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written by Rudolf Gwalther, 1519-1586 (Emden, Lower Saxony: Christophor Trutheall (Publisher), 1546), 400 page(s)
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A declaration of the reverend father in Christ Thomas Archbishop of Canterbury, concerning the untrue report and slander of some, which reported, that he should set up again the mass in Canterbury.
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written by Thomas Cranmer, 1489-1556; edited by John Edmund Cox (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University, 1553), 3 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].
written by Thomas Cranmer, 1489-1556; edited by John Edmund Cox (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University, 1553), 3 page(s)
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A funerall oratyon made the xiiii. day of January by John Hoper, the yere of our salvation, 1549. upon the texte wrytyne in the Revelatyone of Sayncte Johne. ca. 14.
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written by John Hooper, 1495-1555; edited by Samuel Carr (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University, 1549), 14 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, 1549), 14 page(s)
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An homily to be read in the time of pestilence and a most present remedy for the same.
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written by John Hooper, 1495-1555; edited by Charles Nevison (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University, 1553), 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, 1553), 19 page(s)
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The morning exercises at Cripplegate, Volume IV.
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written by Samuel Annesley, 1620-1696; edited by James Nichols (London, England: Thomas Tegg (Publisher), 1682), 628 page(s)
This document is drawn from: The morning exercises at Cripplegate, St. Giles in the Fields, and in Southwark: being divers sermons, preached A.D. MDCLIX--MDCLXXXIX. By several ministers of the Gospel in or near London. [London: 1844].
written by Samuel Annesley, 1620-1696; edited by James Nichols (London, England: Thomas Tegg (Publisher), 1682), 628 page(s)
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The morning exercises at Cripplegate, volume v.
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written by Samuel Annesley, 1620-1696; edited by James Nichols (London, England: Thomas Tegg (Publisher), 1659), 735 page(s)
This document is drawn from: The morning exercises at Cripplegate, St. Giles in the fields, and in Southwark: being divers sermons, preached A.D. MDCLIX--MDCLXXXIX. By several ministers of the Gospel in or near London. [London: 1844].
written by Samuel Annesley, 1620-1696; edited by James Nichols (London, England: Thomas Tegg (Publisher), 1659), 735 page(s)
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written by John Preston, 1587-1628 (London, England: Nicholas Bourne (Publisher), 1629), 588 page(s)
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written by Anthony Tuckney, 1599-1670 (Amsterdam, North Holland: Steven Swart (Publisher), 1679), 676 page(s)
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written by John Owen, 1616-1683 (Oxford, England: Leonard Lichfield (Publisher), 1652), 56 page(s)
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Sermones aliquot Pii. A Martino Luthero lingua vernacula perscripti, Latinitate donati.
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written by Martin Luther, 1483-1546 (Wittenberg, Saxony-Anhalt: Hans Lufft (Publisher), 1521), 230 page(s)
This document is drawn from: Opera omnia Domini Martini Lutheri. [Wittenberg: 1557].
written by Martin Luther, 1483-1546 (Wittenberg, Saxony-Anhalt: Hans Lufft (Publisher), 1521), 230 page(s)
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