Obedience Of A Christian Man And How Christian Rulers Ought To Govern
Obedience Of A Christian Man And How Christian Rulers Ought To Govern

Obedience Of A Christian Man And How Christian Rulers Ought To Govern

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The obedie[n]ce of a Christen man and how Christe[n] rulers ought to governe, where in also (if thou marke diligently) thou shalt fynde eyes to perceave the crafty conveyance of all iugglers.
Obedience of a Christen man.
Tyndale, William, d. 1536.
By William Tyndale.
The imprint from colophon is false; actual place of publication and printer's name from STC.
Includes index.
clx, [8] leaves
[At Marlborow in the la[n]de of Hesse [i.e. Antwerp]: the seconde daye of October. Anno. M.CCCCC.xxviii, by me Hans luft [i.e. J. Hoochstraten], [1528]]
STC (2nd ed.) / 24446
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library

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