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SOMETIME BISHOP OF WORCESTER, MARTYR, 1555. Edited For The Parker Society, By The Rev. George Elwes Corrie, B.D. Fellow And Tutor Of Catharine Hall, Cambridge, And Norrisian Professor Of Divinity In That University.
The Sixth : On the Epistle for the First Sunday in Advent The Seventh : On the Gospel for St. Andrewís Day The Eighth: On the Gospel for the Second Sunday in Advent The Ninth: On the Gospel for the Third Sunday in Advent Sermon preached at Bexterley on Christmas Day, Sermon preached at Grimsthorpe on St. Stephenís Day, Sermon preached at Grimsthorpe on St. John the Evangelistís Day, Sermon preached at Grimsthorpe on Twelfth Day, Sermon preached the First Sunday after the Epiphany, 1552[?] Sermon preached the Second Sunday after the Epiphany Sermon preached the Third Sunday after the Epiphany Sermon preached the Fourth Sunday after the Epiphany Sermon preached the Fifth Sunday after the Epiphany Sermon preached on Septuagesima Sunday Sermon preached on Sexagesima Sunday MISCELLANEOUS REMAINS.
Articles to which Mr. Latimer was required to subscribe, Articles devised by the Bishops for Mr. Latimer to subscribe unto Latimerís Communication with Mr. Bainham in Newgate Articles imputed to Latimer by Dr. Powell Bishop Latimerís Injunctions to the Prior and Convent of St. Maryís House, Worcester, Injunctions to the Clergy, Arguments against Purgatory, with King Henry VIII.ís answers Disputation at Oxford, 18th of April, 1554, with Mr. Smith and others Examination before the Commissioners, Sept. 30, 1555.
To Dr. Greene To Dr. Redman To King Henry VIII.
To Dr. Sherwood To Mr. Hubbardine To Sir Edward Baynton To Ditto To the Archbishop of Canterbury To Mr. Greenwood To Mr. Morice To Secretary Cromwell To a certain Gentleman To one in prison for the profession of the Gospel To the Lovers of Godís Truth To Mrs. Wilkinson Appendix.
The Editor desires to acknowledge his obligations to Mr. Lemon of the State Paper Office, for the valuable aid afforded by him in securing accurate transcripts of such of Bishop Latimerís Letters as are here printed from the Cromwell Correspondence, and for suggestions respecting the probable dates of several of the letters. The Editorís best thanks also are due to the Rev. Joseph Romilly for the ready kindness with which he supplied information from the Register of the University of Cambridge; to Mr. J. Darling of the Clerical Library, Little Queen Street, London, for the obliging manner in which he obtained a copy of several MSS. in the British Museum, and of the Latin Sermon from a very rare printed copy in the Archiepiscopal Library at Lambeth; and to J. H.
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