The Lives of the Principal Reformers, both Englishmen and Foreigners,
Comprehending the General History of the Reformation; From its Beginning, in 1360, by Dr. John Wickliffe;
To its Establishment, in 1600, under Queen Elizabeth, with an Introduction; wherein The Reformation is amply vindicated,
and its Necessity fully shewn, from the Degeneracy of the Clergy, and the Tyranny of the Popes.
by Mr. [Richard] Rolt
the Whole embellished with the Heads of the Reformers,
Elegantly done in Metzotinto [sic], by Mr. [Richard] Houston
London: Printed for E. Bakewell and H. Parker, opposite Birchin-Lane, Cornhill; J. Robinson, in Ludgate-Street; and T. Pote, in Fleet-Street,
M DCC LIX 
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