A short and true account of the several advances the Church of England hath made towards Rome: or, A model of the grounds upon which the papists ... have built their hopes ... that England would ere long return to popery. [Followed by] A confirmation of the precedent discourse, drawn from the Irenicum by E. Stillingfleet [and] A true report of a discourse between monsieur de l'Angle and Lewis Du Moulin [and] Declaratory considerations upon the present state of the affairs of England [and] A new essay towards a true ecclesiastical history, which may serve as a key to the Annals of Baronius. [2 other variant copies of the Declaratory considerations, and of A new essay].

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