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[VERMIGLI, Pietro Martire, i.e. Peter Martyr (1500-62)]. A treatise of the cohabitacyon of the faithfull with the unfaithfull. Wherunto is added a Sermon made of the confessing of Christe and his gospell [by Henry Bullinger]. [Strassburg: W.Rihel], 1555. 8° (147 x 97mm). Collation: A-L8. (Lacking blanks L7-8; sidenote on L1 shaved.) 19th-century morocco gilt, edges gilt. Provenance: Thomas Ferrar at Oxford, early signature on title and his marginal annotations; Cardiff Castle bookplate. ONLY EDITION. Vermigli, a former monk, who had to flee from Italy accused of heresy, was brought to England by Cranmer and became Professor of Divinity at Oxford in 1548 and commissioner to revise the ecclesiastical code in 1551. STC 24673.5 (lists 8 copies)

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[VERMIGLI, Pietro Martire, i.e. Peter Martyr (1500-62)]. A treatise of the cohabitacyon of the faithfull with the unfaithfull. Wherunto is added a Sermon made of the confessing of Christe and his gospell [by Henry Bullinger]. [Strassburg: W.Rihel], 1555. 8° (147 x 97mm). Collation: A-L8. (Lacking blanks L7-8; sidenote on L1 shaved.) 19th-century morocco gilt, edges gilt. Provenance: Thomas Ferrar at Oxford, early signature on title and his marginal annotations; Cardiff Castle bookplate. ONLY EDITION. Vermigli, a former monk, who had to flee from Italy accused of heresy, was brought to England by Cranmer and became Professor of Divinity at Oxford in 1548 and commissioner to revise the ecclesiastical code in 1551. STC 24673.5 (lists 8 copies)

A discourse or traictise of Petur Martyr Vermill a Florentine, the publyque reader of divinitee in the Universitee of Oxford wherin he openly declared his whole and determinate iudgemente concernynge the Sacrament of the Lordes supper in the sayde Universitee. London: Robert Stoughton [but really W.Whitchurch] for Nicolas Udall, [1550]. Small 4° (189 x 135mm). Collation: *4 **2 A-X4 &4 Aa-Cc4 Dd2. Woodcut titleborder [McKerrow & Ferguson 60b]. (Paper flaw in H3; quire Dd rehinged and restored, slightly affecting headline.) 19th-century calf gilt by Pratt, edges gilt. Provenance: Bute bookplate. FIRST EDITION. STC 24665 (2)
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