|Author:||Zwingli, Ulrich, 1484-1531.|
|Title:||The ymage of both pastoures sette forth by that mooste famouse clerck, Huldrych zwinglius ; [and] now tra[n]slated out of Latin into Englishe, By John Veron Sinonoys. A most fruitefull [and] necessary boke, to be had [and] redde in all churches, ther wyth to enarme all symple [and] ignorant folkes, agaynst the raueninge wolues and false prophetes.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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The ymage of both pastoures sette forth by that mooste famouse clerck, Huldrych zwinglius ; [and] now tra[n]slated out of Latin into Englishe, By John Veron Sinonoys. A most fruitefull [and] necessary boke, to be had [and] redde in all churches, ther wyth to enarme all symple [and] ignorant folkes, agaynst the raueninge wolues and false prophetes.
Zwingli, Ulrich, 1484-1531., Véron, John, d. 1563.
Imprinted at London: By William Seris [and] Rycharde Kele, dwelling in Lombard ... at thee sygne of the Egle., M. D. L. 
|Alternate titles:||Von dem predig ampt. English|
Pastoral theology -- Early works to 1800.
Clergy -- Early works to 1800.
Reformation -- Switzerland -- Sources -- Early works to 1800.
Actu. xx. Chap.
Math vii. Chap.
¶To the Most mighty Prince Edwarde, Duke of Somerset, Earle of Harforde, Vycount of Beaw Champe, & Vncle to our most souerayn Lord the King. Iohn Veron wysheth peace & grace, health of soule & body, & encreace of diuine knowledge, and godly honour, frō God the fa∣ther, through our Lorde & sauiour Iesus Christ.
The Image of both Pastours, or ministers set forth by that famouse Clerck Hul∣driche zwinglius, and now translated out of Latyn into Englisshe by Iohn Vtron Seuonoys.
¶Of false Pastours / & vnpreachinge Prelates.
¶ The Epilogus or Conclusyon.
¶ Of the me∣tynge of Mayster Iohn Hoo∣per Bysshop of Gloceter, & of Maiester Doctoure Cole, quondā chaunceler of Londō, and now Wardeyn of the new college in Oxeforde.
¶Fautes escaped by the Printer.