English Works of John Fisher, Bishop of Rochester (1469-1535): Sermons and Other Writings, 1520-1535

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Bibliography

This is not an exhaustive bibliography: for a full list of works about John Fisher, see the New Cambridge Bibliography. For the information that exists about Fisher's printed works, we are in great measure indebted to the research of the late Dr. David Rogers, from whose listings the following is derived.


John Fisher: MS Sources

Bodleian Library

MS Bodl. Lat. Th. d. 15. fos. 115v ff.

British Library

MS Cott. Vitell. B. iv, III

MS Cott. Vitell. B. xx, 98

Public Record Office:

SP1/93. fos. 99-102

Rochester Episcopal Register, County Archive Office, Maidstone. D.R.C./R7, vol. iv, fos. 40-180

St John's College, Cambridge

MS D. 94.507

MS D. 105.41

MS D. 105.43

MS D. 105.51


John Fisher: Primary Works

Early Editions

This treatyse concernynge the fruytfull saynges of Dauyd the kynge & prophete in the seuen penytencyll psalmes. Deuyded in seuen sermons, was made and compyled by the ryght reuerende fader in god Iohan Fyssher doctoure in dyuynyte and bysshop of Rochester at the exortacion and sterynge of the moost excellent princesse Margarete countesse of Rychemount and Derby, & moder to our souerayne lorde kynge Henry thee .vij. (London: Wynkyn de Worde, 16 June 1508). There were seven subsequent editions.

This sermon folowynge was compyled and sayd in the cathedrall chyrche of Saynt Poule. Within the cyte of London by the ryght reuerende fader in god John Bysshop of Rochester, the body beynge present of the moost famouse prynce kynge Henry the .VII. the .X. day of Maye the yere of oure Lorde god .M.CCCCC.IX. whiche sermon was emprynted at the specyall request of the ryght excellent pryncesse Margarete moder unto the sayd noble prynce and Countesse of Rychemonde and Derby (London: Wynkyn de Worde, 1509). 2 edns.

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