|Author:||Calvin, Jean, 1509-1564.|
|Title:||Certaine homilies of m. Ioan Calvine conteining profitable and necessarie, admonitio[n] for this time, with an apologie of Robert Horn.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Certaine homilies of m. Ioan Calvine conteining profitable and necessarie, admonitio[n] for this time, with an apologie of Robert Horn.
Calvin, Jean, 1509-1564., Horne, Robert, 1519?-1580,
Impri[n]ted at Rome [i.e. Wesel?]: Before the castle of .s. Angel, at the signe of .s. Peter [i.e. printed by J. Lambrecht? for Hugh Singleton?], Anno. M.D.Liii. 
|Alternate titles:||Quatre sermons. English. Selections Quatre sermons. Certaine homilies of m. Joan Calvine.|
A translation by Robert Horne of two sermons from: Quatre sermons.
Imprint information conjectured by STC.
Signatures: A-G H4 (-H4).
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Sermons, English -- 16th century.
Reformed Church -- Sermons.
¶ Grace / peace / and mercye from God ye father of our lord Iesus Christe. Amen.
A sermon / wher in all Christianes ar admonished to flye the outward Idolatrie / taken out of ye iij. verse of the xvj. Psalme: I will not coīcate wt their bloudye sacrifices / nether will j take their names in my mouth.
An homily conteining An exhortation to suffer perse∣quutiō / yt we maye ther in folow Iesus Christ & his gospel / takē of this saīg / in ye xiij. Cap. to the Hebreues. Let vs go forth to him without the gates / bea∣ring his opprobrie.