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he writeth of Mr. Calvin ; and some other points concerning my purpose ...........................

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CHAPTER XI.
How, my Lord returning from Westminster, I made my ap-

pearance, and what passed in the same. How I was
finally referred to Mr. Doctor Barlow, Dean of Chester,
and so dismissed again unto the end of the next term ;
and what conference I had with the said Doctor Barlow... 112

THE SECOND PART Of this Treatise, concerning my Search into Protestant Writers

and Writings.

CHAPTER 1.
What resolution I took after I was thus dismissed by my

Lord of Canterbury; how I came to confer with a learned
man of the Catholic side in prison ; and of a new obliga-
tion that I took upon me to read and examine further,
both Protestant and Catholic authors, for trial of two
points that pressed me much ................

... 120

CHAPTER II.
How by occasion of seeking out the foresaid books, I hap-

pened also upon others that gave me much light in divers
matters, though with more trouble of mind than before ;
but especially about Martin Luther's conference with the
Devil ..........................

........... 127

CHAPTER III.
How, after the perusal of these conferences of Mr. Luther

and Mr. Zuinglius with the Devil, I passed further to exa-
mine some of their doctrines before mentioned; and what I
found confirmed thereof by themselves ; as, also, the great
dissensions I discovered in Protestant writers of different
professions ..........

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136

CHAPTER IV.

PAGE What I found in the same Protestant authors concerning Mr. Calvin and Mr. Beza, and their manner of proceeding. And what I observed of myself in perusing Mr. Calvin's works concerning the point in hand of untrue dealing, false accusations, &c. ...................................

... 148

CHAPTER V.
What view I'made of English Protestant authors, especially

of Mr. Jewell, for trial of this point of true, or untrue,
dealing in their writings. With a note prefixed of the
chief books which I found written on both sides, from the
beginning of Queen Elizabeth's reign; and what matter
they administered unto me of consideration ............... 166

CHAPTER VI.
Of other places observed by mine own reading out of Mr.

Jewell's works, of like unsincerity to the former, which greatly moved me to suspect his fidelity in writing......... 179

CHAPTER VII.
What strange shifts, sleights, frauds, deceits, and other such

cunning and artificial conveyances, the Catholic writers
do object, besides the former particular untruths, out of
Mr. Jewell's books; and what I found thereof to be true
or false ........

.......... 201

CHAPTER VIII.
How besides these escapes of Mr. Jewell, observed and ob-

jected by others, I had noted also divers myself, by read-
ing his works, which I could not well answer or excuse :
as neither some other alleged by Mr. Rastall, who ob-
jecteth thirteen several chapters of divers sorts of falsities 218

CHAPTER IX.
The justification which Mr. Jewell endeavoureth to make of

divers of the foresaid falsities, deceits, and corruptions
objected against him; and how I examined the same for
my better satisfaction, but could little or nothing be satis-

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fied therein ; and consequently I remained more doubtful and perplexed than before ....

........ 227

CHAPTER X.
How after this I proceeded to examine the imputations of

other untruths laid against sundry Protestant writers, to
the number of some nine or ten; and what I found in the
perusal thereof, especially in imputations laid against Mr.
Willet .........

................ 242 CHAPTER XI. How next after this I lighted upon a book of Mr. Doctor

Dove, wherein he persuadeth English Recusants to leave their recusancy, and to join with him and the English Church in points of Protestant religion; the reasons which he useth, and the small substance and bad manner of dealing that I found therein ......

259

CHAPTER XII. What I found in Mr. Thomas Rogers's book of the “ Ca- ..

tholic Doctrine of the Church of England,” contained in thirty-nine articles agreed upon by the English clergy ... 275

THE THIRD PART Of this Treatise, containing my Search into Catholic Writers and

Writings, with my final Resolution.

CHAPTER I.
How, after this trial of Protestant books, I resorted unto the

writings of the other side, to see whether the like sleights
were used also by them, and what I found therein. And
first, what Mr. Jewell objecteth for falsities against Dr.
Harding, and how they are answered .......

CHAPTER II.
What imputation of lies and untruths hath been made by

others against writers of the Roman religion; and princi

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pally by Mr. Dr. Sutcliffe, in sundry books of his written these years past; and first against Cardinal Bellarmine. And of what force they are proved to be ..................... 307

CHAPTER III.
Other imputations of like lies, forgeries, and falsifications

objected against Cardinal Baronius by the same author,
Mr. Matthew Sutcliffe ; and what truth or falsehood I
found therein ................................................... 329

CHAPTER IV.
The examination which I made of the falsifications, lies, and

forgeries objected by the same Mr. Sutcliffe against Father
Persons in particular; and how I was more diligent and
attent in this point than in any of the former, and why.
And what finally I found therein...

................ 340

CHAPTER V.
Of other eight of Mr. Sutcliffe's charges against Father

Persons, as they lie together in the end of his battery ... 358

CHAPTER VI.
The examination of other untruths objected against Father

Persons, by Mr. Sutcliffe, in his book, entitled, “ A Full
and Round Answer to the Warn-word,” containing, as
Mr. Sutcliffe's words are, “ A list of lies, falsities, fooleries,
impieti es, and other enormous faults and abuses ”......... 380

CHAPTER VII.
Of other objections of lies, falsities, corruptions, and other

such abuses, gathered by Mr. Sutcliffe against Father
Persons in his answer to the book of the “ Three Con-
versions," which he entitled “ A Subversion of Robert
Persons,” &c. ..........

.......... 408 CHAPTER VIII. The same subject is continued of objecting lies and falsifica

tions by Mr. Sutcliffe against Father Persons's book of Three Conversions ;" which objections are found to have more malice and wilful falsity than the former ............ 432

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CHAPTER IX.
What cogitations I had upon the sight and ponderation of

all these falsities found in Mr. Sutcliffe's objections against
Father Persons and others; and among other points, I
thought whether it were possible for him to answer to
these ; and how, for trial hereof, I resolved upon two
different means here set down.

......... 458

CHAPTER X.
Of the journey which I was forced to make ; and, first, how

by that means I came acquainted with a certain old man,
that gave me much light in many things, with certain
notes of his for the profitable reading books of controver-
sies; and of the conferences that I had with him about my
doubts and difficulties .........

.. 485

CHAPTER XI.
Of the second conference that I had with the old man; and

what passed therein, especially about that which I read
in St. Augustine by his appointment; and what further
counsel he gave me, and answered certain doubts by me
proposed .......

......... 503

CHAPTER XII.
Of my third conference with the old man, and what counsel

and directions he gave me for my reconciliation to Almighty
God, and conforming my life to the true prescript of
Catholic religion ; with the conclusion of the whole work 518

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