Memorials of the Most Reverend Father in God Thomas Cranmer, Sometime Lord Archbishop of Canterbury: Wherein the History of the Church and the Reformation of it During the Primacy of the Said Archbishop are Greatly Illustrated, and Many Singular Matters Relating Thereunto, Now First Published (1694)

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Clarendon Press, 1812 - England - 1118 pages
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Page 569 - refufe, as things written with my hand, contrary to the " truth which I thought in my heart, and writ for fear of
Page 568 - exhortation is, That, next unto God, you " obey your King and Queen willingly and gladly, without " murmur or grudging ; and not for fear of them only, but " much more for the fear of God : knowing that they be God's
Page 182 - that I account my Lord of Canterbury as " faithful a man towards me as ever was prelate in this " realm, and one to whom I am many ways beholden, by " the faith I owe unto God ;
Page 89 - that could, bought the book, or bufily read it, or got others to read it to them, if they could not themfelves ; and divers more elderly people learned to read on purpofe.
Page 92 - chamber, and, like a mad zealot, taking him by the hair of his head with both his hands, pulled him out of the bed, and whipped him unmercifully. And when the young man bore this beating, as he related, with a kind of joy,
Page 128 - apt to learning, let him be admitted ; if not apt, let the " poor man's child that is apt enter his room.
Page iii - THE MOST REVEREND FATHER IN GOD, JOHN, BY THE DIVINE PROVIDENCE, LORD ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY, Primate of all England, and Metropolitan; AND ONE OF
Page 568 - as much as in you lieth, and to hurt no man, no more " than you would hurt your own natural and loving brother
Page 207 - Kings, thus; Like unto him there was no King, that turned to the Lord with all his heart, according to all the law of Mofes ; neither after him arofe there any like him. This was to that Prince a perpetual fame of dignity, to remain to the end of days. " Being bound by my function to lay thefe things before your Royal
Page 206 - gifts of his fpirit, for the better ruling and guiding of his " people. " The oil, if added, is but a ceremony : if it be wanting, " that King is yet a perfect monarch