Memoirs of the Life of John Gordon

Memoirs of the Life of John Gordon

Of Glencat, in the County of Aberdeen in Scotland: Who Was Thirteen Years in the Scotch College at Paris, Among the Secular Clergy. Wherein the Absurdities and Delusions of Popery Are Laid Open, the History of Baianism, Jansenism, and the Constitution Unigenitus, Impartially Related, and the Infallibility of the Romish Church Is Confuted. To Which Is Prefix'd, A Testimonial From the Presbytery of Edinburgh, of the Author's Renouncing Popery, and Embracing the Protestant Religion. As Also A Letter of Protection From the Lord Chief-Justice Clerk at Edinburgh to the Author. By John Gordon, A.M. To Which Is Now Added, A Second Part, Not Printed Before, Containing, I. A Refutation of the Supremacy of the Roman Church. II. An Exact Chronological History of All the Popes From St. Peter to the Present Time, With A Brief Account of What Is Most Remarkable in Their Lives. III. The Popish Doctrine of Indulgences

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Publisher: London : printed for John Oswald, at the Rose and Crown in the Poultry, near Stocks-Market, MDCCXXXIV. [1734]
Characteristics: 11,[1],132;iv,83,[1]p.,plates ; 120


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