Textual Transpositions for Book 10

The Oration of Queene Marie in the Guild Hall ... Mayor for your defence

1563 Edition, page 1339 | 1570 Edition, page 1618 | 1576 Edition, page 1373 | 1583 Edition, page 1442

Another letter ... heauen is thy gayne

1563 Edition, page 988 | 1570 Edition, page 1620 | 1576 Edition, page 1374 | 1583 Edition, page 1444

A Letter written ... the night before she suffered

1563 Edition, page 986 | 1570 Edition, page 1621 | 1576 Edition, page 1376

Heere followeth a certayne effectuall ... holy Ghost be all honour and glory

1563 Edition, page 987 | 1570 Edition, page 1622

These are the wordes ... 12. day of February

1563 Edition, page 986 | 1570 Edition, page 1621 | 1576 Edition, page 1376[Back to Top]

Touching the order and maner of al which things ... gowne, began with a short Preface or Oration

1563 Edition, page 1004 | 1570 Edition, page 1629 | 1576 Edition, page 1383 | 1583 Edition, page 1452

declaring with all his bringing up, and taking degrees in Cambridge, and also how hee was promoted by king Henry, and had bene his counsellor and a Catholicke man

1563 Edition, page 1005 | 1570 Edition, page 1630 | 1576 Edition, page 1384 | 1583 Edition, page 1453

When he had thus spoken his full mind ... graunt and subscribe vnto them

1563 Edition, page 1005 | 1570 Edition, page 1630 | 1576 Edition, page 1384 | 1583 Edition, page 1453

... the Prolocutor ... sayd ... he should dispute in them, and caused a copy of the articles ... and he should have them brought vnto him

1563 Edition, page 1005 | 1570 Edition, page 1631 | 1576 Edition, page 1384 | 1583 Edition, page 1453

Last of all came in M. Latimer in like sort ... suffered by the Prolocutor

1563 Edition, page 1006 | 1570 Edition, page 1631 | 1576 Edition, page 1384 | 1583 Edition, page 1454[Back to Top]

When he had Wednesday appoynted ... disuse & lack of bookes

1563 Edition, page 1006 | 1570 Edition, page 1631 | 1576 Edition, page 1384 | 1583 Edition, page 1454

and so forthwith they put him to scilence ... went to the Crosse Inne to supper

1563 Edition, page 1313 | 1570 Edition, page 1631

On Sonday after, M. Harpsfield preached ... and had a great dinner

1563 Edition, page 1006 | 1570 Edition, page 1631 | 1576 Edition, page 1384 | 1583 Edition, page 1454

They supped at Lincolne Colledge with the Prolocutor ... brought forth in the sayd disputations on both partes

1563 Edition, page 1006 | 1570 Edition, page 1631 | 1576 Edition, page 1384 | 1583 Edition, page 1454

This disordered disputation ... together at the vniuersitie Colledge

1563 Edition, page 1006 | 1570 Edition, page 1644 | 1576 Edition, page 1395 | 1583 Edition, page 1465[Back to Top]

D. Smith disputed, D. Weston ... he knew it as well as they.

1563 Edition, page 1002 | 1570 Edition, page 1644 | 1576 Edition, page 1396 | 1583 Edition, page 1465

The reporte and narration of M. Ridley ... But to complaine of these things further, I will cease

1563 Edition, page 1024 | 1570 Edition, page 1670 | 1576 Edition, page 1417 | 1583 Edition, page 1487

The Commissioners sate in saint Maries church ... four doctours carried the Canopie over him

1563 Edition, page 1003 | 1570 Edition, page 1670 | 1576 Edition, page 1418 | 1583 Edition, page 1487

Doctor Ridley to the Prolcutor ... I canne not but maruaile

1563 Edition, page 1045 | 1570 Edition, page 1671 | 1576 Edition, page 1418 | 1583 Edition, page 1488

Maister Prolocutor, I desire you ... 23 of April, An. 1554

1563 Edition, page 1045 | 1570 Edition, page 1671 | 1576 Edition, page 1418 | 1583 Edition, page 1488[Back to Top]

As touching the foresayde Maister Mantell the elder ... to haue lyfe for dishonouring of God

1570 Edition, page 1676 | 1576 Edition, page 1422 | 1583 Edition, page 1492

An 2. Mariae Boner in his royaltie ... in that ye be dressed in white and green etc.

1563 Edition, page 1346 | 1570 Edition, page 1681 | 1576 Edition, page 1427 | 1583 Edition, page 1496

Vpon the Wednesday folowing being the 28. of November ... R. Southwall

1563 Edition, page 1082 | 1570 Edition, page 1685 | 1576 Edition, page 1430 | 1583 Edition, page 1499

A prayer made by D Weston ... long and prosperous life, thorough christ our Lord, Amen

1563 Edition, page 1083 | 1570 Edition, page 1691 | 1576 Edition, page 1435 | 1583 Edition, page 1504[Back to Top]
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