A preservative against popery. [electronic resource] : Being an easie method of conviction from scripture and reason concerning these three great points: I. Prayers to saints and angels. II. Purgatory and prayers for the dead. III. Real presence and transubstantiation. With an appendix, containing the profession of the Romish faith, and the oath according to the decree of the council of Trent, set forth by Pope Pius IV. By which profession and oath it plainly appears that no popish king can protect a Protestant Church. By Edw. Aspinwall, A.M. sub-dean of His Majesties Chapel, and chaplain to the Right Honourable the Earl of Radnor