A book of Christian exercise, appertaining to resolution that is, shewing how that wee shoulde resolue our selues to become Christians indeed. By R.P. ... to pacification. By Edm. Bunny. (1586)
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A book of Christian exercise, appertaining to resolution that is, shewing how that wee shoulde resolue our selues to become Christians indeed. By R.P. Perused, and accompanied now with a tretise tending to pacification. By Edm. Bunny.
Booke of Christian exercise. Part 1.
Treatise tending to pacification.
Bunny, Edmund, 1540-1619.
Parsons, Robert, 1546-1610.
R.P. = Robert Parsons. A Protestant adaptation, with an added treatise, by Edmund Bunny, of: Parsons, Robert. The first booke of the Christian exercise. Parsons' work was revised and enlarged in 1585 as: A Christian directory.
A piracy printed by John Windet (STC).
'A treatise tending to pacification' has separate divisional title and pagination: register is continuous.
The table is printed on two leaves intented to be pasted together.
'Treatise tending to pacification' identified as STC 4095 on UMI microfilm reel 1341.
Each part filmed separately: part 1 on reel 1902: part 2 on reel 1341.
, 381, , 108,  p., folded table
Imprinted at London : [By John Windet], 1586.
STC (2nd ed.) / 19363
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