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A disputacion of purgatorye made by Ihon̄ Frith whiche is deuided in to thre bokes. The fyrst boke is an answere vnto Rastell, which goeth aboute to proue purgatorye by naturall phylosophye. The seconde boke answereth vnto Sir Thomas More, which laboureth to proue purgatorye by scripture. The thyrde boke maketh answere vnto my lorde of Rochestre which moost leaneth vnto the doctoures. Preview this item
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A disputacion of purgatorye made by Ihon̄ Frith whiche is deuided in to thre bokes. The fyrst boke is an answere vnto Rastell, which goeth aboute to proue purgatorye by naturall phylosophye. The seconde boke answereth vnto Sir Thomas More, which laboureth to proue purgatorye by scripture. The thyrde boke maketh answere vnto my lorde of Rochestre which moost leaneth vnto the doctoures.

Author: John Frith
Publisher: [London?] : [publisher not identified], [1537?]
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Genre/Form: Controversial literature
Early works to 1800
Named Person: John Rastell; Thomas More, Saint; John Fisher, Saint
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John Frith
OCLC Number: 606497447
Description: 1 online resource ([176] pages)

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