Catholic Church Pope 1334 1342 Benedict Xii Benedictus Deus 133 : A vindication of the doctrine contained in Pope Benedict XII, his bull : and in the General Council of Florence, under Eugenius the III concerning the state of departed souls : in answer to a certain letter, printed and published against it, by an unknown author, under this title, A letter in answer to the late dispensers of Pope Benedict XII, his bull, &c., wherein the progress of Master Whites lately minted Purgatory is laid open and its grounds examined ... / by S.W.; Sergeant, John,
Catholic Church Pope 1523 1534 Clement Vii : Diuino implorato praesidio : De licentia ac concessione sanctissimi. D.N. et instantiam præclari. D. excusatoris illustrissimi, ac inuictissimi Regis Angliæ, nos Sigismondus Dondolus de Pistorio aduocatus consistorialis minimus, et Michael de Conradis de Tuderto utriusq[ue] iuris doctor, præscripti illustrissimi Regis et. D. excusatoris aduocati in sacro publico pontificio consistorio, præsidente summo pontifice cum suo sacrosancto senatu infrascriptas conclusiones pro tenui posse nostro sigillatim, ac singulariter defensare conabimur. Die aut. xvi. præsentis mensis, prima ex infrascriptis conclusionibus disputabitur et successiue aliæ disputabuntur.; Catholic Church.
Catholic Church Pope 1566 1572 Pius V Sententia Declaratoria Contra : A viewe of a seditious bul sent into Englande from Pius Quintus Bishop of Rome, anno 1569 / taken by the reuerende father in God, Iohn Iewel, late Bishop of Salisburie ; wherevnto is added a short Treatise of the Holie Scriptures, both which hee deliuered in diuers sermons in his cathedral church of Salisburie, anno 1570.; Jewel, John,
Catholic Church Pope 1644 1655 Innocent X : In nomine Iesu Christi : Vindiciæ pacificationis osnabruccensis & monasteriensis, à declaratione nullitatis articulorum arrogantia pontificum temerariæ præ judicialium, impudenter satis & audacter attentatâ ab Innocentio Papa X. Autore Ludovico de Montesperato. JCto Germano.; Conring, Hermann,
Catholic Church Pope 1655 1667 Alexander Vii : The Tryal of John Love, an English Quaker, before Pope Alexander, and his council at Rome : and the several questions and propositions, made by His Holiness, to the said Love ... as also, the fatal and bloody sentence of death pronounced against him ... / published for information of all true subjects within His Majesties realms and dominions.
Catholic Church Pope 1676 1689 Innocent Xi Cum Alias 12 May : The proceedings of the Parliament of Paris upon the Pope's bull : concerning the franchises in the city of Rome and the following ordonnance of the 26th of December / translated into English by order of his excellency Monsieur Barillon, His most Christian Majesties Ambassadour Extraordinary to the King of Great Brittain [sic]