The Remains of Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury, Volume 1

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At the University Press, 1833 - Theology
 

Contents

CXCV TO CRUMWELL Ford 20 Sept Thanks Crumwell
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CVII TO CRUMWELL Croydon 26 April In favour of
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TO DR COCKS his Chancellor Recommends a cha
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PREFACE of the Editor i
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CXXI TO BAKER Recorder of London Croydon 25
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List of Cranmers writings from Bale p
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from Tanner
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CXXVII TO CRUMWELL Otford 10 June Suggests that
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Defence of the True and Catholic Doctrine of the Sacra
cxxxii
Facsimiles
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IV TO CRUMWELL Westminster 8 Feb 1533 In favour
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Letters 1
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Answer to Rich Smythes Preface 1
25
of a benefice p
37
XXIX To CRUMWELL Otford 19 July Preaching
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pear before himDr TownsendMr ChancellorPottkyns
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tered p
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Annotations on the Kings Book
65
LXXIV TO the Earl of ESSEX Proposes that two indif
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LXXX To LORD ABERGAVENNY Otford 27 Nov Thanks
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VOL IV
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p
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XLV TO BROWGH Otford Summons to appear before
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LXXXV TO A PRIOR Ford 25 Dec Applies for a grant
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XCII TO THE RECTOR OF PETWORTH Lambeth 8
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p
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Seventeen Questions and Answers on the Sacraments
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Preface to the Bible
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certaining the Kings pleasure concerning some alterations
113
Speech at the Coronation of Edward VI
118
request to preach within the province of Canterbury p
121
CXL TO CRUMWELL Knoll 1 March Requests Crumwell
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Homily of Salvation
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CXLVIII To CRUMWELL Otford 25 May 1535
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mandment Applies for the resolution of some doubts
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CLVI TO CRUMWELL Wyngham 12 Oct The bearer
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CLXI TO CRUMWELL Ford 3 Nov In favour of Sir John
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CLXII TO CRUMWELL Canterbury 18 Nov 1535 Applies
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CLXXXV TO CRUMWELL Lambeth 22 July 1537 That
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CLXXXIX TO CRUMWELL Canterbury 5 Aug The
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CXCIII _To_CRUMWELL Ford 31 Aug 1537 His debts
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CXCVI TO A JUSTICE Ford 2 Oct 1537 Remonstrates
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CXCVIII TO A JUSTICE Oct 1537 Replies to the pre
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CC TO CRUMWELL Ford 9 Oct Hethe the bearer of news
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CCIII TO CRUMWELL Lambeth 6 Dec Desires Crumwell
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CCVI TO CRUMWELL Ford 28 Jan In favour of John
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CCXI To CRUMWELL Ford 14 March Desires Crumwell
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Declaration concerning the Mass 1
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TO CRUMWELL Croydon 11 April Malet occu
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CCXXII TO CRUMWELL Croydon 12 June The Popes
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CCXXVI To CRUMWELL Lambeth 11 Aug 1538
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CCXXVIII TO CRUMWELL Lambeth 15 Aug 1538
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CXXXIII TO CRUMWELL Knoll 22 Jan Applies for
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TO CRUMWELL Lambeth 23 Aug 1538
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CCXXXVII TO CRUMWELL Lambeth 10 Oct Thanks
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CCXL TO CRUMWELL Lambeth 19 Nov Begs to be
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CCXLVI TO CRUMWELL Ford 31 Jan Concerning
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CCLI TO CRUMWELL Ford 10 Sept Regrets that he cannot
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Articles of Visitation for the Dean and Chapter of Can
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CCLV TO CRUMWELL Ford 28 Dec 1539 Requests
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TO OSIANDER Lambeth 27 Dec Complains of abuses
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LXXVIII TO CRUMWELL Otford 26 Nov Presses that
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TO King Henry VIII Lambeth 13 Dec 1541
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To KING HENRY VIII 7 Oct Sends the King
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TO THE CHAPTER OF CANTERBURY Croydon
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TO JOHN A LASCO London 4 July 1548 Invites
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To Martin BUCER London 2 Oct 1548 Invites
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CCLXXVII TO MARTIN BUCER Lambeth 30 Nov 1549
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CCLXXXIII TO BULLINGER Lambeth 20 March 1552
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TO CECIL Croydon 21 July 1552
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the Book of Common Prayer into French p
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TO QUEEN Mary Expresses his sorrow for having
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To Martyn and STORY Sept 1555 Encloses
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Disputation at Oxford with Chedsey 4
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TO QUEEN MARY Sept 1555 The Queens oath
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Page xxxvi - Holy Scripture and ancient Authors, that, from the Apostles' time, there have been these Orders of Ministers in Christ's Church — Bishops, Priests, and Deacons. Which Offices were evermore had in such reverend Estimation, that no man might presume to execute any of them, except he were first called, tried, examined, and known to have such qualities as are requisite for the same ; and also by public Prayer, with Imposition of Hands, were approved and admitted thereunto by lawful Authority.
Page xxxiii - All Christian princes have committed unto them immediately of God the whole cure of all their subjects, as well concerning the administration of God's word for the cure of souls, as concerning the ministration of things political and civil governance.
Page 163 - I dare not, contrary to the contents of the said letters, presume to come unto your Grace's presence; nevertheless, of my most bounden duty, I can do no less than most humbly to desire your Grace, by your great wisdom and by the assistance of God's help, somewhat to suppress the deep sorrows of your Grace's heart, and to take all adversities of God's hand both patiently and thankfully.
Page 31 - Paul's dayu last, as the condition thereof doth well appear, by reason she is now somewhat big with child. Notwithstanding it hath been reported throughout a great part of the realm that I married her ; which was plainly false, for I myself knew not thereof a fortnight after it was done.
Page 299 - I loved him as my friend, for so I took -him to be ; but I chiefly loved him for the love which I thought I saw him bear ever towards your Grace, singularly above all other. But now, if he be a traitor, I am sorry that ever I loved or trusted him, and I am very glad that his treason is discovered in time...
Page 298 - Majesty; he who loved your Majesty, as I ever thought, no less than God...
Page 200 - Also, that they shall provide within three months next after this visitation, one book of the whole bible, of the largest volume in English.
Page lxxvi - First, that in the most blessed sacrament of the altar, by the strength and efficacy of Christ's mighty word (it being spoken by the priest), is present really, under the form of bread and wine, the natural body and blood of our Saviour Jesus Christ, conceived of the Virgin Mary; and that after the consecration there remaineth no substance of bread and wine, nor any other substance, but the substance of Christ, God and man.
Page 326 - In the name of God amen. The 1 st day of September in the 36th year of the reign of our sovereign lord Henry VIII by the grace of God King of England, France and Ireland, defender of the faith and of the church of England and also of Ireland, in earth the supreme head, and in the year of our Lord God 1544.
Page 315 - Latin were but barren, as me seemed, and little fruitful, I was constrained to use more than the liberty of a translator; for in some processions I have altered divers words ; in some I have added part ; in some taken part away ; some I have left out whole, either for by cause the matter appeared to me to be little to purpose, or by cause the days be not with us festival days ; and some processions I have added whole, because I thought I had better matter for the purpose than was the procession in...

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