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Bowes, George. : George Bowes, Esquire, - - - - - - - - appellant. The Right Honourable George Earl of Shrewsbury, Barbara Lady Dowager Aston, Charles Talbot, Charles Dormer, James Talbot, Thomas Talbot, and Francis Talbot, Esquires, Lucy Talbot, Dame Terefa Moftyn, Thomas Salwin, Esq; and Mary his Wife John Maire Esq; and Sir Thomas Webb, Baronet, respondents. The case of Mr. Maire, one of the respondents.
Bowes, Jerome, -1616. : An apology or defence for the Christians of Frau[n]ce which are of the eua[n]gelicall or reformed religion : for the satisfiing of such as wil not liue in peace and concord with them. Whereby the purenes of the same religion in the chiefe poyntes that are in variance, is euidently shewed, not onely by the holy scriptures, and by reason: but also by the Popes owne canons. Written to the king of Nauarre and translated out of french into English by Sir Iherom Bowes Knight.