The Popes Funerall Containing A Plaine, Succinct, And Pithy Reply, To A Pretensed Answere Of A Shamelesse And Foolish Libell, Intituled, The Forerunner Of Bels Downfall. (1605)by Thomas Bell
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The Popes funerall Containing a plaine, succinct, and pithy reply, to a pretensed answere of a shamelesse and foolish libell, intituled, The forerunner of Bels downfall.
Fore-runner of Bels downefall.
Bell, Thomas, fl. 1593-1610.
Dedication signed: Tho. Bels, i.e. Thomas Bell.
A reply to: Woodward, Philip. The fore-runner of Bels downefall.
Signatures: A4 *2 B-F4; A-I4; 2A4.
The first leaf is blank.
In two books, the second with separate register.
The last four leaves contain "A caueat, or Christian admonition to the reader", a reply to the second edition of Woodward's "The fore-runner of Bels downefall".
In book 2, Stafford printed quires A-F, Purfoot G-I (STC).
"A fresh larum or new challenge", leaves I2-4, was given separate entry 1821 in STC (1st ed).
Book 2 identified as STC 1821 on UMI microfilm reel 1195.
Appears at reel 828 (Cambridge University Library copy) and at reel 1195 (Emmanuel College (University of Cambridge copy).
London : Printed by T[homas] C[reede] [, S. Stafford, and T. Purfoot] for William Welby, and are to be sold at his shop in Paules Church-yard, at the signe of the Grayhound, 1605.
STC (2nd ed.) / 1825
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