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The

Contents.

ofRome

to

tolerate

without

fo

much as

any

di

forming

cen=

fore,

the

forefaid

Dot`trinal Differences

about

Icing

killing

(when

excommunicate)

Murder,

Adultery, Fornication,

Perjury, Lying,

stealing,

&c. mentioned

in the forefaid

Books.

p.

72.

CHAP.

IV.

H.

W's

forming

<4ccufations,

which he can

bell

an-

Ewer.

p.

77. what Grotius

meant

by

Papifls.

P.

79.

I.

of

Papifls

Image-

wortl4p.

p.

79.

II.

Of

Popes

Pardons.

p. 80.

III.

Their

praying

to

the

Virgin Mary.

83.

IV. Latine

prayers.

84.

V.

Implicite

belief in

Teachers.

8

5 .

VI.

Preferring

the

churches Laws

to

Gods.

87.

VII.

Obedience.

88.

CHAP.

V.

T

He

true

Hillary

of

the

Pàpacie,

its

original

and

growth.

94.

i.

The

ancient

Church

took

not

the

Papacie

to be

of

Gods

inflitution,

but

Mans,

fully

proved.

p. 99.

&c.

2.

The

Roman

Prtmacie

spas

ever

but

one

Empire,

..

and

not all

the

Ch,

i¡lian

people

in

the`

world,

.

proved,

p. 103,

&c.

3.

Councils

were

General

only

as

to

the Empire,

and not

the

world.

p. 104. Five

exceptions.

p. 106.

Remarks