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Author: Marprelate, Martin, pseud.
Title: Theses Martinianae that is, certaine demonstratiue conclusions, sette downe and collected (as it should seeme) by that famous and renowmed clarke, the reuerend Martin Marprelate the great: seruing as a manifest and sufficient confutation of al that euer the Colledge of Catercaps with their whole band of clergie-priests, haue, or canbring [sic] for the defence of their ambitious and antichristian prelacie. Published and set foorthe as an after-birth of the noble gentleman himselfe, by a prety stripling of his, Martin Iunior, and dedicated by him to his good neame and nuncka, Maister Iohn Kankerbury: hovv the yongman [sic] came by them, the reader shall vunderstande sufficiently in the epilogue. In the meane time, vvhosoeuer can bring mee acquainted vvith my father, Ile bee bounde hee shall not loose his labour.
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Theses Martinianae that is, certaine demonstratiue conclusions, sette downe and collected (as it should seeme) by that famous and renowmed clarke, the reuerend Martin Marprelate the great: seruing as a manifest and sufficient confutation of al that euer the Colledge of Catercaps with their whole band of clergie-priests, haue, or canbring [sic] for the defence of their ambitious and antichristian prelacie. Published and set foorthe as an after-birth of the noble gentleman himselfe, by a prety stripling of his, Martin Iunior, and dedicated by him to his good neame and nuncka, Maister Iohn Kankerbury: hovv the yongman [sic] came by them, the reader shall vunderstande sufficiently in the epilogue. In the meane time, vvhosoeuer can bring mee acquainted vvith my father, Ile bee bounde hee shall not loose his labour.
Marprelate, Martin, pseud., Throckmorton, Job, 1545-1601,, Penry, John, 1559-1593,

[Wolston, Warks.]: Printed [by John Hodgkins] by the assignes of Martin Iunior, without any priuiledge of the Catercaps, [22 July 1589]
Alternate titles: Martin Junior.
Notes:
Martin Junior = Martin Marprelate, who has been identified with John Penry and, more probably, with Job Throckmorton.
Often referred to as "Martin Junior".
Place of publication and printer's name from STC. Dated at end: Iuly 22. 1589.
Signatures: A-D4.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Subject terms:
Marprelate controversy -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A07040.0001.001

Contents
title page
Martin Iunior sonne vnto the re∣nowmed and worthy Martin Marprelate the Great, to the Reader.
THESES MARTINIANAE.
THESES MARTINIANAE: That is, The vnanswerable Conclusions of MARTIN, wherein are plainely set downe many straunge and vnknowen things (if here∣after they may be prooued) against the Bishops.
Martin Iuniors Epilogue. To the worshipfull his very good neame, Maister Iohn Can∣turburie.