The Church Historians of England; Reformation Period Volume 7, PT. 2

The Church Historians of England; Reformation Period Volume 7, PT. 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1861 edition. Excerpt: ...Thus I departed, and by my lord's registrar I was brought to his cellar door, The end where I drank a good cup of wine. And my lord's chaplain, master Cousins, Jjjjj' followed me, taking acquaintance, saying, that I was welcome, and wished that I Bonner, would not be singular. Philpot: --" I am well taught the contrary by Solomon, saying, 'Woe be to him that is alone.' After that I was carried to my lord's coal-house again, where I with my six fellows do rouse together in straw, as cheerfully (we thank God) as others do in their beds of down. Tim for the third Fyt? The Fourth Examination of Master Philpot, had in the Archdeacon's house of London, the said month of October, before the Bishops of London, Bath, Worcester, and Gloucester. Bonner: --" Master Philpot, it hath pleased my lords to take pains here today, to dine with my poor archdeacon; and in the dinner time it chanced us to have communication of you, and you were pitied here of many that knew you in the New College in Oxford. And I also do pity your case, because you seem unto me, by the talk I had with you the other night, to be learned. And therefore now I have sent for you to come before them, that it might not be said hereafter, that I had so many learned bishops at my house, and yet would not vouchsafe them to talk with you, and at my request (I thank them) they are content so to do. Now therefore utter your mind freely, and you shall with all favour be satisfied. I am sorry to see you lie in so evil a case as you do, and would fain you should do better, as you may if you list." Bath: --" My lords here have not sent for you to fewn upon you, but for charity's sake to exhort you to come into the right catholic way of the church." Worcester: --" Before he...show more

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  • Paperback | 316 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 17mm | 567g
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  • English
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  • 1236519558
  • 9781236519559