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Author: Stanley, William, 1647-1731.
Title: The Roman horseleech, or An impartial account of the intolerable charge of popery to this nation ... to which is annexed an essay of the supremacy of the King of England.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The Roman horseleech, or An impartial account of the intolerable charge of popery to this nation ... to which is annexed an essay of the supremacy of the King of England.
Stanley, William, 1647-1731., Staveley, Thomas, 1626-1684.

London: Printed by R.W. for Ralph Smith ..., 1674.
Notes:
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Attributed to Thomas Staveley. cf. NUC pre-1956.
Also attributed to William Stanley by Wing.
"The contents": p. [29]-[30].
Dicusses religious rites and groups which drew money from England, e.g. indulgences, Knights Templar, King John, etc.
Subject terms:
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1660-1714.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A61365.0001.001

Contents
imprimatur
title page
TO HIS Honoured Friend A.B.
The Contents Of the First TREATISE.
AN Historical Account, Or, a Remembrance of some of those summs of money heretofore going out of England to the Papacy, and Court of Rome, when the Pope exercised his Power here.
CHAP. I. Peter-pence.
CHAP. II. First Fruits, and Tenths.
CHAP. III. Legatine Levies.
CHAP. IV. King John's Pension.
CHAP. V. Appeals.
CHAP. VI. Dispensations.
CHAP. VII. Indulgences, Pardons.
The hoole Pardon of Rome graunted by divers Popes.
Indulgentia Domino Gerardo Braybroke militi, & Dominae Eli∣zabethae uxori ejus, per Bonifacium Pontificem Rom. ejus nomine no∣num concessa.
CHAP. VIII. Reliques, &c.
CHAP. IX. Jubile's, Pilgrimages.
The tax that every man shall put into the Cheste that woll receyve the gret grace of Jubeley.
CHAP. X. Offerings, Gifts, and Presents.
CHAP. XI. Collections.
CHAP. XII. Courts.
CHAP. XIII. Contributions for the Holy Land.
CHAP. XIV. Croisado's.
CHAP. XV. Ambassadors, Agents.
CHAP. XVI. Strangers Beneficed.
CHAP. XVII. Priories-Alien.
CHAP. XVIII. Knights Templars, and Hospitallers.
CHAP. XIX. Elections of Popes, and Cardinals.
CHAP. XX. Canonizations, &c.
CHAP. XXI. Pope's Legats, Collectors.
CHAP. XXII. Complaints of the People.
CHAP. XXIII. Matthew Paris Vindicated.
CHAP. XXIV. Abbies, Monasteries, &c.
CHAP. XXV. The Frier's Case.
An Essay of the Supre∣macy of the King of England, within his Majesty's Realms, and Dominions.