Browsing by Author "Crespin, Jean, d. 1572."
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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)Of two vvoonderful popish monsters to wyt, of a popish asse which was found at Rome in the riuer of Tyber, and of a monkish calfe, calued at Friberge in Misne. Which are the very foreshewings and tokens of Gods wrath, against blinde, obstinate, and monstrous Papistes. Witnessed, and declared, the one by Philip Melancthon, the other by Martyn Luther. Translated out of French into English by Iohn Brooke of Assh, next Sandwich.Date of publication:
1579Author(s):Description:Printer's name and publication date from colophon. In two parts, each with caption title and woodcut illustration facing caption title. A translation, by John Brooke, of: De deux monstres prodigieux. Reproduction of the ...This item contains 4 files (1.06 MB).Publicly Available
TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)The estate of the Church with the discourse of times, from the apostles vntill this present: also of the liues of all the emperours, popes of Rome, and Turkes: as also of the Kings of Fraunce, England, Scotland, Spaine, Portugall, Denmarke, &c. With all the memorable accidents of their times. Translated out of French into English by Simon Patrike, Gentleman.Date of publication:
1602Description:A translation of: Hainault, Jean de. L'estat de l'eglise. Editor's preface signed "Iohn Crispin", to whom the work is often attributed. Includes index. Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and ...This item contains 4 files (23.84 MB).Publicly Available