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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
London, Society for promoting Christian knowledge, 1932
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Charles Lloyd; T A Lacey; Henry, King of England
|Notes:||A statement of doctrine of the Church of England, "with a preface written in the King's name, and to all appearance by his own hand." "Much more than a revision of" The institution of a Christian man, issued by T. Bertelet, September, 1537, and popularly known as The bishops' book. cf. Introd.
"This edition is reprinted by photographic process from Bishop Charles Lloyd's edition of Formularies of faith put forth by authority during the reign of Henry VIII (Oxford, 1825), p. 213 to the end."--Publisher's note.
|Description:||xx, 165 p. 23 cm.|
|Series Title:||Church historical society. [Publications. New series]|
|Other Titles:||Necessary doctrine and erudition for any Christian man.|
|Responsibility:||with an introduction by T.A. Lacey. Published for the Church historical society.|