Original Letters Relative to the English Reformation: Written During the Reigns of King Henry VIII, King Edward VI, and Queen Mary: Chiefly from the Archives of Zurich

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University Press, 1846 - 784 páginas
 

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Miles Coverdale
31
To Calvin Frankfort March 26 1548
33
To H Bullinger Strasburgh Jan 27 1546
38
To the same Without place or date
40
To the same After Sept 10 1547 43
67
To H Bullinger London Nov 7 1549
69
To the same London Dec 27 1549
74
Thomas Lever
150
To H Bollinger Geneva June 28 1554
156
To the same Geneva Jan 17 1555
157
To the same Frankfort Feb 12 1555
159
To the same Strasburgh Jan 4 1556
160
To the same Berne May 12 1556
162
To R Gualter Basle May 27 1556
163
To H Bullinger Arau Sept 18 1556
165
To R Gualter Arau Aug 11 1557
166
and others to H Bullinger Arau Oct 5 1557
169
To John Calvin Strasburgh Feb 23 1555
170
To H Bullinger Strasburgh Aug 6 1555
172
To the same Strasburgh April 6 1556
173
To the same Without place or date
175
To the same Lausanne Aug 12 1556
176
To the same Lausanne Sept 13 1556
177
To the same Lausanne Oct 13 1556
179
To the same Strasburgh April 23 1557
180
To Peter Martyr Frankfort April 8 1558
181
XCVTI To the same Strasburgh July 10 1558
182
Christopher Hales XCVIII To R Gualter London March 4 1550
184
To the same London May 24 1550
186
C To H Bullinger London June 12 1550
188
To the same London Dec 10 1550
189
To R Gualter Before Jan 26 1551
191
To the same London Jan 26 1551
195
To H Bullinger August 1540
196
To the same London 1541
200
To the same Frankfort Sept 18 1541
216
To the same Strasburgh Nov 23 1541
222
To the same Strasburgh May 10 1542
224
To the same Strasburgh Dec 18 1542
228
To the same Frankfort March 24 1543
239
To the same Strasburgh Sept 26 1543
240
To the same Strasburgh Nov 15 1543
242
To the same Strasburgh Sept 26 1544
244
To the same Strasburgh April 151545
246
To the same Strasburgh Jan 28 1546
250
To the same Strasburgh April 30 1546
252
CXVIL To the same Strasburgh Jan 26 1547
255
To the same Strasburgh Feb 25 1547
257
To the same Strasburgh May 19 1547
259
To the same Strasburgh June 18 1548
261
To the same London June 4 1549
265
To the same About October 1552
288
To the same London Nov 30 1553
290
To the same Strasburgh July 9 1554
291
To the same Strasburgh Aug 311554
292
To the same Strasburgh Dec 9 1554
294
To the same Strasburgh Jan 8 1555
297
To the same Strasburgh Jan 151555
298
To the same Strasburgh April 24 1555
299
To the same Strasburgh Dec 7 1555
300
To the same Strasburgh March 12 1556
301
John Banks CXLI To H BuUinger London March 15 1554
303
To the same Strasburgh Dec 9 1554
306
CXL1II To the same Strasburgh Jan 9 1555
308
Thomas Harding to H Bullinger Oxford Oct 19 1551
309
Henry Sidall to H BuUinger Oxford Oct 4 1552
311
Ralph Skinner to H BuUinger Oxford Jan 5 1550
313
John WiUock to H BuUinger Oxford May 12 1552
314
To H BuUinger London Feb 20 1540
316
To the same Before Feb 18 1546
317
To the same London Aug 1 1548
319
To the same London Sept 28 1548
321
To the same London Dec 31 1548
322
To the same Oxford June 12 1550
323
To the same London Sept 10 1552
324
To the same London June 3 1553
326
To John Calvin Without place or date
328
Peter Alexander to Paul Fagius Lambeth March 241549
329
To Ulstetter Calais April 18 1549
331
To the same Lambeth April 26 1549
332
To Conrad Hubert Croydon May 7 1549
333
To Museums London July 17 1548
334
To the same London Dec 23 1548 33i
336
CLX1V Peter of Peiugia to H BuUinger Cambridge Feb 10 1550
338
Thomas Norton to Calvin London Nov 13 1552
339
Hierome Massarius to H Bullinger Basle Dec 21 1553
342
John Byrchman to H BuUinger Dec 10 1549
344
William Salkyns CLXVIII To H BuUinger Strasburgh Nov 20 1554
345
To the same Strasburgh Dec 28 1554
346
To H Bullinger Cambridge March 25 1549
350
To Joachim Vadian Cambridge June 5 1549
352
To H Bullinger Basle Dec 3 1549
353
To the same Strasburgh May 21552
354
Francis Warner to H Bullinger Strasburgh July 8 1543
355
Thomas Knight to H Bullinger Venice Jan 23 1547
357
Richard Masters to R Gualter Oxford June 14 1551
358
Augustine Bemher to H Bullinger Baxterley May 31 1552
360
Parker and W Haddon to C Hubert and Chelius Camb 1551
361
Bucers widow to Abp Cranmer Before April 29 1552
363
U Chelius and C Hubert to Parker? T and Haddon Strasburgh June201553
364
Julius Terentianus to J ab Ulmis Strasburgh Nov 20 1553
365
Reniger to H Bullinger Without place or date
374

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