4 edition of A newe dialogue vvherin is conteyned the examinatio[n] of the messe found in the catalog.
Published 1548 by Administrator in By [E. Whitchurch for] Jhon Day and William Seres ..
By William Turner.Parts of quire E and all of F and G are from the same typesetting, reimposed, as STC 24361.5. E8r line 5 ends Messe while 24361.5 has erroneous Masse or. At the bottom of A1v are 5 lines of type from D7v intended as bearers but printed by mistake--STC.Printers name and suggested publication date from STC.At foot of title page: Cum gratia & priuilegio ad imprimendum solum.Signatures: A-G.Imperfect as filmed; very dark, impossible to read imprint.Reproduction of the original in the British Library.STC (2nd ed.) 24362.Available electronically as part of Early English books online.Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI, 1942. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (Early English books, 1475-1640 ; 155:16).
|Statement||By [E. Whitchurch for] Jhon Day and William Seres ..|
|Publishers||By [E. Whitchurch for] Jhon Day and William Seres ..|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 98 p. :|
|Number of Pages||52|
|2||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 155:16.|
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Hereunto is also added a short discourse, containing the most certen meanes ordained of God, to discouer, expell, and to confound all the Sathanicall inuentions of witchcraft and sorcerie. VVherein is plainly laide open, the tyrannicall dealing of l. Printer's name and suggested publication date from STC. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. Other Titles Newe dialogue wherin is conteyned the examination of the messe, Newe dialogue wherin is conteyned the examination of the messe.
An edition of 1548 A new dialogue vvherin is conteyned the examinatio[n] of the messe and of that kynde of priesthode, whych is ordeined to saye messe: and to offer vp for remyssyon of synne, the body and bloud of Christe agayne. [Londini : In aedibus Thomae Bertheleti typis impress. [[London] : Joh[ann]es rastell me fieri fecit, [ca. At London : Printed by Robert Walde-graue, 1584.
Imagine holding history in your hands. [A dialogue of diuerse quections [sic] demanded of the children to their father very necessary, and profitable both for children, and parents, masters and seruants. E8r line 5 ends "Messe" while 24361.
We also get insights into a clergy that was growing ever more powerful as a political force.