|Author:||Smith, Richard, 1500-1563.|
|Title:||The seconde parte of the booke called a Bucklar of the Catholyke fayeth conteyninge seuen chapiters / made by Rychard Smyth doctoure of diuinitie of Oxforde, & reader of the same there.|
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The seconde parte of the booke called a Bucklar of the Catholyke fayeth conteyninge seuen chapiters / made by Rychard Smyth doctoure of diuinitie of Oxforde, & reader of the same there.
Smith, Richard, 1500-1563.
Excusum Londini: In ædibus Roberti Caly, typographi, mense Ianuarii anno. 1555.
"Cum priuilegio ad imprimendum sol[u]m."
Signatures: [pi]4 A-K8 L4.
Preliminary pages repeated twice.
Includes marginal notes.
Imperfect: stained with print show-through and loss of print.
Reproduction of original in the Peterborough Cathedral. Library.
Catholic Church -- Doctrines.
¶ The contentes of this second booke, whiche is dded into seuen chapiters.
The seconde booke. The firste chapiter.
The second Chapter.
The. iii. Chapter.
The fourthe chapiter.
The fifte chapiter.
The sixte chapiter.
The preface to the vii. chapiter.
The seuenth chapiter.
Some of the auncient doctours sen∣tences, written agaynst the marri∣riages of them, whiche had made a vowe of continuall chastitie, and continencie.
That the vowe of pouertie ought to be obserued of monkes; nonnes, chanons, frerēs, and all other reli∣gious persons vpon the payne of damnation.