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Author: Morton, Thomas, 1564-1659.
Title: The Lords Supper or, A vindication of the sacrament of the blessed body and blood of Christ according to its primitive institution. In eight books; discovering the superstitious, sacrilegious, and idolatrous abomination of the Romish Master. Together with the consequent obstinacies, overtures of perjuries, and the heresies discernable in the defenders thereof. By Thomas Morton B.D. Bp. of Duresme.
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Print source: The Lords Supper or, A vindication of the sacrament of the blessed body and blood of Christ according to its primitive institution. In eight books; discovering the superstitious, sacrilegious, and idolatrous abomination of the Romish Master. Together with the consequent obstinacies, overtures of perjuries, and the heresies discernable in the defenders thereof. By Thomas Morton B.D. Bp. of Duresme.
Morton, Thomas, 1564-1659.

London: printed for R.M. And part of the impression to be vended for the use and benefit of Edward Minshew, gentleman, M.D.C.LVI. [1656]
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Lord's Supper -- Early works to 1800.
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Contents
OF THE INSTITVTION OF THE SACRAMENT of the blessed Body and Blood OF CHRIST, &c.
The first Booke.
CHAP. II.
CHAP. III.
THE SECOND BOOKE, Concerning the first Doctrinall Point, which is the Inter∣pretation of the words of Christ's Institution; [THIS IS MY BODY: THIS IS MY BLOOD.] LVKE 22.
CHAP. II.
THE THIRD BOOKE, Treating of the First Romish Doctrinall Consequence, pretended to arise from your former depraved Exposi∣tion of Christ's wordes. [This is my Body.] called TRANSVBSTAN∣TIATION.
CHAP. III.
CHAP. IV.
THE FOVRTH BOOKE, Treating of the second Romish Consequence, arising from the false Exposition of these words of Christ, [THIS IS MY BODY,] called Corporall Pre∣sence in the Sacrament of the Eucharist.
CHAP. V.
CHAP. X.
{fleur-de-lys} A Vindication of the former Truth, against the palpably-Absurd (albeit amongst you, most plausible) Defence of your seeming Romish Absurdities, in Master Fishers Answer to KING JAMES, of Blessed and ever survi∣ving Memory. SECT. VI.
THE FIFTH BOOKE Treating of the Third Romish Doctrinall Consequence, arising from your depraved Sense of the words of Christs Institution [THIS IS MY BODY] concerning the maner of the present Vnion of Christs Body with the Bodies of the Receivers by eating, &c.
CHAP. II.
THE SIXTH BOOKE, Entreating of the fourth Romish Consequence, which concerneth the pretended proper Propitiatorie Sa∣crifice in the Romish Masse, arising from the depraved Sense of the former words of Christ; [THIS IS MY BODY:] and confuted by the true Sense of the words following, [IN REMEMBRANCE OF MEE.]
CHAP. III.
CHAP. V.
CHAP. XII.
THE SEVENTH BOOKE, Concerning the last Romish Consequence, derived from the depraved sense of the words of Christ, [THIS IS MY BODY;] which is your Divine Adora∣tion of the Sacrament; contrary to these other words of Christ, [IN REMEM∣BRANCE OF MEE.]
THE EIGHTH BOOKE, Of the Additionalls; by a Summary Discovery of the manifold Abominations of the Romish Masse; and, of the Iniquities of the Defenders thereof.