|Title:||A declaracion of the state, wherin all heretikes dooe leade their liues and also of their continuall indeuer, and propre fruictes, which beginneth in the. 38. chapiter, and so to thende of the woorke. By Iohn Gwynnethe clerke.|
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A declaracion of the state, wherin all heretikes dooe leade their liues and also of their continuall indeuer, and propre fruictes, which beginneth in the. 38. chapiter, and so to thende of the woorke. By Iohn Gwynnethe clerke.
Londini: [In Fletestrete in the hous of Thomas Berthelet], 1554.
|Alternate titles:||Confutacyon of the fyrst parte of Frythes boke Confutacyon of the fyrst parte of Frythes boke. Declaration of an heretike. Declaracion of the state, wherin all heretikes dooe leade their lives.|
A reply to: Frith, John. A boke made by John Frith prisoner in the tower of London.
Printer's name from colophon.
A revised and enlarged edition of: The confutacyon of the fyrst parte of Frythes boke.
The leaf between 12 and 13 is numbered 6.
Running title reads: A declaration of an heretike.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Frith, John, -- 1503-1533. -- Boke made by John Frith prisoner in the tower of London.
Heretics, Christian -- Early works to 1800.
To the readers.
The argumentes of the chapters.
¶An introduction of the matter. Cap. 1.
Fautes escaped in the printyng.