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Author: Morton, Thomas, 1564-1659.
Title: A full satisfaction concerning a double Romish iniquitie; hainous rebellion, and more then heathenish æquiuocation Containing three parts: the two former belong to the reply vpon the Moderate Answerer; the first for confirmation of the discouerie in these two points, treason and æquiuocation: the second is a iustification of Protestants, touching the same points. The third part is a large discourse confuting the reasons and grounds of other priests, both in the case of rebellion, and æquiuocation. Published by authoritie.
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2008-09 (EEBO-TCP Phase 1).
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Print source: A full satisfaction concerning a double Romish iniquitie; hainous rebellion, and more then heathenish æquiuocation Containing three parts: the two former belong to the reply vpon the Moderate Answerer; the first for confirmation of the discouerie in these two points, treason and æquiuocation: the second is a iustification of Protestants, touching the same points. The third part is a large discourse confuting the reasons and grounds of other priests, both in the case of rebellion, and æquiuocation. Published by authoritie.
Morton, Thomas, 1564-1659.

London: Printed by Richard Field for Edmond Weauer, 1606.
Subject terms:
Broughton, Richard. -- Just and moderate answer to a most injurious, and slaunderous pamphlet, intituled, An exact discovery of Romish doctrine in case of conspiracie and rebellion -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Catholics -- England -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A07807.0001.001

Contents
The first Part of this Reply, con∣teining the Confirmation of the former Dis∣couerie against the friuolous Cauils of the im∣moderate Answerer.
The second Part, containing a Iu∣stification of Protestants against slaunderous imputations, obiected vnto them by this Answerer in two points,
THE THIRD PART,
The second Member of this Third part, Which is a Confutation of the wicked doctrine of Aequiuocation.