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HEHL 432611 Wing A 3033 Pietas Romana et Parisiensis, or A faithful Relation of the several sorts of Charitable + Pious Works eminent in teh Cities of Rome + Paris. - the one taken out of the book* written by Theodorus Amydenus (1624), the other out of that by Mr. Carr (1666). *Part I. Of Corporal works of Charity (12 chapters) 2. Of spiritual works of Charity ( 8 Chapter) 3. Concerning the general devotion towards God. (5 chapters)

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562 Phil Barber Boston, Mass. Dec. '01 $5.00

William Tyndale (and others) (1492-1536) The Whole WOrks of W. Tyndall, John Frith, and Doct. Barnes [Ed.] (J. Foxe) - 1516-1587. folio London: John Daye, 1573 (1572) Ref: S.T.C. 24436 Copy: HEHL

p. 127 made by William Tyndall S iiij (of 4) p. 128 The obedience of a Christian man. First collected edition. Preface by John Foxe In addition to biographies of the 3 martyrs, the collection includes 21 works by Tyndale, 12 by Frith + 15 by Barnes, the most substantial being Tyndale's "The Obedience of a Christian Man." Most of the others are commentaries, prologues + polemical works, all with a strong Protestant bias. - A key work on the English Reformation, first published in 1528, combining the Lutheran doctrine of obedience to authority with a characteristically English emphasis on the importance of a strong monarchy." It is Tyndale's most important book outside his translations. It was widely read, + fed into the thinking of many people in the next decades. If we had nothing from Tyndale but his Obedience, he would still be of high significance for the time." - Foxe was closely involved with the printer John Day + is known to have worked in his shop while the 1st ed. of "Actes and Monuments" (1563) was being prepared and both were close to Matthew Parker, Archbishop of Canterbury.

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3 parts in one volume (289x188 mm) Black letter + roman in double column. TItle + 2 sectional titles with repeated woodcut border. Half page woodcut illust. on A4 of part 1, 2 on the 1st + last leaf of part 3, woodcut historiated + floreated initials, typographical ornaments.

The Obedience of a Christian man, and how Christians begins on page 97 P1 (of 4) ought to governe. Set forth by William Tyndell 1528 Oct. 2. William Tyndale otherwise called Hitchins to the reader. A Preface to the Reader The Prologue unto the booke. The Obedience of all degrees proved by Gods Word and first of children unto theyr elders. The Obedience of Wives unto their husbands. The Obedience of Servants unto their Maisters. The Obedience of Subiects unto Kings, Princees and rulers. Against the Popes false Power The office of an husband and how he ought to rule. The office fo a maister, and how he ought to rule. The dutie of Land lordes. my leaf - The dutie of Kings, and of the Judges and Officers. (begins p. 122-134) Antichrist wtc. ends on page 183 Bb6 (of 6)

before - The Parable of the WIcked Mammon - published begins p, 59 the year 1527 the 8 of May. after - An exposition upon the V, VI, VII chapters of. S. Mathews Gospell. begins p. 184-247

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563 Phil Barber Boston, Mass. Dec. '01 $22.50

Novum Testamentum Graecum.... Antwerp: Christophe Plantin (1514-89), 1584 f^0 Ref: D.+M. 4645 Voet 646 R. - Petre 342 See #328 A+B. Copy: Brit Lib, RL. Brussels, HEHL p. 143 Cap. IIII ad Philippenses. S4 (of 4) 4:2 - 23 ( My leaf) THe Epistle of Paul to the Philippians p. 144 Epistola Pauli caput primum - The Epistle of Paul to the Colosians 1:1 - 3:10

D.+M. #645 This forms the latter half of a complete Bible in the original languages, with an interlinear Latin translation; the whole reprinted from the Antwerp Polyglot (1568-72). The Hebrew O.T. starts at the end of the volume, and the Greek N.T. at the beginning followed by the Greek Apocrypha; each of the 2 parts having its own separate title. The O.T. is catalogued separately in the Hebrew section (D.+M. #5106). The text in the N.T. follows that given in Vol. 7 of the Antwerp Polyglot (see 4643 a) Text: - (1) N.T., 186 pp ending with 2 approbations, 1 f. blank; (2) Apocrypha, 128 pp. Sig 91^4, A-Y4 Z6; Aa-Qq4; 162 ff. 340x214mm

Voet Bible (in Hebrew, Greek, + Latin) ed. B. Arias Montanus (1527-98) 1584 B. II Hebrew BII Greek 355x225mm. [1] - 186: N.T. (in Greek with interlinear Latin translation; 2 col. divided by double rules, marginals in Roman + Greek) 1-128 Apocrypha It forms, together with the O.T. in Hebrew (with interlinear Latin translation) a complete Bible. The whole is reprinted from Vol. 7 of the Polyglot Bible.

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Berkowitz #177 R. Petre #44 Royal Antwerp Polyglot 1569-72 ed. by B. Aries Montanus (appointed by Philip II) 8 vol. 3522 leaves. 41x27cm. The languages represented are Hebrew, Greek, Latin + Syriac. Only 500 to 920 copies were printed, of which the greater part were lost at sea on the way to Spain The Greek text follows the Complutensian but was corrected by the Aldine ed.

HEHL 112951 (1584 ed.) St. Paul Epistola ad Colossenses ends on p. 145 - T1 (of 4) Apocalypsis Ioannis (i.e. N.T.) ends on p. 186

HEHL 112982 C. Plantin Polyglot Bible 1569-72 8 vol. D+M 1422 *Vol. 6 Novum Testamentum Graece - my leaf is folio 146 (misnumbered 148) in this Work - here the large initial is the Greek [pi] instead of P (Paulus) [PATAOS] text 191 pp

Vol. 7 - contains the O.T. in Hebrew with an interlinear Latin translation (a revision of Sanctes Pagninus version) + the N.T. in Greek with the Vulgate placed between the lines. *various copies are differently bound up. vol. 6 + 7 are reversed in the HEHL copy.

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