A relation of the conference between William Laud, late Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, and Mr. Fisher the Jesuit :
by the command of King James, of ever-blessed memory; with an answer to such exceptions as A.C. takes against it.
|Main Author:||Laud, William, 1573-1645.|
|Related Names:||Fisher, John 1569-1641.|
London : Printed by R. Holt for T. Bassett, T. Dring ... and J. Leigh, 1686.
4th ed. rev.
Sweet, John, /
Sweet, John, / 1570-1632, /
Sweet, John, / 1570-1632, / supposed author. /
True Relations of Sundry Conferences.
Catholic Church > Catholic Church / Controversial literature.
Church of England > Church of England / Controversial literature.
"A.C. (a Catholic)" has been identified as John Fisher (cf. prelim. 1. 6) and "John Sweet?" (cf. British Museum catalogue under C., A.).
"A table of the places of Scripture, which are explained or vindicated," p. [10-11] at end.
"A table of the principal contents," p. [1-9] at end.
, 253,  p. ;
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