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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 2)The accompt rekenynge and confession of the faith of Huldrik Zwinglius byshop of Zuryk the chief towne of Heluetia sent vnto Charles the fyfte nowe Emperoure of Rome, holdynge a counsel wyth the moost noble princes, estates and learned men of Germany assembled together at Ausburgh. 1530. in the moneth of Iuly. Translated out of latyn by Thomas Cotsforde. And imprinted at Geneua. In April. 1555.Date of publication:
1555Author(s):Description:A translation of: Ad Carolum Romanorum imperatorem fidei ratio. The imprint is false; printed in Emden by Egidius Van der Erve (STC). Includes two epistles by Thomas Cottesford. Identified as STC 26140a on UMI microfilm. ...This item contains 4 files (561.31 KB).Publicly Available
TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 2)Tvvo very Godly and comfortable letters, written ouer into England The one to a Godly and zealous Lady: wherin the Annabaptists errour is confuted and the sinne against the Holye Ghoste plainly declared. The other an answer to a Godly merchants letter: written for his comfort, being greeued with the heauye burden of sinne wherin is declared the true confession of sinne: Written by T.C.Date of publication:
1589Description:T.C. = Thomas Cottesford. Sometimes erroneously attributed to Thomas Cartwright. Signatures: A-D¹² E¹⁰. First leaf blank. Reproduction of the original in the Union Theological Seminary (New York, N.Y.). Library.This item contains 4 files (266.54 KB).Publicly Available