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 Wycherley, WilliamWyntoun, Andrew 
E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
Wycliffe, John
(b. Spresswall, near Old Richmond, Yorkshire, 1324; d. Lutterworth, December 31st, 1384). “Wyclyffe’s Wycket” (1546); “The True Copye of a Prolog written about two C Years past by John Wycliffe, the original whereof is founde in an old English Bible, betwixt the Olde Testament and the Newe” (1550); “Two Short Treatises against the Orders of the Begging Friars,” edited, with a Glossary, by Dr. James (1608); “The Last Age of the Church, now first printed from a Manuscript in the University Library, Dublin,” edited, with notes, by Dr. Todd (1840); “An Apology for Lollard Doctrines, attributed to Wickliffe, now first printed from a MS., with an Introduction and Notes,” by Dr. Todd (1842); “Tracts and Treatises of John de Wycliffe, D.D., with selections and translations from his Manuscripts and Latin Works, with an introductory Memoir by Robert Vaughan, D.D.” (1845). See the publications of the Wycliffe Society; “Fasciculi Zizaniorum Magistri Johannis Wycliff,” edited by W. W. Shirley (1858); the Life by P. F. Tytler (1826); the Life by Le Bas (1823); the Life in Foxe’s “Acts and Monuments,” which is also given in vol. i. of Wordsworth’s “Ecclesiastical Biography”; and Lechler’s, translated with notes by Lorimer (1876). Wycliffe’s “Select English Works,” edited by T. Arnold in 1871   1

 Wycherley, WilliamWyntoun, Andrew 


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