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Author Featley, Daniel, 1582-1645
Title Virtumnus [sic] Romanus, or, A discourse penned by a romish priest, [electronic resource] : wherein he endevours to prove that it is lawfull for a papist in England to goe to the Protestant church, to receive the Communion, and to take the oathes both of allegiance and supremacie. To which are adjoyned animadversions in the in the [sic] margin by way of antidote against those places where the rankest poyson is couched. By Daniel Featley Dr. in Divinitie
Imprint London : Imprinted by I.L. for Nicholas Bourne, and Iohn Bartlet: and are to be sold at the South entrance at the Royall Exchange, and at the gilt Cup neere Austins Gate, in Pauls Church-yard, 1642
Descript [20], 156 p
Series Early English books online
Note A printing of and reply to the anonymous "A safegard from shipwracke" (a different work from STC 19073)
With a preliminary imprimatur leaf
"A safegard from shipwracke" begins on A1r with a separate dated title page, annotated by Featly
Running title reads: A safeguard from shipwracke, to a prudent Catholike
In some copies, the "i" in "Virtumnus" has been overstruck with an "e"
Reproduction of the original in the British Library
Wing (2nd ed.) F597
Thomason E.129[15]
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI, 1999- (Early English books online) Digital version of: (Thomason Tracts ; 23:E129[15]) s1999 miun s
Subject Safegard from shipwracke -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800
Catholics -- England -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800
Alt Title Vertumnus Romanus
Discourse penned by a romish priest
Safeguard from shipwracke, to a prudent Catholike
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