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Job Throckmorton (Throkmorton) (1545–1601) was an English religious pamphleteer and Member of Parliament. Possibly with John Penry and John Udall, he authored the Martin Marprelate anonymous anti-clerical satires; scholarly consensus now makes him the main author.Dorothy Auchter, Dictionary of Literary and Dramatic Censorship in Tudor and Stuart England (2001), p. 231.

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by Marprelate, Martin
[Wolston, Warks.] : Printed [by John Hodgkins] by the assignes of Martin Iunior, without any priuiledge of the Catercaps, [22 July 1589]
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Uniform title: Oh read over D. John Bridges. Epitome
by Marprelate, Martin, pseud
[Fawsley, Northants.] : Printed on the other hand of some of the priests [by Robert Waldegrave, Nov. 1588]
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Uniform title: Oh read over D. John Bridges. Epistle
by Marprelate, Martin, pseud
Printed oversea, in Europe [i.e. East Molesey, Surrey : By Robert Waldegrave], within two furlongs of a bounsing priest, at the cost and charges of M Marprelate, gentleman, [Oct. 1588]
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by Marprelate, Martin, pseud
[Wolston, Warks.] : Printed [by John Hodgkins] by the assignes of Martin Iunior, without any priuiledge of the Catercaps, [22 July 1589]
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