Beatus Ioha[n]nes Ep[iscopu]s q[ui] & alias Crisostom[us] appellatur grec[us] nac[i]o[n]e pene i[n]nume[r]abiles [ser]mo[n]es fecit ad vulgare[m] populu[m] de q[ui]b[us] de greco in latinu[m] tra[n]slati sunt vigintiqui[n]q[ue] magis morales [...].
A godly exhortation made vnto the people of Antioch, by Iohn Chrysostome, sometime arch bishop of Constantinople: touching the patience and suffering affliction, by the examples of Iob, and the three children: and of refraining from swearing. Translated out of Latin into English, by Robert Rowse minister of the word of God
Theorremon, or, the ancient and most comfortable golden-mouth'd father, St. Chrysostome Archbishop of Constantinople, treating on severall places of holy scripture: selected, and translated faithfully according to the Greeke copies: by John Willoughbie
A sermon of Saint Chrysostome, wherein besyde that it is furnysshed with heuenly wisedome [and] teachinge, he wonderfully proueth, that no man is hurted but of hym selfe: translated into Englishe by the floure of lerned menne in his tyme, Thomas Lupsette Londoner