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An historical examination of the authority of general councils : shewing the false dealing that hath been used in the publishing of them ; and the difference amongst the papists themselves about their number
Bib ID 1518796
Format BookBook
Author
Jenkin, Robert, 1656-1727
 
Description London : Printed for Henry Mortlock, 1688 
[xix], 76 p. ; 22 cm. 
Notes

Title in double line border.

Imprimatur on p. [ii].

Signatures: Ap4s, (a)p4s, (b)p2s, B-Kp4s, Lp2s.

Cited In

Wing, J568.

Subjects Catholic Church -- Controversial literature.  |  Church of England -- Doctrines.  |  Councils and synods, Ecumenical.  |  Literary forgeries and mystifications.  |  Church history -- Primitive and early church, approximately 30-600.

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