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Early works to 1800
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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Henry, King of England; Church of England.
|Notes:||A revised and enlarged edition of "The institution of a Christen man" ("The Bishops' book"), commonly called The King's book.
The introduction is ostensibly by Henry VIII.
Imprint from colophon.
The following distinctions are based largely on copies at Cambridge University Library, University of Cambridge-Colleges, Boston Public Library, Harvard University Library compared with selected but not always coordinated points in copies from the British Library and Folger Shakespeare Library: A1 verso line 2 has: booke; A2 recto line 2 of heading has: kyng; N4 verso catchword: wealthe and line 1 ends: wisedome; Z2 recto line 2 ends: theru and line 3 ends: wyll is.
On e6 verso: This boke bounde in paper bourdes or claspes, not to be solde aboue. xvi. d.
Signatures: A-Z⁴ a-d⁴ e⁶.
Identified as STC 5170a (former STC number) on UMI microfilm, reels 31 and 121.
Reproductions of the originals in the British Library (reel 31, 121) and Harvard University. Library (reel 1726).
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|Other Titles:||Institution of a Christen man.