Heir followeth the coppie of the ressoning which was betuix the abbote of Crosraguell and John Knox, in Mayboill concern ing [sic] the masse, in the yeare of God, a thousand fiue hundreth thre scoir and two yeares. [electronic resource]
- Bib ID:
- Knox, John
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- Jmprinted at Edinburgh : by Robert Lekpreuik, and are to be solde at his hous, at the nether bow. Cum priuilegio., 1563
- , 32 [i.e. 64] p.
- Early English books online.
- Signatures: [fingerpost]⁴, [maltese cross]⁴, [fingerpost]⁴, A-H⁴.
- Numbered pages on recto only.
- Imperfect: print bleeding and show-through, with loss of text.
- Reproduction of original in: Folger Shakespeare Library.
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- STC (2nd ed.) 15074.
- Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI, 1999- (Early English books online) Digital version of: (Early English books, 1475-1640 ; 2121:3)
- Other authors/contributors:
- Kennedy, Quintin, 1520-1564
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