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John Wyclife, Tracts and Treatises of John de Wycliffe 
Tracts and Treatises of John de Wycliffe, D.D. with Selections and Translations from his Manuscripts , and Latin Works. Edited for The Wycliffe Society, with an Introductory Memoir, by the Rev. Robert Vaughan, D.D. (London: Blackburn and Pardon, 1845).
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A translation of some of Wyclif’s shorter Latin works, his Treatise Trialogus, his Treatise against Orders of Friars, and other shorter works.
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- Part I.: Facts and Observations Concerning the Life of Wycliffe.
- Part II.: On the Writings of Wycliffe Still In Manuscript.
- Book I.: On the Writings of Wycliffe Still In Manuscript.
- Section I.
- Section II.: On the Remaining Writings of Wycliffe Still In Manuscript, and Including Such Works As Are Known Only By Their Titles.
- Book II. Wycliffe’s Latin Treatise, Trialogus
- Section I.: Being Some Account of the First, Second, and Third Books of the Trialogus.
- Section II.: Chapters Translated From the Fourth Book of the Trialogus Relating to the Doctrine of the Sacraments, the Hierarchy, and the Religious Orders.
- Part III.: A Treatise of John Wycliffe Against the Orders of Friars.
- A Complaint of John Wycliffe, Exhibited to the King and Parliament.
- Wyckliffe’s Wyckett, Which He Made In King Richard’s Days the Second.
- Why Poor Priests Have No Benefices.
- Answer of Wycliffe to Richard the Second, As Touching the Right and Title of the King and the Pope. a
- Letter of Wycliffe In Excuse to Pope Urban VI. A
- Confession of Wycliffe Concerning the Eucharist.
- Confession On the Eucharist, Delivered to the Delegates At Oxford, In 1382. A