A note on f. 18v reads: "A verry tratoroos Worke pretended to bee the answers of Peyres Plowman to the prynted interrogatores of alleageaunce. Butt in treuthe a Waye to instruct papists how to answer tratorooslye & defende the trators for Martyrs that dyed at Tyburne in August 1582." Binding: vellum wrapper, with front cover cut away. Disbound. Box also contains remains of silk binding thread in separate envelope.
Manuscript, on paper, in cursive bookhand, produced in England and dated May 27, 1582.
Catholic Church--England--Controversial literature Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in Beinecke Library Tyburn gallows (London, England)
Langland, William,--1330?-1400?--Piers Plowman
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A Consolatorye Letter to a Traitor Neare ye Gallowes Founde at Bellamyes at Uxenden. James Marshall and Marie-Louise Osborn Collection, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University.
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