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An historical essay upon the government of the Church of England, from the earliest to the present times. Exhibiting the true causes of the separation from Rome, in the Reign of Henry Viii. And the Review - intended at the Revolution. With a vindication of the measures of Henry Viii. Edward VI. and Queen Elizabeth, from the calumnies of a popish writer, published in the First and Second Volumes of an History, entitled, The Church History of England, from the Year 1500, to the Year 1688, chiefly with Regard to Catholicks. Being A Compleat Account of the Divorce, Supremacy, Dissolution of Monasteries, and first Attempts for a Reformation under King Henry Viii. the unsettled State of the Resormation under Edward VI. the Interruption it met with from Queen Mary, with the last Hand put to it by Queen Elizabeth. And a preface, Containing a Summary of the false Facts and Principles advanced by the Catholic-Historian. By George Reynolds, L. L. D. Archdeacon of Lincoln.

  • Reynolds, George, 1699 or 1700-1769.
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London : printed for Thomas Osborne, in Gray's-Inn, MDCCXLIII. [1743]

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viii,xv,[1],252,[4]p. ; 8⁰.

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ESTC T144402



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