The supreme [power] of Christian states vind[icated] against the insolent pretences of Guill[ielmus] Apollonii, or a translation of a book intituled, Grallæ, seu vere [puerilis] cothurnus sapientiæ, &c. Or, The stilts, or most childish chapin of knowledge upon which William Appolonius of Trever, and minister of the church of Middleburgh boasts, among such as are ignorant, in his patcht rhapsodies, which hee set forth concerning supreame power and jurisdiction in matters of religion. Against the book of the most famous Dr. Nicholaus Vedelius, intituled Of the episcopacy of Constantine the Great
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