Daily entries from the 17th century London diary
By Edward Stillingfleet, 1665.
A rational account of the grounds of Protestant religion: being a vindication of the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury’s relation of a conference, &c. from the pretended answer by T.C. Wherein the true grounds of faith are cleared, and the false discovered; the Church of England vindicated from the imputation of schism; and the most important particular controversies between us and those of the Church of Rome throughly examined. By Edward Stillingfleet B.D.London : printed by Rob. White for Henry Mortlock at the sign of the Phoenix in St. Pauls Church-yard near the little north-door, 1665.2mo., , 384, 389-654 p. ; Imprimatur on leaf A1v: 'E typographiâ prodeat opus istud ... Humfr. London. 2. Novemb. 1664.'Wing (CD-Rom, 1996), S5624. PL 2325Reprinted 1681, 1709, 1797.
Written in response to Thomas Carwell (1600-64) 'Labyrinthus Cantuariensis: or Doctor Lawd’s labyrinth· Beeing an ansvver to the late Archbishop of Canterburies relation of a conference between himselfe and Mr. Fisher, etc. Wherein the true grounds of the Roman Catholique religion are asserted, the principall controuersies betvvixt Catholiques and Protestants throughly examined, and the Bishops Meandrick vvindings throughout his vvhole vvorke layd open to publique veivv. By T.C.Paris : printed by Iohn Billaine, 1658.
Meric Casaubon, (1599-1671), had published a response prior to Stillingfleet:Of the necessity of reformation, in, and before Luther’s time; and what (visibly) hath most hindred the progress of it. Occasioned by some late virulent books, written by Papists: but especially, by that intituled, Labyrinthus Cantuariensis. Here, besides some other points the grand business of these times, infallibility, is fully discussed. By Meric Casaubon, D.D. and one of the prebends of Canterbury.London : printed by A. Maxwel for Timothy Garthwait, at the Kings Head in St. Paul’s Church-yard, 1664.
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