Truth triumphing over falshood, antiquity over novelty. Or, The first part of a just and seasonable vindication of the undoubted ecclesiasticall iurisdiction, right, legislative, coercive power of Christian emperors, kings, magistrates, parliaments, in all matters of religion, church-government, discipline, ceremonies, manners: summoning of, presiding, moderating in councells, synods; and ratifying their canons, determinations, decrees: as likewise of lay-mens right both to sit and vote in councells; ... In refutation of Mr. Iohn Goodwins Innocencies Triumph: my deare brother Burtons Vindication of churches, commonly called Independent: and of all anti-monarchicall, anti-Parliamentall, anti-synodicall, and anarchicall paradoxes of papists, prelates, Anabaptists, Arminians, Socinians, Brownists, or Independents: whose old and new objections to the contrary, are here fully answered.
Prynne, William, 1600-1669.

Errata.

Faults escaped in some Copies: pag. 5. lin. 14. read Regis. p. 22. l. 24. Constitutions, r. Consistories. p. 25. l. 21. premissis. p. 61. l. 12. actaque. p. 65. l. 32. necesse. l. 34. re∣ceptat r. refrixerat. l. 46. dele to. p. 69. l. 5. Turlstan. p. 75. l. 31. inhibit. l. 34. resist. desist. p. 85. l. 22. the. p. 26. l. 31. ch. 1. p. 101. l. 1. servus. l. 12. universa. p. 108. l. 9. issue. p. 169. informe. p. 116. l. 36. Ministers. masters. p. 120. l. 9. 35. l. 24. with his. his owne. p. 135. l. 45. clear. p. 131. l. 22. Fourthly. Fifthly. l. 31. Foure. Five.

Margin. p. 66. l. 21. 22. r. Incarnationis, Anno. p. 119. l. 1. Rom. 13. 1. p. 124. l. 3. 11. r. 18.