The second edition corrected, with additions. - London : Printed for J. Churchill ..., 1714.
Book — 3 v. ; 20 cm.
(from t.p.s) Vol.
1. I. The history of the expulsion of the Moriscoes, or Mahometans of the Moorish race, out of Spain, in the reign of Philip III. II. The history of the wars of the commons of Castile, in the beginning of the reign of the Emperor Charles V. III. A view of the Spanish Cortes, or Parliament. IV. An account of the manuscripts and reliques found in the mountains of Granada,
1588. V. A view of the Inquisition of Portugal, with a list of the prisoners which came out of the Inquisition of Lisbon, in an act of the faith celebrated anno 1682, and another in
1707. VI. A narrative of the proceedings of the Inquisition in Lisbon, with a person now living in London, during his imprisoment there. VII. A Spanish Protestant martyrology.
2. Viz, I. A dissertation on the papal supremacy, chiefly with relation to the ancient Spanish church. II. An history of the Pope's behaviour towards Portugal, from the year 1641 until the year 1666, with reference to his granting of bishops to that kingdom, and to all its conquests. III. A discovery of some gross mistakes in the Roman Martyrology, &c. IV. The legend of St. James of Compostella, with animadversions upon it. V. The sad catastrophe of Antonio Perez, secretary of state to Philip the Second, King of Spain. VI. An appendix to the dissertation on the papal supremacy.
3. Viz., I. Proving, the adoration of images, praying to angels and saints, Purgatory, the doctrine of the seven sacraments, Transubstantiation, the denying of the cup in the sacrament to the people, private Masses, the adoration of the sacrament ... and auricular confession, to be doctrines and practices not known in the Spanish church in the beginning of the Eighth Century, when it was dispersed by the Moors conquest of Spain, and that the Spanish kings had an ecclesiastical supremacy, equal to that which is now in the Crown of England. II. A view of the methods by which the Roman Church keeps her people from coming to the knowledge of the great and manifold errors and corruptions which are in her faith, worship, and spirit. III. The life of Maria de Jesus of Agreda, a late famous Spanish nun. IV. An history of the schisms which have been in the Roman see. V. A view of all the orders of monks and fryars in the Roman Church, with an account of their founders, sufficient to help any one to form a right idea of the men, or of the writers of their lives. VI. An essay on the countries, religion, learning, numbers, forms of government, and the chief cause of the successes of the nations, by which the Roman Empire was pulled down. VII. An essay on the canons of the Council of Sardica, particularly on that which relates to appeals to Rome.