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Bonde, William. A deuoute treatyse in Englysshe, called the Pilgrymage of perfeccyon very profytable for all chrysten people to rede: and in especyall, to all relygyous persones moche necessary. The auctour of this present treatyse hath added vnto it the exposicyon of the Aue and the Crede, with dyuerse other thynges

Bonde, William. Here begynneth a deuout treatyse in Englysshe, called the Pylgrimage of perfection : very p[ro]fitable for all christen people to rede: and in especiall, to all relygious p[er]sons moche necessary

Bonde, William. A deuoute treatyse in Englysshe, called the Pilgrymage of perfeccyon : very profytable for all chrysten people to rede: and in especyall, to all relygyous persones moche necessary. The auctour of this present treatyse hath added vnto it the exposicyon of the Aue and the Crede, with dyuerse other thynges

Bonde, William. A deuoute treatyse in Englysshe, called the Pilgrymage of perfeccyon : very profytable for all chrysten people to rede: and in especyall, to all relygyous persones moche necessary. The auctour of this present treatyse hath added vnto it the exposicyon of the Aue and the Crede, with dyuerse other thynges

Bonde, William. [The directory of conscience a pr]ofytable [treatise for su]che that be tymorous or ferfull in conscyence, co[m]pyled by one of the fathers of Syon [and] now put in impressyo[n] at the insta[n]t request of another devout religyous man