Textual Variations for Book 8

Maistres Smith, widow...the Lordes prayer and X. Commandments in English: for which they were taken

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The witnesses of this historie be yet alive...nor could abyde it in them that occupied with them.

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Iames Beaton Archbishop of S. Andrew...seke godly learnyng, went to

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Whereupon, persysting in his godly purpose...the foresayd M. Hamelton, to be good and just

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Hereunto I thought good to adioyne a certain godly...Upon the occasion of Patrick's places

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Thomas Hardyng dwellyng at Chesham...so persecuted the true doctrine of christ, and members of his Churche

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When the Cardinall of Yorke was thus a Legate...Rome. Ex Paralip. Abbat. Ursperg.

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all which army was payd with the kyng of Englandes money...also of the same infection deceased

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Carrdinall Wolsey...specially to entreate

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Over and besides these cavillyng matters...the same in English: the copie wherof here ensueth

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This have you the letters, the abiuration...determined in his minde, and settyng his time

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But here now commeth in Syr Thomas More...hym in the residue of his other tales, if ye will.

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Maister Stafford of Cambridge...that is, true sinceritie, from counterfait religion

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And thus much concerning Simon Fishe the author...the foresaid booke, intituled of the beggars, here ensueth.

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Agaynst this booke of the Beggars...agayne (the Lorde wylling) to the hystorie

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The new Testament in the Catalogue above...But now to fall into our story againe:

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and there examined upon these Articles and Interrogatories ensuyng...Where he had scarse a month continued but

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Beside this, hee wrote also certeine letters...Tower of London

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At whose burnyng here is notoriously to bee observed, that he was at

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This Parson Patmore bare a fagot at Paules crosse...Richard Bayfild being

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John Benet, Martyr...Brodford within the same Countie

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that is to say, that it is no Article of our fayth...agayn unto Abraham, In thy seede shall all people be blessed

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forasmuch as it proceeded as the other do before...of the age of xxiiii yeres

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The Historie of the persecution and death...that well was he or she that could catch a sticke or furse and to cast into the fire

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Hetherto we have runne over (good reader) the names...now followeth the Testament of William Tracye. Tracy his Testament

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John Periman Skinner...them both to abjure and suffer pennance

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This Thomas Patmore, a good man, was that...he was released out agayne by the Bishop

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This Thomas Patmore being learned and godly, was preferred... Commission we finde not as yet

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John Row Bookbinder, a Frenchman 1531...which was contrary to the Pope's law

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The marriage betweene K. Henry 8...effecte as followeth

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The Cardinall of Yorke excused hym selfe saying...uttered these or lyke wordes in effecte as followeth

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That notwithstanding, the Counsaillers...remayning in our custodye to bee seene

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These persuasions with many other, were set forth by...right he would do iustice

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Although the kyng ought no such service to the Pope...forth eftsoones this proclamation, as followeth

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After this was done the king then proceding further...to the contrary hereof notwithstandyng

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Furthermore so that no man shall caville...here is first to be understanded, that

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When al the other kyngs subiectes...all thys lykewise by the premises may appeare

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The life and story of the true servant...Gods word, leavyng that Universitie also, he resorted to

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which letter, with his examinations...present the same tyme at the facte

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As conceryng the workes and bookes of Tyndall...tenor of the epistles here followeth

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This letter was written...as in his testimonie above appeareth

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As this grewe on, the Priestes...and other of the Byshops Officers

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After this the grudge of the Priestes...and to seke an other place: and

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and there preached a while...with Luther and with other learned men in those quarters

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These godly bookes of Tyndall...shall heare by the relation of his owne hoste

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After this Pointz delivered up hys aunswere...a good and a godly man

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The death of the Lady Katherine and of Queene Anne...in the moneth of May next

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And this was the end of that godly Lady and Queene...as was not to be lyked

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Long were it to recite from the beginnyng...Episcopus, huic praesenti chartae subscripsi

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Ecclesiastical matters an. 1538...with divers other pointes moe necessary for religion

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After these Iniunctions and articles above expressed...or his vicegerent, for this tyme beynge shalbe sene convenient.

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By these articles and Injunctions thus commyng forth...And thus much out of John Longland's Sermon agaynst the Pope

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In the moneth of October and November...shalbe pluckte up by the rootes etc

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These aunsweres of Iohn Lambert...partly by the commyng in of Queene Anne, returned into London,

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to be devoured. Whom his maiesty with more honor...to the immortal renowne of hys princely estate to all posteritie

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But thus was Iohn Lambert...to procede further to the story of his death:

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As touchyng the terrible maner and fashion of the...but thus much onely came to our handes

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Amonge other Actes and matters passed...The story is this: The sayd

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In the burnyng of an other Suffolke man...Witness Iohn Ramsey and others, who did see this acte

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therein. The murderer so covertly was...but to bryng it at length to light.

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Neither is here to be omitted the burning...this occasion as here followeth

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With this forsayed Collins maye also be adioyned...when Iohn Lambert suffered at London

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leavyng to us an experiment ...quam male tutum sit ludere cum impiis

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In the yeare last before this, which was of the Lord 1537...and glory of Christ may florishe, fare ye hartely well

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As the Lord of his goodnes had rased up Thomas Cromwell...upon the payne therin contayned

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Here followeth how religion began to goe backward ... of all the states and Burgeses of the Realme

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comonly called the .vj. Articles (or the whyp with vj. strynges) ... and here vnder do folowe:

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the sayd parliament, as foloweth. The penalties vpon the 6. Articles ... Inquisition, should first take a corporall othe

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