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Here begynneth a lytell boke, that speketh of purgatorye
by Imprynted by me Robert wyer, dwellynge at the sygne of saynt Iohan Euangelyste, in saynt Martyns parysshe in the felde, in the byshop of Norwytche rentes, besyde Charynge Crosse in [[London]
Written in English
|Genre||Early works to 1800., Poetry.|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 132:8.|
|Contributions||Rolle, Richard, of Hampole, 1290?-1349 attributed name.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||40|
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Here begynneth a lytell boke, that speketh of purgatorye [microform]: [et] what purgatorye is [et] in what place, and of the paynes that be therin, and whiche soules do abyde therin tyll they be pourged of synne, and whiche. Get this from a library. Here begynneth a lytell boke, that speketh of purgatorye: [et] what purgatorye is [et] in what place, and of the paynes that be therin, and whiche soules do abyde therin tyll they be pourged of synne, and whiche abyde not there.
[Richard Rolle;]. sibly be identical with a book bearing the title "Here begynneth a lytell boke that speketh of Purgatorye" and listed under No. in the Short-Title Catalogue as an anonymous work printed in Lon-don by Robert Wyer about Dr.
Doyle was unable to confirm his suspicions himself, for the only copy of the book known to be. Here begynneth a lytell boke, that speketh of purgatorye: [et] what purgatorye is [et] in what place, and of the paynes that be therin, and whiche soules do abyde therin tyll they be pourged of synne, and whiche abyde not there.
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34 ROBEBT WYER. — Boke of Purgatory, nJ. 4to. Description: [^Title] Here begynneth a lytell boke, that fpeaketh of purgatorye: and what purgatory is, and of the pains that be therein, and whiche fouls do abyde therein tyll they be purged of synne, and whiche abide not there.
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Dr Marshall demonstrates not only that the dead can be regarded as a. Here begynneth a dialogue betwene the comen secretary and Ielowsy touchynge the vnstablenes of harlottes. EEBO-TCP.
Anonymous. Here begynneth a lytel treatyse called the Dysputacyon or co[m]playnt of the herte thorughe perced with the lokynge of the eye. EEBO-TCP. Anonymous. Here begynneth a lytell boke, that speketh of purgatorye.PDF | This essay by Brenda M.
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