A fourme to be vsed in common prayer, euery Sunday, VVednesday, and Fryday, through the whole realme: to excite and stirre all godly people to pray vnto God for the preseruation of those Christians and their countreys, that are nowe inuaded by the Turke in Hungary or elswhere. /
Imprinted at London :
in Powles Church yarde by Richards Iugge and Iohn Cawood, Printers to the Queenes Maiestie.,
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Title within ornamental border (McK. & Ferg. 111); initials.
Signatures: A⁴ B² C⁴ (last leaf blank?).
The archbishop of Canterbury was Matthew Parker.
"Cum priuilegio Regiæ Maiestatis."--Colop.
Reproduction of original in: British Library.
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