City Readers Digital Historic Collections at the New York Society Library
A martyrologie, containing a collection of all the persecutions which have befallen the Church of England since the first plantation of the Gospel to the end of Queen Maries reign. Whereunto are added the lives of Jasper Coligni Admiral of France, who was slain in the massacre of Paris. And of Joane Queen of Navarre, who died of poyson a few dayes before that bloody massacre. Togeher [sic] with the lives of ten of our English divines, famous in their generations for learning, piety, parts, and for their sufferings in the cause of Christ. By Samuel Clarke, pasto of Bennet Fink London.
London: Printed by T. Ratcliffe and E. Mottershed, and are to be sold by John Browne at the guilded Acorn, neer the little north-doore in Pauls Church-yard , 1652.
Volume numbers are recorded as they appear in the charging ledgers, and may not correspond to the number of volumes listed in the Library's 19th century catalogs.
Not in Collection
|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|Samuel Bard||Volume 2||4/7/1791||4/18/1791||Clark|
|Joseph Pierson||1/31/1792||2/25/1792||Clarkes Martyrolog|
|Joseph Hallett||10/9/1800||10/22/1800||Clarke's Martyrolo.|
|Ahasuerus Turk||9/27/1804||10/5/1804||Clarke's Martyrol.|
|William Underhill||1/14/1805||1/30/1805||Clarkes Martyrolo.|
|Daniel Phoenix||3/27/1805||3/30/1805||Clarks Martyrol|