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The life of the learned Sir John Cheke, kt. : first instructer, afterwards Secretary of State to King Edward VI, one of the great restorers of good learning, and true religion in this kingdom : a work, wherein many remarkable points of history, relating to the state of learning and religion in the times of K. Henry VIII, K. Edward VI and Q. Mary I, are brought to light : to which is added A Treatise of Superstition, writ by the said learned knight, and now first published Preview this item
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The life of the learned Sir John Cheke, kt. : first instructer, afterwards Secretary of State to King Edward VI, one of the great restorers of good learning, and true religion in this kingdom : a work, wherein many remarkable points of history, relating to the state of learning and religion in the times of K. Henry VIII, K. Edward VI and Q. Mary I, are brought to light : to which is added A Treatise of Superstition, writ by the said learned knight, and now first published

Author: John Strype; John Wyat; William Elstob; John Cheke, Sir
Publisher: London : Printed for John Wyat, at the Rose in St. Paul's Church-yard, 1705.
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Genre/Form: History
Biography
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Strype, John, 1643-1737.
Life of the learned Sir John Cheke, kt.
London, J. Wyat, 1705
(OCoLC)646188984
Named Person: John Cheke, Sir; John Cheke, Sir
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Strype; John Wyat; William Elstob; John Cheke, Sir
OCLC Number: 13905200
Notes: Running title: The life of Sir John Cheke.
Signatures: A-S⁸ T⁴.
"A treatise of superstition" (p. 237-276) by Cheke was translated from the Latin by William Elstob. Cf. Advertisement (p. [9]).
Description: [16], 235, [5], 237-276 p., [1] leaf of plates : port. ; 20 cm. (8vo)
Other Titles: Life of Sir John Cheke
Responsibility: by John Strype, M.A.

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