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. vii + 575 pages, front cover dampstained (no smell), top half inch of spine chipped away. Contains Narrative of the Proceedings and Troubles of the English Congregation at Frankfurt on the Maine, 1554-1555, Letter to the Queen Dowager 1556, Exposition upon Matthew IV, Answers to some Questions concerning Baptism, Letter of Wholesome Counsel, Form of Prayers and Ministration of the Sacraments used in the English Congregation at Geneva 1556, Familiar Epistles (Letters 27-37), Letters to his Brethren, Apology for the Protestants who are Holden in Prison at Paris, First Blast of the Trumpet, Letter to the Queen Dowager 1558, Appellation from the Sentence Pronounced by the Bishops and Clergy, Letter Addressed to the Commonalty of Scotland, Summary of the Proposed Second Blast of the Trumpet. Appendix 1) Gilby: Admonition to England and Scotland; 2) Kethe: Psalm 94 in Metre. The Works of Knox were issued in 6 volumes from 1846 to 1864, the first two volumes by the Wodrow Society, the next three by Johnstone and Hunter, and the sixth by Thomas George Stevenson. This volume is in a bindimg which broadly matches the first two volumes.