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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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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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Biblia [Low German]. With glosses according to Nicolaus de Lyra's postils.

Lübeck : Stephanus Arndes, 19 Nov. 1494.
PML 20682
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Buch der zwaÿer red mit ainander

Gregory I, Pope, approximately 540-604.
[Augsburg] : [Johann Bämler at the Monastery of SS. Ulrich and Afra], 1473.
PML 130
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Catalina.

Sallust, 86-34 B.C.
Paris : Renouard, 1795.
PML 127234-35
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Catholicon.

Balbi, Giovanni, -1298.
Nuremberg : Anton Koberger, 18 February 1483.
PML 79109
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Comento di Christophoro Landino fiorentino sopra La comedia di Danthe Alighieri poeta fiorentino.

Dante Alighieri, 1265-1321.
Impressi i[n] Venesia [Venice] : P[er] Bernardino Benali & Matthio da Parma, del. MCCCCLXXXXI. adi iii. Marzo [3 March 1491]
PML 15417
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Comme[n]tariu[m] iohannis episcopi Consta[n]tinopolita[n]i cognome[n]to Crisostomi in epistolam sancti pauli apostoli ad hebreos.

John Chrysostom, Saint, -407.
[Urach] : [Conrad Fyner], [not after July 1485]
PML 24148
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Compendio sente[n]tias habere[n]t libri sententiarum / frater Joha[n]nes de Fonte ordinis fratrum minorum.

Johannes de Fonte.
[Augsburg] : [Günther Zainer], [1475-1476]
PML 137
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Compendium theologicae veritatis. With shortened ending.

Albertus, Magnus, Saint, 1193?-1280.
Venice : Simon Bevilaqua, 10 Oct. 1492.
PML 79102
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