Catalog Record: The mirrour of vertue in worldly greatness; or, The life of Sir Thomas More, knight | Hathi Trust Digital Library


The mirrour of vertue in worldly greatness; or, The life of Sir Thomas More, knight. By William Roper.

Main Author: Roper, William, 1496-1578.
Related Names: More, Thomas Saint 1478-1535., More, Thomas Sir, Saint 1478-1535.
Language(s): English
Published: London, Alexander Moring, The De la More Press, 1903.
Subjects: More, Thomas, > Saint, > 1478-1535.
More, Thomas, > Sir, Saint, > 1478-1535.
Christian saints > England > Biography.
Statesmen > Great Britain > Biography.
Great Britain > History > Henry VIII, 1509-1547.
Note: "The letters of Sir Thomas More to his daughter [Margaret Roper, with other letters]": p. [103]-177.
With added series title, engraved, and second half-title.
Physical Description: xvi, 192 p. front. (port.) 16 cm.
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