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Yet a course at the Romyshe foxe

Yet a course at the Romyshe foxe

A dysclosynge or openynge of the Manne of synne, co[n]tayned in the late declaratyon of the Popes olde faythe made by Edmonde Boner bysshopp of London. wherby wyllyam Tolwyn was than newlye professed at paules crosse openlye into Antichristes Romyshe relygyon agayne by a newe solempne othe of obedyence, notwythsta[n]dynge the othe made to hys prynce afore to the contrarye. An alphabetycall dyrectorye or table also in the ende thereof ... Compyled by Iohan Harryson.

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Published by By Olyuer Iacobson [i.e. A. Goinus] in [Impreneted at Zurik [i.e. Antwerp] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tollwyn, William, -- d. 1562.,
  • Bonner, Edmund, -- 1500?-1569,
  • Seton, Alexander, -- d. 1542.,
  • Church of England -- Controversial literature.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly English Books, 1475-1640 -- 24:2.
    ContributionsSeton, Alexander, d. 1542.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination99, [17] leaves
    Number of Pages99
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18591139M

    An introductory course in foreign language, [Feldman, Estelle Edith] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. An introductory course in foreign languageAuthor: Estelle Edith Feldman. In Bales’s “Yet a Course at the Romyshe Foxe,” , the author [declares]: “than ought my lorde (Bonner) to suffer the same selfe ponnyshment for not sensing the plowghess on Plowgh Mondaye.” In the Churchwardens’ Accounts of St Margaret’s, Westminster.

    The Mediaeval Stage. Oxford II, Juried during f^e (gefotrma^ion 23 at the Romyshe foxe", a furious attack on popery, continuing William Wraghton's (i. e. William Turner) "The huntyng and fyndyng out ot the Romyshe foxe", which was printed at Basle in "Yet a Course at the Romyshe Foxe, &c. Compyled by Johan Harrison. Zurich. 4to." The four following are by William Turner, M.D., who also wrote under an assumed name: "The Huntyng of the Romishe Foxe, &c. By William Wraughton. Basil. " "The Rescuynge of the Romishe Foxe, &c. Winchester. 8vo." "The Huntyng of the Romyshe Wolfe. 8vo.

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Yet a course at the Romyshe foxe: a dysclosynge or openynge of the Manne of synne, co[n]tayned in the late declaratyon of the Popes olde faythe made by Edmonde Boner bysshopp of London. wherby wyllyam Tolwyn was than newlye professed at paules crosse openlye into Antichristes Romyshe relygyon agayne by a newe solempne othe of obedyence, notwythsta[n]dynge the othe made to hys.

Bale, John, Yet a course at the Romyshe foxe A dysclosynge or openynge of the Manne of synne, co[n]tayned in the late declaratyon of the Popes olde faythe made by Edmonde Boner bysshopp of London.

wherby wyllyam Tolwyn was than newlye professed at paules crosse openlye into Antichristes Romyshe relygyon agayne by a newe solempne othe. The sources for this brief account of a notorious case are not clear, but all the information given here could be sourced from John Bale's discussion of the case in Yet a course at the romyshe foxe.

A dysclosynge or openynge of the Manne of synne (STC Antwerp, ), fo. 41r-v. Yet a Course at the Romyshe Foxe () A Mysterye of Iniquyte, contayned within the heretycall Genealogye Yet a course at the Romyshe foxe book Ponce Pantolabus, is here both dysclosed and confuted () The Apologye of Johan Bale agaynste a ranke Papyst () Plays.

The Thre Laws of Nature, Moses and Christ, corrupted by the Sodomytes, Pharisees and Papystes most wicked (). Bale, John, Yet a course at the Romyshe foxe (Antwerp, ), STC Bancroft, Richard, Daungerous Positions and Proceedings (London, ), STC Bancroft, Richard, A Sermon Preached at Paules Crosse (London, ), STC Cited by: 3.

Yet a course at the Romyshe foxe A dysclosynge or openynge of the Manne of synne, co[n]tayned in the late declaratyon of the Popes olde faythe made by Edmonde Boner bysshopp of London. Zurik [Antwerp], Author: Louise Horton. Yet a course at the Romyshe foxe A dysclosynge or openynge of the Manne of synne, co[n]tayned in the late declaratyon of the Popes olde faythe made by Edmonde Boner bysshopp of London.

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A dysclosynge or openynge of the Manne of synne, Co~tayned in the late Declaratyon of the Popes olde faythe made by Edmonde Boner bysshopp of London.

wherby wyllyam Tolwyn was than newlye professed at paules crosse openlye into Antichristes Romyshe relygyon agayne by a newe solempne othe of obedyence. Or, An answer to a Book Entituled Mercy and Truth, or, Charity maintain’d by Catholiques [ ] Rawlet, John Preface Answer to a Popish Catechism: John.

Yet a course at the Romyshe foxe [ ] Jewel, John Preface Defense of the Apologie of the Churche of Englande. Filed under: Church of England -- Controversial literature Lectures on the Prophetical Office of the Church (based on the third edition of ), by John Henry Newman (HTML at ) Lectures on the Prophetical Office of the Church, Viewed Relatively to Romanism and Popular Protestantism (London: Printed for J.

and F. Rivington. In Gale's "Yet a Course at the Romyshe Foxe,"the author declares: "than ought my lorde (Bonner) to suffre the same selfe ponnyshment for not sensing the plowghesse on Plowgh Mondaye." [Vol.

2, p. ] Editor's Note: See from William Hone's The Every Day Book: Plough Monday. 'Yet a Course at the Romyshe Foxe,' Zurich, 6. 'A Mysterye of Iniquyte, contayned within the heretycall Genealogye of Ponce Pantolabus, is here both dysclosed and confuted,' Geneva, 7.

'The Apologye of Johan Bale agaynste a ranke Papyst,' — Mandell Creighton. Yet a Course at the Romyshe Foxe 85 Bancroft, Richard (Archbishop of Canterbury) 5, n. 9 Dangerous Positions and Proceedings John Bale, Yet a Course at the Romyshe Foxe (Antwerp) Copernicus, De revolutionibus, with preface by Andreas Osiander.

Epiphanius, Contra octoaginta haereses opus (Paris), tr. Cornarius. Sebastian Münster, Cosmographia. Council of Trent. Start of the Counter-Reformation.

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In his work, Yet a course at the Romyshe foxe, he conceives of the eucharist as follows: ‘[t]hey call yt the holye supper of the lorde, or a mutuall pertycypacyon of christes bodye and blood, accordynge to hys godlye instytuciō’.

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Lexicographers had not yet arrived at the idea that dictionaries should include all words; hence, those they chose to record in permanent form are telling. Also informative is their application of symbols to certain entries. (shelved 34 times as not-yet-published) avg rating — 14, ratings — published.

It of course means - what it has been altered into in other Editions - "intermixing." [Back to Top] certayne poyntes of faith, and of the true Church, with the Idolatrous and superstitious mametry of theyr romyshe Sinagogue, cause the poore and simple people, for lacke of .You Are The Course Book The Story of Baa Baa Once there was a gang of business persons who got together with the aim of making some serious money.

They divided themselves into the following groups, each according to his or her preference. There were the course book writers and the publishers of. Bale makes the same point about confession; see his Yet a course at the Romyshe foxe (), sig.

C6 v and The Epistel Exhortatorye (), sig. B1 r. 17 Henry's first French campaign in See Pollard, A. F., Henry VIII (London, ), pp. – Cited by: 4.