Ecclesiastical Biography; or, Lives of Eminent Men, Connected With the History of Religion in England; From the Commencement of the Reformation to the Revolution; Selected and Illustrated With Notes
by Wordsworth, Christopher:
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County Leitrim, Ireland
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Third edition. With a large introduction, some new lives, and many additional notes. In Four Volumes. Vol I only. xxviii, 646 pp. Contents Vol I: The British Church and the Anglican, King Henry II, King John, Pope Innocent the Third, Papal Usurpations, John Wickliffe, William Thorpe, Lord Cobham, Dean Colet & Cardinal Wolsey. Text spotless throughout. Bound in full tan leather boards with gilt decoration in panels on spine. Spine labels missing but blindstamp lettering clear. Marbled eps and edges. Gilt tooling to board edges. Corners lightly rubbed. Overall condition VG.
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- Ecclesiastical Biography; or, Lives of Eminent Men, Connected With the History of Religion in England; From the Commencement of the Reformation to the Revolution; Selected and Illustrated With Notes
- Wordsworth, Christopher:
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- London: J.G. & F. Rivington, 1839.
- Religious, Reformation, King Henry II, William Thorpe, Lord Cobham, Cardinal Wolsey, Church History
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