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THOMAS JOHNES, ESQ. Memoirs of the life of Sir John Froissart



Sir John Froissart's Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the Ajoining Countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV in 12 volumes 

Chronicles of Enguerrand De Monstrelet (Sir John Froissart's Chronicles continuation) in 13 volumes 

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Memoirs of the life of Sir John Froissart
page 148

f€. Difcotirs dfvne "jDifpute tenue à -Orleans ^entre vn des lMiniftres de FEglife Chreftienne, et vn cordelier qui prefcha au temple fainéte croiz.en Jadifte vile. A LYON. 1564. Thirty-eight.pages. This difcourfe was held the Sift. July 1563, in the prefence of the Mngfs Tlieutenant of Cipicrre. -.7. Confeil for le Fai&e du Concile de Trente, par Meffire CHARLES .DU MOULIN, doâeur és droiéts, profefleur desfainâes lettres, jurifconfulte «xle France^et Germanie, confeiller et .maiftre desrequefts de l'hôtel de la royne de Navarre. PfaL i. Bien-heureux eft C homme ^—— • 3 Efdr. iv. Veritas numet. A LYON POUR LEDIT DV MOULIN. Auec privilege du roy. 1564. Four leaves, title and dedication.; -42 numbered leaves- According to Le Long, p. 131. N. 2546. this work came out alfo in tLatin in the fame year at Lyons, and in 0&. 1565 at Poitiers. Niceron jpeaksof the author in page 155. 191. of whofe works this is the 36th, .and for which he was thrown into prifon, as Niceron, page 168. tcircumftantially relates it. ' r $. Brief Difcours fur TEftat prefent, et des Moyens pour remédier aux Troubles qu'on peult craindre cy après. M.D.LXHII. Thirty pages. ?9. BriefDifcours de l'Occafion des Troubles et Diflêntions d'aujourd'huy au fait de la Re1igion,,et moyen d*y obuier. Traduit du Latin d'un excellent homme de ce temps, addrene au roy. M.DJLXIIII. Twenty-two pages. ^Concerning thefe two works, I have found no notice in Le Long. u

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