Author:William Bathe

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William Bathe
Irish jesuit priest


  • A Brief Introduction to the True Art of Music, wherein are set down exact and easy Rules, with arguments and their solution, for such as seek to know the reason of the truth (1584)
  • A Preparation for the administering of the Sacrament with greater Facility, and Fruit of Repentance, than hath been already done (1604), (in Spanish, under the name Peter Maurique)
  • Janua linguarum, sive Modus maxime accommodatus, quo patefit aditus ad omnes linguas intelligendas (1611)
  • A Methodical Institution concerning the chief Mysteries of the Christian Religion (anonymously)
  • Method for the performing of general Confession

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