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VERGIL, Polydore. Historiæ Anglicæ Libri xxvi. Avtore Polydoro is in the British Museum. Virgilio Urbinate, accessit præter alia nonnulla Series Regum Angliæ a primis Initiis usque ad hanc tatem; ex nova Editione Antonii Thysii, J. C. Lvgd. Batav. 1649.


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An Abridgement of the notable Woorke of Polidore Vergile conteignyng the Deuisers and firste Finders out as well of Artes, Ministeries, Feactes, and ciuill Ordinaunces, as of Rites, and Ceremonies, commōly vsed in the Church and the original Beginnyng of the same. Cōpendiously gathered by Thomas Langley. London, by Richard Grafton, 1546. 8vo. Contains 156 leaves, besides the dedication to Sir Antony Denny, Knt. and a table at the end, but the numerals are very erroneous after fol. lxxx. In the colophon of some copies xxv daie of Januarie', in others, xvi daie of Aprill'. Nassau, pt. i. 1872, 6s. Bindley, pt. ii. 2436, 1. 5s. Hibbert, 8246, morocco, 21. 6s. London by Rich. Grafton, 1551. 8vo. This edition contains 155 leaves, besides the preface and a table at the end. Bindley, pt. iii. 55, 4s. 6d.

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