The History of the Reformation of the Church of England ... in Six Volumes, Volum 1,Edició 1

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Pàgina 243 - Grace's heart, and to take all adversities of God's hands both patiently and thankfully,. I cannot deny but your Grace hath great causes many ways of lamentable heaviness: and also that, in the wrongful estimation of the world, your Grace's honour of every part is so highly touched (whether the things that commonly be spoken of be true or not), that I remember not that ever Almighty God sent unto your Grace any like occasion to try your Grace's constancy throughout, whether your Highness can be content...
Pàgina 414 - He expressed his resignation, and desired that Cranmer might be sent for ; but before the prelate arrived, he was speechless, though he still seemed to retain his senses. Cranmer desired him to give some sign of his dying in the faith of Christ. He squeezed the prelate's hand, and immediately expired, after a reign of thirty-seven years and nine months ; and in the fifty-sixth year of his age.
Pàgina 313 - That communion in both kinds was not necessary to salvation to all persons by the law of God; but that both the flesh and blood of Christ were together in each of the kinds. (3.) That priests after the order of priesthood might not marry by the law of God.
Pàgina 336 - Barnes and others, he said,' their preaching was good;' and said also, among other things,' that if the King would turn from it, yet he would not turn: and if the King did turn, and all his people with him, he would fight in the field in his own person, with his sword in his hand against him, and all others...
Pàgina 175 - And this ye shall do against all manner of persons, of what estate, dignity, degree or condition soever they be ; and in no wise...
Pàgina 126 - ... United Kingdom); and every person summoning, calling or holding any 'such meeting or assembly, or taking any part in any such election or 'pretended election shall, being thereof duly convicted, incur and suffer 'the pains and penalties ordained and provided by the statute of provision 'and praemunire made in the sixteenth year of the reign of Richard the 'Second.
Pàgina 6 - ... advised the king to leave his pleasure, and to attend to the affairs of his realm, so busily did the almoner persuade him to the contrary ; which delighted him much, and caused him to have the greater affection and love to the almoner.
Pàgina 67 - I do hope and they come from you they shall be very good : and I am sure you desire it as much as I, and more, and it were possible, as I know it is not : and thus remaining in a steadfast hope, I make an end of my letter, written with the hand of her that is bound to be, " Your humble servant, "ANN BOLEYN.
Pàgina 193 - This had such an hateful appearance in it, being generally called a turning of the word of God, that people from thence concluded there must be a visible contrariety between that book and the doctrines of those who so handled it ; by which both their prejudice against the clergy, and their desire of reading the New Testament was increased.
Pàgina 248 - Mr. Kingston, I hear say I shall not die before noon, and I am very sorry therefore, for I thought to be dead by this time, and past my pain.

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