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Assertio Septem Sacramentorum: Or, An Assertion of the Seven Sacraments, Against Martin Luther; By Henry the VIII. Of England, France, & Ireland, King. To which is adjoyn’d his Epistle to the Pope; Mr. John Clark’s Oration; And the Pope’s Answer thereunto. As also, The Pope’s Bull, by which His Holiness was pleas’d to bestow upon K. Henry. VIII. (for Composing this Book,) That most Illustrious, Splended, and most Christian-like Title of Defender of the Faith.

1687

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Assertio Septem Sacramentorum: Or, An Assertion of the Seven Sacraments, Against Martin Luther; By Henry the VIII. Of England, France, & Ireland, King. To which is adjoyn’d his Epistle to the Pope; Mr. John Clark’s Oration; And the Pope’s Answer thereunto. As also, The Pope’s Bull, by which His Holiness was pleas’d to bestow upon K. Henry. VIII. (for Composing this Book,) That most Illustrious, Splended, and most Christian-like Title of Defender of the Faith.

Title-page Attribution: Faithfully Translated into English by T[homas].W[ebster]. Gent.
A translation by Thomas Webster of Henry VIII’s Assertio septem sacramentorum (1521)
Other Copies: 31

1687

Auteur: Henry VIII
Titre: Assertio Septem Sacramentorum: Or, An Assertion of the Seven Sacraments, Against Martin Luther; By Henry the VIII. Of England, France, & Ireland, King. To which is adjoyn’d his Epistle to the Pope; Mr. John Clark’s Oration; And the Pope’s Answer thereunto. As also, The Pope’s Bull, by which His Holiness was pleas’d to bestow upon K. Henry. VIII. (for Composing this Book,) That most Illustrious, Splended, and most Christian-like Title of Defender of the Faith.
Lieu d'édition: London
Editeur: Published by Authority. Printed by Nath. Thompson at the Entrance into the Old-Spring-Garden near Charing-Cross.
Date: 1687
Langue: English
Nombre de scans: 184
Type: Print
Code barre: 1072068131
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