history of Romish treasons and usurpations together with a particular account of many gross corruptions and impostures in the Church of Rome, highly dishonourable and injurious to Christian religion, to which is prefixt a large preface to the Romanists. by Henry Foulis

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Other titlesThe history of Popish treasons and usurpations
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Pagination[43], 99, 85-265 (i.e. 255), 271-534, [8] p.
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