4 edition of The worckes of Thomas Becon found in the catalog.
The worckes of Thomas Becon
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 1863:1.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ca. 3012 p. in various foliations.|
|Number of Pages||3012|
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2 Thomas Becon, Worckes (, 3 vols., fol., John Day). 3 The scholarly Skelton features in works like Why come ye nat to cowrte? (?); it is traced by Edward Hodnett, English Woodcuts (London: Bibliographical Society at OUP, ), no. Hodnett traces a number of possible author-portraits including nos. 83, , index Blodgett, James E., Blomefylde, Myles, 9; book collection of, 2–3, 10, n4, n9; manuscript annotations of, 1, 2 Bloom, Harold, n14Cited by:
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Thomas Becon. —This celebrated divine was born in Suffolk, and educated in the university of Cambridge. He afterwards became chaplain to Archbishop Cranmer, and a zealous advocate tor the reformation, even from its very commencement in the reign of King Henry VIII.
Author of [The flour of godly praiers], The sicke mans salue, The early works of Thomas Becon, The worckes of Thomas Becon, The principles of Christian Religion, Prayers and Other Pieces of Thomas Becon, Writings of the Rev.
Thomas Becon, Chaplain to Archbishop Cranmer, and Prebendary of Canterbury, The sicke mans salve. [The worckes of Thomas Becon,]: [whiche he hath hytherto made and published, with diuerse other newe bookes added].
The worckes of Thomas Becon: whiche he hath hitherto made and published, with diverse other newe bookes added to the same, heretofore neuer set forth in print, diuided into thre tomes or parts and amended this present [sic] of our Lord ; perused and allowed, accordyng to thorder appointed in the Quenes maiesties iniunctions.
The radical theologian Thomas Becon (/), who was initially highly influenced by Luther, and whose influence can be keenly felt on the Book of Common Prayer of (when he was one of six preachers at Canterbury appointed by Cranmer), was a highly.
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Becon's obscurity has diverted most historians - except Derrick Sherwin Bailey at Edinburgh 1 - from attention to one crucial fact about his career.
Becon wrote a book that went. 1 Bailey, Derrick Sherwin, Thomas Becon and the Reformation ofthe Church in England (London. Oliver and Boyd, ). Full text of "The early works of Thomas Becon being the treatises published by him in the reign of King Henry 8.
Edited for the Parker society " See other formats. Becon, Thomas, [ Book: ] View online (access conditions) At 4 libraries. This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 87,) The worckes of Thomas Becon.
Becon, Thomas, [ Book: ] At State Library VIC. This resource. The early works of Thomas Becon being the treatises published by him in the reign of King Henry 8. Edited for the Parker society by Becon, Thomas, ; Ayre, John, Pages: Thomas Becon (), Protestant divine.
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Make a donation Close. List Thumbnail. Sort by. Thomas Becon. by Unknown artist. Four editions, each with additions, were issued by Day down to ‘The Worckes of Thomas Becon,’ 3 vols. folio, was another important undertaking. He became a busy member of the Stationers' Company, being warden in,andand master in 5 E.g.
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This dissertation analyses the life and writings of the Tudor clergyman and bestselling author Thomas Becon () as well as communities of production, patronage and pious readership that occasioned, supported and first received his books. Not only does it illuminate new aspects of his life, such as his remorse over his recantation at Author: Jonathan Mark Reimer.
This book challenges conventional distinctions between historical and literary forms while identifying a new tradition of women's writing across Catholic, Protestant and Sectarian communities and the medieval/early modern divide. Becon, Thomas.
The worckes of Thomas Becon which he hath hitherto made and published. London John Day, Cited by: 3. Myddelton died on 12 Aug.being succeeded by his son, Sir Thomas, the Civil War general, who represented Denbighshire in the Long Parliament. His last wife, whom he made his executrix, went to law a number of times to secure payment of debts owing to her late husband’s estate, and sustained a protracted quarrel over the payment of.
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This achievement aided in the extension of British influence as well as in the annexation of the Gold Coast. 7 Thomas Becon, The worckes ofThomas Becon, 3 vols. (RSTC ),vol. I, sig. C 5v• 8 This fragment is dated by RSTC to c, but a dating of orearlier would explain the Privy Council'sotherwise peculiardecision toarrest Middleton for printing reformist books in.
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The correspondence between Pages: 5. Derrick Sherwin Bailey (Thomas Becon and the Reformation of the Church of England [Edinburgh, ], p. ) lists the editions of Becon's tract, including two not recorded by STC. Louis B. Wright (Middle-Class Culture in Elizabethan England [Chapel Hill, ], p. ) comments on the book's popularity.
In Becon's Worckes, Vol. I, sig.