Browsing by Author "Fowler, John, 1537-1579."
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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)A brief fourme of confession instructing all Christian folke how to confesse their sinnes, [and] so to dispose themselues, that they may enioy the benefite of true pena[n]ce, dooing the woorthy frutes therof, according to th'vse of Christes Catholique Church. Newly translated into English, and set foorth together with certaine other godly brief treatises and praiers, as is to be seene in the side folowing.Date of publication:
1576Author(s):Description:Sometimes attributed to Laurence Vaux. At foot of title page: Cum priuilegio. Translator's dedication signed: Iohn Fouler. Includes selection from Sir Thomas More and Juan Luis Vives, the latter in Latin. Many leaves ...This item contains 4 files (2.88 MB).Publicly Available
TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)An oration against the vnlawfull insurrections of the protestantes of our time, vnder pretence to refourme religion Made and pronounced in Latin, in the Schole of Artes at Louaine, the .xiij. of December. Anno. 1565. By Peter Frarin of Andwerp, M. of Arte, and Bacheler of both lawes. And now translated [by John Fowler] into English, with the aduise of the author.Date of publication:
1566Author(s):Description:A translation, by John Fowler, of: Oratio Petri Frarini quod male reformandae religionis nomine arma sumpserunt sectarii nostri temporis habita. Has a verse summary with woodcuts at the end. "The translatour to the gentle ...This item contains 4 files (2.52 MB).Publicly Available