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The life and death of Sr Thomas Moore, knight, sometymes lord high chancellor of England,

Author: Nicholas Harpsfield; William Rastell; Elsie Vaughan Hitchcock; R W Chambers
Publisher: London, Published for the Early English Text Society by H. Milford, Oxford University Press, 1932.
Series: Early English Text Society (Series)., Original series ;, no. 186.
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Harpsfield, Nicholas, 1519-1575.
Life and death of Sr Thomas Moore, knight.
London, Published for the Early English Text Society by H. Milford, Oxford University Press, 1932
(OCoLC)602951310
Named Person: Thomas More, Saint; Nicholas Harpsfield; Thomas More, Sir Saint; Nicholas Harpsfield; Thomas More, Saint
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nicholas Harpsfield; William Rastell; Elsie Vaughan Hitchcock; R W Chambers
OCLC Number: 4375269
Notes: "The continuity of English prose from Alfred to More and his school" (p.xlv-clxxiv) was also published separately, 1932.
Includes index.
Description: ccxxxi, 400 pages frontispiece, plates, portraits, facsimile 23 cm.
Contents: Chambers' introduction is on the continuity of English prose from Alfred to More and his school, with a life of Harpsfield and historical notes. Appendices include the Rastell fragments, chiefly concerning Fisher, The news letter to Paris, describing the trial and death of More, More's indictment and More's epitaph.
Series Title: Early English Text Society (Series)., Original series ;, no. 186.
Responsibility: written in the tyme of Queene Marie by Nicholas Harpsfield, L.D., and now edited from eight manuscripts, with collations, textual notes, etc., by Elsie Vaughan Hitchcock with an introduction on the continuity of English prose from Alfred to More and his school, a life of Harpsfield, and historical notes, by R.W. Chambers and with appendices, including the Rastell fragments, chiefly concerning Fisher; the news letter to Paris, describing the trial and death of More; More's indictment; and More's epitaph.

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