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The second essay on the catholick-religion
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The second essay on the catholick-religion: viz. On its suppression and the substitution of heathenism, or idolatry. Shewing I. The Origin and Establishment of Idolatry, Priesthood and Hierarchy, or Sacerdotal Magistracy.
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Written for the use of Pope Innocent XI. by Monsignor Cerri, Secretary of the Congregation de propaganda Fide. Now first translated from an authentick Italian ms. never publish’d.
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