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T he Post-Reformation Digital Library (PRDL) is a select database of digital books relating to the development of theology and philosophy during the Reformation and Post-Reformation/Early Modern Era (late 15th-18th c.). Late medieval and patristic works printed and referenced in the early modern era are also included. The PRDL is a project of the Junius Institute for Digital Reformation Research.
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Digby, Everard (c.1550-1592)
Everard Digbie, his Disuasiue. From taking away the lyuings and goods of the Church ... Hereunto is annexed Celsus of Verona, his Disuasiue translated into English (Robert Robinson&Thomas Newman, 1590)
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De Dvplici Methodo libri Dvo: Vnicam P. Rami Methodum refutantes: In Qvibvs, Via Plana, Expedita, & exacta, secundum optimos auctores, ad scientiarum cognitionem elucidatur (Wechelus, 1589)
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Euerard Digbie his dissuasiue. From taking away the lyuings and goods of the Church. Wherein all men may plainely behold the great blessings which the Lord hath powred on all those who liberally haue bestowed on his holy temple: and the strange punishments that haue befallen them vvhich haue done the contrarie. Hereunto is annexed Celsus of Verona, his dissuasiue translated into English. ([London] : Robert Robinson, and Thomas Nevvman, 1590)
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De arte natandi libri duo, quorum prior regulas ipsius artis, posterior vero praxin demonstrationemque continet (London : T. Dawson, 1587)
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De arte natandi libri duo : quorum prior regulas ipsius artis, posterior vero praxin demonstrationemque continet (Londini : Excudebat Thomas Dawson, 1587)
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