Textual Transpositions for Book 8

Upon the daye that was appointed for hum...saintes for ever and ever. Amen.

1563 Edition, page 625 | 1570 Edition, page 1323 | 1576 Edition, page 1122 | 1583 Edition, page 1147

Of the Bible in Englishe Printed in the large volume... and entered into other talke.

1563 Edition, page 676 | 1570 Edition, page 1401 | 1576 Edition, page 1186 | 1583 Edition, page 1214

The acte or processe or certain articles againste syr Ihon Borthwicke...as shallbe dew unto men in such behalfe

1563 Edition, page 630 | 1583 Edition, page 1282

Now first tooching the behaviour of Kyrby and Roger...and none other to be used through out the whole room

1563 Edition, page 710 | 1570 Edition, page 1449 | 1576 Edition, page 1226 | 1583 Edition, page 1255

Also in this yeare 1546 was Kyrby and Roger Clarke...which both in the lattre end shall appeare

1563 Edition, page 710 | 1570 Edition, page 1449 | 1576 Edition, page 1226 | 1583 Edition, page 1254[Back to Top]

Now we will passe over the priest...Colchester in the year 1558

1563 Edition, page 681 | 1570 Edition, page 1449 | 1576 Edition, page 1226 | 1583 Edition, page 1254

Concerning the nexte yeare following, we...paulinum, tempore concionis ibidem

1563 Edition, page 683 | 1583 Edition, page 1254

A notable and famous example of fidelity...much more gentle and meeke towarde suche kinds of men

1563 Edition, page 682 | 1570 Edition, page 1447 | 1576 Edition, page 1224 | 1583 Edition, page 1253

This manne was a monk of Aye in the county of Suffolk...in the yeare of our Lord 1537

1563 Edition, page 626 | 1570 Edition, page 1331 | 1576 Edition, page 1130 | 1583 Edition, page 1154

Neither was our Cardinal here in England...Emperour to reskewe the Pope

1563 Edition, page 491 | 1570 Edition, page 1162 | 1576 Edition, page 986 | 1583 Edition, page 1011[Back to Top]

In this yere Robert Packington...but none could be found fouty

1563 Edition, page 581 | 1570 Edition, page 1330 | 1576 Edition, page 1129 | 1583 Edition, page 1153

we have heare to speake of certayne Articles obiected against him to the nombre of...Who be with us and grant the truth to be knowen. Amen.

1563 Edition, page 590 | 1570 Edition, page 1294 | 1576 Edition, page 1099 | 1583 Edition, page 1124

This forest was an observant friar...so ungodly or unquietly ended his ended his life

1563 Edition, page 627 | 1570 Edition, page 1293 | 1576 Edition, page 1098 | 1583 Edition, page 1123

About this time or not much over, Cardinal Pole...infinite mercie, that you do not. Amen.

1563 Edition, page 669 | 1570 Edition, page 1251 | 1576 Edition, page 1061 | 1583 Edition, page 1088

Here ensueth a brief somary or collection....waxe, and money to stockes and stones

1563 Edition, page 525 | 1570 Edition, page 1176 | 1576 Edition, page 999 | 1583 Edition, page 1023[Back to Top]

The accusation of Maister George Wysehart mighte not with hold from piteous mourning and c┼Źplaining of this innocent Lambes slaughter.

1563 Edition, page 704 | 1570 Edition, page 1483 | 1576 Edition, page 1255 | 1583 Edition, page 1290

Here also we may annexe a certeine man named Puttedue...was therefore condempned and burned

1563 Edition, page 626 | 1570 Edition, page 1331 | 1576 Edition, page 1130 | 1583 Edition, page 1154

M. Humfrey Monmouth a ryght godly and sincere...loved as well as ever they did afore

1570 Edition, page 1172 | 1576 Edition, page 994 | 1583 Edition, page 1020

The kinges highnesse straightly chargeth...example of all other

1563 Edition, page 511 | 1570 Edition, page 1234 | 1576 Edition, page 1047 | 1583 Edition, page 1074

And for so much as mention is made...have erred in any thing, to be better instructed

1563 Edition, page 517 | 1570 Edition, page 1180 | 1576 Edition, page 1001 | 1583 Edition, page 1026[Back to Top]

Albeit that I do not remember...Yours Thomas Bilney

1563 Edition, page 522 | 1570 Edition, page 1182 | 1576 Edition, page 1002 | 1583 Edition, page 1029

Most reverend father, salutations in Christ...unto God for you, Thomas Bilney

1563 Edition, page 523 | 1570 Edition, page 1183 | 1576 Edition, page 1003 | 1583 Edition, page 1030

A certaine Libell or Booke intituled the Supplycation...for youre moste noble estate long to endure.

1563 Edition, page 497 | 1570 Edition, page 1192 | 1576 Edition, page 1011 | 1583 Edition, page 1037

This booke so much displeased the whole Clergy, but especially the Cardinal...et novissime de misericordia revelata, etc.

1563 Edition, page 501 | 1570 Edition, page 1196 | 1576 Edition, page 1014 | 1583 Edition, page 1040

but he bewailed his fact and his abjuration...as he did not fele not for all the worlds good

1563 Edition, page 542 | 1570 Edition, page 1209 | 1576 Edition, page 1025 | 1583 Edition, page 1052[Back to Top]

at the stake in the middest of the flaming fyre...were half consumed

1570 Edition, page 1211 | 1576 Edition, page 1026 | 1583 Edition, page 1053

Our trusty and wel beloved subiects...my cause accordyng to the truth

1563 Edition, page 508 | 1570 Edition, page 1232 | 1576 Edition, page 1045 | 1583 Edition, page 1073

My Lordes, Legates of the Sea Apostolicke...wold abide by her apeale

1563 Edition, page 510 | 1570 Edition, page 1233 | 1576 Edition, page 1046 | 1583 Edition, page 1073

The her devines being beaten from the grounde...might make the marriage honest

1563 Edition, page 510 | 1570 Edition, page 1233 | 1576 Edition, page 1047 | 1583 Edition, page 1074

Maister Symon Fishe, borne of a Noble stock, a gentleman of graies inne...process of this story shall appeare

1563 Edition, page 500 | 1570 Edition, page 1191 | 1576 Edition, page 1010 | 1583 Edition, page 1037[Back to Top]

Edmondus permissione divina Londin...Et nostrae translationis Anno Secundo

1563 Edition, page 742 | 1570 Edition, page 1520 | 1576 Edition, page 1279 | 1583 Edition, page 1316[Back to Top]
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