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Writings of Edward the Sixth : William Hugh, Queen Catherine Parr, Anne Askew, Lady Jane Grey, Hamilton, and Balnaves

Author: Edward, King of EnglandWilliam M EnglesWilliam HughCatharine Parr, Queen consort of Henry VIII King of EnglandAnne AskewAll authors
Publisher: Philadelphia : Presbyterian Board of Publication, 1842.
Series: British reformers, 3.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st American edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Early works
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Early works to 1800
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Edward, King of England; William M Engles; William Hugh; Catharine Parr, Queen consort of Henry VIII King of England; Anne Askew; Jane Grey, Lady; Patrick Hamilton; Henry Balnaves
OCLC Number: 3950931
Notes: Added title-pages.
Description: iv, 476 pages ; 20 cm.
Contents: Some account of King Edward the Sixth ; Some particulars of Sir John Cheke --
King Edward the Sixth : His own arguments against the Pope's supremacy ... ; A short catechism, or, Plain instruction ; Extracts from the Primer, or, Book of private prayer, needful to be used by all Christians / Edward the Sixth --
The troubled man's medicine : in two books ... / by William Hugh --
Some account of Catherine Parr, the last consort of Henry VIII --
Prayers and meditations ... ; The lamentation of a sinner / by ... Queen Catherine, (Parr) bewailing the ignorance of her blind life, led in superstition --
The examinations of Anne Askew, later martyred in Smithfield, by the Romish Pope's upholders / written by herself ... --
The precious remains of the Lady Jane Grey : containing some account of her life, her letters and other pieces --
Patrick's places : a treatise of the law and gospel / by Patrick Hamilton ; to which are added the Annotations of John Fox --
The confession of faith ... / compiled by M. Henry Balnaves.
Series Title: British reformers, 3.
Other Titles: Patrick's places
Responsibility: [compiled and edited by the order of the executive committee by Wm. M. Engles].

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