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Author: Tomlinson, William.
Title: Innovations of popery in the Church of Rome,: calling for repentance and reformation; being as a wall of separation between Christians and Christians. : Wherein is shewed, that the mystery of iniquity, Sodom and Egypt spiritual ... are all founded in innovations. : Given forth partly to stir up our thankfulness to God for his former mercies to this nation ... / By one that loves all that fear the Lord ... W.T.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Innovations of popery in the Church of Rome,: calling for repentance and reformation; being as a wall of separation between Christians and Christians. : Wherein is shewed, that the mystery of iniquity, Sodom and Egypt spiritual ... are all founded in innovations. : Given forth partly to stir up our thankfulness to God for his former mercies to this nation ... / By one that loves all that fear the Lord ... W.T.
Tomlinson, William.

London: Printed for Thomas Northcott in George-Yard in Lumbard-Street, 1689.
Subject terms:
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A94746.0001.001

Contents
title page
INNOVATIONS OF Popery IN THE CHURCH OF ROME, CALLING For Repentance and Reforma∣tion, &c.
A POST-SCRIPT, to those that are Members or Ʋpholders of the Great Whore.
Books Printed and Sold by Thomas Northcott, in George-Yard, in Lumbard-street.