then in controuersye, concernyng the Sacramente of the Altare, and therefore concluded among themselues, that he shoulde bee commaunded from the kinges Maiestye, not to meddle oughte in his Sermon in that poynte: whiche commaundemente lyke as he beleueth, was deliuered vnto hym at the tyme of the deliuerye of the sayde articles before mentioned, or at some other tyme before hys Sermon. so he cannot speciallye affyrme the same, bycause he was not presente thereat.[Back to Top]
To the eleuenth, he remembreth that certayne Lordes and other of the Counsayle, were sent vnto the Byshoppe, to trauayle wyth hym for hys reducemente to a conformitye: but the partycularytyes he cannot depose of.
To the twelfth, he remembreth suche a letter sente, sygned by the kynges Maiestye, was redde before the Counsayle, and that certayne were assygned to deliuer the same to the Byshoppe: and more he cannot depose.
To the. xiii. he can no further depose, than as before.
To the. xiiii. he remembreth that another submyssion was also redde at the Counsayle Boorde before them, to bee sente also to the Byshoppe, the partycularities whereof he dothe not remember no more can he depose.
To the. xv. he remembreth it well, that he refused the sayde subscryption, thys Deponente being then presente.
To the. xvi. and. xvii. he dooeth remember well, for he was present, and sawe it entred into the Register boke of the Councell.
To the. xviii. it is true.
To the laste, he cannot tell.
To the. xiii. Interrogatorye he aunswereth, that he was not throughly presente at the Byshoppes sermon, and therefore harde no suche thyng as in the sayde Interrogatorie is mentioned.
The seconde, and thyrde Interrogatoryes, dooe not concerne the sayde respondent.
By me Thomas Chalenor.
¶ Mayster Nicholas Throgmarton, Esquier, one of the Gentlemen of the kynges maiesties priuye Chamber, of the age of. xxxv. yeares, sworne and examined, sayeth as ensueth.
To the fyrst, seconde, and thyrde, he sayeth those artycles bee true.
To the fourth, he cannot depose.
To the fyfth, he sayeth that he thynketh this artycle conteyneth truthe.
To the syxth, he cannot depose.
To the seuenth, he cannot depose.
To the eyght, he sayeth, he cannot depose anye thyng vpon this artycle.
To the nynth, that he was not priuye what commaundemente was geuen to the byshoppe of Wynchester, nor what he promised to doe. And therefore cannot depose of his owne knowledge, whether he dydde break the sayd commaundement & promyse or not. And besydes, this Examynate was present at the Sermon made in the daye mentioned in these artycles but he sayeth he stoode so farre of, and in suche a thrust of the people, as he could not well heare at all tymes what was sayde by the sayde byshoppe in the tyme of hys sayde Sermon.[Back to Top]
To the tenth article, and to all the rest of the artycles he sayeth, he cannot depose.
To the fyrst Interrogatorie, he sayeth, that he can nothyng depose, nor aunswere certaynely thereof, for causes afore by hym deposed.
¶ Syr Thomas Wrothe Knyght, one of the kynges maiesties priuye chamber, of the age of. xxxii. yeres, or theraboutes, sworne & examined, answereth.
To the fyrst, seconde, and thyrde, he sayth they be true.
To the iiii. he cannot depose therof.
To the v. he sayth that al the kinges subiects, disobeyng his maiestyes lawes, Iniunctions, and ordinaunces, ought to be punished.
To the vi. he sayth he cannot depose thereof, of his certayne knowledge, but onelye that he hath so reported.
To the vii. he hath harde so reported, and otherwyse he knoweth not.
To the eyght article he sayeth, that he hard saye the sayde Byshoppe hadde a commaundemente geuen hym to sette forth certayn articles, touching the kynges procedinges: but what they wer certeynly, he sayth he cannot depose.
To the ninth article, he sayth, that he was present at hys sermon from the beginning to thend in the daye mencioned in the article, and in a place where he might and as he thinketh, dyd heare all that the sayde Byshoppe then sayde: And sayth that he harde not the sayde Byshoppe speake any worde, that the kinges maiestyes auctority was, and shoulde be as greate nowe in his graces yonge yeares, as if his grace were of many mo yeares: For if he hadde, this deponent sayth he should haue hard it. For hearing afore, that the sayde Byshoppe shoulde preache thereof, he gaue more hede to heare, and note, yf he spake thereof, as he doubteth not he dyd not. And as for the rest of the matters, mentioned in the eyght article afore, what and howe he spake of them, he dothe not nowe perfectlye remember.[Back to Top]
To the tenth article, he sayth that he cannot tell whether the sayde Byshoppe were inhibyted to speake of the Masse and communion, articulate, then commonlye called the Sacrament of the altar, or not: But he is asssured that he hearde speake of both in his sayd sermon.
To the other articles, he sayth he knoweth not of the contents therof, of hys own knowledge, but that he hath heard so reported.
To the fyrste, he sayth, he doth not presently remember, whether the sayd byshoppe in hys sayde sermon spake according as in the Intergatorie is conteyned, or not.
Maister Ihon Cheke, esquier, of the age of xxxvi. yeares, a witnes sworne and examyned.
To the fyrste, second, and thyrde, articles, he sayth the same do conteyne truth.
To the fourth article, he thynketh the same to bee trewe.
To the v. article, he sayth it is true.
To the sixte and seuenth, he sayth he beleueth the contentes therof to be true, and so he sayth he hath hard reported: but otherwise he cannot depose of hys certein knowledge.
To the eyghte article, he sayth, that he the sayd deponente, being at the kinges palace at Westminster, in Iune articulate, sawe the sayd byshop of Winchester attendant vpon the counsell, and then and there hard it credibly reported, that the sayd byshoppe hadde in commaundemente to preache a sermon afore the kinges highnes, and therin to declare theffect of the articles mencioned in this positiō: and otherwise he cannot certeynly depose.[Back to Top]
To the ix. article, he sayth that he the sayd Examinate, was personally presente at the sayd byshops sermon, preached before the kings maiesty, the daye and yeare articulate, standing beside the kinges maiestyes person, where he might and dyd perfectly heare the sayd byshop, from the beginning to thend of the sayd sermon: In which the sayde byshop spake nothing of the kings maiesties autorye, to be of lyke force nowe in his yonge yeres, as when his grace is of more yeares. For if he had, this deponent, (for causes afore sayd) muste nedes haue heard it: And for that also, that because I hard saye, that the article was emongs other specially inioined to the said bishop, this Deponēt was the more[Back to Top]