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A miscellany of great merit, by ThoThe Rosarie of Christian Praiers and Warton, Smart, Bonnel Thornton, Geo. Col. Meditations for diuers Purposes, and also at man and Dr. Sam. Johnson. Bishop of Ely, diuers Times, as well of the Day as of the 879, 6s. Vol. I. consists of 9 numbers, and Night, by Phill. Stubbes. London, by lohn a supplement; Vol. II. of 10 numbers. The Charlewood, 1583. 16mo.
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A Christiall Glasse for Christian Women, mous Historye of the Life and Death contaying a Discourse of the godly Life and of Captaine Thomas Stukeley. With christian Death of Mistris Katherine Stubs, his Marriage to Alderman Curteis who departed this Life at Burton on Trent, Daughter, and valiant Ending of his 14 Dec. London by Rich. Ihones 1592.
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