The Christian's ABC: Catechisms and Catechizing in England C.1530-1740

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APPENDIX 2

The Sample of Catechisms Used in Chapters 7-12

Below are listed the abbreviations used to describe the fifty-nine forms in the sample,
and the bibliographical details of the copy of each work that has been used. For the
earliest surviving edition of each work, see Appendix 1.

Ball, Catechisme A. F. Mitchell, Catechisms of the Second Refor-
mation (1886)
, 67-91, an accurate reprint of the
1642 edition of John Ball A short catechisme
containing all the principles
, Wing2 B563.
----- Treatise John Ball, A short treatise contayning all the prin-
cipall grounds (1635)
, STC2 1318. This is the
larger version of Ball's catechism with exposi-
tions of each answer.
Bernard, Common catechisme Richard Bernard, The common catechisme
(1630)
, STC2 1929. For Bernard's other cate-
chisms, see Appendix 1.
Boughen, Exposition Edward Boughen, A short exposition of the cate-
chism of the Church of England (1668)
, Wing2
B3818, the text of which is the same as in the
first edition of 1646 entitled Principles of Reli-
gion
(B3816).
Bradshaw, 'Brief forme' W[illiam] B[radshaw], ' "A brief forme of triall"',
printed after his A direction for the weaker sort of
Christians (1609)
, STC2 3510; this publication also
contains Hildersham ' "Doctrine"', q.v. below.
Calvin, Catechisme Jean Calvin, The catechisme or manner to teache
children the christian religion
( Geneva, 1556),
STC2 4380. This was reprinted in facsimile as
part of the English Experience series, no. 46
( Amsterdam, 1968).
Cartwright, 'Catechisme'[ Thomas Cartwright], ' "The catechisme"',
printed at the end of J. Dod and R. Cleaver, A
plaine and familar exposition of the ten commande-
ments (1622)
, STC2 6975. For Cartwright's
authorship, see Appendix 1.

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