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Church of England

Published by Saraswati Press (2012)

ISBN 10: 1249952794 ISBN 13: 9781249952794

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Item Description: Saraswati Press, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: Good. Ships with Tracking Number! INTERNATIONAL WORLDWIDE Shipping available. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!. Bookseller Inventory # 1249952794

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Item Description: EEBO Editions, ProQuest, 2010. Paperback. Book Condition: Good. Ships with Tracking Number! INTERNATIONAL WORLDWIDE Shipping available. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!. Bookseller Inventory # 1240167296

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Bright, A Gulielmo

Published by LONGMANS, GREEN AND CO., NEW YORK, NY (1890)

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Item Description: LONGMANS, GREEN AND CO., NEW YORK, NY, 1890. HARD BACK BLACK. Book Condition: GOOD. Boards: gilt title on cover and spine; mild book, shelf, edge wear, rubs, corner bumps, some soil marks, some discoloration. Interior: bookplate from the previous owner on the front paste-down paper; pages tanned; foxing; some red letter text. All edges tinted red with fading. DATE PUBLISHED: 1890 EDITION: 242. Bookseller Inventory # 047787

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Bright, a Gulielmo, A.M. et Petro Goldsmith Medd, A.M.

Published by Rivingtons, London, Oxford, Cambridge (1869)

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Item Description: Rivingtons, London, Oxford, Cambridge, 1869. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good+. A decent copy with hinges starting, ffep and first blank loose but present, with owner's name facing first blank. Some edge-wear and corner-wear to boards; some loss at crown and foot of backstrip; and some tearing to backstrip at centre. Overall, text clean. Binding still solid. [ Montreal Books rating system: 1. Fine 2. Near Fine 3. Very Good 4. Good 5. Fair ]. Bookseller Inventory # 500289

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Bright, a Gulielmo, A.M. et Petro Goldsmith Medd, A.M.

Published by Rivingtons, London, Oxford, Cambridge (1869)

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Item Description: Rivingtons, London, Oxford, Cambridge, 1869. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good+. A decent copy with hinges starting, ffep and first blank loose but present, with owner's name facing first blank. Some edge-wear and corner-wear to boards; some loss at crown and foot of backstrip; and some tearing to backstrip at centre. Overall, text clean. Binding still solid. [ Montreal Books rating system: 1. Fine 2. Near Fine 3. Very Good 4. Good 5. Fair ] Size: 16mo. Book. Bookseller Inventory # 500289

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Church of England. Liturgy and ritual. Book of Common Prayer (1662) Latin, by William Bright and Peter Goldsmith Medd.

Published by Londini,Oxonii,Cantabrigiae 1869., Rivington, (1869)

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Item Description: Londini,Oxonii,Cantabrigiae 1869., Rivington, 1869. Hardcover. Editio altera. xl,356 p.; 16 cm. Rubrics and some initials in red. (Griffiths, A bibliography of the BCP 87:35) [First thus in 1865] Light foxing, offset from endpapers, on outer leaves, including title-page. VG lightly edgeworn full black morocco, all edges gilt. Bookseller Inventory # 025630

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Liber precum publicarum, seu ministerij ecclesiasticæ administrationis: Book of Common

Book of Common Prayer [ in Latin ]

Published by by Thomas Vautrollerius] per assignationem Francisci Floræ, Excusum Londini (1574)

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Item Description: by Thomas Vautrollerius] per assignationem Francisci Floræ, Excusum Londini, 1574. Full Leather. Book Condition: Very Good. (STC 16427). A revised translation, by Walter Haddon, of the first prayer book of Edward VI.At foot of title: Cum priuilegio Regiæ Maiestatis. Calendar printed in red and black. Liber Psalmorum Davidis prophetae et regis. ." has separate title page, with date 1574, on leaf 2A4r. In this issue, leaf 2P3r lacks colophon. Another issue (STC 16427) has colophon: Londini excudebat Thomas Vautrollerius. 1574. Book measures 6 x 4 inches. [28], 299 leaves, engraved title page. Bound in full leather. Professionally rebound, [ not recently ], retaining most of the leather from the original or early top board, calf light rubbed, some loss of leather on corner of top board. Generally a very good clean firm binding. Internally, small abrasion hole on margin of title page, minor repair to inner margin of title page, early annotaion in ink, partially erased on verso of title, some light browning to edges of about 10 pages. Pages in very good clean condition throughout. A very nice copy. Size: Small 8vo. Bookseller Inventory # 096271

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Published by London: Excudebat Thomas Vautrollerius, 1574. (1574)

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Item Description: London: Excudebat Thomas Vautrollerius, 1574., 1574. Small octavo. [28], 299ff. a8, b4, c8-d8, A8-Z8, Aa8-Oo8, Pp4 (Pp4 blank? wanting). Title within a pictorial woodcut border. Nineteenth-century calf. Pollard & Redgrave 16427. With a pre-fire London bookplate. On June 19th 1574 Vautrollier was granted letters patent to print certain Latin books including Bezas Novum Testamentum (and presumably the present Latin liturgy). In fact the present work is a reprint of Wolfiums edition of 1572. Title-page mounted, with slight damage to upper part. Bookseller Inventory # 2242

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Liber precum publicarum, seu ministerij ecclesiasticæ administrationis: CHURCH OF ENGLAND

CHURCH OF ENGLAND

Published by excudebat Thomas Vautrollerius, per assignationem Francisci Floræ, London (1574)

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Item Description: excudebat Thomas Vautrollerius, per assignationem Francisci Floræ, London, 1574. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very good. 8vo. ff. [xxviii], 299, [i]. a?, b?, c-d?, A-2O?, 2P? (last blank). Roman letter with some Italic. Title within ornate woodcut border with Royal arms at head, Calendar printed in red and black, floriated woodcut initials. Light age yellowing, occasional mark or spot in margins, tiny burn hole on S1 very slightly affecting a letter. A very good copy, crisp and clean, in early 17th century, probably Irish black morocco, covers bordered with a double gilt rule corners gilt with repeated small floral tools around a central oval gilt with the same, sides head and tail with gilt scrolled tool, lacking metal corner and centrepieces, spine double gilt ruled to a panel design in long, outer panel filled with gilt rolls, fleurons gilt in central panel, lower joint cracked, lacking clasps and catches a.e.g. Excellent, beautifully printed and rare edition of the book of Common Prayer translated into Latin: a revision, by Walter Haddon, of the first prayer book of Edward VI. The Book of Common Prayer was translated into Latin almost immediately, and while this might seem counter intuitive, as one of its main purposes was to get away from liturgy which the people could not understand, there were good reasons. First was to better communicate the liturgy to those on the Continent who might wish to study it, but did not know English. Second was for use in colleges and universities where it would be expected that all knew Latin. And finally it was for use in Ireland by priests who knew Latin but not English. A translation into Irish Gaelic was not completed until 1608. It was first translated by Alexander Alane, better known as Alesius, shortened into Aless, a Scotchman, 1500-1565. He was employed by Cranmer to translate into Latin the Order of the Communion and the first reformed Prayer Book, mainly to obtain the opinion of Martin Bucer and of Peter Martyr, neither of whom possessed sufficient knowledge of English to clearly understand the meaning of these two fundamental works. The translation is by no means accurate, and differs in many instances from the text of the English original. This is due partly to the carelessness of the translator and partly to the fact that in some portions he simply substituted sentences and whole sections from contemporary Latin church orders and unreformed service books in the place of the reading of the English text. In many cases, Haddon, in his revised translation of 1560, whether author or editor, was compelled to depart from Aless, in consequence of the alterations since 1549; in others he followed him so closely that the book of 1560 by no means gives an accurate view of the Book of Common Prayer of 1559. Haddon followed the translation of Aless to such an extent that in some instances, e.g. in the Absolution in the Communion Service, it is not a translation of Queen Elizabeth’s Prayer Book, but more nearly of Edward’s book. In the Collects, after the Litany, this translation follows the ordinary books of Elizabeth’s reign. The translation of 1560 pleased no one and was treated most contemptuously, even in the colleges, for whose use it was originally made. In 1571 it was supplanted by another Latin version, "intentionally made to exhibit a close resemblance to the English Book in its complete state, with the new Kalendar prepared in 1561" (Procter-Frere, page 124). The Act of Uniformity is prefixed, the Occasional Services are arranged in their order, and at the end is Münster’s translation of the Psalms. The book is frequently called a second edition of the 1560 book, but it is different and altogether independent. Vautrollier was a printer, bookseller, and bookbinder in London and Edinburgh, from 1562-87. He and his wife were Huguenot fugitives from France who settled in England. In 1584 he fled to Scotland, in order to avoid imprisonment for printing the writings of Giordano Bruno. He set up a press in Edinburgh, but returned to London in 1586, and died there in July 1587. As a printer he ranked above. Bookseller Inventory # L1793

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