An homelie of Saint John Chrysostom vpon that saiyng of Saint Paul, Brethren, I wold not haue you ignorant, what is to becom of those that slepe, to the end ye lament not, &c. : with also a discourse vpon Job, and Abraham
Phisick for the soule : verie necessarie to be vsed in the agonye of death, and in those extreme and most perillous seasons. as well as for those which are in good helth, as those which are endewed with bodilye sicknesse.
A sermo[n] made by Iohn Chrisostome patriarche of Constantinople, of pacience, of ye end of ye world, and of ye last iudgeme[n]t. Whereunto is added an other homelie made by John Brentius of the vertue of Christes resurrectio[n] tra[n]slated into Englishe by Thomas Sa[m]pson
An homilie of Saint John Chrysostome vpon that saying of Saint Paul, Brethern, I wold not haue you ignorant, what is becom of those that slepe, to the end ye lament not. &c. : With also a discourse vpon Job, and Abraham, newely made out of Greke into latin by master Cheke, and englished by Tho. Chaloner.
Phisicke for the soule : verye necessarie to be vsed in the agonie of death, and in those extreme, and moste perillous seasons, aswell for those, which are in good health, as those, which are endewed with bodily sicknesse. Translated out of Latine into Englishe, by H. Thorne. ... Perused, and allowed, according to the Queenes Maiesties iniunctions.