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Author: N. N.
Title: The arts and pernicious designs of Rome wherein is shewn what are the aims of the Jesuits & friers, and what means they use to obtain them, to the prejudice of this nation and the future involving it in misery, together with some proposals to prevent the same / by a person of their own communion, who turned romanist about thirty years since.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The arts and pernicious designs of Rome wherein is shewn what are the aims of the Jesuits & friers, and what means they use to obtain them, to the prejudice of this nation and the future involving it in misery, together with some proposals to prevent the same / by a person of their own communion, who turned romanist about thirty years since.
N. N.

London: Printed for Henry Brome, 1680.
Notes:
Caption title : The sentiments of N.N. touching the Roman consistories, designs and practices, & c.
Signed: N.N.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Subject terms:
Jesuits -- England.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A25960.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE REVEREND, His most Honoured good FRIENDS, Mr: H. Th. and Mr. N. Thr. Di∣vines, and Dignitaries of the Church of England.
THE PƲBLISHER TO THE READER.
A NOTE concerning ERRATA.
The SENTIMENTS of N. N. Touching the ROMAN Consistories, DESIGNS and PRACTICES, &c.
The First Proposition.
Proposition II.
Proposition III.
Proposition IV.
Proposition V.
Proposition VI.
Proposition VII.
Proposition VIII.
Proposition IX.
Proposition X.
Proposition XI.
Proposition XII.
Proposition XIII.
Proposition XIV.
Proposition XV.
Proposition XVI.
Proposition XVII.
Proposition XVIII.
Proposition XIX.
Proposition XX.
Proposition XXI.
Proposition XXII.
Proposition XXIII.
Proposition XXIV.
Proposition XXV.
Proposition XXVI.
Proposition XXVII.
Proposition XXVIII.
Proposition XXIX.
Proposition XXX.
Proposition XXXI.
Proposition XXXII.
Proposition XXXIII.
Proposition XXXIV.
Proposition XXXV.
Proposition XXXVI.
Proposition XXXVII.
Proposition XXXVIII.
Proposition XXXIX.
Proposition XL.
Proposition XLI.
Proposition XLII.
Proposition XLIII.
Proposition XLIV.
Proposition XLV.
Proposition XLVI.
Proposition XLVII.
Proposition XLVIII.
POST-SCRIPT to the precedent Matter.
Proposition XLIX.
Proposition L.