Pecock's repressor (continued) ; excerpts from Bury's Gladius salomonis ; abbreviatio Reginaldi Pecock ; extract from Gascoigne's theological dictionary ; glossary
Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts, 1860
Of contents -- Peacock's Repressor -- Excerpts from Bury's Gladius Salomonis -- Abbreviato Reginaldi Peacock -- Extract from Gascoigne's Theological dictionary.
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