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Title: The B A C bothe in latyn and in Englysshe.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The B A C bothe in latyn and in Englysshe.
[Imprinted at Londo[n]: In Paules Chyrche yarde at the sygne of the maydens heed by thomas Petyt, [1538]]
Alternate titles: B A C bothe in latyn and in Englysshe.
Notes:
Imprint from colophon; publication date suggested by STC.
Reproduction of the original in the Emmanuel College (University of Cambridge) Library.
Subject terms:
Primers(Prayer-books) -- Church of England -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A08694.0001.001

Contents
The. bothe in and in
table of vowel and consonant combinations
collection of prayers
Sign of the Cross
Pater Noster
version
version
Ave Maria
version
version
Apostles' Creed
version
version
prayer sequences
Confiteor sequence
Kyrie
gospel sequence
sequence from the Canon of the Mass
dismissal
final versicle for Requiem
¶ Grace to be fayd before dyner.
¶ race afteyner▪
¶ dayes
¶ Grace after dyner
¶ grace to be sayd dyner
¶ other grace to be sayd beore dyner or supper.
¶ A shorte grace after dyner.
¶ nother grace to be sayde after dyner or souper.
¶ Grace before souper.
¶ Grace after souper.
¶ fore dyner.
¶ Grace after dyner at Ester
¶ Let vs pray.
ten cōmaundement
¶ of mercy bodily.
¶ he vij work of mercy ghostly
¶ The .vij. Capitall synnes.
colophon