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Author: Marprelate, Martin, pseud.
Title: Hay any worke for Cooper: or a briefe pistle directed by waye of an hublication to the reverende byshopps counselling them, if they will needs be barrelled vp, for feare of smelling in the nostrels of her Maiestie [and] the state, that they would vse the aduise of reuerend Martin, for the prouiding of their cooper. Because the reuerend T.C. (by which misticall letters, is vnderstood, eyther the bounsing parson of Eastmeane, or Tom Coakes his chaplaine) to bee an vnskilfull and a beceytfull [sic] tubtrimmer. Wherein worthy Martin quits himselfe like a man I warrant you, in the modest defence of his selfe and his learned pistles, and makes the coopers hoopes to flye off, and the Bishops tubs to leake out of all crye. Penned and compiled by Martin the Metropolitane.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Hay any worke for Cooper: or a briefe pistle directed by waye of an hublication to the reverende byshopps counselling them, if they will needs be barrelled vp, for feare of smelling in the nostrels of her Maiestie [and] the state, that they would vse the aduise of reuerend Martin, for the prouiding of their cooper. Because the reuerend T.C. (by which misticall letters, is vnderstood, eyther the bounsing parson of Eastmeane, or Tom Coakes his chaplaine) to bee an vnskilfull and a beceytfull [sic] tubtrimmer. Wherein worthy Martin quits himselfe like a man I warrant you, in the modest defence of his selfe and his learned pistles, and makes the coopers hoopes to flye off, and the Bishops tubs to leake out of all crye. Penned and compiled by Martin the Metropolitane.
Marprelate, Martin, pseud., Throckmorton, Job, 1545-1601,, Penry, John, 1559-1593,

Printed in Europe [i.e. Coventry: By Robert Waldegrave], not farre from some of the bounsing priestes, [March 1589]
Alternate titles: Hay any worke for Cooper Briefe pistle directed by waye of an hublication to the reverende byshopps.
Notes:
Martin the Metropolitane = Martin Marprelate, who has been identified with John Penry and, more probably, with Job Throckmorton.
A reply to: Cooper, Thomas. An admonition to the people of England.
The imprint is false; actual imprint from STC.
In black letter. There is a post-1640 reprint in roman.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Subject terms:
Cooper, Thomas, -- 1517?-1594. -- Admonition to the people of England -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Marprelate controversy -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A07039.0001.001

Contents
title page
A man of worshipp / to the men of wor∣ship / that is / Martin Marprelate gentleman / Primate / & Metropolitane of all the Martins wher∣soeuer. To the Iohn of al the sir Iohns / and to the rest of the terrible priests: saith haue among you once againe my cleargie masters. For
Hay any worke for Cooper.
The reuerend T.C. to the reader. page 1.
Reuerend Martin.
Reuerend T.C. page 2. Epistle.
Reuerend Martin.
Reuerend T.C.
Reuerend Martin.
Reuerend. T.C. Admonition page. 1. 2. 3.
Reuerend Martin.
Reuerend. T.C. Page. 4.
Reuerend Martin.
Reuerend T.C. page 8. 9. 10.
Reuerend Martin.
Reuerend T.C. page 10. 11. 12. 13.
Reuerend Martin.
Reuerend T.C. page 16. 17.
Reuerend Martin.
Reuerend T.C. from the 20. to the 30.
Reuerend. Martin.
Reuerend. T.C. page. 5 36.
R. Martin.
Reuerend. T.C. page. 38.
Falts escaped