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C H AP. XI.
C H A P. XI.
CHA P. XII.
CHA P. XIII.
* The author states in page 110, that the most ancient English translation
was long before Wycliffe's days, by virtuous and well learned men
translated into the English tong; and by good and godly people, with
C H A P. XVII.
1.–The Book of Common prayer
2.—The Thirty-nine Articles ;
3.-The Act of Uniformity;
4.–The Statutes of Recusancy ;
5.—The new Translation of the Bible.
CHA P. XVIII.
Persecution of the Catholics :
1.-Sanguinary Laws against the Catholics; - ib.
2.-Probable amount of those who suffered Death under
4.–Trial and Execution of father Campion. - 184
CHA P. XIX.
Reasons assigned to justify the sanguinary Laws, enacted in
the reign of Queen Elizabeth against Catholics and the
rigorous execution of them: -
1.-First reason assigned for the sanguinary Laws
against the Catholics ;-the Bull of Pius the fifth,
and its renewal by Gregory the thirteenth and
Sixtus the fifth;
2.-Second reason.-- -The maintenance of the deposing
doctrine by the Missionary Priests ; -and the
activity of some English Priests, in giving effect
to the Bulls of Pius the fifth, and Sixtus the
fifth ; -
CH AP. XXIII.