In Die Innocencium Sermo Pro Episcopo Puerorum (1498)by John Alcock
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In die Innocencium sermo pro episcopo puerorum
Alcock, John, 1430-1500.
By John Alcock.
Place of publication supplied and publication date conjectured by STC; Wynkyn de Worde's mark on b5v.
"Sequunt[ur] indulgencie quas papa Ioha[n]nes. xxij. concessit omnibus vere confessis et contritis ..", B4v-5v.
The last leaf bears a crucifixion scene.
 p. :
[Westminster : Printed by Wynkyn de Worde, 1498?]
GW 850. /
STC (2nd ed.) / 283
English Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery
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