The Popes bull: or, papal creed. Made at Trent, and promulgated at Rome by Pope-Pious, Fourth. Demonstrated to be antichristian VVhereunto is added, a discourse between an English Protestant, and a popish Jesuit: who endeavoured to seduce some persons in London, to the imbracing of popery: necessary to be seen by all that would know the present faith of Rome, especially in these our nations, where they conceal it

London : printed for Fran. Smith, at the Elephant and Castle, neer the Royal Exchange in Cornhill, and at the same sign, at the first shop without Temple-Bar, 1673

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