Catalog Record: Oratio habita Cātabrigiæ, in frequentissimo cetu, præsentibus Cæsaris oratoribus, & nonnullis alijs episcopis, ad Reuerendiss | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Oratio habita Cātabrigiæ, in frequentissimo cetu, præsentibus Cæsaris oratoribus, & nonnullis alijs episcopis, ad Reuerendiss. D. Thomā cardinalem titulo Sanctæ Ceciliæ, legatum a latere, archiepiscopum Eboracensem, & Angliæ supremum cancellarium. Apud præclarissimam Academiam Cantabrigiensem. An. M. quingentesimouicesimoprimo. Reproduded in exact facsim. from the copy in the Bodleian Library: with a bibliographical introd. by the late Henry Bradshaw.

Main Author: Bullock, Henry, -1526
Related Names: Jenkinson, Francis John Henry 1853-1923, Bradshaw, Henry 1831-1886
Language(s): Latin
Published: Cambridge, Eng. A. Macmillan and R. Bowes, 1886.
Subjects: Wolsey, Thomas, > 1475?-1530
Siberch, John, > 1475-1554?
Bibliography > Early printed books > 16th century > Facsimiles.
Note: "On the books printed by John Siberch at Cambridge in 1521 and 1522": p. [5]-23.
Original has colophon: Impressa est hæc oratiūcula Cantabrigiæ, per me Ioannem Siberch, post natum saluatorem, millesimo quingentesimo uicesimoprimo. Mense Februario.
Ed. by F.J.H. Jenkinson.
Physical Description: 23 p. plate, facsim: [7] l. 21 cm.
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