Catalog Record: Rome's tactics, or, A lesson for England from the past : showing that the great object of Popery since the reformation has been to subvert and ruin Protestant churches and Protestant states, by dissensions and troubles caused by disguised popish agents : with a brief notice of Rome's allies in the Church of England / Talbot Collection of British Pamphlets | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Rome's tactics, or, A lesson for England from the past : showing that the great object of Popery since the reformation has been to subvert and ruin Protestant churches and Protestant states, by dissensions and troubles caused by disguised popish agents : with a brief notice of Rome's allies in the Church of England / by the very Rev. William Goode, D.D., F.S.A., late dean of Ripon ; with a preface by the very Rev. Hugh McNeile, D.D., dean of Ripon. Talbot Collection of British Pamphlets

Main Author: Goode, William, 1801-1868.
Language(s): English
Published: London : The Christian Book Society, 22, King William Street, Strand, W.C., 1868
Subjects: Catholic Church in Great Britain.
Polemiek.
Pausdom.
Oxfordbeweging.
Rooms-Katholieke Kerk.
Anglicanisme.
Physical Description: x, [1], 4-96 p. ; 21 cm.
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