The Pope's cabinet unlocked: or, A catalogue of all the popes indulgences belonging to the order of S. Mary

Publication Date1680
Remaindertogether with a list of all the indulgences daily, yearly, and for ever, to be had at Rome, S. James of Galatia in Compostella, Jerusalem, and all places in the Holy Land. Written in Italian by Fr. Ancangelo Tortello, of the said order of S. Mary: and now translated into English by John Sidway, late seminary priest, but now of the reformed religion, and vicar of selling in Kent, and one of the discoverers of the horrid popish plot, with the cause of his conversion. Whereunto is added an appendix by the translator, in which the grounds and foundation of the said indulgences being examined, are utterly overthrown, and by consequence indulgences themselves apparently proved to be meer cheats. And also shewing that the Church of Rome doth lay the chief basis of their religion on indulgences. Dedicated to the right honourable the Earl of Shaftsbury
Extent[8], 72, 74-77 p., [1] leaf of plates
Publisherprinted for Isaac Cleve at the Star next to Serjeants-Inn in Chancery-Lane



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