The Zurich Letters: Comprising the Correspondence of Several English Bishops and Others, with Some of the Helvetian Reformers, During the Early Part of the Reign of Queen Elizabeth, Volume 2

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University Press, 1845 - Reformation - 4 pages
 

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Contents

Bishop Grindal to John Calvin London June 19 1563
96
XLII1 Hierome Zanchius to Bp Grindal Strasburgh before Aug 231563
98
Herman Folkerzheimer to Josiah Simler Embden Aug 21 1563
105
Bp Grindal to Conrad Hubert Fulham Aug 23 1563
107
John Abel to Henry Bullinger London Aug 24 1563
108
Hierome Zanchius to Bp Grindal near Chiavenna Aug 1564
110
Hierome Zanchius to Henry Knolles near Chiavenna Aug 1564
112
XLVII1 Richard Masters to Rodolph Guaker London March 4 1565
114
Bp Parkhurst to John Wolfius Ludham Aug 19 1565
117
Miles Coverdale c to W Farell c London July 1566
121
William Turner to Henry Bullinger July 23 1566
124
Bp Parkhurst to John Wolfius Ludham Aug 21 1566
127
Henry Bullinger to Miles Coverdale Zurich Sept 10 1566
136
Henry Bullinger c to the Earl of Bedford Zurich Sept 11 1566
137
Rodolph Gualter to Bp Parkhurst Zurich Sept 11 1566
140
Rodolph Gualter to Theodore Beza Zurich Sept 11 1566
142
Geo Withers c to Hen Bullinger c Feb 1567
146
L1X Henry Bullinger to Theodore Beza Zurich March 15 1567
152
Theodore Beza to Henry Bullinger Geneva July 29 1567
153
Henry Bullinger c to Theodore Beza Zurich Aug 3 1567
154
George Withers to the elector Palatine Without place or date
156
Richard Hilles to Henry Bullinger London Aug 231567
164
Henry Bullinger c to Bp Grindal c Zurich Aug 26 1567
166
Christopher Mont to Henry Bullinger Strasburgh Oct 21567 IBS LXVI Bp Grindal to Theodore Beza c London April 17 1568
170
Christopher Mont to Henry Bullinger Strasburgh Dec 27 1568
171
Queen Elizabeth to John Sturmius Westminster May 1 1569 171
175
John Sturmius to Sir W Cecil Strasburgh Sept 8 1569
176
Bp Parkhurst to John Wolfius NorwichJan 16 151
177
H Bullinger to Archbp Grindal c Zurich Feb 1571
178
Richard Hilles to Henry Bullinger London March 8 1571
180
John Day to Henry Bullinger London Aug 8 1571
183
Hierome Zanchius to Bishop Jewel Heidelberg Sept 2 1571
185
Rodolph Zuinglius to Bishop Sandys Cambridge Jan 26 1572
189
LXXV1I Henry Butler to Bishop Sandys Cambridge Jan 27 1572
191
Bp Cox to Henry Bullinger Ely Feb 12 1572
192
Richard Hilles to Henry Bullinger London Feb 18 1572
195
Bp Parkhurst to John Wolfius Ludham March 10 1572
199
Rod Gualter the younger to Rod Gualtcr London June 5 1572
202
Christ Mont to Henry Bullinger Strasburgh July 8 1572
206
Rod Gualter the younger to Josiah Simler Cambridge July 291572
208
Lord Burghley to John Sturmius Woodstock Sept 15 1572
210
Rod Gualter the younger to Josiah Simler Cambridge Feb 41573
211
Lucas Clayson to Rod Gualter the younger Cambridge June 231573
213
LXXXV1II Rodolph Gualter to the Earl of Bedford Zurich July 171573
214
Lord Burghley to John Sturmius London July 181573
216
Rod GualtertheyoungertoJos SimlerMagd Coll Oxf July201573
217
Sir John Wolley to John Sturmius Orpington July 241573
220
Rodolph Gualter to Bishop Cox Zurich March 16 1574
249
Antony Conanus to Henry Bullinger London July 7 1574
254
William Cole to Rodolph Gualter C C Coll Oxf July 311574
256
Queen Elizabeth to John Sturmius Bath Aug 231574
257
Rodolph Gualter to Bishop Cox Zurich Aug 26 1574
258
William Barlow to Josiah Simler Jan 261575
259
Nicolas Bemius to Bishop Hom Guernsey Dec 13 1575
264
William Barlow to Josiah Simler Eton March 13 1576
268
Hierome Zanchius to Archbp Grindal Heidelberg July 22 1576
271
William Barlow to Josiah Simler Waltham Aug 11 1576
272
Rodolph Gualter to Archbp Grindal Zurich Aug 24 1576
273
Lewin to John Sturmius London Aug 251576
276
CX1I J RainoldstoR Gualter the youngerOxford Aug 13 1576
279
Lewin to Sturmius London Sept 8 1576
281
SirF Walsingham to John Sturmius Hampton Court Oct 27 1576
285
The same to the same London April 23 1577
286
The same to the same London July 22 1577
287
Sir Philip Sidney to Hubert Languet At Court Oct 1 1577
289
Rod Gualter to George Buchanan Zurich Dec 22 1577
294
Sir Philip Sidney to Hubert Languet At Court March I 1 iH
296
Humphrey to Abraham Musculus Oxford March 3 1578
298
Sir Philip Sidney to Hubert Languet At Court March 10 1578
300
Humphrey to Abraham Musculus London June 5 1578
301
George Buchanan to Rod Gualter Without place or date
302
CXX1V SirF Walsingham to John Sturmius Antwerp Sept 51578
303
Richard Hilles to Rodolph Gualter London Jan 10 1579
304
Earlof Bedford to Rodolph Gualter Exeter Feb 28 1579
306
William Cole to Rodolph Gualter Oxford Feb 28 1579
307
Hubert Languet to Peter Hubner Baden June 41579 809
310
Rod Gualter to George Buchanan Zurich March 8 1580
312
H Zanchius to Sir F Walsingham Neustadt Sept 241581
313
Q Elizabeth to the Swiss Cantons Oatlands Sept 1 1583
315
Queen Elizabeth to the four cities Oatlands Sept 1 1683
318
Dutch Church to Lord Burghley London April 16 1591
320
Q Elizabeth to the king of Poland Greenwich April 16 1591
321
Earl of Stafford to Wolfgang Meyer Greenwich Aug 6 1593
322
State of Zurich to Queen Elizabeth Zurich Aug 12 1600
323
Caspar Thoman to Caspar Waser Oxford Feb 11601
326
John Johnston to Casper Waser St Andrews Aug I 1601
330
The same to the same St Andrews Feb 8 1602
334
Thomas Savile c to H Wolfius Without place or date
336
APPENDIX
338
H Zanchius to queen Elizabeth Sept 10 1571
339
Bishop Horn to Henry Bullinger
354
Bullingers remarks upon the preceding
357
The state of the church of England as described by Perceval Wiburn
358
The church of Scotland to Theodore Beza Sept 4 1566
365

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Page 46 - gether with him, having forgiven you all trespasses; blotting .out the hand-writing of ordinances that was against us, which was contrary to us, and took it out of the way, nailing it to his cross ; and having spoiled principalities and powers, he made a shew of them openly, triumphing over them in
Page 365 - a bishop must be blameless, the husband of one wife; vigilant, sober, of good behaviour, given to hospitality, apt to teach; not given to wine, no striker, not greedy of filthy lucre; but patient, not a brawler, not covetous; one that ruleth well his own house, having his children in subjection with all gravity
Page 367 - Take and eat this in remembrance that Christ died for thee, and feed on him in thy heart by faith with thanksgiving. Drink this in remembrance that Christ's blood was shed for thee, and be thankful
Page 46 - against us, which was contrary to us, and took it out of the way, nailing it to his cross ; and having spoiled principalities and powers, he made a shew of them openly, triumphing over them in himself.
Page 362 - brother to offend, I will eat no flesh while the world standeth, lest I make my brother to offend.
Page 46 - Gal. ii. [19.] For I through the law am dead to the law, that I might live unto God. I am crucified with Christ. And
Page 46 - all things he might have the pre-eminence: for it pleased {the Father~\ that in him should all fulness dwell, and making peace through the blood of his cross,
Page 367 - Lift up your hearts." People: " We lift them up unto the Lord." Priest: " Let us give thanks to the Lord." People: " It is meet
Page 40 - legem legi mortuus sum, ut Deo vivam: cum Christo confixus sum cruci." Et Matth. x.: " Qui non accipit crucem suam et sequitur me, non est me dignus." Et cap. xvi.: " Si quis venire vult post me, abneget semetipsum, et tollat crucem suam, et sequatur me.
Page 16 - or added; or to use any other maner of publick prayer, rite, or ceremony in the church, but that which is already used, and by law receaved; or the common letany used at this present in her majesty's own chappel, and the Lord's prayer, and the

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