11. The true history of the great St. Athanasius, : bishop of Alexandria; and of his famous creed. Shewing, I. How he was made Deacon to the Bishop of Alexandria. II. How Athanasius was made Bishop of Alexandria, and how his Election was made void, and himself banished. III. How he hired a Strumpet to accuse Eusebius, President of the Council, of Fornication. IV. How Athanasius went Post to Constantinople, and appealed to the Emperor Constantine, who also banish'd him. V. How Athanasius return'd to Alexandria, and being cited before a Council at Antioch, where were present 99 Bishops, he was again deprived. VI. How in the Year 355, the Council of Milan, consisting of 300 Bishops, did also condemn Athanasius and his Adherents. Vii. How Athanasius was succeeded by St. George. Viii. The true History of St. George and the Dragon. The Whole compiled from the best Authorities, by an Impartial Hand. Address'd to the Trinitarians.
12. The pretended reformers: or, the history of the heresie of John Wickliffe, John Huss, and Jerom of Prague. Made English from the French original. To which is prefixed, an introductory preface, address'd to the Patrons of the (pretended) Episcopal Reform'd Churches. By Matthias Earbery, Presbyter of the Church of England.
Davis Library — Microprint (lower level)
- Call Number
- 1-3 no. 31587.