Institutions of Christian religion [electronic resource] : framed out of Gods word, and the writings of the best diuines, methodically handled by questions and answers, fit for all such as desire to know, or practise the will of God. Written in Latin by William Bucanus Professor of Diuinitie in the Vniuersitie of Lausanna. And published in English by Robert Hill, Bachelor in Diuinitie, and Fellow of Saint Iohns Colledge in Cambridge, for the benefit of our English nation, to which is added in the end the practise of papists against Protestant princes.

Bucanus, Guillaume [Browse]
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Printed at London : By George Snowdon, and Leonell Snowdon [, and R. Field], 1606.
[16], 587, 590-649, 670-925, [1], 837-908 p.


Summary note
  • Translation of: Institutiones theologicae.
  • "Field pr[inted]. quires B-I, including the bifolium I3,6 w. I3r headline: "The twelfth Place." .. The Snowdons pr[inted]. the rest and cancel I3,6 w. I3r headline: "Of Mariage." .. Some other sheets and bifolia are in 2 settings, both pr[inted]. by the Snowdons .."--STC.
  • Verso of p. 925 numbered 931.
  • Folger Library copy identified as STC 3961a on UMI microfilm.
  • Reproduction of the originals in the Folger Shakespeare Library and Cambridge University Library.
  • Appears at reel 646 (Folger Shakespeare Library copy) and at reel 704 (Cambridge University Library copy).
STC (2nd ed.) 3961.
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