Textual Variations for Book 6

The sixte part or section...they orderly accomplyshed upon this godly martyr before his burning

1570 Edition, page 801 | 1576 Edition, page 659 | 1583 Edition, page 682

And thus thorow the cruelty of these most tyrannous prelates... the most principall matters therof shall seeme sufficient or necessary to be knowen

1570 Edition, page 812 | 1576 Edition, page 669 | 1583 Edition, page 692

When the disputation was ended and a small conclusion...stand it wyth stoute and valiaunt stomaches

1570 Edition, page 824 | 1576 Edition, page 678 | 1583 Edition, page 701

Concerning the authority of this generall councel...is worthy of all men to be detested

1570 Edition, page 849 | 1576 Edition, page 699 | 1583 Edition, page 721

This man came not to the election...receyved the communion together, and afterwords they receved their oth: and

1570 Edition, page 838 | 1576 Edition, page 690 | 1583 Edition, page 713[Back to Top]

This Ameedeus aforesayd, was a man of reverent age...worthy in the same to be noted and known

1570 Edition, page 840 | 1576 Edition, page 691 | 1583 Edition, page 714

Duryng this busines among the Bishops beyond the sea...an.1349. Ex Regist. Cant.

1570 Edition, page 851 | 1576 Edition, page 700 | 1583 Edition, page 725

In my former edition of Actes and Monumentes...And here an end with M. Cope for this time

1570 Edition, page 851 | 1576 Edition, page 700 | 1583 Edition, page 726

For so much as in the processe before...in the handes of Maister William Bowyer

1570 Edition, page 853 | 1576 Edition, page 702 | 1583 Edition, page 727

The benefite and invention of Printyng...And thus much for the worthy commendation of printyng

1570 Edition, page 858 | 1576 Edition, page 705 | 1583 Edition, page 731[Back to Top]

The lamentable losing of Constantinople...Ex hist. Wiienergica Peuceri

1570 Edition, page 859 | 1576 Edition, page 707 | 1583 Edition, page 732

After the death of Henry Chichesley...The forme of which citation here ensueth

1570 Edition, page 860 | 1576 Edition, page 707 | 1583 Edition, page 733

This citation being directed, the bishop...The copy of which hys recantation doth followe

1570 Edition, page 861 | 1576 Edition, page 708 | 1583 Edition, page 733

The Dictionarie of Thomas Gascoigne, I have not in my handes present...but litle for the honesty of his great master the Pope

1570 Edition, page 861 | 1576 Edition, page 708 | 1583 Edition, page 734

From persecution and burning in England...hys kingdom to Matthias kyng of Pannonia

1570 Edition, page 861 | 1576 Edition, page 709 | 1583 Edition, page 734[Back to Top]

Now from the Popes to descend to other estates....were not able to withstand them

1570 Edition, page 863 | 1576 Edition, page 710 | 1583 Edition, page 735

King Edward the fourth...I omitte to speake, maying of them a supersedas

1570 Edition, page 864 | 1576 Edition, page 711 | 1583 Edition, page 736

Two thynges I find here among many other, specially to be remembered...much by the occasion of kyng Edward of Prophecies

1570 Edition, page 870 | 1576 Edition, page 716 | 1583 Edition, page 741

Now havyng long taryed at home in describingthe tumultes...to other writers, where they are to be founde more amply discoursed

1570 Edition, page 873 | 1576 Edition, page 718 | 1583 Edition, page 743

This as more properly belongyng to the story of the churche...God.an 1476. Ex Munstero.

1570 Edition, page 879 | 1576 Edition, page 723 | 1583 Edition, page 748[Back to Top]

The Wednesday next following, three Doctours...they gave credit to his wordes, he did not care

1570 Edition, page 880 | 1576 Edition, page 724 | 1583 Edition, page 749

Although this aged and feble old man, by weaknes....Hic scelus omne simul clauditer, et vitium

1570 Edition, page 881 | 1576 Edition, page 725 | 1583 Edition, page 750

But leaving here Pope Sixtus with his verses...who reigned two yeares and ii monethes. Ex Polyd. et Tho. Moro

1570 Edition, page 882 | 1576 Edition, page 725 | 1583 Edition, page 751

And here interrupting a little the course of our English matters... Marsilius Ficinus, Volaterrano, Georgius Valla, with infinite other

1570 Edition, page 885 | 1576 Edition, page 728 | 1583 Edition, page 753

By this it may be sene and noted, how by the grace...a man no less godly in hart, than constant in profession

1570 Edition, page 887 | 1576 Edition, page 729 | 1583 Edition, page 754[Back to Top]

Thys Savanorola above mentioned, suffered under pope Alexander the 6...tyme more convenient to be inferred

1570 Edition, page 889 | 1576 Edition, page 731 | 1583 Edition, page 756

To returne now to the oder of popes, where we left...as in a maner before expressed

1570 Edition, page 891 | 1576 Edition, page 733 | 1583 Edition, page 758

If it were not that I fear to overlay this our volumess...which was in the yeare of our Lord 1516

1570 Edition, page 892 | 1576 Edition, page 734 | 1583 Edition, page 759

Solymannus the 12. After Ottomanus...Barthol. Peregrinnus

1570 Edition, page 907 | 1576 Edition, page 746 | 1583 Edition, page 771

A notice touchyng the miserable persecution...as by this present story here prefixed may appeare

1570 Edition, page 918 | 1576 Edition, page 756 | 1583 Edition, page 781[Back to Top]

Nowe consequently remayneth, as I have shewed...we will sette the story therof, to further information

1570 Edition, page 921 | 1576 Edition, page 759 | 1583 Edition, page 784

The Prophecies of the holy Scriptures...Iesus Christ our onely mediatour and most mercifull advocate

1570 Edition, page 925 | 1576 Edition, page 762 | 1583 Edition, page 786

In this long digression, wherein sufficiently hath been described... the diocese recorded, here following

1570 Edition, page 938 | 1576 Edition, page 773 | 1583 Edition, page 797

This muche I thought here good to inserte...Here endeth the sixte book, and the first time

1570 Edition, page 943 | 1576 Edition, page 778 | 1583 Edition, page 802

A brief note of Ecclesiastical lawes ordeined by by auncient kynges in this Realme...shall by proces of history be declared

1570 Edition, page 944 | 1576 Edition, page 778 | 1583 Edition, page 802[Back to Top]

The proud primacie of Popes...necessitie of salvation, for every human creature to be subiect to me

1570 Edition, page 945 | 1576 Edition, page 780 | 1583 Edition, page 804[Back to Top]
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