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A learned and excellent treatise containing all the principall groundes of Christian religion / set downe by way of conference in a most plaine and familiar maner ; written first in French by maister Mathevv Virel ; after translated into Latine, and now turned into English for the vse of our countreymen ...

Virel, Matthieu.
London : Richard Field for Robert Dexter, 1600.
PML 1799
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Ad Innocentium papam VIII oratio.

Caoursin, Guillaume, -1501.
[Rome : Stephan Plannck, after 28 Jan. 1485]
ChL 666
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Al nome de Yhesu Christo crucifixo comencia el prologo de fra Guido del libro infrascripto cioe de loro evangelii con le expositione fatte per frate Simone da Cassia del ordine de sancto Augustino.

Fidati, Simone, -1348.
Venetia : p[er] Hannibal da Foxo da Parma, MCCCCLXXXVI Adi penultimo d[ie] Decembrio [30 December 1486].
PML 79156
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Apophthegmata (Tr: Franciscus Philelphus).

Plutarch.
[Venice] : Vindelinus de Spira, 1471.
ChL 723
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Arbolayre... [French] Le grant herbier en francois.

Paris : Pierre Le Caron, [about 1498]
ChL 1468K
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Argonautica [Greek]. With the Scholia of Lucillus, Sophocles, and Theon. Ed: Janus Lascaris.

Apollonius, Rhodius.
Florence : [Laurentius (Francisci) de Alopa, Venetus], 1496.
ChL 1168
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Ars moriendi "Cum de praesentis exilii miseria mortis transitus" [Italian] Arte del ben morire.

Venice : [Bernhard Maler (Pictor), Erhard Ratdolt and Peter Löslein], 1478.
ChL 850
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Ars moriendi "Cum de praesentis exilii miseria mortis transitus" [Italian] Arte del ben morire.

Florence : Apud Sanctum Jacobum de Ripoli, [before 4 Nov.] 1477.
ChL 1097M
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Ars moriendi "Cum de praesentis exilii miseria mortis transitus...". Add: Ad S. Michaelem carmen. De meditatione mortis. Bruno Carthusiensis: De meditatione mortis carmen. De iudicio mortis et variis casibus eius. Pseudo- Augustinus: Speculum peccatoris. Pseudo- Bernardus Claravallensis: De contemptu mundi.

Paris : [Guy Marchant], 10 Dec. 1483.
ChL 1433M
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Ars notariatus.

[Rome : Johannes Gensberg, about 1474]
ChL 635F
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