|Author:||Old, John, fl. 1545-1555.|
|Title:||A confession of the most auncient and true christe[n] catholike olde belefe accordyng to the ordre of the .xij. articles of our co[m]mon crede, set furthe in Englishe to the glory of almightye God, and to the confirmacion of Christes people in Christes catholike olde faith. By I.O.|
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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A confession of the most auncient and true christe[n] catholike olde belefe accordyng to the ordre of the .xij. articles of our co[m]mon crede, set furthe in Englishe to the glory of almightye God, and to the confirmacion of Christes people in Christes catholike olde faith. By I.O.
Old, John, fl. 1545-1555.
Imprinted at Sothewarke [i.e. Emden]: By Christophor Truthal [i.e. Egidius van der Erve] Cum priuilegio regalj, In April. 1556.
I.O. = John Old.
The imprint is false; actual printer's name and place of publication from STC.
Reproduction of the original in Cambridge University Library.
Apostles' Creed -- Early works to 1800.
To the vnfayned fa¦uourours & louers of the pure worde and Gospell of Iesus Christ, enha∣biting within the cities and diocese of Couentrie and Lichfelde, and in all o∣ther places, where it hathe chaunced me to haue occupied the rowme of a Preacher: Grace, mercye, and peace (ioyned with earnest repentaūce, and constaunt faithe, in the doctrine of the Gospell) frō God the father, and his sonne Iesus Christ, the cōmon & only saueour of the worlde.