Historical and Biographical Works: Memorials of Thomas Cranmer. 1840

Clarendon Press, 1840

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Página 557 - 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...
Página 1097 - ... una cum prenominatis testibus presens interfui eaque omnia et singula sic fieri vidi et audivi...
Página 556 - ... loving brother or sister. For this you may be sure of, that whosoever hateth any person, and goeth about maliciously to hinder or hurt him, surely, and without all doubt, God is not with that man, although he think himself never so much in God's favor.
Página 556 - God you obey your King and Queen, willingly and gladly, without murmuring or grudging: not for fear of them only, but much more for the fear of God; knowing that they be God's ministers, appointed by God to rule and govern you; and therefore whosoever resisteth them, resisteth the ordinance of God.
Página 483 - Then Master Latimer bowed his knee down to the ground, holding his hat in his hand, having a kerchief on his head, and upon it a night-cap or two, and a great cap, (such as townsmen use, with two broad flaps to button under the chin,) wearing an old thread-bare...
Página 1106 - Suisque Successoribus canonice intrantibus, non ero in consilio aut consensu, vel facto, ut vitam perdant, aut membrum, seu capiantur...
Página 555 - So I beseech God grant me grace, that I may speak something, at this my departing, whereby God may be glorified, and you edified. " ' First, It is an heavy case to see, that...
Página 1033 - These things hast thou done, and I held my tongue, and thou thoughtest wickedly, that I am even such a one as thyself : but I will reprove thee, and set before thee the things that thou hast done.
Página 810 - We will have the mass in Latin, as was before, and celebrated by the priest, without any man or woman communicating with him.
Página 558 - Fire being now put to him, he stretched out his right hand and thrust it into the flame, and held it there a good space, before the fire came to any other part of his body, where his hand was seen of every man sensibly burning, crying with a loud voice,

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