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The bee hiue of the Romishe Churche· : Wherein the authour a zealous Protestant, vnder the person of a superstitious papist, doth so driely refell the grose opinions of popery, and so diuinely defend the articles of Christianitie, that (the sacred Scriptures excepted) there is not a booke to be founde, either more necessarie for thy profite, or sweeter for thy comforte. Translated out of Dutch into English by George Gilpin the Elder. Preview this item
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The bee hiue of the Romishe Churche· : Wherein the authour a zealous Protestant, vnder the person of a superstitious papist, doth so driely refell the grose opinions of popery, and so diuinely defend the articles of Christianitie, that (the sacred Scriptures excepted) there is not a booke to be founde, either more necessarie for thy profite, or sweeter for thy comforte. Translated out of Dutch into English by George Gilpin the Elder.

Author: Philips van Marnix van St Aldegonde; John Stell; George Gilpin
Publisher: [London] : These bookes are to be soulde [by A. Maunsell] in Paules Churchyard, at the signe of the Parret. Printed at London [at the three Cranes in the Vinetree, by Thomas Dawson, for Iohn Stell], 1579.
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Genre/Form: Controversial literature Early works to 1800
Named Person: Gentian Hervet
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Philips van Marnix van St Aldegonde; John Stell; George Gilpin
OCLC Number: 606550020
Notes: Foreword signed: Isaac Rabbotenu, i.e. Philips van Marnix van St. Aldegonde.
A translation of: De byencorf der H. roomsche Kercke.
Editor's dedication signed: Iohn Stell.
A reply to: Hervet, Gentian. Missyve oft seyndbrief aen de verdoolde van den Christen gheloove.
Printer's and publisher's names from colophon; bookseller's name from STC.
The first leaf and the last leaf are blank.
The "plates" are woodcuts.
Running title reads: The bee hiue of the Romish Church.
A reissue of STC 17445, with cancel title page.
Variant: title page in another setting, with "solde" in imprint.
Reproduction of original in the Cambridge University Library, England.
Description: 1 online resource ([16], 346, [2] leaves, [2] plates (1 folded))
Other Titles: Byencorf der H. Roomsche kercke.
Bee hive of the Romishe Churche
Bee hive of the Romish Church
Bee hiue of the Romish Church

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