A brefe and a playne declaratyon of the dewty of maried folkes gathered out of the holy scriptures, and set forth in the almayne tonge by Hermon archbyshop of Colayne, whiche wylled all the housholdes of his flocke to haue the same in their bedchambers as a mirror or glasse dayly to loke in, wherby they might know and do their dewties eche vnto others, and lede a godly, quiet and louing life togethers, and newly translated into ye Englishe tonge by Hans Dekyn.
[Imprynted at London :
In Temestrete by [S. Mierdman for] Hughe Syngelton, at the sygne of the dobbel hood, ouer agaynste the Stylyarde,
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