The lay folks' catechism, or, The English and Latin versions of Archbishop Thoresby's Instruction for the people : together with a Wycliffite adaptation of the same, and the corresponding canons of the Council of Lambeth / with introduction, notes, glossary, and index, by the late Thomas Frederick Simmons, M.A., Canon of York, and Rector of Dalton Holme, and Henry Edward Nolloth, D.D., Vicar of Beverley Minster, and Canon of York.

Author
Thoresby, John, -1373 [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
  • English
  • Middle English (1100-1500)
  • Latin
  • Ancient Greek (to 1453)
Published/​Created
London : Published for the Early English Text Society by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., 1901.
Description
xxxix, 137 pages ; 23 cm

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Series
  • Early English Text Society (Series). Original series ; no. 118. [More in this series]
  • Early English Text Society. Original series ; No. 118
Notes
The English version of Thoresby's Instruction is in rude verse, by John de Taystek. It is really a very wide expansion of the original text, which followed the Constitutions of Archbishop Peckham (Lambeth canons IX-XIII) The Wycliffite version is probably by Wycliffe himself. cf. Introd.
Bibliographic references
"List of works bearing upon catechisms": p. xxxviii-xxxix.
Other title(s)
  • English and Latin versions of Archbishop Thoresby's Instruction for the people
  • Instruction for the people
  • Instructions for the people
  • Catechism
  • Lay folk's catechism
Signature title
  • L.F. Catechism
LCCN
01020605
OCLC
360338
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