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Dailey, Alice A., Like lions to the slaughter: Martyrdom and the English Reformation. Unpublished Ph.D. (University of California, Los Angeles, 2003).

D'Alton, Craig W., 'The Suppression of Lutheran Heretics in England, 1526-1529', Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 54 (2003), 228-53.

Daniell, David (ed.), Tyndale's Old Testament (London, 1992).

Daniell, David, William Tyndale: A Biography (New Haven, 1994).

Daniell, David, 'Tyndale and Foxe', in David Loades (ed.), John Foxe: An Historical Perspective (Aldershot, 1999), 15-28.

Davies, Catherine and Facey, Jane, 'A Reformation Dilemma: John Foxe and the Problem of Discipline', Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 39 (1988), 37-65.

Davies, Catherine, A Religion of the Word: The Defence of the Reformation in the Reign of Edward VI (Manchester, 2002).

Davies, Eliza J., 'The Authorities for the Case of Richard Hunne, 1514-15', English Historical Review , 30 (1915), 477-88.

Davis, John F., 'The Trials of Thomas Bilney and the English Reformation', Historical Journal, 24 (1981), 775-790.

Davis, John F., Heresy and Reformation in the South East of England, 1520-1559, Royal Historical Society Studies in History no. 34 (London, 1983).

Dawley, Powel Mills, John Whitgift and the Reformation (London, 1955).

Dawson, Jane E. A., The Early Career of Christopher Goodman and his Place in the Development of English Protestant Thought. Unpublished PhD Thesis. (Durham University, 1978).

Dawson, Jane, 'Revolutionary Conclusions: The Case of the Marian Exiles', History of Political Thought, 11:2 (1990), 257-72.

Dawson, Jane, 'The Scottish Reformation and the Theatre of Martyrdom', in D. Wood (ed.), Martyrs and Martyrology, Studies in Church History, 30 (1993), 259-70.

Dawson, Jane E. A., 'The Apocalyptic Thinking of the Marian Exiles', in Michael J. Wilks (ed.), Prophecy and Eschatology, Subsidia, 10 (Oxford, 1994), 75-91.

Dawson, Jane E. A., 'Anglo-Scottish Protestant Culture and integration in sixteenth-century Britain', in Steven G. Elllis and Sarah Barber (eds), Conquest and Union: fashioning a British State, 1485-1725 (New York, 1995), 87-114.

Deferrari, R. J., A New Translation Eusebius Pamphili Ecclesiastical History (Fathers of the Church 19, 1953).

Dent, Arthur, The Ruine of Rome: or an Exposition upon the Whole Revelation, wherein is plainly shewed and proved, that the Popish Religion, together with the power and authoritie of Rome, shall Ebbe and Decay still more and more throughout all the Churches of Europe, and come to an utter overthrow even in this life before the End of the World (1603).

Dent, Christopher M., Protestant Reformers in Elizabethan Oxford (Oxford, 1983).

Derret, J. D. M., 'The Affair of Richard Hunne and Friar Standish', in J. B. Trapp (ed.), The Complete Works of Thomas More, 9 (New Haven, 1979), pp. 232-7.

Devereux, Janice, 'The internet connection: claiming John Foxe as their own. Foxe's Book of Martyrs on the World Wide Web', in David Loades (ed.), John Foxe at Home and Abroad (Aldershot, 2004), 271-79.

Dibdin, Thomas Frognall, The Library Companion, or the Young Man's Guide and the Old Man's Comfort in the Choice of a Library (1824).

Dickens, Arthur G., Lollards and Protestants in the Diocese of York, 1509-1558 (London, 1959).

Dickens, Arthur G., 'Heresy and the Origins of English Protestantism', in J.S. Bromley and E. H. Kassmann (eds), Britain and the Netherlands, (London, 1964), 47-66.

Dickens, Arthur G., The English Reformation (London, 1964).

Dickens, Arthur G., 'The English Reformation and Religious Tolerance', Rapports, 12e Congres Internationale des Sciences Historiques (Vienna, 1965), 177-89.

Dickens, Arthur G., 'Religious Toleration and Liberalism in Tudor England', Transactions of the Congregational Historical Society, 20:2 (1965), 58-73.

Dickens, Arthur G. and Tonkin, John M., The Reformation in Historical Thought (Cambridge, 1985).

Dickens, Arthur G., The English Reformation (London, 1989).

Dickins, Bruce, 'The Making of the Parker Library', in John Hanson, Nigel Hancock, Brian Jenkins, and David McKitterick (eds), Transactions of the Cambridge Bibliographical Society, 6 (1977), 19-34.

Diener, Ronald E., The Magdeburg Centuries: A Bibliothecal and Historiographical Study. Unpublished Th.D. Thesis. (Harvard University, 1979).

Diener, Ronald E., 'Johann Wigand 1523-1587', in Jill Raitt (ed.), Shapers of Religious Traditions in Germany, Switzerland, and Poland, 1560-1600 (New Haven and London, 1981).

Digby, William, A Treatise on the 1260 Days of Daniel and St.John: Being an Attempt to Establish the Conclusion that They are Years; and also to Fix the Date of their Commencement and Termination (1831).

Dimmock, Matthew, Newe Turkes: Dramatizing Islam and the Ottomans in Early Modern England (Aldershot, 2005).

Dixon, Richard W., History of the Church of England, her Property and her Endowments (1884-1902).

Doran, Madeleine, If you Know not me you Know Nobody: Or the Troubles of Queen Elizabeth (1605), edited by Thomas Heywood (Malone Society Reprints, London, 1935).

Doran, Susan and Durstan, Christopher, Princes, Pastors and People: The Church and Religion in England, 1529-1689 (London, 1991).

Dowling, Maria and Shakespeare, Joy, 'Religion and Politics in Mid-Tudor England', Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research, 55:131 (1982), 94-102.

Duffy, Eamon, The Stripping of the Altars: Traditional Religion in England, 1400-1580 (New Haven, London, 1992).

Dugmore, Clifford W., The Mass and the English Reformers (New York, 1958).

Dunkin, John, The History and Antiquities of Bicester (1816).

Dupuy, Pierre, Histoire du différend d' entre le pape Boniface VIII et Philippe le Bel… (1655).

Dutton, Marsha L. (ed.), Ælred of Rievaulx: The Historical Works (Kalamazoo, 2005).

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