|Author:||Ulric, Saint, Bishop of Augsburg, 890-973.|
|Title:||An epistle of moche learni[n]g, sent by saint Huldericus, Bisshoppe of Augusta, called Augsburgh, vnto Nicolas Bysshoppe of Rome, the fyrst of that name: agaynst the vnmaried chastitie of pryestes.|
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An epistle of moche learni[n]g, sent by saint Huldericus, Bisshoppe of Augusta, called Augsburgh, vnto Nicolas Bysshoppe of Rome, the fyrst of that name: agaynst the vnmaried chastitie of pryestes.
Ulric, Saint, Bishop of Augsburg, 890-973.
[London?: s.n., 1547?]
Place and date of publication conjectured by STC.
"Possibly printed by A. Scoloker or an unidentified predecessor of his."--STC.
Signatures: a-b (-a8, b7,8, blank?).
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Celibacy -- Early works to 1800.
VNTO NICOLAS hys lorde and father, ād moost vygylaunt Prouisor of the ho∣lye Church of Rome, Hulderi∣cus by name onelye a Bys∣shoppe, oweth Loue as his sonne or chylde, and feare as hys seruaunt.