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Author Henry VIII, King of England, 1491-1547.
Uniform Title Ad carolum Cesarem Augustum epistola. English
Title An epistle of the most myghty and redouted Prynce Henry the .viii. by the grace of God Kynge of Englande and of Fraunce, lorde of Irlande, defender of the faith, and supreme heed of the Churche of Englande, : nexte vnder Christe, wrytten to the Emperours Maiestie, to all Christen princes, and to all those that trewly and syncerely professe Christes religion. In this epistle bothe the causes are playnely declared, why the Kynges hyghenes owght neyther to sende nor go to the councill indicted at Vincence, and also how perylouse a thinge it is for all suche as professe the trewe doctrine of Christ, to come thether. Hereunto also is annexed the protestation made the last yere by the Kynges hyghenes, his holle counsayle and clergye, as touchinge the councille indicted at Mantua [et]c. Rede bothe o Christen reader, truthe is comynge home, longe afore beynge in captyuytye, steppe forth and meete her by the waye: yf thou see her presente, embrace hir, and shewe thy selfe gladde of her retourne.
Publication Info Londini : In Aedibus Thomae Bertheleti Regii Impressoris. Excus., Anno. M. D. XXXVIII. [1538]



Descript [20] p.
Note Imprint taken from colophon.
At end of text: "Gyuen at London oute of our palace at Westmynster, the eyght of Aprylle, the nyne and twentye yere of oure reygne."
At foot of colophon: "Cum Priuilegio".
Signatures: A⁸ B⁴(-B4).
Reproduction of original in: Folger Shakespeare Library.
With: Bound and filmed with STC 13090: A protestation made for the most mighty and moste redoubted kynge of Englande. [Et]c. and his hole counsell and clergie, wherin is declared, that neyther his hyghenes, nor his prelates, neyther any other prynce, or prelate, is bounde to come or sende, to the pretended councell, that Paule byshoppe of Rome, first by a bul indicted at Mantua, a citie in Italy, [and] nowe a late by an other bull, hath proroged to a place, no man can telle where ... Londini : In Aedibus Thomae Berthelieti Regii Impres., An. M. D .XXXVII. [1537].
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Author Henry VIII, King of England, 1491-1547.
Series Early English books online.
Subject Paul III, Pope, 1468-1549
Henry VIII, King of England, 1491-1547
Reformation -- England -- Early works to 1800.
Great Britain -- Church -- 16th century -- Early works to 1800.
Descript [20] p.
Note Imprint taken from colophon.
At end of text: "Gyuen at London oute of our palace at Westmynster, the eyght of Aprylle, the nyne and twentye yere of oure reygne."
At foot of colophon: "Cum Priuilegio".
Signatures: A⁸ B⁴(-B4).
Reproduction of original in: Folger Shakespeare Library.
With: Bound and filmed with STC 13090: A protestation made for the most mighty and moste redoubted kynge of Englande. [Et]c. and his hole counsell and clergie, wherin is declared, that neyther his hyghenes, nor his prelates, neyther any other prynce, or prelate, is bounde to come or sende, to the pretended councell, that Paule byshoppe of Rome, first by a bul indicted at Mantua, a citie in Italy, [and] nowe a late by an other bull, hath proroged to a place, no man can telle where ... Londini : In Aedibus Thomae Berthelieti Regii Impres., An. M. D .XXXVII. [1537].
Author Henry VIII, King of England, 1491-1547.
Series Early English books online.
Subject Paul III, Pope, 1468-1549
Henry VIII, King of England, 1491-1547
Reformation -- England -- Early works to 1800.
Great Britain -- Church -- 16th century -- Early works to 1800.

Subject Paul III, Pope, 1468-1549
Henry VIII, King of England, 1491-1547
Reformation -- England -- Early works to 1800.
Great Britain -- Church -- 16th century -- Early works to 1800.
Descript [20] p.
Note Imprint taken from colophon.
At end of text: "Gyuen at London oute of our palace at Westmynster, the eyght of Aprylle, the nyne and twentye yere of oure reygne."
At foot of colophon: "Cum Priuilegio".
Signatures: A⁸ B⁴(-B4).
Reproduction of original in: Folger Shakespeare Library.
With: Bound and filmed with STC 13090: A protestation made for the most mighty and moste redoubted kynge of Englande. [Et]c. and his hole counsell and clergie, wherin is declared, that neyther his hyghenes, nor his prelates, neyther any other prynce, or prelate, is bounde to come or sende, to the pretended councell, that Paule byshoppe of Rome, first by a bul indicted at Mantua, a citie in Italy, [and] nowe a late by an other bull, hath proroged to a place, no man can telle where ... Londini : In Aedibus Thomae Berthelieti Regii Impres., An. M. D .XXXVII. [1537].

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