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Gropper, Johannes, et al. The Actes of the Disputacio[n] In the Cowncell of the Empyre Holden At Regenspurg: That Is to Saye, All the Artycles Concernyng the Christen Relygion Both Agreed and Not Agreed Vpon: Euen As They Were Propowned of the Emprour Vnto the Nobles of the Empyre, to Be Iudged, Delybred and Debated. Here Thow Hast Also the Sentence, Cowncell and Aduyse of the Emperor, of Euery Degre of the Nobles of the Empyre and of the Legate of Rome Concernyng These Actys. And More Ouer Here Be Certen Prefacys of Phylyp Melancton Declaryng Why Certen Popyssh Artycles Were Reprouyd by the Protestantys: and Certe[n] Other Thinges Also a Regestre Whereof Thou Hast In the Next Syde of This Leafe Set Forth by Martyne Bucere [et] Philyp Melancton Translated Owt of Latyne Into Englissh. By Mylys Couerdale. M.d.xlij. [Antwerp: Printed by the widow of C. Ruremond, 1542.

APA

Gropper, J., Coverdale, M., Bucer, M., & Melanchthon, P. (1542). The actes of the disputacio[n] in the cowncell of the Empyre holden at Regenspurg: that is to saye, all the artycles concernyng the Christen relygion both agreed and not agreed vpon: euen as they were propowned of the Emprour vnto the nobles of the Empyre, to be iudged, delybred and debated. Here thow hast also the sentence, cowncell and aduyse of the Emperor, of euery degre of the nobles of the Empyre and of the Legate of Rome concernyng these actys. And more ouer here be certen prefacys of Phylyp Melancton declaryng why certen popyssh artycles were reprouyd by the protestantys: and certe[n] other thinges also a regestre whereof thou hast in the next syde of this leafe set forth by Martyne Bucere [et] Philyp Melancton translated owt of Latyne into Englissh. By Mylys Couerdale. M.D.xlij. [Antwerp: Printed by the widow of C. Ruremond.

Chicago

Gropper, Johannes, Miles Coverdale, Martin Bucer, and Philipp Melanchthon. The Actes of the Disputacio[n] In the Cowncell of the Empyre Holden At Regenspurg: That Is to Saye, All the Artycles Concernyng the Christen Relygion Both Agreed and Not Agreed Vpon: Euen As They Were Propowned of the Emprour Vnto the Nobles of the Empyre, to Be Iudged, Delybred and Debated. Here Thow Hast Also the Sentence, Cowncell and Aduyse of the Emperor, of Euery Degre of the Nobles of the Empyre and of the Legate of Rome Concernyng These Actys. And More Ouer Here Be Certen Prefacys of Phylyp Melancton Declaryng Why Certen Popyssh Artycles Were Reprouyd by the Protestantys: and Certe[n] Other Thinges Also a Regestre Whereof Thou Hast In the Next Syde of This Leafe Set Forth by Martyne Bucere [et] Philyp Melancton Translated Owt of Latyne Into Englissh. By Mylys Couerdale. M.d.xlij. [Antwerp: Printed by the widow of C. Ruremond, 1542.