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A moste fruitefull, pithie, and learned treatise, hovv a Christian man ought to behaue himselfe in the daunger of death : and how they are to be releued and comforted, whose deare friendes are departed out of this worlde, moste necessarie for this our vnfortunate age [and] sorowfull dayes Preview this item
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A moste fruitefull, pithie, and learned treatise, hovv a Christian man ought to behaue himselfe in the daunger of death : and how they are to be releued and comforted, whose deare friendes are departed out of this worlde, moste necessarie for this our vnfortunate age [and] sorowfull dayes

Author: Miles Coverdale; Jane Grey, Lady; Otto Werdmüller
Publisher: S.l. By Hugh Singleton, dwellynge in Creede lane, at the signe of the Golden Tunne [1574?]]
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Miles Coverdale; Jane Grey, Lady; Otto Werdmüller
OCLC Number: 837781288
Notes: A translation, by Miles Coverdale, of: Werdmüller, Otto. Kleinot gnannt der Tod
Includes: An exhortation written by the Lady Iane [Dudley, i.e. Grey], the night before shee suffred, in the ende of the newe Testament in Greeke, whiche she sent to her sister Ladie Katherine
Printer's name and address from colophon; publication date conjectured by STC
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery
STC (2nd ed.), 25253
Description: Online-Ressource.
Other Titles: Kleinot gnannt der Tod
Kleinot gnannt der Tod
Moste fruitefull, pithie, and learned treatise, how a Christian man ought to behave himselfe in the daunger of death

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