Ware's Tracts on Popery, [16--].


Ware's Tracts on Popery, [16--].

This volume contains four tracts on the Catholic Church. The first is a discussion of the question put by Catholics to Protestants regarding their Catholic ancestors' eternal fate. The second tract is translation from Latin of a letter from the Protestants of Bohemia to King Henry VIII. The third tract is a history of the "Church of Rome ab Anno 315". The last tract concerns the abolishment of penal statutes against Papist. The first three tracts, written about 1650, are attributed Sir James Ware. The fourth, by an anonymous author, was written about 1686.

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