3 edition of A slaunderous libell (cast abroad) vnto an epitaph set forth vpon the death of D.E. Boner, with a reply to the same lying libell, by T. Broo found in the catalog.
A slaunderous libell (cast abroad) vnto an epitaph set forth vpon the death of D.E. Boner, with a reply to the same lying libell, by T. Broo
|Genre||Controversial literature, Early works to 1800, Poetry|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 1982:14|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
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Get this from a library! An answere to a popishe and slaunderous libell: in forme of an apologie, giuen out into the court, and spread abroad in diuers other places of this realme. By M.D. Fulk of Cambridge. [William Fulke; John de Feckenham].A True, Sincere and Modest Defence of English Catholics That Suffer for Their Faith Both at Home and Abroad, Against a False, Seditious and Slanderous Li.Libel Li"bel (lī"bĕl), n.
[L. libellus a little book, pamphlet, libel, lampoon, dim. of liber the liber or inner bark of a tree; also (because the ancients wrote on this bark), paper, parchment, or a roll of any material used to write upon, and hence, a book or treatise: cf.
F. libelle.] 1.