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KEMPIS, Thomas à. Of the Imitation of Jesus Christ, translated from the Latin, with an Introduction and Notes by the Rev. T. F. Dibdin, D.D. London, 1828. 8vo. 17. 1s.
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A Treatyse of ye Imytacion and Folowynge of Cryst, compyld in Laten, by Johnn Gerson and translate by Mayster Wyllyam at Kynson Doctor of Diuynyte at the speciall Request and Commaundement of Pryncesse Margate Moder of Kynge Henry the VII. and Countesse of Rychemount and Derby. London (by W. de Worde). 4to. The three first books 96 leaves, the fourth book, 18 leaves. London by Richarde Pynson. 4to. Books 1-3, Q 4, A and B in octaves, the rest in sixes. The forthe Boke.' 18 leaves. Towneley, pt. i. 533, 91. London, by R. Pynson, 1503-4. 4to. White Knights, 1749, 117. 5s. - London, by R. Pynson, 1517. 4to. Books 1-3 end on the reverse of the leaf after
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