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Standish, John. A discourse wherin is debated whether it be expedient that the scripture should be in English for al men to reade that wyll. : Here nowe gentle reader in this second edition the authour hathe added sundrie thynges not unworthie to be noted (as he iudgeth) beside many corrections, whiche lacked in the fyrste settynge furthe. Fyrst reade this booke with an indifferent eye, and then approue or condemne, as God shall moue your heart

Standish, John. A discourse wherin is debated whether it be expedient that the scripture should be in English for al men to reade that wyll. : Fyrst reade this booke with an indifferent eye, and then approue or condempne, as God shall moue your heart

Standish, John. A lytle treatyse composed by John Sta[n]dysshe one of the felowes of Whittynton Colledge in London, and nowe by him the fautes of the prynter in this heretofore, newly corrected with certayne addycio[n]s to the same, againste the p[ro]testacion, of Robert barnes at ye time of his deth

Standish, John. A discourse wherin is debated whether it be expedient that the scripture should be in English for al men to reade that wyll Fyrst reade this booke with an indifferent eye, and then approue or condempne, as God shall moue your heart

Standish, John. A lytle treatyse composed by John Sta[n]dysshe one of the felowes of Whittynton Colledge in London, and nowe by him the fautes of the prynter in this heretofore, newly corrected with certayne addycio[n]s to the same, againste the p[ro]testacion, of Robert barnes at ye time of his deth