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Author: Heyden, Cornelius van der.
Title: A bryefe summe of the whole Byble. A Chrystian instruction for al parsons yonge and olde, to the whiche is annexed the ordenarye for all degrees. / Translated out of Doutche into Inglysh by Antony Scoloker.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A bryefe summe of the whole Byble. A Chrystian instruction for al parsons yonge and olde, to the whiche is annexed the ordenarye for all degrees. / Translated out of Doutche into Inglysh by Antony Scoloker.
Heyden, Cornelius van der., Scoloker, Anthony, fl. 1548.

Imprinted at London,: by Robert Stoughton Dwellynge wythin Ludgate at the s[i]ngne [sic] of the Byshoppis Myter, [1550?]
Subject terms:
Bible -- Outlines, syllabi, etc.
Bible -- Study and teaching -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/B00941.0001.001

Contents
title page
The contentes of this booke.
The prologue to the reade.
a briefe summe of the whole Byble.
Of God.
The creacion of man.
Synne.
Chryst was promysed.
The lawe.
The comming of Christ.
The lambe of God.
The holyghoost.
Good workes.
Christ our master:
Fyrst.
Secondly.
part
Agaynst this commaundement do.
Agaynst this commaunde∣ment do.
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part
part
part
part
part
part
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Thus good lorde.
part
Concernyng the third parte and ar¦ticle before rehearsed, Chryst in the gos∣pell techeth vs saying Pray, that ye fall not into temptacion.
First vppon that poynte. Our fa¦ther whiche art in heauen.
Prayer and confession.
For all eates.
Prayer and confession.
Confession.
Prayer and confession.
Prayer and coufession.
Prayer and confession.
Confession.
Prayer and confession.
Confession.
Prayer and confession.
Confession.
Prayer and confession.
Conclusion of the lordes prayer or pater noster.
A brefe instruction of Baptysme.
Prayer.
A bryefe Instruction of christes sup¦per, in the whiche he geueth vs his flesh, and bloud.
Prayer.
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To the christen Reader.
Fyrst.
How the commen people ought to vse and behaue them selues to wardes the spi¦rituall prelaces.
Howe the worldly and superiour po¦wres, as Emperours, Kinges, Princes, Iudges, & rulers ough to liue with their subiectes.
How subiectes shall behaue them¦selues towardes theyr superiours, and temporall rulers.
Pray for kinges and rulers.
How parentes as father and mother ough to rule and bryng vp theyr Children in the feare of the lorde.
How youth shall obey their elders, honouring them in the feare of the lorde.
How the master and mastres ought to vse them selfes towardes their serua∣untes.
How seruauntes ought too bee haue them selues in the seruice of theyr ma∣sters or lordes. Dames or mastresses.
The duety of maried men towardes their wiues.
The duetie of maried women to war∣des theyr husbandes.
Of the state of matrimony ī general.
Of the state of virgins.
Of the state of widdowes.
Exhortacion to the rich of this worlde.
Exhortacion to the poore, sicke and impotent Parsons.
Exhortacion to the artificer or handi∣craftes man.
Exhortacion to Religious or denout parsons.
Exhortacion to the marchaunt.
Exhortacion to the husbaudman.
Exhortacion to souldiours or meu of warre.
Exhortacion to custumers toluers, and publicanes.
Exhortacion to lombardes & vzurers.
Exhortacion to Whore moungers, and fornicatours.
Exhortacion to dronkardes.
Exhorcaciō vnto al sinners generally
A generall exhortacion vnto al men.
treatise
The prayer for the mornyng.
An other prayer for the Mornyng.
The confession of our synners vnto God the father.
The prayer too bee sayd when thou goest to bedde.
An other prayer.
Whan thou goest to thy labour at worke.
Whan a man is bounde towarde a∣ny iourney.
Whan a man commeth home or is at his sourness ende.
For Kinges, Princes and Rulars.
For all teachers and preachers of the moost holy word of God.
For all them which lye in the exte me panges of death, or otherwise.
For all women bound with the lor∣des bandes.
For all parsons generally.
For the Cytie or towne where in thou dwellest.
For all frutes of the earth.
A generall confession.
The oracion of Iob in his most gre∣uous aduersitie and losse of goodes.
Prayer in prosperite.
The maner or saying grace after the doctrine of holy scripture.
Grace afore meate.
Grace afore meate.
Grace afore meate.
Grace afore meate.
Grace after meate.
Grace after meate.
Grace after meate.
Grace after meate.
Grace after meate.
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