Browsing by Author "Luther, Martin, 1483-1546, attributed name."
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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 2)Every-dayes sacrifice Wherein are comprehended many comfortable prayers and meditations, very necessary for all Christians. Also, many comforts for the sicke which are afflicted by the sight of their sins and the terrour of death; written by D. M. Luther, a little before his end. With most true comforts out of holy Scripture of the knowledge we shall haue of one another in the world to come. Translated by, W.R.S.Date of publication:
1624Description:An edition of: Every dayes sacrifice, attributed to Martin Luther but probably not in fact by him. The translator's initials are transposed only in this edition to: W.R.S. Running title reads: Euery-daies sacrifice. Includes, ...This item contains 4 files (546.48 KB).Publicly Available
TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)The alcaron of the barefote friers, that is to say, an heape or numbre of the blasphemous and trifling doctrines of the wounded idole Saint Frances taken out of the boke of his rules, called in latin, Liber conformitatum.Date of publication:
1550Author(s):Description:A translation from a Latin translation of Erasmus Alber's Der barfuser Münche Alcoran, which is loosely based on the Liber conformitatum, attributed to Bartholomeus de Pisis.--STC. Printer's initials from colophon; printer's ...This item contains 4 files (1.81 MB).Publicly Available