The Resource A godly medytacyon of the Christen sowle, concerninge a loue towardes God and hys Christe, compyled in Frenche by Lady Margarete Quene of Nauerre, and aptely translated into Englysh by the Ryght Vertuouse Lady Elyzabeth doughter to our late souerayne Kynge Henri the viij

A godly medytacyon of the Christen sowle, concerninge a loue towardes God and hys Christe, compyled in Frenche by Lady Margarete Quene of Nauerre, and aptely translated into Englysh by the Ryght Vertuouse Lady Elyzabeth doughter to our late souerayne Kynge Henri the viij

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A godly medytacyon of the Christen sowle, concerninge a loue towardes God and hys Christe
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A godly medytacyon of the Christen sowle, concerninge a loue towardes God and hys Christe
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compyled in Frenche by Lady Margarete Quene of Nauerre, and aptely translated into Englysh by the Ryght Vertuouse Lady Elyzabeth doughter to our late souerayne Kynge Henri the viij
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Godly meditation of the Christian sould concerning a love towards God and his Christ
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eng
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MH-H
Citation location within source
  • S111990
  • 17320
Citation source
  • English short title catalogue
  • Pollard, A.W. Short-title catalogue of books printed in England, Scotland, & Ireland and of English books printed abroad, 1475-1640 (2nd ed.)
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1492-1549
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Marguerite
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • 1495-1563
  • -1555
  • 1533-1603
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  • Bale, John
  • Straten, Derick van der
  • Elizabeth
  • Inglis
  • Pratt, W.
  • Bernard Quaritch (Firm)
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A godly medytacyon of the Christen sowle, concerninge a loue towardes God and hys Christe, compyled in Frenche by Lady Margarete Quene of Nauerre, and aptely translated into Englysh by the Ryght Vertuouse Lady Elyzabeth doughter to our late souerayne Kynge Henri the viij
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  • Place of publication and printer's name from STC; publication date from colophon
  • "Epystle dedycatory" and "Conclusion" by John Bale
  • Signatures: A-F́ı
Extent
1 online resource (47, [1] leaves)
Form of item
online
Note
Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy bound by Pratt in brown goatskin panelled and tooled in gilt. The spine is panelled and tooled in gilt. The bookplate of C. Inglis, M.D. (here conjectured to be Cornelius Inglis (b. 1824)) is present on the front pastedown, along with two unidentified bookplates. A bibliographical inscription is present on the recto of the front free endpaper. Three 20th-century dealer descriptions are pasted onto the verso of the free endpaper at back, along with a three-line section of text apparently excised from an early printed description of the birth of Elizabeth I. A monogrammed woodcut is pasted to the rear pastedown.
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remote
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A godly medytacyon of the Christen sowle, concerninge a loue towardes God and hys Christe, compyled in Frenche by Lady Margarete Quene of Nauerre, and aptely translated into Englysh by the Ryght Vertuouse Lady Elyzabeth doughter to our late souerayne Kynge Henri the viij
Link
Publication
Note
  • Place of publication and printer's name from STC; publication date from colophon
  • "Epystle dedycatory" and "Conclusion" by John Bale
  • Signatures: A-F́ı
Extent
1 online resource (47, [1] leaves)
Form of item
online
Note
Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy bound by Pratt in brown goatskin panelled and tooled in gilt. The spine is panelled and tooled in gilt. The bookplate of C. Inglis, M.D. (here conjectured to be Cornelius Inglis (b. 1824)) is present on the front pastedown, along with two unidentified bookplates. A bibliographical inscription is present on the recto of the front free endpaper. Three 20th-century dealer descriptions are pasted onto the verso of the free endpaper at back, along with a three-line section of text apparently excised from an early printed description of the birth of Elizabeth I. A monogrammed woodcut is pasted to the rear pastedown.
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remote

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