Memorials of the Most Reverend Father in God, Thomas Cranmer; ... Wherein the History of the Church, and the Reformation of It ... Are Greatly Illustrated
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1840 edition. Excerpt: ...there arose a great clamour against him, as though he had spoiled the church; and yet he did no more than the express words of the 219 After his visitation was over, he accounted not his work gftehs gger done; but soon went over both his dioceses again, to take dim," account of his clergy, how they profited since his last exar "g"l"' mining them; and to oversee even his superintendants themselves, to commend their well-doings, and to see what was ill done. So great was his pains and zeal; which made him most truly and experimentally write as he did to the Secretary: There is none that eat their bread in the sweat of their face, but such as serve in public vocation. Yours is wonderful, but mine passeth. Now I perceive that private labours be but plays, nor private troubles but ease and quietness. These matters I extract from two original letters of this Bishop to Secretary Cecyl; which I have N,, _ thought well worthy of preserving in the Appendix; and XLVTIL there they may be met with. B(lI0K Whereas it was mentioned before, how the Bishop had ' sent up a writing of the matters in controversy between the two canons and himself, we may see what care the council; p, ., de, took hereof, and what countenance they gave the Bishop, "'-: "";'z!f_ by an order they made November 6, 1552. Vhich was, fps. that a letter should be wrote to Mr. Chekc and Mr. Harley, " 2? ' to consider certain books sent unto them touching matters B0 of religion in controversy between the Bishop of YVorcester and two of the canons of Worcester, and to certify their opinion hither, that further order may be therein taken.: -Ijztgzhfgg January 29, I 55!. Upon suit made by the Duchess of of Gloom, Somerset to Sir Philip...
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