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More worke for a masse-priest. by Alexander Cooke

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Published by Printed by William Iones ... in London .
Written in English


  • Catholic Church -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.

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Edition Notes

ContributionsJones, William, d. 1643, printer., English Printing Collection (Library of Congress)
LC ClassificationsBX1763 .C6
The Physical Object
Pagination[8], 74, [2] p. (first 2 and last leaves blank) ;
Number of Pages74
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6679092M
LC Control Number25013273

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Cooke, Alexander, Worke for a masse-priest. Other author/creator: Cooke, Alexander, Yet more worke for a masse-priest. Format: Electronic and Book: Edition: The third edition, reviewed and augmented by the authour.. Publication Info. Page 1 MORE VVORKE FOR A MASSE. PRIEST. 1 S Ir Priest, I pray you tell me of what Order of Priests you are; whether of the Order of Auron, or of the Order of Melchisedek, or of the Or∣der whereof the Priests of Baal were. Saint Paul witnes∣seth, that a Aarons priest∣hood is changed; and that Melchisedeks is such, as b passeth not from one vnto another: so that (for any thing I see) you.   For instance, in Worke, More Worke, and a little More Worke for a Masse-Priest () we find him writing in his favoured style, a Protestant arguing with a Catholic priest. In this tract he begins the majority of paragraphs with such words as ‘Sir Priest, I reade in your books ’, and in one case begins with, ‘I have a booke of yours Author: Philip Wilde. More vvorke for a Masse-priest (London: Printed by William Iones, dwelling in Red-crosse streete, ), by Alexander Cooke and Alexander Cooke (HTML at EEBO TCP) More worke for a Masse-priest (London: Printed by William Iones, and are to be sold by William Sheffard at his shop in Popes head Ally, ), by Alexander Cooke and Alexander.

More worke for a masse-priest (anon.; pref. verses signed E. W.) Pope Joane. A dialogue betweene a protestant and a papist Cooke, Deryck The language of music Cooke, Edward A voyage to the South Sea and round the world in –11 Cooke, George A. Abstract. In his studies of the early political economists, Karl Marx often draws the analogy between Adam Smith’s “Classical” critique of the mercantilists’ money fetishism and the Protestant critique of religious the Economic and Philosophical Manuscripts of , he writes: To this enlightened political economy, which has discovered—within private property—the Author: David Hawkes. You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. Tract HAY ANY WORK FOR COOPER. March Note: There are no page numbers in the ‘Introduction’ to the original, just the page heading: ‘The Epistle to the terrible Priests’.The main part, headed ‘Hay any work for Cooper’, has page numbers. The ‘y’ in the abbreviations y e and y t is the letter ‘thorn’ (þ), pronounced ‘th’ - thus: ‘the’ and ‘that.’.

Cover Illustration: Title-page woodcut from More Worke for a Masse-Priest (London, ) by Alexander Cooke, showing the interior of a seventeenth-century printing house. Note the lighted candles on the heads of the two press operators. From the Folger Shakespeare Library Collection. worke, and a little more work for a masse-priest Reviewed and augmented by the authour (London, Wray, Ramona, 'Recovering the Reading of Renaissance Englishwomen: Deployments of Autobiography' Critical Survey, 12 (), Author: Andrew Cambers. Yet more worke for a masse-priest Yet more worke for a masse-priest, another edn of Worke, more worke, and a little more work for a masse-priest, another issue of Worke, more worke, and a little more work for a masse-priest, variant of Cooke, E The prospective glasse of warre scene of battle on tp, six diagrams of battle formations. I T was my desire and hope to spend the residue of my Time and thoughts in sweete and sacred Con∣templation. Satan enuying me this Page [unnumbered] happinesse, interrupts me by.