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count of what passed in an audience the

Bishop of Arras gave him ............... 257 281

25. The letter that the Bishop of Arras wrote to

Cardinal Pole upon that audience ........

26. Cardinal l'ole's answer to the Bishop of Ar-

ras's letter ............................

27. Cardinal Pole's letter to king Philip ........ 261. ib.

28. A letter of Cardinal Pole's to the Pope, giving

account of a conference that he had with

Charles V, concerning the church-lands... 263 283

29. A part of Mason's letter to Queen Mary con-

cerning Cardinal Pole .................. 265 284

30. A letter of Cardinal Pole's to Philip II, com-

plaining of the delays that had been made,

and desiring a speedy admittance into Eng-

land ..

31, The Lord Paget's and the Lord Hastings's

letter concerning Cardinal Pole ..........

32. An original letter of Mason's, of a preacher

that pressed the restitution of church-lands

33. Cardinal Pole's commission to the bishops, to

reconcile all in their diocesses to the Church

of Rome ...

34. Articles of such things as be to be put in exe-

cution ..................................

35. The process and condemnation of Bishop

Hooper, and the order given for his execu-

tion.....................................

...... 280 289

36. The Queen's letter, ordering the manner of

Hooper's execution....

37. A letter of Bishop Hooper's to Bullinger, writ-

ten out of prison ........................ 284

38. A letter of Mason's, concerning a treaty begun

with France, and of the affairs of the empire 286 302

39. A translation of Charles the Fifth's letters,

resigning the crown of Spain to King Philip 287 304

40. A remembrance of those things that your

Highness's pleasure was I should put in

writing ; written in Cardinal Pole's hand.. 289 306

41. Some directions for the Queen's council, left

by king Philip ....... ........ .... 291 307

12. A letter to the Ambassadors, concerning the

restitution of Calais .....................
43. A letter of the Ambassadors, concerning Ca-

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44. A letter of Jewel's to P. Martyr, from Stras-

burgh, of the state of affairs in England ... 298

45. A letter of Gualter's to Dr. Masters, advising,

a thorough reformation .......

...... 300

ib.

46. A letter of the Earl of Bedford's to Bullinger,

from Venice.... ............

302 329

47. A letter of Jewel's to P. Martyr, of the state

he found matters in when he came to Eng-

land .......

303 330

48. A letter of Jewel's to Bullinger, concerning

the state of things in the beginning of this

reign ....

......... 305 ib.

49. A letter of Jewel's to P. Martyr, concerning

the disputation with the papists at West.

minster .......

307 331

50. A letter of Jewel's to P. Martyr, of the de-

bates in the House of Lords; and of the

state of the universities; and concerning

the inclinations to the Smalcaldick league .310 ib.

51. A letter of Jewel's to P. Martyr, of the state

of affairs both in England and Scotland.... 312 333

52. A letter of Jewel's to P. Martyr, before he

went his progress into the western parts of

England................................ 314

53. 4 declaration made by the confederate lords

of Scotland to the Queen of England, of

their taking arms against the Queen Dowa-

ger of Scotland and the French .......... 339

54. A discussion of the matters of Scotland, in Sir

W. Cecil's hand .......

55. The bond of association, with this title, Ane

Contract of the Lords and Barons, to de-

fend the Liberty of the Evangell of Christ 326 345

56. A letter of Jewel's to P. Martyr, setting forth

the progress that superstition had made in

Queen Mary's reign .............. ...... 327 346

57. A letter of Jewel's to P. Martyr, concerning

the earnestness of some about vestments

and rituals ......

329 347

58. A letter of Jewel's to P. Martyr, full of sad

apprehensions .......................... 331

59. The Queen's letter to the Emperor, concerning

her aversion to marriage ................ 333

60. A letter of Jewel's to P. Martyr, concerning

the cross in the Queen's Chapel ....... .. ib. 349

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61. A letter of Bishop Sands, expressing the un-

easiness he was in, by reason of the crucifix

in the Queen's Chapel ..................

62 A letter of Dr. Sampson's to P. Martyr, set-

ting forth his reasons for not accepting a

bishopric ......................

63. A second letter of Sampson's, expressing great

uneasiness that matters were not carried on

as he wished .......................... 338 351

64. Archbishop Parker's letter to Secretary Cecil,

pressing the filling the sees of York and

Duresme, then vacant .....

.... 341 353

65. A letter of Bishop Jewel's to P. Martyr, con-

cerning the Council of Trent, the Lord

Darnley's going to Scotland, with an ac-

count of his mother .........

66. Two Instruments.-The firsi is, The promise

under the great seal of Francis the Second,

to maintain the succession to the crown of

Scotland in the family of Hamilton, in case

Queen Mary should die without children.. 345 355

The second is, The promise made to the same

effect, by Henry the Second, King of France,
before Queen Mary was sent out of Scot-
land ....... ..........................

.... 346 ib,

67. Instructions to the Queen's commissioners

treating in Scotland .................... 347 356

68. The commission of the estates, to move Queen

Elizabeth to take the Earl of Arran to her

husband ........

69. The Queen's Majesty's answer, declared to

her council, concerning the requests of the

lords of Scotland ....

.... 350 358

70. A letter of the English Ambassador to Queen

Mary of Scotland, for her ratifying the

treaty of Leith .....

71. A letter of Mary Queen of Scotland, delaying

to ratify the treaty of Leith...

.... 353 ib.

72. An original letter of the Ambassadors to the

Queen, upon that affair. .................

73. A letter of Bishop Jewel's to Bullinger,

chiefly concerning the affairs of France, and

the Queen espousing the Prince of Conde's

.... 357 360

74. An extract out of the journal of the Lower

House of Convocation .................. 359 363

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75. Bishop Horn's letter to Gualter, concerning

the controversy about the habits of the
clergy ..........;

............. 362 370
76. Bullinger's letter to Bishop Horn concerning

that question ........

77. Bullinger's answer to Hur

son, on the same subject ................. 36"

78. Humphreys and Sampson's letter to Bull-

inger, insisting on the question .......... 373

79. A paper of other things complained of, besides

these heads .......

....... 378

80. Bullinger's answer to their letter, declining to

enter further into the dispute ............ 379

81. Bullinger and Gualter's letter to the Earl of

Bedford, pressing him to find a temper in
that matter ...............

... .... 308 376
82. Bullinger and Gualter's letter to Bishop Grin-

dal and Bishop Horn, for quieting the dis-
pute ...........

:::......... 383 377
83. A letter of Bishop Grindal and Bishop Horn,

giving a full account of their sense of all
the matters complained of in the Church of
England .........

.......... 385 ib.

84. A letter of Jewel's to Bullinger, concerning

the debates in parliament relating to the

succession, and the heats in the disputes

about the vestments .................... 390 379

85. A letter of Jewel's to Bullinger, of the state

affairs were in both in England, Ireland,

Scotland, and the Netherlands .......... 392 ib.
86. The end of a letter written to Zurick, setting

forth the temper of some bishops in these

87. Bullinger and Gualter's letter to the Bishops
Om sauers . .;.:.:.:.:................... 396

of London, Winchester, and Norwich ; in-

terceding for favour to those whose scruples

were not satisfied in those matters ........ ib. 380

88. A part of a letter of Jewel's to Bullinger, of

the state of affairs both in England and

Scotland .............................. 396 381

89. A petition, with some articles, offered by the

reformed in Scotland to their Queen: with

the Queen's answer to it, and their reply

in upon it ................................ 397 384

90. A supplication to the Queen of Scotland ..... 404 388

91. A letter of B. Parkhurst to Bullinger, con-

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