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#The appeal of iniured innocence, unto the religious learned and ingenuous reader in a controversie betwixt the animadvertor, Dr. Peter Heylyn, and the author, Thomas Fuller.#

##Fuller, Thomas, 1608-1661.## The appeal of iniured innocence, unto the religious learned and ingenuous reader in a controversie betwixt the animadvertor, Dr. Peter Heylyn, and the author, Thomas Fuller. Fuller, Thomas, 1608-1661.

##General Summary##

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##Content Summary##

#####Front#####

  1. To the Right Honorable GEORGE BERKELEY, L. Berkeley, Moubray, Segrave and Bruce, my most Bountiful and most Exemplary Patron.

#####Body#####

  1. THE APPEAL OF INJUR'D INNOCENCE.

    _ CHAP. I. That it is impossible for the Pen of any Historians writing in (as our's) a divided Age, to please all Parties, and how easie it is to Cavil at any Author.

    _ CHAP. II. Why the Author desired and hoped never to come under the Pen of the Animadvertor in a Controversal Difference.

    _ CHAP. III. That after serious Debate the Author found himself Necessitated to make this Appeal in his own just Vindication.

    _ CHAP. IV. The Author's first General Answere taken from his Title-page and Word ENDEVOVRED.

    _ CHAP V. The Second Generall Answer. That many, especially MEMORY Mistakes and Pen-slips, must be expected in a great Volume.

    _ CHAP. VI. The Third General Answer. That in Intire Stories of impregnable Truth it is facile for one to Cavill with some Colour at Dismembred Passages therein.

    _ CHAP. VII. The Fourth General Answer. That FAVOVR of COVRSE is indulged to the first (as least perfect) Edition of Books.

    _ CHAP. VIII. The Fifth General Answer. That it is no shame for any Man to confess (when convinced thereof) and amend an Error in his Iudgement.

    _ CHAP. IX. The Sixth General Answer. That Prelial Mistakes in Defiance of all Care will escape in the best Corrected Book.

    _ CHAP. X. The Seventh and last General Answer. That an Author charging his Margin with his Author is thereby Himself discharged.

    _ CHAP. XI. That many of the Animadvertors Notes are onely Additional, not Opposite to what I have written; And that all things, omitted in an History, are not Defects.

    _ CHAP. XII. That the Author Designed unto himself no Party-pleasing in Writing his Church-History.

    _ CHAP. XIII. What Good the Animadvertor might, but would not doe; and, what Good, by Gods goodness he Herein hath done unto the Author.

    _ CHAP. XIV. That the Author is unjustly charged by the Animadvertor for being agreeable to the Times; And how far forth such Agreeableness is consistent with Christian Prudence.

    _ Dr. Heilyn's TITLE-PAGE. Examen Historicum: OR A DISCOVERY and EXAMINATION OF THE Mistakes, Falsities, and Defects in some Modern History. Part. I. CONTAINING Necessary ANIMADVERSIONS ON The Church-History of BRITAIN: AND The History of CAMBRIDGE, Publish'd by Thomas Fuller: For Vindication of the Truth, the Church, and the Injured Clergy.

    _ An ANSWER TO Dr. Heylyn's Necessary INTRODUCTION &c.

    _ Errata confessed by the Printer of Dr. Heylyns Animadversions.

    • Fuller.

    _ PART I. THE SECOND BOOK. Of the Conversion of the Saxons, and that which followed thereupon till the Norman _ THE SECOND BOOK. Of the Conversion of the Saxons, and that which followed thereupon till the Norman Conquest.

    _ THE THIRD BOOK From the time of the Norman Conquest, to the first preaching of Wickliffe.

    • Advertisements on the History of the Reign of King Iames, pag. 21, 22.

    _ THE FOURTH BOOK. From the first preaching of Wickliffe, to the beginning of the Reign of King Henry the eighth.

    _ THE FIFTH BOOK. Relating to the time of King Henry the Eight.

    _ THE SIXTH BOOK. Containing the History of Abbeys.

    _ THE SEVENTH BOOK. Containing the Reign of King Edward the sixth.

    _ THE EIGHTH BOOK. The Reign of Queen Mary.

    _ THE NINTH BOOK. Containing the Reign of Queen Elizabeth.

    _ THE TENTH BOOK. Containing the Reign of King James. THE ELEVENTH BOOK, Containing the Reign of K. Charls.Dr. Heylyn.THis Book concludes our Authour's Hi _ THE ELEVENTH BOOK, Containing the Reign of K. Charls.

    • Lib. XI. Part. II. Containing the last 12. Years of the Reign of King Charls.

#####Back#####

  1. To the Reverend, and his Worthy Friend, Dr. Iohn Cosin, Dean of Peter-burgh.

  2. To the Religious, Learned and Ingenuous Reader.

  3. To my Loving Friend, Doctor Peter Heylyn.

  4. To Dr. Cornelius Burges.

  5. AN INDEX OF THE MOST REMARKABLE PERSONS and Passages in this BOOK.

    _ TO THE READER. AARON, a Citizen of Caerlion, martyred. Cent. 4. ¶. 10.ABBEYS, The prodigious expence in building anB.Gervase BABINGTON, Bishop of Worcester, his death and praise, b. 10. p. 56. ¶. 32, 33.Roger BACON,C.Jack CADE his rebellion, b. 4. p. 186. ¶. 22.CADOCUS his discreet devotion, C. 6. ¶. 7.CADVVALLADED.DANES their first arrivall in England, B. 2. p. 103. ¶. 29. why their countr• (•ormerly so fruitfuE.EASTER-DAY, difference betwixt the British & Romish Church in the observation thereof, Cent. 7. ¶.F.FAGANUS sent by Eleutherius Bishop of Rome to King Lucius to instruct him in Christianity, Cent. 2G.GANT COLL. in Flanders, for English fugitives, b. 9. p. 91.STEPHAN GARDINER, Bishop of Winchester,H.William HACKET a blasphemous Heretick his story, b. 9. p. 204. ¶. 32, &c.Dr. John HACKET his excelI.St. JAMES how mistaken to have preached in Britain, Cent. 1. ¶. 8.KING JAMES, b. 9. p. 5. ¶. 13. hK.Q. KATHARINE de Valois disobeyeth her Husband, b. 4. p. 170. ¶. 46. therefore never buried, ¶. 47,L.Arthur LAKE Bishop of Bath and Wells, his death and character, b. 11. ¶. 45.LAMBETH Articles by whM.MADRID Coll. in Spain for English fugitives, b. 9. p. 90.MAGDALEN Coll. in Ox. founded by William N.The NAGGS-head consecration of Matthew Parker largely confuted, b. 9. p. 61. ¶. 27, &c. The small O.OATH taken by English fugitives, when admitted in forrain Colledges, b. 9. p. 92. of obedience impP.A PALL what it is, with the mysteries thereof, C. 7. ¶. 38.PANDULPHUS his proud carriage, b. 3. p.Q.QUEENS COLL. in Oxford founded by R. Eglesfield, b. 3. p. 114, 115.QUEENS COLL. in Cambridge foundR.READING, a pleasant story between the Abbot thereof, and King Henry the eighth, b. 6. p. 299. ¶. 1S.The SABBATH: the strict keeping thereof revived by Doctour Bound, b. 9. p. 227. ¶. 20. learned menT.Adam TARLETON Bishop of Hereford his life and death letter, b. 3. p. 107. ¶. 28. thrice arraigned V.VALLADOLIT COLL. in Spain for English fugitives, b. 9. p. 87.Richard VAUGHAN Bishop of London his W.WADHAM COLLEDGE in Oxford founded by Nicholas Wadham, b. 10. p. 68. ¶. 29, 30.Peter of WAKEFIELD pY.A YEAR ill lost, and well found in the Saxon Chronologie, C. 7. ¶. 62.Ed. YEAR, if his name was noZ.Baltazer ZANCHES a Spanish protestant builds an Almes-house for the Eng. poore at Totnam, b. 9. p.

  6. ERRATA. Courteous Reader,I Am sensible of a mistake in the Catalogue of Vice-Chancellours and Proctours of C Types of content

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