Textual Variations for Book 7

As touching the civile state and administration...as well as in this Churche of England, as also of the whole Churche of Rome

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Wherin first commeth to our handes a turbulent tragedie and a fierce contention...(Christ wylling) more manifestly shall appeare

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But before we come to these alterations...I will leave them unto the righteous revengement of the Lord

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where unto let us now heere adioine the story of one John Browne... seaven yeares before in the daies of King Henry the 7

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As it is the property of Satan...a Bill exhibited and denounced in the Parliament house

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and worthely reputed and taken...beyng clapt in the Lolardes tower, shortly after, at the earnest instigation of one

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was brought before the Byshop at hys manour of Fulham...the Crowner of London, so geven up and signed

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of Robert Johnson and his wife, of John Spalding belringer...Whiche testimonies and depositions

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as they be manifest, so far the tediousness thereof...whiche followeth in these wordes

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After that the xxiiii had geven up their verdict...Wherefore to returne agayne to the purpose of our story intermitted

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Wherefore to returne agayne to the purpose of our storye intermitted... ther brent in Smithfield at one fire, the xviii of October, in 1511

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Christopher Shoemaker, Martyr...unless hee be blessed with better grace by tyme to repent

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Doctour Colet. Much about this tyme, or not past 11 yeres before...25 Octob. an 1400

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Here beginneth the reformation of the Church...wee shall finde the number of an hundred years expired

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Also in his 48 Epistle he semeth...Philip Melancthon in his Apologie cap. De votis monast. testifieth of one John Hilton

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Long it were to induce here all prophecies...they should be vanquished and overthrowen for ever

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To this may be adioyned, whiche in certeine Chronicles...alteration of the Sea of Rome

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as is most certeinely testified and recorded by divers...to this whiche God hathe styrred up in Germanie

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The consideration wher of allured to him mervously...and also many notable personages

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As Luther was thus occupied in Germanie...also to Germanie through the meanes of

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In the number of whom was Erasmus, whom the...And thus much, by the way, concernyng the iudgement of Erasmus

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Nowe to returne and to entreate...The Actes and doynges of M. Luther, before the Emperour, at the citie of Wormes

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Martin Luther thus being dismissed of the Emperour...and to his successors forever

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Shortly after this, within the compasse of the same yeare...in the number of a hundreth, wherof certeine specialities here follow

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A complaint for selling remission of sinnes for money...with a whole flood of all mischiefes, etc.

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There with many other burthens and grevances moe...herein the Pope neither geveth eare nor aunswere

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And thus having discoursed such matters...the wordes of Melancthon be these

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Frederic prince Electour...and of their league and confederation first began amongest them

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These thinges thus hetherto discoursed, whiche fully...As the tyme proceded, and dissension about Religion encreased,

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When the Senate and people of Berne...the first day of September an. 1527

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From the first begynnyng of this whole booke...owne stories, and Martyrs here in England

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The next yeare after the burnyng of those ii. Christian martyrs... Rabus, Crispinus and other

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About the same tyme many other godly persons and...Lord. 1524. EX Pantal. et Crisps.

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It would fill an other volume to comprehende the Acts...domesticall matters here done at home

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Wolfgangus Schuch, a Germane in Lotharing, martyr...Ex Ludov. Rabo et Pantal.

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Wendelmuta Widow and Martyr...the immortal crowne in heavan an. 1527. Ex Pantal

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A Preface to the Table folowyng....Ex elegia cuiusdam viri docti in Pant.

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And here ceasyng with this persecution in Germanie...persecution, the Lord so permittyng

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A Table of such Martyrs, as for the Cause of Religion, suffered in Spayne...and also doth now testifie that he then saw

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Now it remayneth further...in the sayd countrey of Calabria, beyond Neaples, in Italy

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Besides these godly Italian Martyrs, in this Table...there was great reasonyng and disputation concernyng the same

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but also many other of the Chiefest Counsellers...There was never such crueltie and tyranny seen before

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But the enemyes suddenly came upon them...When he had destroyed Merindoll he layd siege to

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In token of this ioly victorie, the Popes Officers...then to dwell in hell among the divels

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All whiche may more fully be understand by the records...their descent and offspring from the Waldenses

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The historye of the persecutions and warres agaynst...amonge the Turkes, in this wise as followeth

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Havyng thus comprehended the troubles...The ende of the seventh booke

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