|Author:||Lancaster, Thomas, d. 1583.|
|Title:||The ryght and trew vndersta[n]dynge of the Supper of the Lord and the vse therof faythfully gathered out of ye holy Scriptures worthely to be embrased of all Christen people. Perused [and] alowed by dyuerse godly lerned men to the comfort of al ye trewe congregation of Christ.|
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The ryght and trew vndersta[n]dynge of the Supper of the Lord and the vse therof faythfully gathered out of ye holy Scriptures worthely to be embrased of all Christen people. Perused [and] alowed by dyuerse godly lerned men to the comfort of al ye trewe congregation of Christ.
Lancaster, Thomas, d. 1583.
[Imprynded [sic] at Londone: By [E. Whitechurch? for] Iohan Turke], [1550?]
|Alternate titles:||Ryght and trew understandynge of the Supper of the Lord and the use therof|
Place of publication and ostensible printer's name colophon; actual printer's name and publication date conjectured by STC.
Signatures: A-E F4.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Lord's Supper -- Early works to 1800.
¶To the most puesaunt & myghty Prince Edward the .vi. by the grace of God Kynge of England, Fraunce and Ireland, defender of the fayth, and of the Churche of England and also of Ireland in earth ye supreme head: your most humble & obediente Seruaunte Thomas Lancaster hartely wyshith all grace and peace frō god with longe Reigne, honor, helthe and pro∣sperite.
¶To the (right) Congregation of God of whiche your grace is supreame heade next immediat∣lye vnder God.