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Tyndale, William. The supper of the Lorde. : After the true meanyng of the sixte of Iohn and the. xi. of the fyrst Epystle to the Corynthians, wherunto is added an epystle to the reader. And incidently in the exposicio[n] of the supper: is co[n]futed the letter of master More agaynst Ihon Fryth

Tyndale, William. The supper of the Lorde : after the true meanyng of the sixte of Ioh⁻n and the. xi. of the fyrst Epistle to the Corhinthia[n]s, whervnto is added an epystle to the reader, and incidently in the exposition of the supper: is co[n]futed the letter of master More against Iohn Fryth

Tyndale, William. The supper of the Lorde : after the true meanyng of the sixte of Ioh⁻n and the. xi. of the fyrst Epistle to the Corhinthia[n]s, whervnto is added an epystle to the reader, and incidently in the exposition of the supper: is co[n]futed the letter of master More against Iohn Fryth

England and Wales. Sovereign (1558-1603 : Elizabeth I). By the Queene. Although her Maiestie hath had so good proofe of Gods singular goodnes, in the continual preseruation of her from his first setting of her in the Crowne, ...

Heylyn, Peter. Antidotum Lincolniense· or An answer to a book entituled, The holy table, name, & thing, &c. said to be written long agoe by a minister in Lincolnshire, and printed for the diocese of Lincolne, a⁰. 1637. : VVritten and inscribed to the grave, learned, and religious clergie of the diocese of Lincoln. By Pet: Heylyn chapleine in ordinary to his Matie