« PreviousContinue »
“Accusations of History against the
Church of Rome:"
NOTICE OF SOME CHARGES BROUGHT AGAINST THE
BOOK OF THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH,” IN THE PUBLI- ,,
AND IN SOME ANONYMOUS PUBLICATIONS.
BY CHARLES BUTLER, Esq.
WITH COPIES OF
DOCTOR PHILLPOTTS'S FOURTH LETTER TO MR. BUTLER.
Containing a CHARGE against Dr. LINGARD ;
A LETTER OF DOCTOR LINGARD T() MR. BUTLER,
In Reply to the Charge.
" I DO NOT HOLD, THAT THE ROMAN CATHOLIC RE-
" I DO NOT HOLD THE MAXIM, THAT FROM THEIR
« SCRUPLES ABOUT THE OATH OF SUPREMACY THEY ARE
“ A DISLOYAL PEOPLE:
« I DO NOT HOLD, THAT THEY MAINTAIN ANY SUCH
Extract from the Speech of the Rt. Rev. Dr. Horsley,
Bishop of St. Asaph, on the 10th May 1805; p. 131.
TABLE OF CONTENTS.
2.-His intimation that “ if the adherents to Rome are as
numerous as they are represented to be in the
1.–Mr. Townsend's declaration, that “ he is almost
tempted to believe all the accusations of Protestants
against the fairness and candour of the Church of
“ Rome; and could also accuse the Author of "The
“ Book of the Roman Catholic Church, of insidious
“ Jesuitism,' for his representation of the conduct of
“ King John, in the cession of the kingdom to the
Both accusations shown to be perfectly groundless, ib.