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Sunday, September 6, 2009

Cope, Michael (flourished 1557)

Michael was a protestant author, fled from England to escape persecution in the reign of Mary, took refuge in Geneva, where he preached much in French. He was author of "A Faithful and Familiar Exposition of Ecclesiastes," written in French, Geneva, 1557, 4to, with corrections, 1563; and "An Exposition upon Fyrste Chap. of Ye Proverbis of Salomon by Mygchell Coope," which Luke Harrison received license to print in 1564. (From the Dictionary of National Biography, Volume 12 (1887) (see page 167 for entry on Michael Cope)
A Godly and Learned Exposition Upon the Proverbs of Solomon: Written in French by Mr. Michael Cope, Minister of the Word of God, at Geneva: And Translated into English by Marcelline Outred. (1580)
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