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Niels Hemmingsen (aka Nicholas Heminge).
Postilla seu enarratio Evangeliorum. English]. A postill, or exposition of the Gospels that are usually red in the churches of God, upon the Sundayes and feast dayes of saincts, written by Nicholas Heminge a Dane, a preacher of the Gospell, in the Uniuersitie of Hafnie. And translated into English by Arthur Golding. Before which postill is sette a warning of the same Nicholas Heminge too the ministers of Gods woorde, concerning the co[n]tinuall agreement of Chrystes Church in the doctrine and true worshipping of God: least anye beeing offended at the varietie of opinions and multitude of sectes, might eyther forsake their profession, or doo their duetie more slouthfully. Variant title: Postill, or exposition of the Gospels that are usually
Imprinted at London: By Henry Bynneman for Lucas Harrison and George Byshop, 1569. 1st Eng. ed. [14], 345, [6] leaves. This copy lacking the title leaf and two leaf dedication. Leaves 104-136 also lacking. Bound without these leaves perhaps three hundred years ago. Notes on endpapers: Mrs Elizabeth Edwards / Her Book û 1791 / which she gave to E. Green in that year / June 23 1791; Eliz. GreenÆs Book / for I am not ashamed of the / Gospell of Christ it is the / power of God to them that believe / in Salvation û peace be unto us / God be with us û Amen! Translation of: Postilla seu enarratio Evangeliorum.gates. Various leaves mis-numbered, but text continuous. Occasional marginal notes and corrections in an antique hand. Occasional leaves loose. Age darkening to gutters; marginal spotting, text block not affected. A flawed copy of an important work by a leading light of the Protestant Reformation. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: WestField Books [York, United Kingdom]
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