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Author: Musculus, Wolfgang, 1497-1563.
Title: The temporysour (that is to saye: the obseruer of tyme, or he that chaungeth with the tyme.) Compyled in Latyn by the excellent clarke Wolfangus Musculus, and tra[n]slated into Frenche by M. Vallerain Pullain. And out of Frenche into Inglishe by R.P. 1555.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The temporysour (that is to saye: the obseruer of tyme, or he that chaungeth with the tyme.) Compyled in Latyn by the excellent clarke Wolfangus Musculus, and tra[n]slated into Frenche by M. Vallerain Pullain. And out of Frenche into Inglishe by R.P. 1555.
Musculus, Wolfgang, 1497-1563., Poullain, Valérand, d. 1559 or 60,, Pownall, Robert, 1520-1571,, Curione, Celio Secondo, 1503-1569.

[Wesel?: Imprinted [by H. Singleton?], Anno Domini. 1555. In the month of July. [1555]
Notes:
R.P. = R. Pownall.
Place of publication and printer's name conjectured by STC.
Includes: An excellent admonicion and resolution, of the godlye and famous learned man Celius secundus Curio, from a letter in an unidentified work of Celio Secundus Curione.
Signatures: A-G H.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A07942.0001.001

Contents
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❀Grace mer∣cye and peace from God oure euerla∣stinge father in the bloude of Iesus Christ, by the communication of his holy spyryte be mul¦tiplied vnto the (O Ingland) into the im∣brafinge of the trew honour of God in his word, and the forsakinge of al Idolatrye and Ypocresie.
¶The Tem∣porisour (that is to saye: the obseruer of tyme, or he that chaungeth with the tyme.) Compy∣led in Latyn by the excellent Clarke Wolfan∣gus Musculus, and trāslated into Frenche by M. Vallerain Pullain. And out of Frenche in to Inglishe by R. P. 1555.
¶The fyrst Dialoge.
❀The second Dialoge.
¶The thyrde Dialoge.
¶The fowrth Dialoge.
¶An excellent admonicion and resolucion, of the godlye and famous learned man Celius secundus Curio. Dedicated vnto all faythful Christians, to the ende, they (beyng warned) may auoyde al supersticious and erronious papisticall seruices. Translated out of Frenche into English. By R. P.