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" Christ's vicar, hath been lord of all the world as Christ is ; so that if he should have deprived the king of his crown, or you of the lordship of Bromeham, it had been enough : for he could do no wrong. "
A history military and municipal of the ancient borough of Devizes [by H. Bull]. - Page 105
by Henry Bull (of Devizes.) - 1859
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Evangelical Magazine and Missionary Chronicle, Volume 36

Religion - 1858
...thought that the Pope, Christ's Vicar, had been lord of all the world, as Christ is ; so that if be should have deprived the king of his crown, or you...Bromham, it had been enough, for he could do no wrong." About this time an event took place which created no small stir among the clergy, exciting the hatred...
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The Sermons of the Right Reverend Father in God, and Constant ..., Volume 1

Hugh Latimer - History - 1824
...thought in times past, that the pope, Christ's vicar, had been lord of all the world as Christ is, so that if he should have deprived the king of his crown, or you of your lordship of Bromham, it had been enough : for he could do no wrong. Now I might be hired to think...
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British Reformers: Select sermons and letters of Dr. Hugh Latimer

Christian biography - 1842
...I have thought in times past, that the Pope was Christ's vicar, lord of all the world as Christ is, so that if he should have deprived the king of his crown, or you of the lordship of Bromeham, it had been enough : for he could do no wrong. Now I might be brought to think otherwise...
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Publications, Issue 104

Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Board of Publication - 1842
...I have thought in times past, that the Pope was Christ's vicar, lord of all the world as Christ is, so that if he should have deprived the king of his crown, or you of the lordship of Bromeham, it had been enough: for he could do no wrong. Now I might be brought to think otherwise;...
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Fox's Book of Martyrs: The Acts and Monuments of the Church, Volume 3

John Foxe - Christian martyrs - 1844
...thought in times past, that the pope, Christ's vicar, hath been lord of all the world as Christ is ; so that if he should have deprived the king of his crown, or you of the lordship of Bromeham, it had been enough : for he could do no wrong. Now I might be hired to think otherwise ;...
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Sermons, Volume 2

Hugh Latimer - Sermons, English - 1845
...thought in times past, that the pope, Christ's vicar, hath3 been Lord of all the world, as Christ is ; so that if he should have deprived the king of his crown, or you of the lordship of Bromeham, it had been enough ; for he could do no wrong. Now I might be hired to think otherwise ;...
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Biographical sketches of eminent Christians, Volume 1

1856
...* * * I have tliought that the pope, Christ's vicar, had been lord of all the world, as Christ is ; so that if he should have deprived the king of his...Bromham, it had been enough, for he could do no wrong." | While Latimer was in this state of mind, a great sensation was produced in the university by a book...
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A History, Military and Municipal, of the Ancient Borough of the Devizes ...

Henry Bull - Devizes (England) - 1859 - 602 pages
...over Roundway hill, it became one of the usual stopping places for royalty and gentry, when on tkeir way to the healing waters of "the Bath," and must...the cottage. In 1531 the King gave him the living of West Kyngton in Wilts, whither he resolved to repair and keep a constant residence. "You are deserting...
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The Life of Hugh Latimer

George Long Duyckinck - 1861 - 204 pages
...thought, in times past, that the Pope, Christ's vicar, hath been Lord of all the world, as Christ is ; so that if he should have deprived the King of his...Bromham, it had been enough, for he could do no wrong. Now I might be hired to think otherwise, notwithstanding I have both seen and heard Scripture drawn...
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The Church Historians of England: Reformation Period, Volume 7, Part 2

Josiah Pratt - 1861
...thought in times past, that the pope, Christ's vicar, had been Lord of all the world as Christ is ; so that if he should have deprived the king of his crown, or you of the lordship of Bromeham, it A^muiu. had been enough : for he could do no wrong. Now I might be hired to think otherwise...
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