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Abbot, George. A Brief Description of the Whole World. London, 1656.
——An Exposition Upon the Prophet Jonah. London, 1613.
——The Reasons Which Dr. Hill Hath Brought for the Upholding of Papistry. Oxford, 1604.
Andrewes, Lancelot. Works. 11 vols. Oxford, 1854.
Barlow, William. The Sum and Substance of the Conference. London, 1638.
——An Answer to a Catholic English Man. London, 1609.
——A Defense of the Articles of the Protestants’ Religion. London, 1601.
——Sermons. 1606, 1607.
Bedwell, William. The Arabian Trudgman. London, 1615.
——Description of Tottenham High Cross. London, 1617.
Bilson, Thomas. Sermons. London, 1599-1610.
Chaderton, Laurence. Sermons. 1580, 1584.
Clarke, Richard. Sermons. London, 1637.
Dillingham, Francis. A Golden Key, Opening the Locke to Eternal Happiness. London, 1609.
Fenton, Roger. An Answer to William Alabaster. London, 1599.
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——A Treatise on Usury. London, 1611.
Holland, Thomas. Sermons. Oxford, 1599, 1601.
Hutton, Lionel. An Answer to a Certain Treatise of the Cross in Baptism. Oxford, 1605.
Kilby, Richard. The Burden of a Loaded Conscience. Cambridge, 1608.
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Overall, John. Bishop Overall’s Convocation Book. Oxford, 1690.
Rainolds, John. The Overthrow of Stage Plays. 1599.
——The Prophecy of Obadiah Opened and Applied. Oxford, 1636.
——Sermon 10 on Haggai. 1599.
——The Sum of the Conference Between John Rainolds and John Hart. London, 1585.
Saravia, Hadrian. Defensi Tractiones. London, 1610.
——Diversi Tractatus. London, 1611.
——Examen Tractatus. London, i6n.
——A Treatise on the Different Degrees of the Christian Priesthood. Oxford, 1590.
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——Elenchus Refutationis. London, 1611.
Thorne, William. A Kenning Glass for a Christian King. London, 1603.
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Eliot, T. S. For Lancelot Andrewes. London, 1928.
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——Lives of the Archbishops of Canterbury. London, 1875.
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Ottley, Robert L. Lancelot Andrewes. London, 1894.
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Wordsworth, Christopher. Ecclesiastical Biography, vol. 4. London, 1810.


Aydelotte, Frank. Elizabethan Rogues and Vagabonds. Oxford, 1913
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Fuller, Thomas. Abel Redivivus. 2 vols. London, 1867.
——The Church History of Britain. 6 vols. Oxford, 1845.
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Lindsay, Philip. Hampton Court, A History. London, 1948.
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Siltzer, Frank. Newmarket. London, 1923.
Sinclair, William M. Memorials of St. Paul’s Cathedral. London, 1909.
Strype, John. The Life and Acts of John Whitgift. Oxford, 1822
Willis, Browne. A Survey of the Cathedrals. 3 vols. London, 1742.


Birch, Thomas. The Court and Times of James I. London, 1848.
Chambers, Robert. Life of King James I. Edinburgh, 1830.
Goodman, Godfrey. The Court of King James the First. 2 vols. London, 1839.
Henderson, T. F. James I and James VI. Edinburgh, 1904.
James I, King. Works. Trans. James Montagu, 1616. Including “The Essaye of a Prentice in the Divine Art of Poesie.”
Nichols, John. The Progresses, Processions and Magnificent Festivities of King James the First. London, 1828.


Boas, Frederick S. University Drama in the Tudor Age. Oxford, 1914.
Chalmers, Alexander. A History of the University of Oxford. 2 vols. Oxford, 1810.
Clark, Andrew. The Colleges of Oxford. London, 1892.
Coombe, William. A History of the University of Cambridge. 2 vols. London, 1815.
Cooper, Charles Henry. Athenae Cantabrigiensis. 3 vols. Cambridge, 1861.
Fowler, Thomas. The History of Corpus Christi College. Oxford, 1893.
Fuller, Thomas. The History of the University of Cambridge. London, 1840.
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Mullinger, James Bass. The University of Cambridge. Cambridge, 1884.
Phelps, William Lyon. George Chapman. New York, 1895.
Ringler, William. The Immediate Sources of Euphuism. Modern Language Association, vol. 53. September, 1938.
Shuckburgh, Evelyn S. Emmanuel College. London, 1904.
Thompson, Henry L. Christ Church. London, 1900.
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Young, Karl. William Gager’s Defense of the Academic Stage. Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters, vol. 18, part 2, 1916.


Anderson, Christopher. Annals of the English Bible. London, 1862.
Arber, Edward. A Transcript of the Registers of the Company of Stationers, London, 1877.
Ball, William. A Brief Treatise Concerning the Regulation of Printing. London, 1651.
Butterworth, C. C. The Literary Lineage of the English Bible. Philadelphia, 1951.
Eadie, John. The English Bible, vol. 2. London, 1876.
Heaton, W. J. The Puritan Bible. London, 1913.
Lewis, John. A Complete History of the Several Translations of the Holy Bible. London, 1918.
McClure, Alexander W. The Translators Revived. New York, 1853
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Pollard, Alfred W. Records of the Bible. Oxford, 1911.
Selden, John. Table Talk. London, 1689.
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Willoughby, Edwin Elliott. The Making of the King James Bible. Los Angeles, 1956.


Bodleian Library, Oxford. “Notes by John Bois.” “Will and correspondence of John Rainolds.” “Reg. XXXII 48. History of five years of the reign of James I.”
Cambridge University Library. “Letters of Bishop Bancroft, 1604.”
Lambeth Palace Library, London. Letter to Laurence Chaderton, June 26, 1599. Early list of translators.
Public Record Office, London. Jan. 12, 1604. Appointments for the Hampton Court conference. July 22, 1604. Translators to be chosen. April 29, 1605. Promotion for Dr. Layfield. 1606. Certificate signed by bishops, promotion of Dr. Thorne, translator. Correspondence about election of Bishop Ravis. Reports of beheading of Earl of Essex. Letter of Cecil to Dr. Barlow. Letters of Sir Henry Savile.
Yale University Library, New Haven. Typescript, “John Overall,” by Nadine Overall.

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