The Resource Englands vvarning by Germanies vvoe: or, An historicall narration, of the originall, progresse, tenets, names, and severall sects of the Anabaptists, in Germany, and the Low Countries: : continued for about one hundred and twenty years, from anno 1521. (which was the time of their first rise,) untill these dayes. VVherein is set forth their severall errors dangerous, and very destructive to the peace both of church and state: the way and manner of their spreading them: the many great commotions: (yea, to the effusion of much blood,) which they occasioned in those parts, by their opposition to, and resistance of the civill magistrates; and what course was there taken for the suppressing them., By Frederick Spanhemius, Doctor, and Professour of Divinity, in the Vniversity of Leyden in Holland. Published according to order

Englands vvarning by Germanies vvoe: or, An historicall narration, of the originall, progresse, tenets, names, and severall sects of the Anabaptists, in Germany, and the Low Countries: : continued for about one hundred and twenty years, from anno 1521. (which was the time of their first rise,) untill these dayes. VVherein is set forth their severall errors dangerous, and very destructive to the peace both of church and state: the way and manner of their spreading them: the many great commotions: (yea, to the effusion of much blood,) which they occasioned in those parts, by their opposition to, and resistance of the civill magistrates; and what course was there taken for the suppressing them., By Frederick Spanhemius, Doctor, and Professour of Divinity, in the Vniversity of Leyden in Holland. Published according to order

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Englands vvarning by Germanies vvoe: or, An historicall narration, of the originall, progresse, tenets, names, and severall sects of the Anabaptists, in Germany, and the Low Countries: : continued for about one hundred and twenty years, from anno 1521. (which was the time of their first rise,) untill these dayes. VVherein is set forth their severall errors dangerous, and very destructive to the peace both of church and state: the way and manner of their spreading them: the many great commotions: (yea, to the effusion of much blood,) which they occasioned in those parts, by their opposition to, and resistance of the civill magistrates; and what course was there taken for the suppressing them.
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Englands vvarning by Germanies vvoe: or, An historicall narration, of the originall, progresse, tenets, names, and severall sects of the Anabaptists, in Germany, and the Low Countries:
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continued for about one hundred and twenty years, from anno 1521. (which was the time of their first rise,) untill these dayes. VVherein is set forth their severall errors dangerous, and very destructive to the peace both of church and state: the way and manner of their spreading them: the many great commotions: (yea, to the effusion of much blood,) which they occasioned in those parts, by their opposition to, and resistance of the civill magistrates; and what course was there taken for the suppressing them.
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By Frederick Spanhemius, Doctor, and Professour of Divinity, in the Vniversity of Leyden in Holland. Published according to order
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  • Englands warning by Germanies woe
  • Historicall narration, of the originall, progresse, tenets, names, and severall sects of the Anabaptists, in Germany, and the Low Countries
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eng
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CU-RivES
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  • R201224
  • S4798
  • E.362[28]
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  • ESTC
  • Wing (CD-ROM, 1996)
  • Thomason
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Englands vvarning by Germanies vvoe: or, An historicall narration, of the originall, progresse, tenets, names, and severall sects of the Anabaptists, in Germany, and the Low Countries: : continued for about one hundred and twenty years, from anno 1521. (which was the time of their first rise,) untill these dayes. VVherein is set forth their severall errors dangerous, and very destructive to the peace both of church and state: the way and manner of their spreading them: the many great commotions: (yea, to the effusion of much blood,) which they occasioned in those parts, by their opposition to, and resistance of the civill magistrates; and what course was there taken for the suppressing them., By Frederick Spanhemius, Doctor, and Professour of Divinity, in the Vniversity of Leyden in Holland. Published according to order
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  • Singatures: A-F4 G2
  • Title-page with ornamental border
  • With printed marginalia
  • Annotation on Thomason copy: "Nou: 23"
  • McAlpin Catalogue reports "Woe" rather than "vvoe"
  • Page 37 misnumbered 36
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006108123
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4° (19 cm)
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[2], 50 pages
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  • In ink on inside front cover "Knowsley Front Library Cupboard 4. Shelf 2. No.7", and possible early shelfmark in pencil "131.C".
  • Manuscript inscription on front endpaper -- "Francis Tyton, p2(?)r: 5s". Tyton was a bookseller in London, active 1649-67 -- Plomer, H. Dict. of the booksellers and printers.
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Englands vvarning by Germanies vvoe: or, An historicall narration, of the originall, progresse, tenets, names, and severall sects of the Anabaptists, in Germany, and the Low Countries: : continued for about one hundred and twenty years, from anno 1521. (which was the time of their first rise,) untill these dayes. VVherein is set forth their severall errors dangerous, and very destructive to the peace both of church and state: the way and manner of their spreading them: the many great commotions: (yea, to the effusion of much blood,) which they occasioned in those parts, by their opposition to, and resistance of the civill magistrates; and what course was there taken for the suppressing them., By Frederick Spanhemius, Doctor, and Professour of Divinity, in the Vniversity of Leyden in Holland. Published according to order
Publication
Note
  • Singatures: A-F4 G2
  • Title-page with ornamental border
  • With printed marginalia
  • Annotation on Thomason copy: "Nou: 23"
  • McAlpin Catalogue reports "Woe" rather than "vvoe"
  • Page 37 misnumbered 36
Control code
006108123
Dimensions
4° (19 cm)
Extent
[2], 50 pages
Ownership
  • In ink on inside front cover "Knowsley Front Library Cupboard 4. Shelf 2. No.7", and possible early shelfmark in pencil "131.C".
  • Manuscript inscription on front endpaper -- "Francis Tyton, p2(?)r: 5s". Tyton was a bookseller in London, active 1649-67 -- Plomer, H. Dict. of the booksellers and printers.

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