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Author: Featley, Daniel, 1582-1645.
Title: The grand sacrilege of the Church of Rome, in taking away the sacred cup from the laiety at the Lords Table: detected, and conuinced by the euidence of holy Scripture, and testimonies of all ages successiuely from the first propagation of the catholike Christian faith to this present: together with two conferences; the former at Paris with D. Smith, now stiled by the Romanists B of Calcedon; the later at London with M Euerard, priest: by Dan. Featly, Doctor in Diuinity.
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Print source: The grand sacrilege of the Church of Rome, in taking away the sacred cup from the laiety at the Lords Table: detected, and conuinced by the euidence of holy Scripture, and testimonies of all ages successiuely from the first propagation of the catholike Christian faith to this present: together with two conferences; the former at Paris with D. Smith, now stiled by the Romanists B of Calcedon; the later at London with M Euerard, priest: by Dan. Featly, Doctor in Diuinity.
Featley, Daniel, 1582-1645.

London: Printed by Felix Kyngston for Robert Milbourne, and are to be sold in Pauls Churchyard at the signe of the Greyhound, 1630.
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Smith, Richard, 1566-1655.
Everard, Thomas, 1560-1633.
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A00597.0001.001
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Contents
THE GRAND SACRILEGE OF THE CHVRCH OF ROME.
CHAP. XI. The eleuenth Argument, drawne from the vniforme, and constant practice of the Catholike Church in all ages.