|Author:||Sutton, J., fl. 1567-1573.|
|Title:||A newe reuenge for an olde grudge. Lately sette forth by I.S. VVho buildeth not vpon sure grounde, hath often beene, and now is founde a losse of time, a vaine expence, thus saith Goddes worde. An ouerthrowe of his presence. Thankes to the Lorde.|
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A newe reuenge for an olde grudge. Lately sette forth by I.S. VVho buildeth not vpon sure grounde, hath often beene, and now is founde a losse of time, a vaine expence, thus saith Goddes worde. An ouerthrowe of his presence. Thankes to the Lorde.
Sutton, J., fl. 1567-1573.
Imprinted at London: By Henry Wylkes, for Francis Coldocke[, 1567]
|Alternate titles:||Newe revenge for an olde grudge Newe revenge for an olde grudge.|
I.S. = J. Sutton.
Publication date from STC.
Anti-Catholic pamphlet; supports Bishop Jewel and opposes Thomas Harding in Church of England controversy.
Signatures: A B6.
Reproduction of original in the Lambeth Palace Library.
Jewel, John, -- 1522-1571 -- Early works to 1800.
Harding, Thomas, -- 1516-1572 -- Early works to 1800.
Church of England -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
To the Reader.
❧ A newe Reuenge for an olde Grudge.