The life of the learned and right reverend Reynold Pecock: S.T.P., lord bishop of St. Asaph and Chichester, in the reign of King Henry VI. Faithfully collected from the records and mss. Being a sequel of the life of Dr. John Wiclif, in order to an introduction to the history of the English reformation
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