|Author:||Some, Thomas, b. ca. 1510.|
|Title:||Here begynnyth a traetys callyde the Lordis flayle handlyde by the bushops powre thresshere Thomas Solme.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Here begynnyth a traetys callyde the Lordis flayle handlyde by the bushops powre thresshere Thomas Solme.
Some, Thomas, b. ca. 1510.
[Printyde at Basyl [i.e. Antwerp]: By me Theophyll Emlos, vndere the sygne of sente Peters kay [i.e. widow of C. Ruremund, 1540?]
|Alternate titles:||Lordis flayle handlyde by the bushops powre thresshere.|
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Ten Commandments -- Early works to 1800.
to the reader
¶ A forme howe we shal know God.
¶ A forme to knowe owre selues.
¶ Whan we haue thus lernid owr one infirmyte then we muste not dispy∣re vtterlly / but seke remidy by his mar∣ty / & note by workis / & so he is redy to helpe for Christis sak which is his only marcy and remission of synne.
¶ Here begynnyth the tenne com∣maundmentis.
¶ The fyrst cōmaundment.
¶ The secund cōmaundment.
¶ The thyrde cōmaundment.
¶ The fowrth cōmaundment.
The fyfthe ¶ The fyfthe cōmaundement.
¶ The .vi. cōmaundment.
¶ The .vij. cōmaundemente.
¶ The .viij. cōmaundement.
¶ The .ix. cōmaundement.
¶ The .x. cōmaundement.