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Author: Keltridge, John.
Title: Two godlie and learned sermons appointed, and preached, before the Jesuites, seminaries, and other aduersaries to the gospell of Christ in the Tower of London. In which, were confuted to their faces, the moste principall and cheefe poincts of their Romish and vvhoarish religion: and all such articles as they defend, contrarie to the woord of Cod [sic], vvere layed open and ripped vp vnto them. In Maye. 7 and 21. Anno. 1581. By Iohn Keltridge, preacher of the vvorde of God, in London.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Two godlie and learned sermons appointed, and preached, before the Jesuites, seminaries, and other aduersaries to the gospell of Christ in the Tower of London. In which, were confuted to their faces, the moste principall and cheefe poincts of their Romish and vvhoarish religion: and all such articles as they defend, contrarie to the woord of Cod [sic], vvere layed open and ripped vp vnto them. In Maye. 7 and 21. Anno. 1581. By Iohn Keltridge, preacher of the vvorde of God, in London.
Keltridge, John.

Imprinted at London: [By J. Charlewood and] Richard Ihones, dwelling without Newgate, neere vnto Holburne Bridge, [1581]
Notes:
Printer's name and publication date from STC.
"The second part of the sermon" has caption title.
Each part has separate signatures.
Errata on [2d] H2v, final leaf.
Signatures: *4 [par.]4 A2 B-H4, A-G4 H2.
Some print show-through; page numbers altered with ink so as to be illegible.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Subject terms:
Sermons, English -- 16th century.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A04790.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE RIGHT HONO∣rable, Sir Fraunces Walsingham Knight, principall Secretarie to the Queenes moste excellent Maiestie, and of her Maiesties moste honorable priuie Councell, &c.
To the Readers, and faithfull Christi∣ans, health and peace in Christe Iesus.
❧ To the aduersaries of the grace of God in the Tower of London or els where: I Iohn Keltridge wishe amendment of life, conuersion to the moste aun∣cient and vndoubted faith, with true repentaunce and contrition of hart, That they may become liuely and perfect members of Iesus Christe.
The first part of the Sermon, wherein is (largelie) confuted sundrie grosse heresies, which the Iesuites, Seminaries, and other the Popes Schollers doo holde: preached at the Tower in their presence, that the trueth might be known vnto them more apparantlie. 7. Maij. 1581.
THE SECOND PART OF the Sermon, preached against the Iesuites at the Towre, the 21. of May, 1581. being written in the 6. of Deut. ver. 6.
❧ Faultes escaped in Printing.
For the first part.
For the second part.