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Ministers, covenanters of Scotland: sent from their associates, to signify
unto him, that it behoved him either to assist their designs, or to be carried
to prison in the castle of Edinburgh, the 20th of April, 1639. Now pub-
lished, because of a false copy thereof lately printed without authority, or
his own consent. Quarto, containing four pages
A Question of the Cock, and whether his crowing affrights the Lion ? Being
one of those questions handled in the weekly conferences of Monsieur
Renaudot's Bureau d'Addresses, at Paris. Translated into English, anno
1640, in six qnarto pages
A Question, Whether there be nothing new? Being one of those questions
handled in the weekly conferences of Monsieur Renaudot's Bureau d'Ad.
dresses, at Paris. Translated into English, anuo 1640. Quarto, containing
six pages. London, printed by R. B. for Jasper Emery, at the Eagle and
Child, in St. Paul's Church-yard, near St. Augustine's Gate
times, published, and printed, 1640. Quartu, containing seventy-four
a dialogue between a scholar and a traveller, 1641. Quarto, containing
wooden cut in the title-page, representing the bishop's court in great con-
taining tweuty-eight pages
A Description of the Sect called the Family of Love: with their common
place of residence. Being discovered by one Mrs. Susanna Snow, of Pir-
ford, near Chertsey, in the county of Surrey, who was vainly led away for a
P O P E JO AN:
A DIALOGUE :
A PROTESTANT AND PAPIST;
THAT A WOMAN, CALLED JOAN, WAS POPE OF ROME;
Against the Surmises and Objections made to the Contrary, By Robert Bellarmine and Cesar Baronius, Cardinals : Florimondus Rem
mondus, N. D. and other Popisk Writers,
Impudently denying the same.
BY ALEXANDER COOKE.
London, printed by John Haviland, for William Garrat; and are to be sold at his shop in Paul's Church-yard, at the sign of the Bull's Head. 1625. Quarto, containing one hundred and forty pages.
To the most Reverend Father in God, Tobias, my Lord Archbishop of
York's Grace, Primate and Metropolitan of England.
IT is lamentable to consider how many stars are fallen of late from heaven, how many goddesses on earth have departed from the faith, and given heed unto the spirit of errors and doctrines of slanderers, to wit, the Papists ; yet, methinks, it is no matter of wonderment, because we read, that,If men receive not the love of the truth, that they might be saved, God, in his justice, will give them strong delusions to
1 This is the 191st number of the Catalogue of Pamphlets in the Harleian Library.
2). 2 Thess. ii. 10, 11.
believe lyes, that they may be damned': for few or none of these late
Your Grace's at Commandment,
1 N. D. In his Warnword to Sir Francis Hastings's Watchword, Encounter I. cap. 2. 2 ln his Reproof of Dr. Abbot's Defence of Mr. Perkins's Preface to the Reader, p. 10
3 Apologia ad lib. Jacob. Mag. Britan, Regis, cap. xv. p. 208.
4 Bellarm. Paron. Pighius, &c. 3] 1 Tim, iv. 13.