Third Argument from pretended peculiar Privileges belonging to the Roman Church, viz.
The Fourth Argument, from Universality of the Roman Church, viz.
part
THE ANSWER.
argument 2
Your third Argument from pretended Privileges belonging to the Roman Church, viz.
Your fourth Argument, from Universality of the Roman Church, hath its Answer already in a great measure: But something more I shall particularly answer to the same, which you pro∣pound, thus.
That Episcopal and Kingly Government are inseparable in Eng∣land, and the Establishment of both are, Jure Divino.