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Author: Trigge, Francis, 1547?-1606.
Title: An apologie, or defence of our dayes, against the vaine murmurings & complaints of manie wherein is plainly proued, that our dayes are more happie & blessed than the dayes of our forefathers.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: An apologie, or defence of our dayes, against the vaine murmurings & complaints of manie wherein is plainly proued, that our dayes are more happie & blessed than the dayes of our forefathers.
Trigge, Francis, 1547?-1606.

London: Printed by Iohn Wolfe, 1589.
Alternate titles: Defence of these our dayes.
Notes:
Anonymous. By Francis Trigge.
Running title reads: A defence of these our dayes.
In praise of the Reformation--STC.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
England -- Social conditions -- 16th century.
England -- Church history -- 16th century.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A13966.0001.001

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To the right worshipfull, Sir Anthonie Thorrold Knight, and to the vertuous Ladie Anne Thorrold his wife: Francis Trigge wisheth this yeare with manie others, prosperous & ioyfull in this world, & in the world to come, life euerlasting.
¶An Apologye, or defence of our dayes, against the vaine murmurings and complaints of manie, wherein is plainlie proued, that our daies are more happie and blessed, than the daies of our forefathers.