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Testify OF itself No greater proof of the change which has taken place in reference to Popery between the days when the impious tyranny of Pope Gregory XIII Raged and the present Confutation of PDF/EPUB or era when the no less insolent assumptions of Gregory XVI Are so openly avowed can possibly be cited than these two facts; that the commentary by which it was confidently hoped the bright and blissful Reformation would be obliterated the modern Jesuits dare not print and that Protestants have published that volume confident that no reflecting citizen who reads the exhibition of the doctrines and practices of Romanism by the Jesuits of Rheims will ever bec.

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