A key for Catholicks, to open the jugling of the Jesuits, and satisfie all that are but truly willing to understand, whether the cause of the Roman or reformed churches be of God; and to leave the reader utterly unexcusable that after this will be a papist. The first part. Containing some arguments by which the meanest may see the vanity of popery; and 40. detections of their fraud ... With some proposals for a (hopeless) peace. The second part sheweth (especially against the French, and Grotians) that the Catholick Church is not united in any meerly humane head, either Pope or council.
printed by R[obert] W[hite] for Nevil Simmons, bookseller in Kederminster, and are to be sold by him there, and by Thomas Johnson at the Golden Key in St. Pauls Church-yard,
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