The complaynt of veritie, made by Iohn Bradford. An exhortacion of Mathewe Rogers, vnto his children. The complaynt of Raufe Allerton and others, being prisoners in Lolers tower, & wrytten with their bloud, how god was their comforte. A songe of Caine and Abell. The saieng of maister Houper, that he wrote the night before he suffered, vppon a wall with a cole, in the newe In, at Gloceter, and his saiyng at his deathe

Title

The complaynt of veritie, made by Iohn Bradford. An exhortacion of Mathewe Rogers, vnto his children. The complaynt of Raufe Allerton and others, being prisoners in Lolers tower, & wrytten with their bloud, how god was their comforte. A songe of Caine and Abell. The saieng of maister Houper, that he wrote the night before he suffered, vppon a wall with a cole, in the newe In, at Gloceter, and his saiyng at his deathe

Author

Bradford, John, 1510?-1555.

Rogers, Matthew. Instruction of a father to his children.

Allerton, Ralph. A lamentable complaynt of the afflicted, unto god our onely healper.

Allerton, Ralph. A briefe rehersal of parte of the aucthours trouble, entituled God is my comforte.

Allerton, Ralph. Songe of the poore prisoners in Lolers tower.

Hooper, John, d. 1555. Wordes of Maister Houper at his death.

Hooper, John, d. 1555. These are the wordes that Maister John Houper wrote on the wall with a cole, in the newe inne in Gloceter, the night before he suffered.

Date

1559

Place of Publication

London

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Languages

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Editorial Practice

Includes Bradford, John. The complaynt of veritie; Rogers, Matthew. The instruction of a father to his children; Allerton, Ralph. A lamentable complaynt of the afflicted, vnto god our onely healper; Allerton, Ralph. A briefe rehersal of parte of the aucthours trouble, entituled God is my comforte; Allerton, Ralph (and others). The songe of the poore prisoners in Lolers tower; Hooper, John. The wordes of Maister Houper at his death; and Hooper, John. These are the wordes that Maister John Houper wrote on the wall with a cole, in the newe inne in Gloceter, the night before he suffered. Printer and vendor suggested by STC. Signatures: A-B. All in verse except "The wordes of Maister Houper at his death". B6 verso heading: "Houper"--STC. Reproduction of the original in the British Library.

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Identifiers
  • OTA: A16573
  • PURL: http://purl.ox.ac.uk/ota/A16573
  • DLPS: A16573
  • STC: STC 3479
  • STC: ESTC S112643
  • EEBO-CITATION: 99847889
  • PROQUEST: 99847889
  • VID: 12952