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Author: Patrick, Simon, 1626-1707.
Title: The Virgin Mary misrepresented by the Roman Church in the traditions of that church, concerning her life and glory; and in the devotions paid to her, as the mother of God. Both shewed out of the offices of that church, the lessons on her festivals, and from their allowed authors. Part I. Wherein two of her feasts, her conception and nativity, are considered.
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2011-12 (EEBO-TCP Phase 2).
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Print source: The Virgin Mary misrepresented by the Roman Church in the traditions of that church, concerning her life and glory; and in the devotions paid to her, as the mother of God. Both shewed out of the offices of that church, the lessons on her festivals, and from their allowed authors. Part I. Wherein two of her feasts, her conception and nativity, are considered.
Patrick, Simon, 1626-1707., Patrick, John, 1632-1695.

London,: Printed for Richard Chiswell ..., MDCLXXXVIII. [1688]
Subject terms:
Mary, -- Blessed Virgin, Saint -- Early works to 1800.
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/B04950.0001.001

Contents
half title
imprimatur
title page
CONTE OF THE PRINCIPAL MATRS
ERRATA.
THE INTRODUCTION. Giving an account whence the Roman Church has so much to say concerning the B. Virgin, when the Scriptures and the Ancient Writers of the Church say so little of Her.
CHAP. I. An account of the Currant Faith of the Roman Church concerning the B. Virgin, and of the Worship they pay to her suitable to that Belief. Beginning with her Predestination, to her Nativity.
introduction
SECT. I. Of the B. Virgin's Predestination.
introduction
REMARKS.
section 2
SECT. II. The Legend of the Blessed Virgin's Parents, and of her Conception.
REMARKS.
section 3
SECT. III. Of the Blessed Virgins Conception being Immaculate.
REMARKS.
SECT. IV. The History of the Embassie from Two Kings of Spain to Rome, to obtain a Decision of the Controversy a∣bout the Immaculate Conception.
SECT. V. Concerning the Feast of the Virgin Mary's Conception.
CHAP. II. Of the blessed Virgin's Nativity.
SECT. I. Devotions to her, with Relation to her Birth.
SECT. II. Concerning the blessed Virgin's Nativity, and the Cir∣cumstances of her Birth; with Remarks thereupon.
SECT. III. Devotions to the Parents of the blessed Virgin.
introduction
Devotions to S. Joachim.
Devotions to S. Anne, as Mother of the B. Virgin.
SECT. IV. Concerning the Feast of her Nativity.
SECT. V. Of the blessed Virgin's Name.
introduction
SECT. I: An Office of the Name of the blessed Virgin.
SECT. VI. Remarks on what their Offices and Authors say concern∣ing the blessed Virgin's Name.
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