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Author: Preston, Thomas, 1563-1640.
Title: A cleare, sincere, and modest confutation of the vnsound, fraudulent, and intemperate reply of T.F. who is knowne to be Mr. Thomas Fitzherbert now an English Iesuite. Wherein also are confuted the chiefest obiections which D. Schulckenius, who is commonly said to be Card. Bellarmine, hath made against Widdrintons [sic] Apologie for the right, or soueraigntie of temporall princes. By Roger Widdrington an English Catholike.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A cleare, sincere, and modest confutation of the vnsound, fraudulent, and intemperate reply of T.F. who is knowne to be Mr. Thomas Fitzherbert now an English Iesuite. Wherein also are confuted the chiefest obiections which D. Schulckenius, who is commonly said to be Card. Bellarmine, hath made against Widdrintons [sic] Apologie for the right, or soueraigntie of temporall princes. By Roger Widdrington an English Catholike.
Preston, Thomas, 1563-1640.

[London: Printed by Eliot's Court Press and George Eld] Permissu superiorum, 1616.
Alternate titles: Cleare, sincere, and modest confutation of the unsound, fraudulent, and intemperate reply of T.F. who is knowne to be Mr. Thomas Fitzherbert now an English Jesuite Cleare, sincere, and modest confutation of the unsound, fraudulent, and intemperate reply of T.F. who is knowne to be Mr. Thomas Fitzherbert now an English Jesuite.
Notes:
Roger Widdrington = Thomas Preston.
A reply to "The reply of T.F. in defence of the two first chapters of his Supplement to the Discussion &c." by Thomas Fitzherbert, and "Apologia pro Roberto Bellarmino Card. de potestate Rom. Pontificis temporali" by Adolphus Schulckenius.
Eld printed quires 2P-end; Eliot's Court Press printed the rest (STC).
"An adioinder to the first and second part" (caption title) begins new pagination on 2B1r.
With a final errata leaf.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Preston, Thomas, -- 1563-1640. -- Apologia Cardinalis Bellarmini pro jure principum -- Early works to 1800.
Bellarmino, Roberto Francesco Romolo, -- Saint, -- 1542-1621.
Fitzherbert, Thomas, -- 1552-1640. -- Reply of T.F. in defence of the two first chapters of his Supplement to the Discussion &c. -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Schulckenius, Adolphus. -- Apologia pro Roberto Bellarmino Card. de potestate Rom. Pontificis temporali -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Catholic Church -- England -- Early works to 1800.
Church and state -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A15308.0001.001

Contents
title page
THE CONTENTS of this Treatise.
The Epistle to English Catholikes.
The Preface to the Reader.
The first Part.
Chap. 1.
Chap. 2.
Chap. 3.
Chap. 4.
Chap. 5.
Chap. 6.
The second part.
Chap. 1.
Chap. 2.
Chap. 3.
Chap. 4.
Chap. 5.
Chap. 6.
Chap. 7.
Chap. 8.
Chap. 9.
Chap. 10.
The Adioynder.
TO ALL ENGLISH CATHOLIKES, who are of opinion, that the Pope hath power to depose temporal PRINCES, ROGER WIDDRINGTON their Brother and Seruant in CHRIST wisheth true zeale, knovvledge, and felicitie.
THE PREFACE TO the Reader. Wherein Mr. FITZHERBERTS PREFACE is confuted, the matter which WIDDRING∣TON handleth, and the manner how he pro∣ceedeth therein, is declared, and his do∣ctrine proued to be truely probable, and neither preiudiciall to his MAIESTIES seruice, nor to the Consciences of Catholikes.
The first part,
The first CHAPTER,
Chap. 2.
Chap. 3.
Chap. 4.
Chap. 5.
Chap. 6.
THE SECOND PART
Chap. 1.
Chap. 2.
Chap. 3.
Chap. 4.
Chap. 5.
Chap. 6.
Chap. 7.
Chap. 8.
Chap 9.
Chap. 10.
AN ADJOJNDER to the first and second Part, wherein Widdringtons Interpretation of that Clause of the Oath, wherein the Doctrine (that Princes, who are excommunicated or depri∣ued by the Pope, may bee deposed or murthered by their Subiects) is abiured as impious and hereticall, is proued to be sound, and sufficient, and is cleared from all absurdity or contra∣diction, euen by Mr. FITZHERBERTS examples, and that it may without any Periury be sworne by any CATHOLIKE.
Faults escaped.
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