Ecclesiastical memorials; relating chiefly to religion, and the reformation of it: shewing the various emergencies of the Church of England, under king Henry the eigth (Historical memorials, chiefly ecclesiastical, and such as concern religion and the reformation of it ... under ... king Edward vi; Historical memorials, ecclesiastical and civil, of events under the reign of queen Mary i).
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Sida 257 - Mr. Shelton would have my Lady Elizabeth to dine and sup every day at the board of estate. Alas, my lord, it is not meet for a child of her age to keep such rule yet. I promise you, my lord, I dare not take it upon me to keep her grace in health an
Sida 417 - ... again the third day ; that he ascended into heaven, and sitteth at the right hand of God the Father Almighty ; and from thence shall come again at the end of the world, to judge the quick and the dead ? And dost thou believe in the Holy Ghost ; the holy Catholic Church ; the communion of saints ; the remission of sins ; the resurrection of the flesh -, and everlasting life after death ? Answer.
Sida 451 - In cujus rei testimonium has literas nostras fieri fecimus patentes. Teste meipso apud Westmonasterium, sexto die Julii anno regni nostri trecesimo secundo.
Sida 256 - Now it is so, my Lady Elizabeth is put from that degree she was afore, and what degree she is at [of] now, I know not but by hearsay. Therefore I know not how to order her, nor myself, nor none of hers that I have the rule of — that is her women and grooms, beseeching you to be good lord to my lady, and to all hers, and that she may have some raiment.
Sida 457 - I see nothing in this woman as men report of her ; and I mervail that wise men wold make such report as they have don.
Sida 55 - Frear did promyse so to wryte to hym a letter at afternoone, and to gete them a New Testament. And then after that communication, the sayd Thomas Hilles and this respondent shewyd the Frear Barons of certayne old bookes that they had : as of iiii. Evangelistes, and certayne Epistles of Peter and Poule in Englishe. Which bookes the sayd Frear dyd litle regard, and made a twyte of it, and sayd, A poynt for them, for they be not to be regarded toward the new printed Testament in Englishe. For it is...
Sida 196 - London, and in that case chiefly credited) was able to instruct him, with whom he prayed him in that point to confer.
Sida 364 - I took him into my house half a year ; and there he lived like a good priest, as methought. He studied most part of the day and of the night at his book ; and he would eat but sodden meat, by his good will, nor drink but small single beer.
Sida 257 - God an' her teeth were well graft, to have her grace after another fashion than she is yet, so as I trust the king's grace shall have great comfort in her grace. For she is as toward a child and as gentle of conditions, as ever I knew any in my life. Jesu preserve her grace...