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A Reply to Dr. Lingard's Vindication of His History of England, as Far as ...
Henry John Todd
Podgląd niedostępny - 2015
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Strona 131 - I renounce and refuse, as things written with my hand, contrary to the truth which I thought in my heart, and written for fear of death, and to save my life, if it might be...
Strona 4 - I protest before you all, there was never man came more unwillingly to a bishopric, than I did to that. Insomuch that when king Henry did send for me in post, that I should come over, I prolonged my journey by seven weeks at the least, thinking that he would be forgetful of me in the mean time.
Strona 89 - And notwithstanding my lord of Canterbury, my lord of Ely, my lord of Salisbury, my lords of Worcester, Rochester and St. David's, defended the contrary long time; yet finally his highness confounded them all with God's learning.
Strona 81 - ... may appear to them that have any judgment, what pithy arguments you make, and what dexterity you have in gathering of authors' minds, that would gather my mind and make an argument here of a picture, neither put in my book, nor by me devised, but invented by some fond painter or carver, which paint and grave whatsoever their idle heads can fancy. You should rather have gathered your argument upon the other side, that I mislike the matter, because I left out of my book the picture that was in...
Strona 93 - Winchester, and your reasons and texts, were so fully answered this other day in the house, as to my seeming and supposal, the most of the house was satisfied ; I marvelled not a little why eftsoons you have sent to me this now your writing, being in a manner few other texts or reasons than there were declared, both by the bishop of Canterbury and me, to make smally or nothing to your intended purpose, &c.
Strona 104 - VIII; and in some things so enforced by the evil counsel of certain papists, against the truth, and common judgment both of divines and lawyers, that if the king's majesty himself had not come personally into the parliament house, those laws had never passed.
Strona 72 - And as for the pope, I refuse him, as Christ's enemy, and Antichrist, with all his false doctrine.
Strona 73 - God's word be contrary to itself, or no ? For you, Master Cranmer, have taught in this high sacrament of the altar three contrary doctrines, and yet you pretend in every one Verbum Domini." Cranmer. " Nay, I taught but two contrary doctrines in the same." Martin. " What doctrine taught you, when you condemned Lambert the Sacramentary in the king's presence in Whitehall?" Cranmer. " I maintained then the papists
Strona 121 - This recantation of the archbishop was not so soon conceived, but the doctors and prelates without delay caused the same to be imprinted and set abroad in all men's...