|Author:||Viret, Pierre, 1511-1571.|
|Title:||The Christian disputations, by Master Peter Viret. Deuided into three partes, dialogue wise: set out with such grace, that it cannot be, but that a man shall take greate pleasure in the reading thereoff. Translated out of French into English, by Iohn Brooke of Ashe.|
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2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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The Christian disputations, by Master Peter Viret. Deuided into three partes, dialogue wise: set out with such grace, that it cannot be, but that a man shall take greate pleasure in the reading thereoff. Translated out of French into English, by Iohn Brooke of Ashe.
Viret, Pierre, 1511-1571., Calvin, Jean, 1509-1564., Brooke, John, d. 1582,
Imprinted at London: By Thomas East, 1579.
|Alternate titles:||Disputations chrestiennes. English Disputations chrestiennes.|
A translation of: Disputations chrestiennes.
Translator's dedication signed: Iohn Brooke.
With an introduction by Jean Calvin.
Parts two and three each have separate divisional title page; foliation and register are continuous.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Frontispiece portrait of author added; some print faded and show-through.
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
To the most Reuerent Father in God EDMVND by the permissi∣on of God Archbishop of Caunterbury, Primate and Metrapolitan of England: Iohn Brooke wisheth in this life prosperitie, and eter∣nall felicitie in Christ our Sauiour.
Iohn Caluyn vnto the Readers.
Thomas Singleton to the Reader.
¶ The Preface.
¶ THE ARGVMENT AND SVMME of the first Dialogue.
¶ THE FIRST DIALOGVE which is called the Alchymee of Purgatorie.
THE SVMME OF THE seconde booke.
THE SECOND DIALOGVE which is called the office of the dead.
¶A TABLE OF THE PRINCIPALL matters of the first parte of the Dialogues.
THE SVMME OF THE third Dialogue.
THE THIRD DIALOGVE which is called Anniuersaries or yeares mindes.
THE SVMME OF THE fourth Dialogue.
¶ THE FOVRTH DIALOGVE which is called the Age of the Masse and of Purgatory.
Vnto the Reader.
¶ The table of the principall matters of the se∣conde parte of the Christian dis∣putations.
THE ARGVMENT AND SVMME of the fift Dialogue.
¶THE FIFTH DIALOGVE which is called the Hels.
THE SVMME OF THE SIXT and last Dialogue.
THE SIXT DIALOGVE WHICH is called the Requiescant in pace, of Purgatorye.
¶ A Table of the principall matters of the thirde parte of the Christian disputacions.