The heavenly divorce: or, our Saviour divorced from the Church of Rome His spouse provoked by her lewd and adulterous behaviour in the world. Being a satyrical treatise against the Church of Rome and her disciples, compos'd of a mixture of divinity and policy. First wrote by Ferrante Pallavicino, a person very eminent in the Church of Rome, who was afterwards publickly beheaded at Avignion in France; and since published by a lover of the Church of England.
printed for James Vade, at the Cock and Sugar-loaf near St. Dunstans Church in Fleet-street,
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