|Author:||Wagstaffe, John, 1633-1677.|
|Title:||Historical reflections on the Bishop of Rome:: chiefly discovering those events of humane affaires which most advanced the papal usurpation. By John Wagstaff, M.A. O.C.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Historical reflections on the Bishop of Rome:: chiefly discovering those events of humane affaires which most advanced the papal usurpation. By John Wagstaff, M.A. O.C.
Wagstaffe, John, 1633-1677.
Oxford: printed by Hen: Hall, for Ric. Davis; and are to be sold by S. Thompson at the Bishops Head in St Pauls Church-yard, 1660.
Popes -- Primacy
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature
CHAP. I. That the Roman Bishops had no supremacy over the Primitive Christians.
CHAP. II. How or by what causes the Pope was advanced to a supremacy in the Church.
CHAP. III. How or by what Causes the Pope was not onely con∣firmed in his Ecclesiastical usurpation, but was also encouraged to invade the rights of the Magistrate.
CHAP. IV. A Corollary deduced from the preceeding discourse, with a Conclusion intimating how much the Pope is beholding to the want of able and Faithfull Historians.
The Method and Contents.