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|Genre/Form:||Printing privileges (Publishing)
Controversial literature Early works to 1800
Early works to 1800
|Named Person:||Gregory Martin|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
William Fulke; Augustine Matthewes; Gregory Martin
|Notes:||Comprises the text of Martin's "A discovery of the manifold corruptions of the Holy Scriptures by the heretikes of our daies," each section followed by Fulke's reply.
"A briefe confutation," 18 p. at end, has caption title: A briefe confutation of sundry cavils and quarrels uttered by divers papists in their severall bookes and pamphlets, against the writings of William Fulke.
Originally published in London, 1583. See STC 11430.
Signatures: A-V⁶ X⁸.
Title vignette, head- and tailpieces, initials, printed marginal notes.
|Description:||, 25, , 206, , 17,  p. ; 35 cm. (fol.)|
|Other Titles:||Defense of the sincere and trve translation of the Holy Scriptvres into the English tongve
Defence of the English translations of the Bible
Brief confvtation of svndry cavils and qvarrels
Brief confutation of sundry cavils and quarrels
Confutation of the papists quarrels against the writings of W. Fulke
|Responsibility:||by William Fulke D. in divinitie, and M. of Pembrooke-Hall in Cambridge ; whereunto is added A briefe confutation of all such quarrels and cavils, as haue beene of late uttered by divers papists in their English pamphlets, against the writings of the said William Fulke.|