Vita Reginaldi Poli: Cardinalis ac Cantuariensis Archiepiscopi; et Acta Disceptationis Inter Legatos Angliae & Galliae in Concilio Constantiensi
Vita Reginaldi Poli: Cardinalis ac Cantuariensis Archiepiscopi; et acta disceptationis inter legatos Angliae & Galliae in concilio Constantiensi, de utriusque gentis dignitate & praerogativa; in conciliorum Tomis desiderata. Libri rarissimi, olim quidem editi, sed paucis noti, ac nullis facile obvii
Lodovico Beccadelli; Robert Wingfield, Sir; Andras Dudith; Henry Wharton
Tho. Bennet, in Coemeterio D. Pauli; Adamson, 1690
Bound in modern tan calf, in contemporary style. Handsome binding and cover. Red spine label. Blind tooling. Latin. , 108, , 70,  p. Clean, unmarked pages.
Beccadelli was the secretary to Pole and considered the first secretary authority for the facts of the Archbishop's life. Pole (1500-1558) received early preferment in the Church, but fell foul of Henry VIII over the question of the royal divorce and in 1539 an Act of Attainder was passed against him and his family, leading to the execution of his mother in 1541. His attainder was removed upon the death of Edward VI and he became papal legate to England. He was consecrated Archbishop of Canterbury in 1557. The work was first published in 1563 in Venice. Wing B1641.