2 edition of Clergy and laity in London, 1376-1531. found in the catalog.
Clergy and laity in London, 1376-1531.
John Aidan Francis Thomson
Written in English
On the religious life of the people.
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|Pagination||xi, xii, 449 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||449|
A sermon preachd before the Honourable House of Commons at St. Margarets Westminster, on January 30. 1717-8
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Jean L. English vernacular culture in London before the evidence reﬂect these revisions, ﬁfteenth-century circulation of the Riwle appears strongly London-centred.8 Finally, among shorter texts in the Pepys MS, once more derived from Anglo-Norman (in this case, an example occurs in a London book of c.
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