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4. Some considerations offered to
him to proceed to a further re-
formation . . . . . . . . 174 584
5. A declaration made by somo
the functions and Divine institu-
tion of bishops and priests . .175 585
persuade the King to a further re-
7. A letter written by the German
Ambassadors to the King, against
the taking away of the cbalice,
and against private masses, and
8. The King's answer to the former
letter . . . . . . . . 187 ib.
his bishops, directing them how
to instruct the people . . . . 195 590
10. Arguments given by Tonstal to
theking, to prove auricular confeg-
with some notes on the margin
written with the King's own band, 196 591
in answer to the former paper • 198 ib.
12 A definition of the Catholic
Church, corrected with the King's
SECOND VOLUME OF THE HISTORY.
The Journal of King Edward's reign, 203 11 6. The Duke of Somerset's com-
mission to be Protector .. 253 27
bishop of York concerning the
visitation . . . . . . . 256 41
8. The form of bidding prayers
before the Reformation . . . 257 47
ing the subjection of the crown of
10. A letter sent by the Scottish no-
bility to the Pope concerning their
11. The oath given to the Scots who
12. Bonner's protestation, with his
submission . . . . . . . ib.
13. Gardiner's letter concerning the
| 14. The conclusion of his letter to
ih 8 the Protector against them . 262
15. A letter of the Protector's to
formation . . . . . . . 263
house of convocation . . . . 964 74
I purpose . . . . . . . . ib.
curing the popedom to himself
49. Instructions given to the Lord
delivery of Bulloignetothe French, 306 ib.
50. Other instructions sent to them, 307 236
congregation . . . . . . 308 246
52. Injunctions given by Bishop
53. Oylethorpe's submission and
54. Dr. Smith's letter to Cranmer, 311 259
the King's athority , . . ib. 265
the north . . . . . . . 317 345
57. Instructions to Sir Rich. Mori-
son sent to the Emperor . . 321 349
the sins of that time . . . . 323 360
concerning the visitation of the
60. The Protector's answer to the
former letter . . . . . . 324 ib.
Henry, concerning a further resor-
1. The proclamation of Lady Jane
2. A letter written by Queen Ka.
Queen Mary to her father .. ib. 373
4. Another of the same strain con-
5. Another to the same purpose. ib. ib.
6. A letter written by her to Crom-
well, containing a full submission
in all points of religion to her fa.
ther's pleasure . . . . . . 330 ib.
7. A letter of Bonner's upon his
ib. 204 being restored to his bishoprick. ib. 335
8. Cranmer's manifesto against
the mass . . . . . . . . 331 ib.
9. The conclusions of instructions
sent by Card. Pole to the Queen, ib. 405
the bishops ....... 332
| 12. Another commission for turning
out the rest of them . . . . 333
13. Bonner's certificate that Bishop
eices of peace in Norfolk . : . 336 448
tion. . . . . . . . . . ib. ib.
16. Address made by the lower to
the upper house of convocation . 339 458
legate a lotere in Scotland . . 342 453
C. 11. ,
the Lady Elizabeth's answer to
the proposition of marriage sent
1. The device for alteration of re.
ligion in the first year of Queen
tary Cecil . . . . . . . 372 583
ker concerning the proceedings in
parliament. . . . . . . 374 597
the papists and protestants dis-
with the arguments which the re-
formed divines made upon it. ib. 603
4. The answer which D. Cole made
to the former proposition . . . 377
5. A declaration made by the
6. An Address made by some bi-
against the use of images. . . 382 614
province of York . . . . . 383 619
Dr. Parker, concerning his pro-
cration . . . . . . .
• 390 625
. 390 025
10. An order for the translating of
11. A profession of religion made
in all churches by the clergy ... 393 626
concerning the keeping of the
12. A letter of the Earl of Leicester's
touching the same thing ... 396 ib.
ing Queen Elizabeth ·.:. 398 ib.
An Appendix concerning some of the
THIRD VOLUME OF THE HISTORY.
BOOK I. II. III.
| 5. A letter of Cardinal Wolsey's
to King Henry, sent with letters
tbat the King was to write to the
6. A letter of Cardinal Wolsey's
to the King, concerning the Em.
peror's firmness to him . . . ib.
Wolsey to King Henry, about his
election to the popedom, upon
Wolsey to the King, about the
succession to the popedom . . ib.
cities of Dantzic, Stettin, and
Koningsburg . . . . . . . 449 143
i cil; marked in some places on the
margin iu King Henry's own hand, 454 148
thority, and his followers, setting
33 A proclamation against sedi.
tious preachers . . . . . . 457 150
York, setting forth bis zeal in the
King's service, and against the
King's Ambassador in France,
36. The engagement sent over by
promising that he would adhere
to him, in condemning his first,
and justifying his second mar-
37. Cranmer's letter to Cromwell;
justifying himself, npon some
complaints made by Gardiner . 463 157
well, complaining of the Bishop
39. A letter of Dr. Leigh's, concern-
| 40. A letter of Tonstal's, upon the
King's ordering the bishops to
41. A letter of the Archbishop of
York's, concerning the suppres.
42. Instructions for sending Barnes,
and others, to Germany. . . 468 166
43. The Smalcaldic league . . . 469 170
44. Propositions made to the King
45. The answer of the King, to the
petitions and articles lately ad-
dressed to his Highness,from John
Frederick Duke of Saxe, elector,
Hesse, in the name of them, and
46. The answer of the King's Am-
bassadors, made to the Duke of
Hesse . . . . . . . . . 473 173
| 47. A letter written to the King, by
league . . . . . . . . . 475 174
48. Cranmer's letter to Cromwell,
of the Ambassadors from Ger-
many . . . . . . . . . ib. 175
letter to Cromwell, denying any
contract, or promise of marriage,
between Queen Anne and him-
self . . . . . . . . . . 476 181
c. n. 1
BOOK IV. V. VI.
1. Instructions given by Luther to
article was erroneously published
complained of, the whole is now
2. The Lady Mary's letter to the
of the King's Majesty's Council,
upon their suspecting that some
of her household had encouraged
3. A letter of Christopher Mount's,
concerning the Interin . . . . 517 300
Bullinger, giving an account of
the cruelty of the Spaniards in the
Netherlands . . . . . . . .
: ·. ib. ib.
5. The oath of supremacy, as it was
made when the bishops did bo-
time. The last words were struck
out by King Edward Vi.. . . 518 306
Bullinger of the state of the uni-
versity of Oxford in the year 1550, 519 310
name, to the officers of the Arch-
bishop of Canterbury ; requiring
Religion should be subscribed . 520 319
Bisliop of Norwich, sent with the
clergy . . . . . . . . . 521 320
the university of Cambridge to
the same purpose . . . . . 522 321
succession . . . . . . . ib. 322
11. The Council's original subscrip-
tation of the Crown ... . 523 323
nexed to the commission, for
taking surrender of the cathedral
13. An original letter of Queen
wrote to her . . . . . . . 524 340
14. Queen Mary's letter to the Earl
of Sussex, to take care of elections
Queen Mary . . . . . . . ib. 345
17. Cardinal Pole's general powers,
for reconciling England to the
18. A letter of Cardinal Pole's to
Philip's arrival in England and
his marriage to the Queen . . 529 348