"By Arguments they could not convince me, for I was able to show greater absurdities in their Religion than they could prove in mine; and particularly, in their Doctrine of Transubstantiation; Against which I argu'd several ways: As, First from the Testimony of our Senses , viz. of seeing, feeling, tasting, all which do assure us, that it is Bread, which we receive in the Sacrament and not Flesh."
— Psalmanazar, George (1679?-1763)
An Historical and Geographical Description of Formosa: An Island Subject to the Emperor of Japan. To Which Is Prefix'd, a Preface in Vindication of Himself from the Reflections of a Jesuit (London: Printed for Dan. Brown; G. Strahan, and W. Davis; Fran. Coggan; and Bernard Lintott, 1704). <Link to ECCO-TCP>