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ful poems, 8 leaves. Between pp. 1138-9, is, he apologises for his writings against Tindall, a leaf containing a letter of Sir Tho. More's Barns, &c. and the last 40 are pointed against ' to the Christian Reader' respecting the prin- a treatise intitled the Pacifier of the Diviter's faults—which leaf is frequently wanting. sion between the Spirituality & the TemSee Oldys' British Librarian, 194-7. porality.
The Answer to the first part of the poySergeant and Frere. London by Julyan soned Booke whyche a nameless Heretike Notary.
(W. Tindall) hath named the Supper of the The Supplycacyon of Soulys against the Lord. By Sir Thomas More Knight. Anno Supplicacyon of Beggars. (London by W. 1533. after he had geuen ouer the Offyce of Rastell). folio. Inglis, 1015, 31. 15s. Sir Lorde Chauncellour of Englande. By W. M. M. Sykes, pt. ii. 413, with More's Dia- Rastell, 1534. 8vo. Contains folio cclxxxii, logue of Martyrs, 1530, 41. 16s. This besides the preface and a table of. The fautes volume contains xliii leaves. At the end, escaped in the prentynge of thys booke.' In"Cum priuilegio' and 'The fawtes escaped in glis, 1044, 6s. Sotheby's in 1824, 16s. the pryntyng. The last page is blank. Utopia, written in Latine by Syr Thomas
A Dyaloge of Syr Thomas More Knyghte: More Knyght, and translated into Englyshc wherin he treatyd divers Matters, as of the by Raphe Robynson, Citizein and GoldVeneration & Worshyp of Ymagys & Rely- smythe of London, at the Procurement, and ques, prayyng to Sayntys, and goyng on earnest Request of George Tadlowe, CitePylgrymage, wyth many othere Thyngys zein and Haberdassher of the same Citie. touchyng the pestylent Sect of Luther and London, by Abraham Vele, 1551. 8vo. Tyndale, by the tone bygone in Saxony, and A-S iv. Saunders' in 1818, russia, 31. 3s. by the tother laboryd to be brought in to Bindley, pt. ii. 1970, 11. 1s. Towneley, pt. i. England. Lond. (by John Rastell), 1529. fol. 485, 31. 5s. 1556. 16mo. A-S, in Inglis, 1016, morocco, 31. 18s. The volume eights. Nassau, pt. i. 2304, 11s. Reed, contains fo. C.xxvi. 1530. folio. Mar- 2637, 12s. Bindley, pt. ii. 1971, 11. ls. quis of Townshend, 2441, 21. 2s. Inglis, Saunders' in 1818, 21. 10s. 1597. 4to. 1017, 31. This edition, printed in long lines, Contains sign. T. 1624. 4to. Bindley, contains 154 leaves, besides a table, which pt. iii. 359, 5s. Gordonstoun, 1581, 4s. 64. commences on the back of the title page. On A very incorrect edition, dedicated to Crethe last leaf are · The fawtes escaped in the sacre More of More Place in North Mimes. pryntyge.'
1639. 12mo. A very erroneous edition. The Confutacyon of Tyndales Answere. In the title-page is a portrait of More by Lond. by Wyllyam Rastell, 1532. folio. 21. 2s. Marshall. Hibbert, 5529, 2s. 68. - - A new Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. ii. 414, 41. 6s. This Edition, with copious Notes, and a biograwork is paged in numerals, and contains phical and literary Introduction by the Rev. canvi folios, also a preface, consisting of T. F. Dibdin, D.D. London, 1808. crown 37 pages, and a leaf at the end with • The 8vo. 2 vols. with a portrait of More. LARGE fawtes escaped in the pryntynge' amended. PAPER, in 4to.--copes printed, with an extra
The second Parte of the Confutacion of plate of the family of More, in outline.Tyndals Answere in which is also confuted Bindley, pt. iii. 360, 16s. Goldsmid, 542, the Chyrche that Tyndale deuyseth and the 21. 5s. Hibbert, 5610, russia, 11. 178. StretChyrche also that Frere Barns deuyseth, tell, 1248, 11. 5s. Roscoe, 1575, morocco, made by Syr Thomas More Knyght. Lond. 21. 11s. Brockett, 2268, 11. 2s. Sir M. M. by Wyllyam Rastell, 1533. folio. This Sykes, pt. ii. 526, 11. 7s. second part contains from book the fourth Utopia, translated into English by Gilbert to book the ninth inclusive. A copy is in Burnet, Bishop of Salisbury. London, 1684. the British Museum.
8vo. First edition. Oxford, 1751. 8vo. The Debellacyon of Salem and Byzance. To this edition is added a short account of Printed by W. Rastell, 1533. 16mo.
Rox- Sir Thomas More's life and trial, and a prayer burghe, 564, 11. 2s. Inglis, 1043, 21. 9s. made by him when he was a prisoner in ihe The work, preceded by a preface, begins on
London, 1808. small 8vo. A fol. viri and is divided into two parts. The neat edition, to which is prefixed a life of first has xuji chapters and ends on fol. ciiii ; the author. the second begins with the fifteenth chapter A Dialoge of Comfort against Tribulaand a fresh set of signatures and nume
cion. Lond. by Richarde Tottel, 1553. 4to. Tals, and concludes the xxi chapter on X 4, in eights. — Newly set forthe, with many fol
. clxxiii. • The fautes escaped in prynt- Places restored and corrected by Conference ynge' occupy two leaves.
of sundrie Copies. Antwerp, 1573. 16mo. The Apologye of Syr Thomas More Dedicated by the printer, John Fowler, to Koyght, made by him Anno 1533, after he the · Ladie Jane, Duchesse of Feria. In had geven ouer Thoffice of Lord Chancellour this edition will be found a portrait of More, Englande. Prynted by W. Rastell, 1533. unknown to Granger or Bromley. Bindley, Ibmo. This volume contains 290 leaves, and pt. ii. 1817, 1l. Is. Lloyd, 875, 10s. 6d. consists of 50 chapters. In the former 10 Inglis, 1047, 11s.-Ant. 1574. Lloyd, 876,
185.-Ant. 1578. Towneley, pt. i. 486, Thomas, de Eschallers de with a portrait of More, 21. 12s. 6d. A Treatice to receaue the blessed Body tian, or the Saint's Utopia.
la. The English Catholike Chris
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madman. It is dedicated to K. Charles I. The Historie of the pittiful Life and un MOREAU, Simeon. A Tour to fortunate Death of King Edward V. and the the Royal Spa at Cheltenham: or Duke of York, his Brother. Edited by W.
elle: Gloucestershire displayed. Bath, Sheares. London, 1641. 12mo. An elegant history. The volume consists of 461 1797. 12mo. pages, with two portraits, dedicated to Sir Pp. 208, and three plates. The first ediJohn Lenthall, Knt. There are two title- tion appeared in 1783. pages to the volume, the first · The Historie Morehead, William. Lachrymæ, &c. of Edward the V.' The other, .The sive Valedictio Scotiæ sub Distragicall Historie, &c. of Richard the III.' Roxburghe, 8394, 21. 2s. Towneley, pt. i. cessum D. Georgii Monachi in An487, 21. 5s. Grave, 239, 12s. Dent, pt. i. glia revocati. Lond. 1660. 4to. 1448 & 9, russia, 19s. & 11. ls. More's In Latin and English, consisting of eight Life of Edward and Richard, with a conti- sheets and a half. nuation from Hall and Holinshed's Chroni MOREL, William. Verborvm Lacles, will be found in the first volume of tinorym cum Græcis Anglicisqve Kennet's History of England. The History of Richard III. Chiswick,
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