Ecclesiastical Memorials, Relating Chiefly to Religion, and the Reformation of it: pt. 2. Historical memorials ... of Queen Mary I ... A catalogue of letters, speeches, proclamations, records, and other valuable mss. papers and monuments, relating to the history of the reign, and to which reference is made in the foregoing memorials. A table of letters, proclamations, speeches, records, tracts, &c. preserved in the foregoing catalogue
At the Clarendon Press, 1822
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Página 400 - I renounce and refuse, as things written with my hand, contrary to the truth which I thought in my heart, and written for fear of death, and to save my life if it might be ; and that is, all such bills...
Página 21 - O England, England, if thou obstinately wilt return into Egypt; that is, if thou contract marriage, confederacy or league with such princes as do maintain and advance idolatry (such as the Emperor, which is no less enemy unto Christ than ever was Nero...
Página 474 - Nicolas, archbishop of York, primate of England, and legate of the apostolic see, and lord chancellor of England, assisted with these bishops following : Edm.
Página 366 - I prophesied truly to you before the sweating sickness came on you, what would come if you repented not your carnal gospelling. And now I tell you, before I depart hence, that the ears of men will tingle to hear the vengeance of God that will fall upon you all, both town and university, if you repent not, if you leave not your idolatry, if you turn not speedily to the Lord, if you still are ashamed of Christ's truth which you know.
Página 379 - England only, but among other nations) flourish since the time of the Apostles, who preached the gospel more sincerely, purely, and honestly, than HUGH LATIMER, Bishop of Worcester** — Apometxis Cetluinniamtm . . quibus JOANNES COCLEUS&c., f.
Página 399 - I did or said in my whole life ; and that is, the setting abroad of a writing contrary to the truth : which now here I renounce and refuse, as things written .with my hand, contrary to the truth, which I thought in my heart, and were written for fear of death...
Página 40 - ... cannot now hide that religion, which God and the world knoweth she hath ever professed from her infancy hitherto. Which as her majesty is minded to observe and maintain for herself by God's grace, during her time ; so doth her highness much desire, and would be glad the same were of all her subjects quietly and charitably entertained.
Página 588 - ... flocks left destitute of their faithful pastors, some of the laity, tradesmen or others, endued with parts and some learning, used in that distress to read the Scriptures to the rest in their meetings, and the letters of the martyrs and prisoners, and other good books; also to pray with them, and exhort them to stand fast, and to comfort and establish them in the confession of Christ, to the death.
Página 36 - Turnstal and Bonner, Hethe and Day, let loose, as it were, especially two of them, to worry the poor flock ; though these had been before represented by their friends under very fair characters: as, that they were reformable; that they were meet instruments for a commonwealth ; that they were not so obstinate and malicious as they were judged, neither that they thirsted for the blood of any man. But though they were thus studiously reported under the former reign, or did so give out themselves to...