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Roy, William, active 1527-1531.
Rede me and be nott wrothe / For I saye no thynge but trothe. / I will ascende makynge my state so hye / That my pompous honoure shall never dye. / [Woodcut] O Caytyfe when thou thynkest least of all / With confusion thou shalt have a fall.
[Chiswick], [Reprinted by C. Whittingham, for W. Pickering], 
|Named Person:||Thomas Wolsey; Thomas Wolsey|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
William Roy; Jerome Barlow
|Notes:||A facsimile reprint in black letter of a satire in verse directed against the priesthood and monastic orders, especially Cardinal Wolsey. Sometimes entitled "The Burying of the mass."
Title in red and black, with satirical cut of Wolsey's arms.
Edition of 100 copies.
|Description:|| pages 2 illustrations 19 cm|
|Other Titles:||Burying of the mass|