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100 1  Fox, George,|d1624-1691. 
245 14 The papists strength, principles, and doctrines (which 
       they are sworn to preach, from the Councel of Trent, by 
       the Popes authority, and after confirmed by the last 
       General Assembly at Rouen, 1571, all which they have sworn
       to perform) answered and confuted :|bfurthermore their 
       principles and doctrines answered and confuted, as they 
       were laid down in two or three severall papers, by R.W. 
       papist, lately sent from Holland : also a challenge to the
       pope and all his adherents to choose out of all his 
       dominions some cardinals, fryers, or Jesuits to try their 
       bread and wine, after consecration (by watching on their 
       side and on our side) to prove that if afterward they have
       consecrated it, whether the bread and wine doth not loose 
       its taste and savour, and so not the body and blood of 
       Christ : also a paper to all them that fast and afflict 
       themselves who are in the will-worship and voluntary 
       humility : also some quæries to all the papists upon earth
       to be answered in writing and sent to them, which all 
       sects upon the earth call Quakers /|cby George Fox. 
260    London :|bPrinted for T. Simmons ...,|c1658. 
300    [2], 99, [1] p. 
500    The answer to R.W. his paper wherein he vindicates the 
       doctrine and practise of the Romane church so called, to 
       be the church of Christ, signed F.H. [F. Howgill], p. 33-
500    Reproduction of original in Huntington Library. 
610 20 Catholic Church 
650  0 Society of Friends|vSources. 
700 1  Howgill, Francis,|d1618-1669. 
830  0 Early English books online. 
856 40 |uhttp://gateway.proquest.com/openurl?ctx_ver=Z39.88-2003&
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