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Friar Forrest executed for rebelling against the King's Supre-

179

The History of the Worthy Martyr of God, John Lambert,

otherwise named Nicholson; with his Troubles, Examina-

tions, and Answers, as well before Warham, Archbishop of

Canterbury, and other Bishops, as also before King Henry,

by whom at length he was condemned to Death, and burned

in Smithfield, 1538; also Articles laid to Lambert

181

The Answer of John Lambert to the Forty-five Articles 184

A Treatise of John Lambert upon the Sacrament, addressed to

the King

237

The Death of Robert Packington, with the Burning of Collins

in London, and of Cowbridge at Oxford .

251

Putteden and Leiton, Martyrs .

253

The Burning of N. Peke, at Ipswich .

254

A Letter of King Henry to the Emperor, containing his Rea-

sons for refusing to take part in the Council of Vincenza 255

- Certain Injunctions set forth by the authority of the King,

against English Books, Sects, and Sacramentaries also; with

the putting down the Day of Thomas Becket

258

The variable Changes and Mutations in Religion in King

260

- The Act of the Six Articles ; the Penalties upon them, with the

Oath of the Commissioners

262

Allegations against the Six Articles : and first of Transubstan-

tiation.

265

The Words of Elfric, written to Wulfsine, Bishop of Sher-

bourne, against Transubstantiation

275

Another Epistle of Elfric, Archbishop of Canterbury, to Wulf-

stane, Archbishop of York; in Saxon, with the English 276

A Sermon translated out of Latin into the Saxon Tongue, by

Elfric, against Transubstantiation, A.D. 996 : followed by the

English Translation

280

Verses in praise of Berengarius

296

The Words of the Council whereby Transubstantiation was

first established .

297

The Second Article: of both kinds

299

The Third Article : of Private Masses, Trental Masses, and

Dirige Masses

302

The Fourth and Fifth Articles : of Vows and Priests' Mar-

riage

304

The Epistle of Volusianus, Bishop of Carthage, for Priests’

Marriage, translated from the Latin ; with two Latin Epi-

stles

315

Answer to Anselm's Reasons against Priests' Marriage

The Sixth Article : touching Auricular Confession

348

A Copy of Philip Melancthon's fruitful Epistle, sent to King

Henry, against the cruel Act of the Six Articles

350

A Note out of an old Martyrology of Canterbury; also another, 358

An Act against Fornication of Priests

359

The History concerning the Life, Acts, and Death of the

famous and worthy Councillor, Lord Thomas Cromwell,

Earl of Essex

362

The Effect and Contents of the Boston Pardons .

364

Cromwell's Oration to the Bishops assembled in the Convoca-

tion House

379

The Archbishop of Canterbury's Oration to the Bishops, fol-

lowed by that of Alexander Alesius, and of Foxe, Bishop

of Hereford.

380

The Answer of the Bishop of London against Alesius

383

The Story of one Frebarn's Wife longing for a piece of Meat

in Lent

385

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How the Lord Cromwell helped Cranmer's Secretary

388

The Lord Cromwell not forgetting his old Friends and Bene-

factors.

391

A notable Story of the Lord Cromwell and an Italian

392

Lord Cromwell's Words on the Scaffold ; with the Prayer that

he said at the Hour of his Death

402

A Booke entitled “The Fantassie of Idolatrie"

404

Of the Bible in English, printed in the Large Volume : also of

Edmund Bonner preferred to the Bishopric of London, by

means of the Lord Cromwell

410

The King's Brief for setting up the Bible; with a Letter of

Edmund Bonner, for the execution of the King's Writ . 412

The History of Robert Barnes, Thomas Garret, and William

Jerome, Divines

414

The Story of Thomas Garret, or Gerrard, and of his Trouble at

Oxford ; testified and recorded by Anthony Dalaber, who

was there present the same time

421

Articles objected against Thomas Garret, some time Parish

Priest, Curate of All-Hallows in Honey Lane

427

The Life and Story of William Jerome, Vicar of Stepney, and

Martyr of Christ

429

The Story of Barnes, Jerome, and Garret, continued; with

the Causes of their Martyrdom .

430

Winchester's Articles against Barnes

432

The Protestation of Dr. Barnes at the Stake

434

The Exhortation of Jerome to the People, and the concluding

Protestation of Thomas Garret.

437

A Note of Three Papists, Powel, Fetherstone, and Abel, exe-

cuted at this same time

438

A Note how Bonner sat in the Guildhall in Commission for the

Six Articles : also of the Condemning of Mekins .

440

Richard Spencer, Ramsey, and Hewet, Martyrs, who suffered

at Salisbury

443

A brief Table of the Troubles at London, in the time of the

Six Articles; containing the Persons presented, with the

Causes of their Persecution .

ibid.

Certain Places or Articles gathered out of Alexander Seton's

Sermons by his Adversaries.

449

The Story of John Porter, cruelly martyred for reading the
Bible in St. Paul's

451

A Note of one Thomas Sommers, imprisoned for the Gospel . 452

Thomas Bernard and James Morton, Martyrs; also Master

Barber who recanted

454

A merry and pleasant Narration, touching a false fearful

Imagination of Fire, raised among the Doctors and Masters

of Oxford, in St. Mary's Church, at the Recantation of

Master Malary, Master of Arts of Cambridge

455

The King divorced from the Lady Anne of Cleves, and married

to the Lady Katherine Howard, his fifth Wife

461

The King's Letter to Archbishop Cranmer, for the Abolish-

ing of Idolatry; also a Proclamation concerning eating

White Meats, &c.

463

The Trouble and Persecution of four Windsor Men, Robert

Testwood, Henry Filmer, Anthony Peerson, and John

Marbeck, for Righteousness' sake, and for the Gospel 464

The Original of Robert Testwood's Trouble, with other causes

of the same

465

The Original of Henry Filmer's Trouble, followed by that of

Anthony Peerson

470

The Examinations of John Marbeck .

474

The Suit of Marbeck’s Wife to the Bishop of Winchester, for

her Husband

480

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Other Examinations of Marbeck

The Suit of Filmer's Wife, to the Bishops who sat in Com-

mission, for her Husband

485

The Martyrdom of Peerson, Testwood, and Filmer ; with the

manner of their' Condemnation, and how they died :also

the sparing of Marbeck after he was sentenced to Death 486

How all the Adversaries' Conspiracies were known .

494

An Answer to the Cavilling Adversaries, touching John

Marbeck .

496

The Persecution in Calais, with the Martyrdom of George

Bucker, otherwise called Adam Damlip, and others. 497

Part of a Speech delivered by Thomas Brook, in the Lower

House, on the Bill of the Six Articles

503

Master Hale, of Gray's Inn, in Reply to Brook

504

The Story of William Smith, Curate; also the Trouble of

John Butler, Commissary; and the Recantation of divers

Calais Men

511

A new Commission appointed and sent over to Calais, with

the Second Trouble of Thomas Brook, William Stevens,

and others

514

The Second Apprehension of Adam Damlip; with his Mar-

tyrdom

520

The Story of a Poor labouring Man, and also of one Dodd, à

Scotchman, burned at Calais

523

The Story of William Crossbowmaker, bearing a Billet in

Calais ; followed by an Example of Dr. London's Despite

against the Gospellers, as also the Fidelity of a Matron to

her Husband.

525

Qualifications of the Act of the Six Articles

526

The Recantation of John Heywood

· 528

Kerby, and Roger Clarke, of Suffolk, Martyrs

530

The Bill set upon the Town-house Door at Ipswich, the Night

before they were condemned

533

The King's Oration to the Parliament-House, with Notes

thereupon

534

The two Examinations of the worthy Servant of God, Mistress

Anne Askew, daughter of Sir William Askew, knight, of

Lincolnshire: martyred in Smithfield for the constant and

faithful Testimony of the Truth

537

The latter Apprehension and Examination of the worthy

Martyr of God, Mistress Anne Askew, before the King at

Greenwich

543

“ The Confession of me Anne Askew, for the Time I was at

Newgate"

545

The Sum of her Condemnation, her Letter to the Lord Chan-

cellor, and her Faith; with her Cruel Handling and Rack-

ing after her Condemnation

546

Anne Askew's Answer to John Lacels, followed by her Purga-

tion, her Confession of Faith, and her Prayer

548

The Martyrdom of John Lacels, John Adams, and Nicholas

Belenian; followed by a Letter of Lacels, written out of Prison 551

Verses on Anne Askew; also the Story of one Rogers, Martyr,

burned in Smithfield

553

The Story of Queen Katherine Parr, late Queen and Wife to

King Henry the Eighth : wherein appeareth in what Danger

she was for the Gospel, by means of Stephen Gardiner, and

others of his Conspiracy; and how gloriously she was pre-

served by her kind and loving Husband the King

ibid.

A Discourse touching a certain Policy used by Stephen Gar-

diner, in staying King Henry from redressing certain Abuses

in the Church ; also a Communication concerning the Re-

formation of Religion as well in France as in England . . 561

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A brief Narration of the Trouble of Sir George Blage . 564

A Proclamation for abolishing English Books, after the

Death of Anne Askew; with the Names of the prohibited

Books

565

Heresies and Errors collected by the Bishops out of the Book

of Tyndale, named “ The Wicked Mammon".

570

Other Heresies and Errors from “The Obedience of a Christian

Man

577

Others also from “The Revelation of Antichrist"

582

Others also from “ The Sum of the Scripture

592

A Private Letter of the King to Bishop Bonner

605

A History touching the Persecution in Scotland, with the

Names of those who suffered after the time of Patrick Hamel-

ton; especially concerning Sir John Borthwike, knight, with

his Articles and Answers

607

The Story of Thomas Forret, Priest, and his Fellows

621

The Manner of Persecution used by the Cardinal of Scotland,

against certain Persons in St. John's Town, or Perth . 623

The Condemnation of Master George Wisehart, Gentleman,

who suffered for the Faith of Christ at St. Andrews, in

Scotland, A.D. 1546 ; with his Articles and Answers . 625

Brief Account of the Sermon of Dean Winryme, followed by

the Examination of Wisehart

627

The just Judgment of God upon Archbishop Beaton, with the

Story and Martyrdom of Adam Wallace in Scotland 636

The Schisms that arose in Scotland for the Pater-Noster 641

The Martyrdom of the blessed Servant of God, Walter Mille,

with his Articles

644

Persecution in Kent. A Table of certain true Servants of

God, and Martyrs, omitted, who were burned in the Diocese

of Canterbury, under Archbishop Warham; with the Names

of their Persecutors and Accusers.

647

The Order and Form of Process used against these Martyrs ;

and, first, of William Carder, A.D. 1511

648

Three divers sorts of Judgments amongst the Papists, against

Heretics as they call them

652

The Martyrdom of Launcelot, Jonn Painter, and Giles Ger-

mane: also of one Stile, burned in Smithfield with the

Apocalypse :

655

The Sentence of Pope Clement against the Divorce of Queen

Katherine

658

A Copy of the Bull of Pope Leo X., no less slanderous than

barbarous, against Martin Luther and his Doctrine 660

The Answer of Martin Luther to the same

.672

The Tenor and Form of the Appeal of Martin Luther from

Pope Leo to the next general Council

688

The Death of King Henry VIII. with the manner thereof. 689

A Tragical History of certain Friars in France, in the City of

Orleans, A.D. 1534 .

693

Bonner's Letter to Cloney, Keeper of the Coal-house for the

abolishing of Images

695

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A Letter of Edmund Bonner to the Bishop of Westminster,

concerning the abolishing of Candles, Ashes, and Palms,

and other Ceremonies

716

Letter of the Council to the Archbishop of Canterbury, for the

abolishing of Images; followed by one from Edmund

Bonner

. 717

Letters Missive from the Council to the Bishops, concerning

the Communion to be ministered in both kinds

719

Substance of the Petition of the Lords and Commons, in Par-

liament assembled, to the King

721

Letters to and from Edmund Bonner, concerning the Abro-

gating of Private Masses; especially the Apostles' Mass 723

An Admonition of Lord Chancellor Rich to Justices of the

Peace .

724

A Letter from the Council rebuking Bonner for Negligence in

setting out the Service Book; with Bonner's Letter to the

Dean and Chapter

726

Certain Private Injunctions, Admonitions, and Articles given

to Bonner by the Council

729

Articles of the Commons of Devonshire and Cornwall to the

King; with the King's Answer

731

Matter concerning Edmund Bonner, Bishop of London, with

Declaration of the Acts and Process entered against him in

King Edward's time

741

The King's Letter to the Commissioners concerning the Recan-

tation and Pardoning of Bonner

743

Matters put to Bonner to redress ; with special points to be

treated by him, in his Sermon

745

The Denunciation of John Hooper and William Latimer,

against Bonner, to the King's Majesty, for leaving undone

the points before mentioned

747

The King's Commission for the Examination of Bishop Bonner. 748

The First Act or Session against Bishop Bonner, by the King's

Commissioners; with the Tenor and form of his Protestation. 750

The Second Appearance of Bonner at Lambeth ; with his

Answer to the Denunciation of Latimer and Hooper . 754

The Third Session against Bishop Bonner

763

The Answer of Bonner to the Articles objected to him by the

King's Commissioners the first time

766

Certain Interrogatories exhibited by Bonner against the

Witnesses, upon the Articles above mentioned .

770

A certain Declaration of the King, respecting his former

Commission, with Licence given to the Commissioners, as

well to determine as to hear, in the case of Bonner

773

The Fourth Session in the Hall at Lambeth ; with matter

exhibited by Bonner why he ought not to be convicted . . 774

The Information given against Hugh Latimer by Bonner . . 777

Interrogatories educed and ministered by Bonner against the

Witnesses

780

The Fifth Session against Bonner, with his Answers . 781

The Recusation of the Judgment of Thomas Smith made by

Bishop Bonner .

783

The First Appellation intimated by Edmund Bonner

785

The Sixth Session; in the Great Hall at Lambeth

. 788

The Second Appeal of Bonner, with a Letter to the Lord Mayor 790

The Seventh Session, at Lambeth; with Bishop Bonner's

Declaration to the Commissioners; his Third Appeal, and

his Supplication to the Chancellor

792

His Sentence of Deprivation, Supplication, and other Docu-

ments.

. 797

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