Locus in Bibliotheca
Authorum Nomina
Librorum Titulus
Editionum Tempora et Loca
8 K 9-10
Nicholas Smith
A modest briefe discussion of some points taught by M. doctour Kellison in his Treatise of the ecclesiastical hierarchy. 8vo. 2nd ed. ARCR II, 823 or 824. Two copies. Nicholas Smith was the pseudonym of Matthew Wilson.
Rouen 1630
8 K 11
Nicholas Smith
A modest briefe discussion of some points taught by M. doctour Kellison in his Treatise of the ecclesiastical hierarchy. 8vo. ARCR II, 822. Nicholas Smith was the pseudonym of Matthew Wilson.
Rouen 1630
8 K 12-13
Matthew Kellison
A reply to M. Nicholas Smith his discussion of some points of M. Doctour Kellison his Treatise of the hierarchie. 8vo. ARCR II, 468. Anon. Two copies.
Douai 1630
8 K 14
Matthew Wilson
A defence of Nicholas Smith against a reply to his discussion of some pointes taught by Mr. Doctour Kellison. 8vo. ARCR II, 819. Under A.B. in Weldon. ARCR identifies Matthew Wilson (alias Edward Knott and Nicholas Smith) and provides the date 1631.
Rouen n.d.
8 K 15-16
John Floyd
An apolagy [sic] of the Holy Sea apostolicks proceeding for the government of the catholicks of England. 8vo. ARCR II, 292. Two copies. Under Daniel of Jesus, the pseudonym of John Floyd, in Weldon.
Rouen 1630
8 K 17
Matthew Kellison
A reply to Sotcliffes answer to the survey of the new religion. 8vo. ARCR II, 469; against Sutcliffe's 'The examination and confutation of a scurrilous treatise' (1606).
Reims 1608
8 K 18-25
Richard Smith
A brief survey of the Lord of Derry his treatise of schisme. 12mo. Eight copies. Under R.C. in Weldon. Wing S 4152 and Clancy 910 have 1655. The date 1654 in Weldon probably refers to the treatise of John Bramhall, Lord Bishop of Derry, ‘A just vindication’. Clancy gives Paris as place of publication.
n.p. 1654
8 K 26-28
Richard Smith
The protestants plain confession that the roman church is the head of the church of God. 8vo. Clancy 915. Three copies. Weldon gives R.C. as the author. Clancy suggests London as the place of publication.
n.p. 1645
8 K 29
Richard Smith
Of the all-sufficient external proposer of matters of faith. 8vo. Clancy 913. Under R.C. in Weldon.
Paris 1653
8 K 30-32
Richard Smith
Of the distinction of fundamental and not fundamental points of faith. 8vo. Three copies. Clancy 914. Under R.C. in Weldon. Clancy suggests London as the place of publication.
n.p. 1645
8 K 33-36
Thomas Carre
Occasional discourses ... as also an answer to a libel by Thomas Vane. 8vo. Clancy 774. Four copies. Under Thomas Carre in Weldon (added in a later hand). Carre was the pseudonym of Miles Pinckney.
Paris 1646
8 K 37-39
Thomas Vane
The answer to a libell ... by D. Cosens against the great Council of Lateran. 8vo. Three copies. Clancy 991 and Wing give Paris 1647.
n.p. n.d.
8 K 40
Thomas Harding
An answere to Master Iuelles Chalenge. 8vo. ARCR II, 372
Antwerp 1565
8 K 41
John Rastell
A confutation of a sermon pronounced by M. Iuell at Paules Crosse. 8vo. ARCR II, 671. ARCR gives Antwerp 1564.
n.p. n.d.
8 K 42
John Rastell
A replie against an answer (falslie intitled) in defence of the truth. 8vo. ARCR II, 673; answers Thomas Cooper's 'An apologie of private masse' (1562).
Antwerp 1565
8 K 43-44
John Rastell
A treatise intitled Beware of M. Iewel. 8vo. 2 vols. ARCR II, 674 and 675. Weldon has 1656 but this is clearly a mistake for 1566.
Antwerp 1566
8 K 45
Nicholas Sander
A treatise of the images of Christ. 8vo. ARCR II, 696
Louvain 1567
8 K 46
Nicholas Sander
A treatise of the images of Christ. 8vo. ARCR II, 696. Contains also a work by John Fowler (Frarinus), ARCR II, 309 (8 K 46.2).
Louvain 1567
8 K 46.2
Petrus Frarinus
An oration against the unlawfull insurrection of the protestants of our time, under pretence to refourme religion. 8vo. ARCR II, 309. Under the translator, John Fowler, (Frarinus) in ARCR. This entry also contains a work by Nicholas Sander 'A treatise' (8 K 46).
Antwerp 1566
8 K 47-48
John Fraser
Offer maid to a gentilman of qualitie ... to subscribe and embrace the ministers of Scotlands religion. 8vo. ARCR II, 313. Two copies.
Paris 1604
8 K 49
Richard Smith
A treatise of the sacrament of confirmation. 8vo. ARCR II, 709.5. Anon. The title states 'composed by W.R.', possibly edited by Smith.
Douai 1629
8 K 50-51
William Wigmore
The catholick doctrine of transsubstantiation. 8vo. Clancy 1098. Two copies. Anon.
Paris 1657
8 K 52
Jean de Caumont
The firme foundation of catholike religion, against the bottomless pitt of heresies. Tr. John Pauncefote. 8vo. Anon. Possible eds are ARCR II, 590 (Antwerp, 1591), 591 (Rouen, 1605) or 592 (n.p., [1607-8]). The latter seems the more likely choice.
n.p. n.d.
8 K 53
Jean Albin de Valsergues
A notable discourse ... discussing who are the right ministers of the catholike church. 8vo. The only ed. in ARCR is ARCR II, 877 (Douai 1575).
n.p. n.d.
8 K 54
L. I.
The relection of a conference touching the reall presence. 8vo. ARCR II, 461. In Weldon under L.I.B.
Douai 1635
8 K 55
Edmund Lechmere
The conference mentioned by Doctour Featly in the end of his Sacrilege. 12mo. ARCR II, 489; Weldon gives the author as 'S.E.' or Edmund Stratford, an alias of Lechmere; Featley's 'Grand sacrilege of the Church of Rome' appeared in 1630.
Douai 1632
8 K 56
The satisfactorie epistle of a late converted English protestant, unto catholyke religion. 8vo. Cf. ARCR II, 927. Anon. Not traced. ARCR and STC have 1630 as the year of publication.
n.p. 1631
8 K 57-58
Gregory Martin
A treatyse of christian peregrination. 8vo. Two copies. ARCR II, 523
n.p. 1583
8 K 59
George Leyburn
An epistle declaratorie, or manifest, written by G.L. 4to. Clancy 594; Under G.L. in Weldon. Weldon adds to the above title 'Non plus sapere quam oportet sapere'. Clancy suggests Douai as place of publication.
n.p. 1657
8 K 60
John Lewgar
The only way to rest of soule. By I. L. 12mo. Clancy 591. Under I. L. in Weldon.
n.p. 1657
8 K 61
Nicolas Caussin
A short treatise of the church militant under episcopal government. 12mo. Clancy 208
n.p. 1661
8 K 62
Thomas Read
An answer to a book entituled An account of the church catholike. By R.T. 12mo. Clancy 820.3. Under R.T. in Weldon.
Paris 1654
8 K 63
Kenelm Digby
A conference with a lady about choice of religion. 24mo. ARCR II, 166. Anon.
Paris 1638
8 K 64-65
Robert Persons
A brief discours contayning certayne reasons why catholiques refuse to go to church. 16mo. Two copies. ARCR II, 614. Imprint false, secretly printed in England. Under I. H. (John Howlet) a fellow Jesuit of Persons, in Weldon.
Douai 1599
8 K 66-68
Louis Maimbourg
Histoire de l'arianisme ... avec l'origine et le progrès de l'hérésie des sociniens. 12mo. 4th ed. 3 vols.  
Paris 1683
8 K 69-70
Louis Maimbourg
Histoire du lutheranisme. 12mo. 2nd ed. 2 vols.  
Paris 1681-1682
9 K 1-2
Henry Joseph Johnston
A vindication of the bishop of Condom's Exposition of the doctrine of the catholic church. 4to. Clancy 561. Two copies. Anon. An answer to William Wake's 'An exposition' (1686).
London 1686
9 K 3
Richard Huddleston
A short and plain way to the faith and church. Ed. John Huddleston. 4to. Clancy 520. There is also a London, 1688, 16mo ed. (Clancy 521).
London 1688
9 K 4
Matthew Wilson
Mercy and truth. Or charity maintayned by catholiques. 4to. ARCR II, 821. Anon.
n.p. 1634
9 K 5-7.2
Armand-Jean du Plessis de Richelieu
The principall points of the faith of the catholic church. Tr. by M.C. 8vo. Four copies. ARCR II, 646. Translated by M.C., i.e. Miles Carre, the alias of Miles Pinckney. One of the four Weldon copies at Ampleforth Abbey.
Paris 1635
9 K 8
Ignatius Brown
The unerring and unerrable church. By I.S. 8vo. Clancy 147. In Weldon under I.S. An answer to a sermon preached by Andrew Sall, a protestant minister. Wing suggests Douai as place of publication.
n.p. 1675
9 K 9
Hugh Paulin Cressy
Fanaticism fanatically imputed. By S.C. 8vo. Clancy 264 or 265.
n.p. 1672
9 K 10-13
William Bishop
A disproofe of D. Abbots counterproofe against D. Bishops reproofe of the defence of M. Perkins reformed catholike. 8vo. Four copies. ARCR II, 56.5. Under 'W.B.P.' i.e. William Bishop, priest, in Weldon.
Paris 1614
9 K 14-15
Philip Woodward
The dolefull knell, of Thomas Bell ... answer to his pamphlet, intituled, The Popes funeral. ... By B.C. 8vo. ARCR II, 835. Two copies. The imprint is false, the book was in fact printed at Douai. Under B.C. in Weldon.
Rouen 1607
9 K 16
Edmund Lechmere
A disputation of the church, wherein the old religion is maintained. V.M.C.F.E. 8vo. ARCR II, 490. Under V.M.C.F.E. in Weldon. F.E. is Edmund Lechmere; the meaning of V.M.C. is not clear. ARCR explains that 1629 is a mistake for 1631.
Douai 1629
9 K 17
Peter Talbot
A treatise of the nature of the catholick faith and heresie. By N.N. 8vo. Clancy 939. Anon.
Rouen 1657
9 K 18
Peter Talbot
The nullity of the prelatique clergy and Church of England. 8vo. Clancy 937. Anon.
Antwerp 1659
9 K 19
Edward Coffin
A refutation of M. Joseph Hall his apologeticall discourse for the marriage of ecclesiastical persons ... by C.E. 8vo. ARCR II, 142. Under C.E. in Weldon.
n.p. 1619
9 K 20
Edward Llewellyn
The prodigal son return'd home. 8vo. Clancy 602.5; Llewellyn converted to catholicism in 1658 and became a Benedictine. Under E. L. in Weldon. Clancy gives London as place of publication
n.p. 1684
9 K 21
Richard Smith
An answer to Thomas Bels late challenge named by him The downfal of popery ... by S. R. 8vo. ARCR II, 703. In Weldon under S.R.
Douai 1605
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