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

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CCXCIX
644
CCCIII
650
CCCVII
656
To the same Strasburgh June S 1550
665
To the same Strasburgh July 10 1550
667
To the same Strasburgh Aug 101550
668
To the same Strasburgh Sept I 1550
670
To the same Frankfort Sept 14 1550
671
To the same Strasburgh Nov 21 1550
672
To the same Strasburgh Dec 28 1550
674
To the same Strasburgh Jan 6 1551
675
To the same Strasburgh Jan 21 1551
676
To the same Strasburgh Aug 3 1551
677
To the same Strasburgh Aug 10 1551
680
To the same Strasburgh May 11553
681
To the same Strasburgh July 8 1553
683
To the same Strasburgh Aug 16 1553
684
To the same Strasburgh March 3 1554
685
To the same Strasburgh Sept 3 1554
686
To the same Pinczov Nov 4 1557
687
To the same Cracow Feb 16 1558
689
To the same Cracow March 1 1558
693
To the same Cracow March 161558
695
To the same Cracow Oct 27 1558
698
CCCXXXIH To the same Cracow Nov 301558
701
John Calvin CCCXXXIV To lady Anne Seymour Geneva July 15 1549
702
To the Protector Somerset s 1 et a
704
To king Edward VI Geneva Jan 11551
707
To Thomas Cranmer s 1 et a
711
To K Edward VI Geneva July 41552
714
To Lord John Grey s 1 et a
715
Council of Berne to Edward VI Berne Dec 14 1549
717
Christopher Froschover CCCXLI To H BuEinger Oxford Nov 19 1550
719
ToR Gualter Oxford Feb 21 1551
721
To the same Oxford May 28 1551
723
To the same London Aug 12 1551
725
To H Bullinger s 1 et a
727
Francis Bourgoyne CCCXLVI To John Calvin London Dec 41550
730
To the same London Jan 22 1552
731
Valerandus Pollanus to Calvin London March 7 1552
737
Henry Bullinger CCCXLIX To John Burcher Zurich June 28 1549
739
To Theodore Beza Zurich Aug 30 1553
741
To John Calvin Zurich Oct 15 1553
742
To the same Zurich March 261554
743
To certain Englishmen Zurich Aug 24 1554
747
To John Calvin Zurich Sept 9 1654
750
To the same s 1 et a
751
To Henry Bullinger Frankfort Sept 17 1557
763
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