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, Volume 1
Printed at the University Press, 1847 - 784 páginas
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acquainted affairs altogether antichrist archbishop of Canterbury Bibliander bishop bishop of London brethren BURCHER TO HENRY Burnet Cheke Christ church commend council Cranmer Dated at Oxford Dated at Strasburgh dear desire diligently doctrine Dorset doubt duke of Somerset duty earl of Warwick earnestly endeavour England English entreat especially eucharist Farewell favour Frankfort Froschover godly gospel gratifying Greeting Gualter HENRY BULLINGER holy honourable hope John a Lasco JOHN AB ULMIS JOHN BURCHER kindness king king's kingdom labour learned Lord majesty marquis of Dorset MARTIN BUCER MARTIN MICRONIUS master a Lasco master doctor master Hooper ministers opinion papists Paul Fagius Pellican perceive persons Peter Martyr pray prayers preached present promise reason received regard religion respecting salute sent Sleidan Soames Strype Stumphius thing Traheron ULMIS TO HENRY Utenhovius Warwick Wherefore wife wish word worthy write written Zurich ZURICH LETTERS
Página 749 - And God is able to make all grace abound toward you ; that ye, always having all sufficiency in all things, may abound to every good work...
Página 9 - Of these, the first had for its main object 'the reprinting, without abridgment, alteration, and omission, of the best works of the Fathers and early Writers of the Reformed English Church, published in the period between the accession of king Edward VI.
Página v - For unto you it is given in the behalf of Christ, not only to believe on him, but also to suffer for his sake ; 30 Having the same conflict "which ye saw in me, and now hear to be in me.
Página 9 - Member of the Council shall have due notice of the Meetings of that body, at which not less than five shall constitute a quorum. VI. — That the President, Treasurer, and Secretary, and at least three ordinary Members of the Council, shall be elected annually by ballot, at a General Meeting to be held in the month of May ; the three senior ordinary Members of the Council to retire annually.
Página 486 - I have yet but superficially seen, that we thoroughly agree and wholly consent together in those things which are the grounds and substantial points of our religion, against the which the world so furiously rageth in these our days, howsoever in time past in smaller matters and circumstances of religion, your wisdom and my simplicity (I confess) have in some points varied : now, I say, be you assured, that even with my whole heart (God is my witness) in the bowels of Christ, I love you...
Página 14 - II. They will be sent to any place in England beyond the distance of three miles from the General Post Office, by any conveyance a Member may point out. In this case the parcels will be booked at the expense of the Society, but the carriage must be paid by the Members to whom they are sent.
Página 535 - We yesterday waited upon the archbishop of Canterbury, that most benevolent and kind father of the churches and of godly men ; who received and entertains us as brethren, not as dependents.