TYNDALE, William (1494?-1536). A briefe declaration of the sacraments, expressing the fyrst oryginall how they came up and were institute with the true and mooste syncere meaning ... Compyled by the godly learned man Wyllyam Tyndall. London: Robert Stoughton, [1548?].
Collation: A-E8. STC 24445
Jean VERON (d.1563). The godly saiyngs of the old auncient faithful fathers upon the Sacrament of the bodye and bloude of Chryste. Newlye compyled and translated oute of Latin intoo English. Worcester: John Oswen. They be also to sell at Shrewesburye. 1550. Collation: A-H8. (Sidenote on H4 shaved.) ONLY EDITION. From the first press established at Worcester in 1549. STC 24682 (lists 6 copies, including 2 imperfect)
Monachus RATRAMNUS (fl.850). The boke of Barthram Priest intreatinge of thee bodye and bloude of Christe. [Translated by W.Hughe?]. London: Thomas Raynald, 1549. Collation: A-C8. STC 20750 (records 8 copies, including the present).
Thomas LANCASTER (d.1583), archbishop of Armagh. The ryght and trew understandynge of the Supper of the Lord .... [London: E.Whitchurch?], for John Turke, [1550?]. Collation: A-E8 F4, (lacking final blank leaf). Woodcut title-border [McKerrow & Ferguson 33]. ONLY EDITION, with dedication to Edward VI. STC 15188 (records 7 copies, including the present)
[Richard TRACY (d.1569)]. A supplycacion to our moste soueraigne lorde Kynge Henry the eyght. [Antwerp: Widow of Christoffel van Ruremund], December 1544. Collation: A-C8 D6; C5 and C6 wrongly imposed. FIRST EDITION. STC 24165 (lists 6 copies)
[John MARDELEY (fl.1548)]. A declaration of thee power of Gods worde, concerning the holy supper of the Lord, confutynge all lyers and fals teachers.... London: Thomas Raynald, 1558. Collation: A-D8 E4.
ONLY EDITION. With 5 pages IN VERSE at end 'A complaynt agaynst the styffenecked made by the aucthour of thys boke' and a 3-page poem preceding the dedication to the Duke of Somerset. STC 17317 (recording 8 copies, including the present)
Richard TRACY. A bryef & short declaracyon made, wherbye ever chrysten man maye knowe, what is a sacrament. London: Robert Stoughton, 10 November 1548. Collation: [A]-B8 (lacking final blank leaf). ONLY EDITION. STC 24162
Thomas BROKE (fl.1550). Certayn Meditations and thinges to be had in remembraunce and well considered by every Christian, before he receive ye Sacrament of the body and bloude of Christ. London: John Day and William Seres, 17 August [colophon 5 August] 1548. Collation: A8 B8+1. STC 3816 (records 6 copies, one imperfect, including the present copy)
Richard TRACY. A most godly enstruction and very necessarie lesson to be learned of all christen men and women, before they come to ye Communion of the bodie & bloud of our saviour Christe Jesus. London: [John Day & W.Seres], 1548. Collation: [A]4. Woodcut title border. ONLY EDITION. STC 24163 (records 6 copies, including the present). Apparently published as a preface to STC 3816, Broke's work above.
John MARDELEY. Here is a short Resytall of certayne holy Doctours which proueth that the naturall body of christ is not conteyned in the Sacrament of the Lordes supper but fyguratyvely, collected in myter. London: Thomas Raynald, [1548?]. Collation: A8. ONLY EDITION, ENTIRELY IN VERSE. STC 17318 (records only 5 copies, including the present)
10 works in one volume, all small 8° (135 x 89mm). Early 19th-century straight-grained blue morocco, silk doublures and liners. Provenance: a few 16th-century attributions of authorship in ink; Bute bookplate.