Textual Variations for Book 5

Thus having discoursed in these former bookes...were burned at Avinion, mentioned pag. 487

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Nowe to these (the Lorde willyng) we will adde suche other...the reader to the entryng of that story

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Where first I think it not inconvenient to inferre...The effect of which parable followeth here under written

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In the time of Pope Innocent VI...all kynde of wickednes, ryot and wantonnes

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In the Cataloge of these learned mena man worthy for his Christian zeale of immortal commendation

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After the death of this Innocent, next was poped...in the yeare of Lord 1364 and the second of his Popedome

1570 Edition, page 532 | 1576 Edition, page 434 | 1583 Edition, page 438

In the V. yeare of the aforesaid pope Urbane...had thus spoken, she stayed and sayd no more

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Beside these aforenamed, the Lord which never ceaseth...contrary to the upright truth of the Scripture

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In Boetius why the pope should so much commend...except the cause were that, which the pope calleth heresie

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But to let thynges overpasse that be...like valiant soldieours of Christes church before him.

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That the sayd king Edward the third ... to the sinfull see of Rome

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Notwithstandyng, he being somewhat frinded and supported by the king...namely of S. Albans, where they are to be founde at large

1570 Edition, page 546 | 1576 Edition, page 446 | 1583 Edition, page 449

As these aforesaid for brevities sake I passe over....Ex. Chron. Mon. D. Albani.

1570 Edition, page 549 | 1576 Edition, page 448 | 1583 Edition, page 452

This tragedy with all the partes therof...was maintained with favour and aide sufficient

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But before we close upp the story of this king...Ex Bundello Brevium Regis de An. 2. Rich. 2 parte 1

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King Richard the second...yeare of our Lorde 1387 K Edward was not alive

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These Articles included in the popes letters which he...yea albeit present daunger of lyfe should follow thereupon

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An exposition upon the conclusions of Iohn Wicklef...to the 3 bookes of the said Theodorike above mentioned

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The mandate of the Archbishop W. Courtney...he ment them in his own workes and writings

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The letter of the Archbishop directed to the bishop of London...the preservation of the Christian faith and religion

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Item the xii day of Iune in the yeare aforesayde in...and the cause iustly wayed, due execution shall be ministred

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for the correction of these men...the tenour wherof here under followeth

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for that he well perceaved...to the Vicchauncellor of Oxford in forme as followeth

1583 Edition, page 464

but this Pope Urbane otherwise named Turbanus...from whence we disgressed, to the story and matter of Ihon Wickliffe

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Ioannes Cocleus in his book De historia Hussitorum...The effect whereof here followeth

1570 Edition, page 568[Back to Top]

who for contempt in him noted towards...of the Universitie of Oxford, of I. Wickliffe

1570 Edition, page 569 | 1576 Edition, page 466 | 1583 Edition, page 471

Besides these articles to the number of xlv...we thought hereunto to annexe as followeth

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The decree of the Synode of Constance...eyes (gentle reader) may appeare

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These thynges thus finished and accomplished...most cruell death and many mo did forsake the realme etc

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To these Oxford men above rehearsed...William Swinderby and Walter Brute

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The history of William Swinderby....wronfully deposed, Henry the 4. invaded the kyngdome of England

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The storye and proces against Walter Brute...that he for this time escaped

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Certaine other writings, I finde moreover...as followeth after in this story to be seen

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For shortly after the death of queene Anne...made Archb. of Cant. about the yeare of our lord 1397

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The next yeare following, which was the yeare of our Lorde...the consideration of the Lorde, seyng men wyll not looke upon it

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Drawing now towardes the latter ende of kynge Richardes raygne... Michelmas, at Dover, towards the partes of Fraunce

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Thus having hetherto sufficently touched...crowned also for kyng of England. Ex chron D. Albani

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The next yere after followed a paralament hidden at Westminster... Sheriff of London to put in execution, the tenour whereof here under ensueth

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As king Henry the iiii who was the deposer of king...Hales, for the like treason was hanged

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Iohn Badby artificer...As he was thus standing

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Also Courtney at that time chancelor of Oxford...so muche as should suffice his contentation

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This godly martyr Iohn Badby having thus consunate...in seing the kings statute to be executed

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No lesse industrious also were they...Item that no man is bound to geve bodely reverance to any prelate

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Although for the more credit of the matter...both to the printer and to me. Furthermore

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Besides the examination here above described...made angry, or ells there he dyed by sickness

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Other articles drawen out of Purveyes bookes...recanted before Thomas Arundell Archbishop, at Saltwood, where he was imprisoned

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Which thus being finished, now to continue...whose steed stept up, Pope John 23

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In the tyme of thys Alexander, great styrre beganne...should appeare hanging out, the mouthes of the sackes being open

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Notes of certayne parlament matters passed...so that no farther labour was made

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These thinges thus hetherto discoursed, touchyng...dishonour of our Lorde our GOD, which is onely to be honoured

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The trouble and persecution of the Lord Cobham...them, concerning the good Lord Cobham

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After the wych lyke fetch and subtile practice...the bishop of London, in forme as followeth

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A defence of the Lord Cobham, agaynst Alanus Copus...I heare say, you are going and make you a good man

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After the decease or Martyrdom of these above mentioned...I will returne my story to other matters of the churche more effectuall

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I declared a litle before how by the occasion of quene Anne...first begynning to worke his malice upon the foresayd

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The Bohemians notwithstanding litle cared for all this...And thus much for Pope Iohn

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Hetherto we have comprehended the order...But to the purpose agayne of the story

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How grevously this death of Iohn Hus was taken...the storye of Maister Hierome of Prage

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These thynges hetherto beyng discourced...the iiii day of Aprill .an. 1415. Who there perceavyng

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In the meane time while maister Ierome was in this trouble...as the order of yeres and time shall require

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Ye heard before pag. 700 col. 2 how after the death...doth not appeare, but lyke it is, at length they were forced to submit themselves

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Concerning syr Iohn Oldcastle the Lord Cobham...were imputed to the poore Lollardes

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And now from our English matters, to retorne...for the hatred of malignant purposes, assaulting together

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All this while the Emperor, with the whole power...captaines of Boheme

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