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The acts of Christ and of Antichrist.
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written by Thomas Becon, 1512-1567; edited by John Ayre (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University, 1564), 41 page(s)
This document is drawn from: Prayers and other pieces of Thomas Becon. Edited for the Parker Society. [Cambridge: 1844]. Note: This work was first published in the Folio version of Becon's Works in 1564.
written by Thomas Becon, 1512-1567; edited by John Ayre (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University, 1564), 41 page(s)
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An answer to Sir Thomas More's Dialogue, The supper of the Lord after the true meaning of John VI. and 1 Cor. XI. and Wm. Tracy's testament expounded.
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written by William Tyndale, 1494-1536; edited by Henry Walter (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University, 1531), 287 page(s)
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An answer to the Bishop of Winchester's book.
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written by John Hooper, 1495-1555; edited by Samuel Carr (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University, 1547), 152 page(s)
This document is drawn from: Early writings of John Hooper, D.D. Lord Bishop of Gloucester and Worcester, martyr, 1555. Edited for the Parker Society. [Cambridge: 1843].
written by John Hooper, 1495-1555; edited by Samuel Carr (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University, 1547), 152 page(s)
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An answer unto a crafty and sophistical cavillation, devised by Stephen Gardiner, doctor of law, late Bishop of Winchester, against the true and godly doctrine of the most holy sacrament of the body and blood of our saviour Jesus Christ.
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written by Thomas Cranmer, 1489-1556; edited by John Edmund Cox (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University, 1551), 388 page(s)
This document is drawn from: Writings and disputations of Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury, martyr 1556, relative to the sacrament of the Lord's Supper. Edited for the Parker Society. [Cambridge: 1844].
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Answers to Popish questions.
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written by James Pilkington, 1520-1576; edited by James Scholefield, 1789-1853 (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University, 1563), 32 page(s)
This document is drawn from: The works of James Pilkington, B.D., Lord Bishop of Durham. Edited for the Parker Society. [Cambridge: 1842].
written by James Pilkington, 1520-1576; edited by James Scholefield, 1789-1853 (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University, 1563), 32 page(s)
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Answers to the fifteen articles of the rebels, Devon, anno 1549.
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written by Thomas Cranmer, 1489-1556; edited by John Edmund Cox (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University, 1549), 25 page(s)
This document is drawn from: Miscellaneous writings and letters of Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury, martyr, 1556. Edited for the Parker Society. [Cambridge: 1846.]
written by Thomas Cranmer, 1489-1556; edited by John Edmund Cox (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University, 1549), 25 page(s)
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An apology made by the reverend father and constant martyr of Christ John Hooper late Bishop of Gloucester and Worcester against the untrue and slanderous report that he should be a maintainer and encourager of such as cursed the Queen's Highness that then was, Queen Mary. Wherein thou shalt see this godly man's innocency and modest behaviour, and the falsehood and subtlety of the adversaries of God's truth.
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written by John Hooper, 1495-1555; edited by Charles Nevison (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University, 1562), 19 page(s)
This document is drawn from: Later writings of Bishop Hooper, together with his letters and other pieces. Edited for the Parker Society. [Cambridge: 1852].
written by John Hooper, 1495-1555; edited by Charles Nevison (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University, 1562), 19 page(s)
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An apology, or answer, in defence of the Church of England.
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written by John Jewel, 1522-1571; edited by John Ayre (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University, 1562), 60 page(s)
This document is drawn from: The works of John Jewel, Bishop of Salisbury. Edited for the Parker Society. [Cambridge: 1848].
written by John Jewel, 1522-1571; edited by John Ayre (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University, 1562), 60 page(s)
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Appeal at his degradation before Doctor Thurlby and Doctor Boner coming with a new commission to sit upon the Archbishop the 14th day of February.
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written by Thomas Cranmer, 1489-1556; edited by John Edmund Cox (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University, 1556), 6 page(s)
This document is drawn from: Miscellaneous writings and letters of Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury, martyr 1556. Edited for the Parker Society. [Cambridge: 1846.]
written by Thomas Cranmer, 1489-1556; edited by John Edmund Cox (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University, 1556), 6 page(s)
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Appendix and index to the collection.
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written by Thomas Cranmer, 1489-1556; edited by John Edmund Cox (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University, 1846), 133 page(s)
This document is drawn from: Miscellaneous writings and letters of Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury, martyr 1556. Edited for the Parker Society. [Cambridge: 1846.]
written by Thomas Cranmer, 1489-1556; edited by John Edmund Cox (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University, 1846), 133 page(s)
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