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And that his death which they vntruelye called martirdome, happened vppon a reskue by him made. And that as it is wrytten, he gaue opprobrious wordes to the gentlemen which then counsailed him to leaue his storbernesse, MarginaliaThomas becket noted of stobbernesse. and to auoid the commotion of the people rysed vp for that reskew. And he not only called the one of them baud, but also toke Tracye by the bosome, and violently shoke him, and plucked him in such manner, that he had almooste ouerthrown him to the pauement of þe church, so that vpon this fraye, one of their companye perceiuing the same, strake him, and so in the throng Becket was slaine. And further þt his canonization was made only by the bishop of Rome because he had bene a champiō to maintain his vsurped authority, and a bearer of the iniquitie of the clergy, for these and for other greate and vrgent causes longe to recyte, the kinges maiestye by the aduise of his counsaile hathe thoughte expedient to declare to his louing subiectes, that notwithstanding the said canonization, there appeareth nothinge in his life & exterior conuersation, wherby he shuld be called a saincte, but rather estemed to haue beene a rebell and traitor to his prince. MarginaliaBecket a rebell, rather than a saint. Therfore his grace straightlye chargeth and commaundeth that from henceforth the said Thomas Becket shal not be estemed, named, reputed, and called a saint, but bishop Becket, and that his Images and Pictures throughe the whole realme shalbe pluckt downe and auoyded out of all Churches, Chappels and other places, and that from hence forthe the dayes vsed to be festiuall in his name, shall not be obserued, nor the seruice, office, Anthiphons, Collectes and prayers in his name red, but rased and put oute of all the bookes. MarginaliaThe canonisation of T. Becket rased. And that all other festiuall daies all ready abrogated shalbe in no wise solempnised, but his graces ordināces and iniunctions ther vpon obserued, to the intent his graces louinge subiectes shalbe no longer blindly led and abused to commit Idolatry, as they haue done in times passed vpon paine of the maiesties indignation and imprisonmente at his graces pleasure.

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Finally his grace straightlye chargeth and commaundeth that his subiectes do keepe and obserue al and singuler his iniunctions made by his maiesty vpon the pain therin contained.

Here after folow the names of certen bokes whiche either after this iniunction or some other in the said kinges daies were prohibyted, the names of which bokes heare folowe in order expressed.

MarginaliaMiles Couerdall.FIrst the whole Bible.Item the new Testament.Item a general confessyon.Item the Actes of the disputation in the councel of the Empire at Regenspurge.Item a short recapitulation or abridgement.Item a confutation touching the protestayonof doctor Barnes.Item the Christen state of Matrimony.Item a very excellent and swete exposition vpon the xxii.Psalm of Dauid called in Laten dominus regit me.Item the old Faith.Item the order that the church and congregation of Christ in Denmarke, and in manye other places of Germany doth vse at the supper of the Lorde, and at the ministration of the blessed sacrament of baptisme, and holly Wedlocke.Item a faithful and true Prognostication vpon the yere 1536. translated out of high Almain into English.Item Psalmes and songes, drawn as in pretēded out of holy scripture.

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MarginaliaGeorge Ioy.FIrst, thexposition of Daniel the prophet, gathered oute by Phillip Melanchton, Ihon Oecolampadius, Chonrade Pellicane, and oute of Ihon Draconite &c. Translated into English.Item Dauid Psalter trāslated into English.Item Ieremye the Prophette, translated into English.Item an Apology against Wslliam Tindall.Item a boke called the prophet Esay, translated into English.Item the subuersion of Mores false foundatiō.Item a present consolation for the sufferaunce of persecution for rightuousnesse.

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MarginaliaTheodore Basille alias Thomas BeaconFIrst a New yeres gift.Item Dauids Harpe, full of most delectable Harmony, newlye stringed and set in tune.Item the golden boke of Christen MatrimonyItem Newes out of Heauen.Item a Christmasse banket garnished with many pleasant and dainty dishes.Item the true Defence of Peace.Item a Potation or drinking for the holy time of Lent.Item an Inuectiue against the mooste wycked vice of Swearing.Item the right path way vnto Prayer.Item the new Pollicy of Warre.Item a new Cathechisme.Item a pleasaunt new Nosegay.Item Christmasse Carols very new and godly made by the said Theodore Basil, otherwise called Thomas Beacon.

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MarginaliaWilliam Tindall.FIrst the new Testament in diuers pryntes.Item the obedience of a Christian man.Item an āswer of syr Thomas Mores dialogeItem a boke called the prophet Ionas, teching to vnderstand the right vse of scripture.Item a treatise of the iustification by faith onlye, otherwise called the parable of the wycked Mammon.Item the Parable and complainte of a Plowe man vnto Christ.Item a boke touching the church.Item a godly disputation betwene a Chrysten shomaker and a popish persone.Item the disclosing of the manne of synne.

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MarginaliaIohn Frith.FIrste a letter sent by Ihon Frithe vnto the faithful folowers of the gospel.Item a treatise made by the said Ihon Frythe, whyles he was prysonner in the Tower of London.Item a treatise made by the said Ihon Frythe,

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