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Author: Lynde, Humphrey, Sir.
Title: The ancient doctrine of the Church of England maintained in its primitive purity. Containing a justification of the XXXIX. articles of the Church of England, against papists and schismaticks: The similitude and harmony betwixt the Romane Catholick, and the heretick, with a discovery of their abuses of the fathers, in the first XVI ages, and the many heresies introduced by the Roman Church. Together with a vindication of the antiquity and universality of the ancient Protestant faith. Written long since by that eminent and learned divine Daniel Featly D.D. Seasonable for these times.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The ancient doctrine of the Church of England maintained in its primitive purity. Containing a justification of the XXXIX. articles of the Church of England, against papists and schismaticks: The similitude and harmony betwixt the Romane Catholick, and the heretick, with a discovery of their abuses of the fathers, in the first XVI ages, and the many heresies introduced by the Roman Church. Together with a vindication of the antiquity and universality of the ancient Protestant faith. Written long since by that eminent and learned divine Daniel Featly D.D. Seasonable for these times.
Lynde, Humphrey, Sir., Featley, Daniel, 1582-1645.

London: printed for Austin Rice, and are to be sold at the Crown in Saint Pauls Church-yard, 1660.
Subject terms:
Floyd, John, -- 1572-1649. -- A paire of spectacles for Sir Humfrey Linde to see his way withall
Jenison, Robert, -- 1584?-1652
Church of England. -- Early works to 1800.
Church of England -- Doctrines -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A88669.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE RIGHT Reverend Father in God, THOMAS, By Divine Providence, Lord B. of DURESME, &c.
The CONTENTS of the first Part.
Errata in the first Part.
part 1
To J. R. AUTHOR OF THE BOOKE CALLED A paire of Spectacles.
AN ANSWER TO HIS PREFACE to the Reader.
An Answer to J. R. his booke called A paire of Spectacles.
CHAP. I. The Summe of his Answer to my first Chapter.
CHAP. II. The summe of his Answer to my first Section.
But the Reformers are Heretikes.
CHAP. III. The summe of his Answer to my second and third Sections.
CHAP. IV. The summe of his Answer to my Fourth Section.
CHAP. V. The summe of his Answer to my Fifth Section.
CHAP. VI. The summe of his Answer to my Sixth Section.
CHAP. VII. The summe of his Answer to Sect. 7.
CHAP. VIII. The summe of his Answer to Sect. 8.
part 1
The Titles of the severall Chapters, and Sections in the ensuing Treatise.
Errata in the second Part.
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CONCERNING IVSTIFICATION BY FAITH ONLY.
The Hammer.
Concerning Transubstantiation Spectacles chap. 9. Sect. 2. à pag. 132. ad 187.
The Hammer.
Concerning private Masses, Spectacles Paragraph 3. à pag. 187. vs{que} ad 199.
The Hammer.
Concerning the 7. Sacraments, Spectacles, paragraph. 4. a pag. 199. us{que} ad 242.
The Hammer.
Concerning the Communion in both kindes. Spectacles, chap. 9. Section 5. a pag. 242. us{que} ad 259.
The Hammer.
Concerning Prayer in an un∣knowne tongue. Spectacles, Sect. 6. a pag. 259. us{que} ad 283.
The Hammer.
Concerning worshiping of Ima∣ges. Spectacles, Sect. 7. a pag. 283. us{que} ad 319.
The Hammer.
Concerning Indulgences, Specta∣cles, paragraph 8. a page 319. usque ad 345.
The Hammer.
Concerning the infallible certain∣ty of the Protestant faith, and the un∣certainty of the Romish; Spectacles, Chapter the 10. a page 346. us{que} ad 380.
The Hammer.
Concerning the greater safety and comfort in the Protestant faith then in the Romish; Spectacles, Chap. 11. a page. 381. us{que} ad 404.
The Hammer.
Concerning the Fathers, whether Protestants or Papists attribute more unto them; Spectacles, chap. 12. a page 405. us{que} ad 434.
The Hammer.
Concerning Razing of Records and clipping Authors tongues; Spe∣ctacles, Chap. 13. a page 435. us{que} ad 446.
The Hammer.
Concerning our adversaries their blasphemous exceptions against the Scripture; Spectacles, Chap. 14. à page 447. us{que} ad 463.
The Hammer.
Concerning the testomonies of Cardinall Bellarmine; Chapter 15. Spectacles, a page 464. us{que} ad 485.
The Hammer.
Concerning Romish Martyrs; Spectacles, Chapter 16. a page 485. usque ad 490.
The Hammer.
Concerning the Protestants chari∣table opinion of the salvation of Pa∣pists; Spectacles, Chap. 17. à page 491. us{que} ad 508.
The Hammer.
Flood.
Answer.
Flood.
Answer.
Flood.
Answer.
Flood.
Answer.
Concerning the confession of all sides for the safety of the Protestant Religion; Spectacles, Chapter 18. à page 509. us{que} ad finem.
The Hammer.