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THE

R E MAINS

OF

THOMAS CRANMER, D. D.

ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY.

COLLECTED AND ARRANGED

BY

THE REV. HENRY JENKYNS, M. A.

FELLOW OF ORIEL COLLEGE.

IN FOUR VOLUMES.

VOL. IV.

OXFORD,

AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS.

MDCCCXXXII.

Dover. 2. His Letters of Commission to the said Suffragan,

1537.

p. 269.

XII. A Declaration to be read by all Curates upon the publish-

ing of the Bible in English, 1538.

p. 271.

*XIII. Thirteen Articles of Faith, supposed to have been

agreed on by the English and German divines in 1538. p. 273.

*XIV. Three Articles. 1. On Private Masses. 2. On the

Worship of Saints. 3. On Images.

p. 292.

*XV. On the Order and Office of Priests and Bishops. p. 300.

XVI. Mandate by Cranmer for certain returns respecting bene-

fices and beneficed persons, 1541.

XVII. Mandate by Cranmer for taking away shrines and images,

1541.

p. 310.

XVIII. Constitution by Cranmer for the regulation of Church-

men’s tables, 1541.

p. 312.

XIX. Statute by Cranmer respecting the number of proctors in

the Archiepiscopal Courts, 1542.

XX. Extracts from the Fathers against the fear of death, &c.

p. 316.

XXI. Mandate by Cranmer for Rogations and Processions for

fair weather, 1543.

p. 318.

XXII. Mandate by Cranmer for Processions in English, 1544.

p. 320.

*XXIII. Mandate by Cranmer for Processions in English, 1545.

p. 322.

XXIV. Preface to King Henry VIII.'s Primer, 1545. p. 325.

XXV. King Edward VI.'s Injunctions to the Clergy. 1547.

p. 327.

XXVI. King Edward VI.'s Injunctions to the Bishops. 1547.

p. 341.

*XXVII. Letter from the Privy Council concerning Homilies

and Injunctions, 1547.

ibid.

XXVIII. A Proclamation concerning irreverent talkers of the

sacrament, 1547.

p. 342.

XXIX. A Proclamation for abstaining from flesh in Lent, 1548.

p. 345.

XXX. A Proclamation against innovation without authority,

and preaching without license, 1548.

p. 348.

* The Articles marked with an asterisk are now, it is believed, printed

for the first time.

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