|Author:||Bradford, John, 1510?-1555.|
|Title:||A double summons the one, to vnfained repentance. The other, to the worthie receiuing of the Lords Supper. Deliuered in two notable sermons: made, by that worthy martyr of Christ, Iohn Bradford: who suffered in Smith-field An[n]o. Domini. 1555.|
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A double summons the one, to vnfained repentance. The other, to the worthie receiuing of the Lords Supper. Deliuered in two notable sermons: made, by that worthy martyr of Christ, Iohn Bradford: who suffered in Smith-field An[n]o. Domini. 1555.
Bradford, John, 1510?-1555., Sampson, Thomas, 1517?-1589,
London: Printed by George Purslowe, 1617.
|Alternate titles:||Two notable sermons Two notable sermons.|
An edition, edited by Thomas Sampson, of: Bradford, John. Two notable sermons.
"An other sermon" has caption title.
Some print show-through, and some leaves torn; K7, final leaf, torn with some loss of text.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Sermons, English -- 17th century.
To the Christian Reader, IOHN BRADFORD wisheth the true knowledge and peace of Iesus Christ, our alone and sufficient Sauiour.
To the Christian READER, Thomas Samson wisheth the felicity of speedy and full conuersion to the LORD.
A FRVITFVL Sermon of Repentance, made by the constant Martyr of Christ, Mr. Iohn Bradford. 1553.
AN Other Sermon, made also by the sayd, Master IOHN BRADFORD, vpon the Lords SVPPER.