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Foxe's Book of Martyrs or Acts and Monuments (Volume 4 of 8, c. 1554, 1843-49 edition)

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Foxe's Book of Martyrs or Acts & Monuments (Volume 4 of 8, c. 1554, 1843-49 edition)
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John Foxe
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Foxe's Book of Martyrs or Acts & Monuments (8 Volume Set, c. 1554, 1843-49 edition) Acts and Monuments of These Latter and Perilous Day, Touching Matters of the Church, Wherein Are Comprehended and Describes the Great Persecutions and Horrible Troubles That Have Been Wrought and Practised by the Romish Prelates, Specially In This Realm of England and Scotland, From the Year of Our Lord A Thousand, Unto the Time Now Present. Gathered and Collected According To the True Copies and Writings Certified As Well Of the Parties Themselves That Suffered, As Also Out of the Bishops Registers, Which Were the Doers Thereof, by John Foxe

Volume four of Foxe's Book of Martyrs or Acts & Monuments contains:

CONTINUATION OF BOOK 6.

PERTAINING TO THE LAST THREE HUNDRED YEARS FROM THE LOOSING OUT OF SATAN.

Henry VII.

  • Maximilian the Emperor.
  • The Burning of Joan Boughton, and others.
  • Hieronymus Savonarola, with two Friars, Martyrs.
  • Articles objected against Hierome and the two Friars.
  • The Ten Grievances complained of by the Germans, and the to Remedy against them.
  • An Advertisement unto the Emperor Maximilian, of the Subtle.
  • Practices of the Pope and Popish Prelates.
  • A certain Godly Exhortation unto the Emperor's Majesty.
  • The Edict of Maximilian the Emperor.
  • A Letter of Jacobus Selestadiensis to the Emperor Maximilian, in Answer to the Edict.
  • The History of the Turks.
  • Ottoman, the First great Emperor of the Turks, A.D. 1300.
  • Orchan, the Second Emperor.
  • Amurath, the Third Emperor.
  • Bajazet, the Fourth Emperor.
  • Caiephine, the Fifth Emperor.
  • Orehan, Mahomet, and Amurath, the Sixth, Seventh, and Eighth Emperors.
  • Mahomet II., the Ninth Emperor.
  • Bajazet II., the Tenth Emperor.
  • Orehan, the Eleventh Emperor.
  • Solyman, the Twelfth Emperor.
  • A Notice touching the Miserable Persecution, Slaughter, and Captivity of the Christians under the Turks, and the Authors of the Turks Story.
  • The Division of Asia Minor, called Chersonesus.
  • Africa, The Prophecies of the Holy Scriptures considered, touching the Coming up, and final Ruin and Destruction, of this wicked Kingdom of the Turks; with the Revelations and Foreshown is also of other authors concerning the same.
  • A Comparison between the Syrians and the Turks.
  • The Prophecies of Methodius, Hildegarde, and others, concerning the Reign and Ruin of the Turks.
  • Interpretation of Prophecy.
  • A Prayer against the Turks.
  • William Tylsworth, Martyr, burned at Amersham to The cruel handling of Thomas Chase, of Amersham; wickedly strangled and martyred in the Bishop's Prison at Woburn, under William Smith, Bishop of Lincoln.
  • Laurence Ghest, Martyr.
  • A notable Story of a faithful Woman, burned in Chipping Sudbury.
  • Verses upon Thomas Wittington, who was slain by a bull.
  • John Blomstone, and eight others, persecuted at Coventry.
  • The Names of the Archbishops of Canterbury contained in the Sixth Book.
  • A Brief Note, with a Recapitulation of Ancient Ecclesiastical Laws, by sundry Kings of this realm ordained, for Government of the Church before the Conquest.
  • The proud primacy of Popes described; in order of their rising up, by little and little, from faithful Bishops and Martyrs, to become Lords and Governors over Kings and Kingdoms, exalting themselves in the Temple of God, above all that is called God.
  • The First Rising of the Bishops of Rome.
  • The Words of St. Paul expounded.
  • The Exaltation of Popes above Kings and Emperors, out of Histories.
  • The Image of Antichrist exalting himself in the Temple of God, above all that is called God; out of his own decrees, decretals, extravagants, pontificals, &c., word for word, as it is out of the stud books here alleged and quoted.
  • An Alphabetical List of the Authorities here alluded to.
  • Casus Papales LI. apud Fratrem Astesanum, sire de Ast.
  • Doctorera solemnera in summa confessionis.
  • Item apud Hosfiensero, de offic, legat, reperti et his versibus comprehensi.
  • Cases Papal to the number of one and fifty; wherein the Pope hath power to dispense, and none else besides.


BOOK 7.

PERTAINING TO THE LAST THREE HUNDRED YEARS FROM THE LOOSING OF SATAN.

HENRY VIII.

  • The Tenor of the Pope's Bull, for the Conception of the Virgin to be without Sin.
  • The State and Succession of Princes, to The History of divers good Men and Women, persecuted for Religion in the city and diocese of the Bishop of London: briefly extracted out of the Registers of Richard.
  • Fitzjames; with their Examinations.
  • Joan Baker, and thirty-nine others The Death and Martyrdom of William Sweefing and John Brewster.
  • John Brown, Martyr.
  • The Story of Richard Hun, Martyr; with the Articles against to him New Articles commenced against him after his death.
  • A solemn process of Fitzjames, Bishop of London, against Hun being dead.
  • The Verdict of the Inquest.
  • The Depositions of Thomas Chicheley, Thomas Simondes, Robert Johnson, John Spalding, Peter Turner, John Enderby, Allen Cresswell, and Richard Horsenail.
  • Copy of the Letter of Richard Fitzjames, the Bishop of London, sent to Cardinal Wolsey.
  • The Words that the Bishop of London spake before the Lords, in the Parliament-house.
  • The sentence of the Inquest subscribed by the Coroner Tenor of the King's.
  • Letter in behalf of Richard Hun.
  • A Defence of Richard Hun, against Sir Thomas More and Alanus Copus.
  • Elizabeth Stamford, and others.
  • The Names of divers others, who, in the Registers, be specified to abjure John Southwick.
  • John Stilman, and the Articles against him.
  • Thomas Man, Martyr, and his Articles.
  • Robert Cosin, of Buckingham, and William Sweeting, alias Clerke, Martyrs.
  • James Brewster, of Colchester, Martyr. Christopher Shoemaker, of Great Messenden, Martyr.
  • Captious Interrogatores ministered commonly by the Bishop of Lincoln, against certain Examinates.
  • A Table describing the grievous Afflictions of good Men, in the to Diocese of Lincoln, under John Longland, the Bishop, with the names both of the accusers and of them that were accused; also with the crimes to them objected; out of the Registers of the said Diocese.
  • A.D. 1521.
  • Copy of the King's Letter for the aid of John Longland, Bishop of Lincoln, against the Servants of Christ, falsely then called Heretics.
  • The Names of those who were abjured in the Diocese of Lincoln, with a brief Summary of their Opinions.
  • Copy of the Bishop's Letter to the Abbot of Ensham.
  • Penance enjoined under pain of relapse, by John Longland, Bishop of Lincoln, Dec. 19, 1521.
  • The Names of them that were condemned for Relapse, and committed unto the Secular Power.
  • Doctor John Colet, Dean of St. Paul's.
  • The Beginning of the Reformation of the Church of Christ, in the time of Martin Luther.
  • Prophecies, going before Martin Luther, touching the Reformation of the Church.
  • The A. B.C. against the Pride of the Clergy.
  • The History of Doctor Martin Luther, with his Life and Doctrine described.
  • Review of Luther's Conduct and Writings.
  • Substance of the Pope's Charge to his Legate, against Luther.
  • Protestation of Luther, with-his Answer and Propositions before the Cardinal.
  • The Acts and Doings of Martin Luther before the Emperor, at the City of Worms.
  • Luther's Answer to Eckius.
  • The Emperor's Letter against Luther, and the Consultation upon it; Doctor Vceus's Oration, and Luther's Answer, &c.
  • The usual Prayer of Martin Luther.
  • Pope Adrian VI to the renowned Princes of Germany, and to the Peers of the Roman Emperors.
  • Instructions given by Pope Adrian to Charegatus, his Legate, touching his Proceedings in the Diet of Nuremberg, how and by what persuasions the Princes were to be moved against Luther.
  • The Answer of the Noble and Reverend Princes, and of the States of his Sacred Roman Empire, exhibited to the Pope's Ambassador Certain Grievances or Oppressions of Germany, against the Court of Rome, collected and exhibited by the Princes, at the Council of Nuremberg, to the number of a hundred,whereof certain Specialities follow.
  • An Intimation given by Philip Melancthon to his Auditory at Wittenberg, of the decease of Martin Luther, A Prayer after the manner of Luther.
  • Summary of Popish Decrees made at the Council of Raftsban.
  • The History of the Helvetians or Switzers; how they first recovered their liberty, and afterwards were joined in league together The Acts and Doings of Uldricus Zuinglius: and the Receiving of the Gospel in Switzerland.
  • Constitutions decreed in the Council of Bern.
  • Answer of the Tigurines, or Men of Zurich, to the five Towns of the Switzers.
  • Message from the Council to the City of Strasberg.
  • A Letter of Uldricus Zuinglius to N., his brother in the Lord.
  • Henry Voes and John Each, Friars Augustine, burnt at Brussels, A.D. 1523.
  • Henry Sutphen, Monk, a Martyr at Dithmarsch.
  • Letter of Solyman the great Turk, to the Master The lamentable Martyrdom of John Clerk, at Meaux, in France.
  • The History of a good Pastor, murdered for preaching of the Gospel: written by John Oecolampadius.
  • The like History of the Death of a certain Minister, named Master Peter.
  • Spengler, who was drowned: collected by Oecolampadius.
  • Another History of a certain Man of the Country, wrongfully put to death: collected by John Oecolampadius.
  • The Story and Martyrdom of Wolfgangus Schueh, a German, burned at Lorraine.
  • John Hugiein, Martyr, burned at Mersburg.
  • George Carpenter, of Eraerich, Martyr, burned in the town of Munich, in Bavaria The History of Leonard Keyser, Martyr, burned at Schardingham.
  • Wendelmuta, Widow, Martyr; at the Hague.
  • Peter Flisteden and Adolphus Clarebach, put to death at Cologne.
  • A Table of the Names and Causes of such Martyrs as gave their to lives for the testimony of the Gospel, in Germany, France, Spain, Italy, and other Foreign Countries, since Luther's time: in which table are contained the Persecutions, the Martyrs, and the Causes of their Martyrdom: The Martyrs of Germany.
  • Great Persecution in Gaunt, and other parts of Flanders by the Friars and Priests thereof Another Table of those that suffered in France, for the like to witness of his Gospel: The French Martyrs.

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