6 edition of A bibliography of John Rastell found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|LC Classifications||Z8733.7 .D48 1999, PR2336 R4 .D48 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 183 p. :|
|Number of Pages||183|
|LC Control Number||00340524|
Other articles where John Rastell is discussed: dictionary: Specialized dictionaries: terms published in by John Rastell. His purpose, he said, was “to expound certain obscure and dark terms concerning the laws of this realm.” The dictionaries of technical terms in many fields often have the purpose of standardizing the terminology; this normative aim is especially important in. First American Edition of Rastell's Termes de la Ley in a Well-Preserved Contemporary Binding [Rastell, John (d)]. Les Termes de la Ley, Or Certain Difficult and Obscure Words and Terms of the Common and Statute Laws of England, Now in Use, Expounded and Explained.
Drawing on over a decade of detailed bibliographical investigation, Devereux demonstrates that Rastell was a leading figure in the development of law books, the first printer to create type for music, and a significant figure in the preparation an. John Rastell (or Rastall) (circa – ), was an English printer and author.. Born in London, he is vaguely reported by Anthony à Wood to have been "educated for a time in grammaticals and philosophicals" at Oxford. He became a member of Lincoln's Inn, and practised successfully as a was also M.P. (Member of Parliament) for Dunheved, Cornwall, from until his death.
John Frith's writings are in answer to, or debate with, the beliefs of men such as Bishop John Fisher, Sir Thomas More, and John Rastell. In Frith published three attacks on the doctrines of purgatory and transubstantiation, which left him, according to his biographers, a wanted man. RASTELL (or [[Rastall), John]] (d. ), English printer and author, was born in London towards the end of the 15th century. He is vaguely reported by Anthony it Wood to have been "educated for a time in grammaticals and philosophicals" at Oxford. He became a member of Lincoln's Inn, and practised successfully as a barrister.
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John Rastell is most likely to be recognised today for his connection to Thomas More, whose son-in-law and friend he was. In A Bibliography of John Rastell E.J.
Devereux shows that he was much more than this - a lawyer, explorer, humanist, trust servant of the crown, and, most importantly, printer of some sixty books. Bibliography of John Rastell Book Description: Drawing on over a decade of detailed bibliographical investigation, Devereux demonstrates that Rastell was a leading figure in the development of law books, the first printer to create type for music, and a significant figure in the preparation and publication of theological works.
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The title does a disservice to this book: not only is it a bibliography, it is a biography of John Rastell, the English writer, printer, lawyer, and religious activist of the early sixteenth century, who survived his brother-in-law Thomas More's execution by one year but met a similar fate when he was arrested, held without trial, and died a pauper in jail.
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in Coventry, England; d. John Rastell, the elder, married Elizabeth, sister of Sir Thomas More. He moved to London inwhere he combined a legal practice with a printing business, and undertook various tasks for Henry VIII.
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Moreana is an international and non‐confessional journal, which was founded in by Abbé Germain Marc'hadour under the auspices of the Amici Thomae Mori, or the Society of Friends of Thomas More, and is read in nearly 30 countries today.
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Drawing on over a decade of detailed bibliographical. John Rastell (–) was an English Jesuit. Life. Rastell was born at Gloucester inwas admitted into Winchester School in ; and went on to New College, Oxford, of which he became a perpetual fellow in He graduated M.A.
29 Julyand about that time was ordained priest.Charles C. Soule Year-Book Bibliography, Harvard Law Review, vol. 14, page (April ). Description: A complete publishing history of the Year Books from Rastell and de Worde through the Vulgate edition.
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