Textual Transpositions for Book 12

We sayd at the first, that the … which yet were whole and sounde.

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Of these tenne Godly Martyrs of Christe, … Ashford, the xvj. of the same.

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Which Rich. Woodman, by his occupation was an Ironmaker, dwelling in the Parish of Warbleton, … the space of a moneth …

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The second examination of Richard Woodman, … I came againe to the Marshalsee with my Keeper.

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The 6. and last examinations of Richard Woodman … his name be praysed therfore, for euer and euer. Amen.

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And thus haue you the Examinations … or rather Goodman:

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A godly Letter of Richard Woodman … & God the holy Ghost, three persons and one God, to be honoured now and euer. Amen.

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Iohn Kurde Marytr. IN the story before, … he had his pardon by Iesus Christ, &c.

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The Martyrdome and sufferyng of Cicelie Ormes, … therfore be praised for euermore, Amen.

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Moreouer, as touching the sayde M. Rough, this is further to be noted, … before he had done a mischieuous deed.

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Furthermore note that this Mayster Rough being at the burning … where shortly after he was burned hymselfe.

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A note for Cutbert Simsons patience. … also expressed no little solace, in telling and declaring the same.

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Articles seuerally ministred to Cutbert Simson … that he was bounde to aunswere vnto it, as he beleeueth.

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Now as they were goyng to cary hym to theyr … out of the element and parted them.

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The Martyrdome of vj. … His name therfore be praised for euermore, Amen.

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In effigiem Boneri, carmen. … their liues restore againe.

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In Bonerum CArnificis nomen … Te feriant meritis munera digna precor.

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The scourging of Thomas Hinshaw. … the Lord therefore bee praysed, Amen.

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… one Iohn Milles … Who was brother to the foresayd R. Milles … So subscribed he to the bill, and returned home.

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First, Richarde Sharpe, Weauer, of Bristowe, … with confessing the articles of our christian fayth.

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Then the sayd Iohn Hunt and Richard White, after many examinations … Queene Elizabeth: and so were set at liberty.

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Amongest those that were persecuted & miserably imprisoned … his name be euer praysed therefore. Amen.

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The fift day of the moneth of Nouember, … they sayd his senses of feeling were past him.

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AT what tyme this blessed Martyr of Christe suffered, … for the confession of his fayth. an. 1560.

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whipped and scourged by the aduersaryes of Gods worde, … I would surely cut out his tongue.

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In like maner was ordered Ste. Cotton, … Your brother, Steuen Cotton.

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IN this societie of the scourged professors of Christ, … did most cruelly whip him.

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OVer and besides these aboue mentioned, was one Roberte Williams, … can mooue the heartes of mercilesse Papists?

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MOreouer, there was one Edward Grewe priest, … did what she could to succour him.

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WIlliam Browne, Parson of Little Stanham, … and receiue their Sacrament of the aultare.

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The History of Simon Grinaeus … we may fulfill and do the office of our vocation.

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what trouble of minde, and what danger of death … Therefore now to enter into the

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the Ladye Elizabeth and the Lord Courtney … all traitors and offenders customably vsed to land,

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And if it be (quoth she) for my cause, … it was well sayde of him, and thereupon departed.

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It would make a pittiful and strange story, … and should in his house be merry.

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After this, sir Henry went vp into a chamber, … considering that shee had offended her highnesse.

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About this time, her Grace was requested … sente for shortlye after to come to Hampton Court.

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… wrote these Verses … Quoth Elizabeth prisoner.

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… Syr Henry Benifield and hys souldiours, wyth the Lorde of Tame, … followed the death of Queene Mary,

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What a stroke of Gods hand … as he had receiued the Cardinals blessing.

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About the which tyme also followed the vnprepared death of Doctour Geffrey … prouiding for his poore seruauntes in tyme.

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Before in the story of M. Bradford. … attached himselfe, arraegned, and hanged.

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Amonge other persecutours also came to our handes … Swingfield, and the other three that came to take her.

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The story of one Drayner of Kent, … & glad of his neighbors good will.

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The burning of Iames Baynham. … legges and hys armes (as I sayd) were halfe consumed.

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The trouble of Humfrey Mummuth, Alderman of London. … and they loued as well as euer they dyd afore.

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The Conference or Disceptation … Gest in Rochester, Barlo in Chi. &c.

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A note of William Plane. … hath bene in the like cause.

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A note of Lady Iane. … rest of that christian profession.

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The copy of Queene Maries letters to the Duke of Northfolke. … In hast.

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Another note of M. Ridley. … filthy dregs of Antichristian seruice.

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A note of Bish. Farrer. … spoke himselfe, he could not.

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A note of William Gie. … was sent with them to see it done.

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A note of Michaels wyfe. … to teache both you and me.

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The history of Iohn Alcocke. … and made them white in the bloude of the lambe.

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Certayne Cautions of the Authour to the Reader, … a little paynes with thine owne hand to amend them.

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Notes omitted of them that were burnt at Bristowe.

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The trouble and Martyrdome of a godly poore woman which suffred at Exeter. … For whose constancie God be euerlastingly praysed. Amen. ...

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The martirdome of one Snel, … was straytly layd for hym in all the country ouer.

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