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Foxe's Book of Martyrs or Acts and Monuments (Volume 6 of 8, c. 1554, 1843-49 edition)

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




The reign of EDWARD VI continued.

  • Books in the Latin Service abolished; with the King's Decree.
  • Taking down of Altars and setting up the Table instead thereof.
  • The King's Letter to Bishop Ridley; together with certain Reasons why the Lord's Board should rather beafter the Form of a Table than an Altar.
  • A Letter of the Lady Mary to the Council.
  • A Remembrance of certain Matters appointed by the Council in Answer, etc.
  • Letters between the Lady Mary, and the King and Council.
  • A Copy of the King's Instructions, given to the Lord Chancellor, etc.
  • The History of the Doings and Attempts of Stephen Gardiner: to with the Examples of certain Letters, written by him, containing divers Matters not unworthy to be known in this present History.
  • Certain Additions after these Letters above specified, with Notes and Solutions answering to the same.
  • The Sum and Conclusion of all Winchester's Drift, in his Epistles before.
  • A Letter of Gardiner, containing Objections made to a Sermon of Master Ridley's, made at the Court.
  • Nineteen Articles and Positions, objected, severally, to the Bishop of Winchester.
  • A Copy of a Writ, touching the order and manner of the Misdemeanor of Winchester, copied from the Public Records.
  • A Copy of a Letter to the above, signed by the King and subscribed by the Council: also Six Articles delivered to him.
  • The Copy of the Last Articles sent to the Bishop of Winchester.
  • The Words of the Sequestration, with the Intimation to the Bishop of Winchester.
  • A Letter to Stephen Gardiner, from the Duke of Somerset and the rest of the Commissioners, touching such Points as the Bishop should entreat of in his Sermon.
  • A Sermon of Stephen Gardiner, preached before the King.
  • The First Session or Action against Stephen Gardiner.
  • The Second Session.
  • Letters Missive to Drs. Standish and Jeffrey.
  • The Third Session.
  • Answer of the Bishop to a Request for more full Answers to certain Articles.
  • The Fourth Session.
  • A Long Matter Justificatory, proposed by Gardiner.
  • The Fifth Session.
  • A Letter from the Judges to Gardiner's Witnesses.
  • The Sixth and Seventh Sessions.
  • The Eighth Session; with Interrogatories ministered by the Office.
  • The Ninth Session; with Articles additional exhibited by Gardiner.
  • The Tenor of the Matter exhibited by Gardiner, etc. The Tenth Session.
  • The Eleventh and Twelfth Sessions.
  • The Thirteenth Session: Allegations of Winchester, etc. The Fourteenth Session.
  • The Fifteenth and Sixteenth Sessions.
  • The Seventeenth Session.
  • The Eighteenth, Nineteenth, and Twentieth Sessions.
  • Copy of a Letter of King Henry to Stephen Gardiner.
  • Part of a Letter of Francis Driander.
  • A Letter of Gardiner to the Lord Protector, out of the Fleet.
  • The Attestations of all such Witnesses as were produced, sworn, and examined, upon the Articles ministered by the Office, against Stephen Gardiner, Bishop of Winchester.
  • The Depositions of certain Witnesses, produced and examined upon the Positions additional, laid in by the Bishop in his First Matter, specified before in the Ninth Session.
  • Notes for the Reader: containing Specialties, whereunto Stephen Gardiner did agree and grant; concerning Reformation of Religion.
  • Notes and Points, concerning Reformation of Religion, whereunto he would not grant.
  • The Twenty-first Session against Gardiner; with his Exceptions against the Witnesses.
  • The Twenty-second Session.
  • The Appeal of the Bishop before the Sentence Definitive.
  • The Sentence Definitive.
  • A Note of the Communication of Master Wilkes, had with Dr. Redman.
  • Another Communication of the same, to Master Nowel, etc.
  • A Letter of Master Young to Master Cheke, concerning Dr. Redman.
  • The History, no less lamentable than notable, of William Gardiner, an Englishman, suffering most constantly in Portugal, for the testimony of God's truth.
  • The Tragical History of the worthy Lord Edward, Duke of to Somerset, Lord Protector; with the whole Cause of his Troubles and Handling.
  • A Letter of the Lord Protector to the Lord Russel, Lord Privy Seal; also the substance of the Reply.
  • Contents of another Letter of the Lord Russel; also a Letter of the Lord Protector, to the Council assembled in London.
  • A Letter of the King to the Lord Mayor, in behalf of the Lord Protector.
  • A Letter of certain of the Council to the same, against the Lord Protector.
  • Articles objected against the Lord Protector.
  • An Account of the Execution of Edward Duke of Somerset, furnished by a noble Personage who witnessed it.
  • Peter Martyr's Disputation holden at Oxford, about the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper.
  • The First Disputation, holden at Cambridge the 20th of June, A.D. , before the King's Majesty's Commissioners; by Dr. Madew, respondent.
  • The Second Disputation, holden at Cambridge the 24th day of June.
  • The Third Disputation, holden at Cambridge.
  • Disputations of Martin Bucer, at Cambridge.
  • A Fruitful Dialogue, declaring those words of Christ, "This is my Body;" between "Custom" and "Verity".
  • Epistles of the young Prince Edward to the Archbishop of Canterbury; with the Answer.
  • Commendation from the Prince's Scholmaster ibid.
  • The Prayer of King Edward before his Death.
  • A Letter of the Lady Mary to King Henry VIII; also her Protestation to certain Lords sent to her by him.


The Preface to the Reader.

  • The Whole Canon of the Mass, with the Rubric thereof, as it standeth in the Mass-Book, after Salisbury Use, translated word by word out of Latin into English.
  • The Form and Words of conjuring Salt, Water, Flowers, and Branches.


  • The First Entering of Queen Mary to the Crown, with the Alteration of Religion, and other Perturbations happening the same time in the Realm of England.
  • A Letter of the Lady Mary to the Lords of the Council, with their Answer.
  • An Inhibition from the Queen, for Preaching and Printing, etc.
  • Master Bourn preaching at Paul's Cross.
  • The True Report of a Disputation, had and begun in the Convocation house at London, the 18th of October, The Precept of the Queen to Bishop Bonner, for dissolving the Convocation.
  • The Oration of Queen Mary in the Guildhall, on the First of February.
  • The Communication had between the Lady Jane and Fecknam.
  • A Letter of the Lady Jane to her Father; followed by one to Master Harding.
  • A Letter written by the Lady Jane in the end of the New Testament in Greek, which she sent to her Sister, the Lady Katherine, the night before she suffered.
  • A Prayer of the Lady Jane.
  • The Words and Behavior of the Lady Jane upon the Scaffold.
  • ibid.
  • Certain Verses written by the Lady Jane; Epitaphs, etc.
  • A Monition of Bonner to his Clergy, for the certifying of the Names of such as would not come in Lent to Confession, and Receiving at Easter.
  • Articles sent from the Queen to Bonner, etc., to be put in speedy Execution.
  • ibid.
  • Articles sent from the Queen, unto the Ordinary, and by him and his Officers, by her Commandment, to be put in Execution in the whole Diocese.
  • A Prescript of the Lord Mayor to the Aldermen.
  • A Copy of the Queen's Proclamation for driving Strangers and Foreigners out of the realm.
  • ibid.
  • The Style of Queen Mary altered, writing to Bonner for the summoning of a Convocation.
  • The Dignity of Priests extolled by Bonner, in a Fragment of an Exhortation to them of the Convocation-house; copied out by them that stood by and heard him.
  • ibid.
  • The Sum and Effect of the Communication between Dr. Ridley and Secretary Bourne, with others, at the Lieutenant's Table in the Tower.
  • How Thomas Cranmer Archbishop, Bishop Ridley, and Master Latimer, were sent down to Oxford to dispute; with the Order and Manner and all other Circumstances unto the said Disputation, and also to their Condemnation, appertaining.
  • The Arguments, Reasons, and Allegations, used in the Disputation.
  • Disputation at Oxford, between Dr. Smith, with his other Colleagues and Doctors, and Bishop Ridley. The Disputation had at Oxford, the 18th day of April, between Master Hugh Latimer, answerer, and Master Smith and others, opposers.
  • Address to the Reader; together with the Disputation of Master Harpsfield, Bachelor of Divinity, answering for his Form, to be made Doctor.
  • Certain Observations or Censures given to the Reader, upon the Disputations of the Bishops and Doctors above mentioned: declaring what Judgment is to be given, as well touching the Arguments of the Adversaries, as also to the Answers of the Martyrs.
  • A Table declaring divers and sundry Respects how the Holy Real Body of Christ our Savior, both in the Sacrament and beside the Sacrament, is present, eaten, and united to us.
  • A Table of the principal Arguments brought against Doctor Cranmer.
  • The same against Doctor Ridley.
  • The same against Master Latimer.
  • The Answers and Resolutions to the Arguments above mentioned, by Number and Order of the same.
  • The Report and Narration of Master Ridley, concerning the misordered Disputation had against him and his Fellow-prisoners at Oxford.
  • A Letter of Bishop Ridley to the Prolocutor; also a second.
  • The Copy of the Archbishop of Canterbury's Letter to the Council, sent by Dr. Weston, who refused to deliver it.
  • Bishop Ridley to Archbishop Cranmer.
  • Other Things which happened in this Realm, in this tumultuous Time.
  • ibid.
  • A Purgation of Thomas Cranmer, against certain Slanders and Rumors falsely raised upon him.
  • The godly End and Death of the Duke of Suffolk, beheaded on Tower-hill.
  • The Apology of Master Mantel the Elder.
  • A Copy of a certain Declaration drawn and sent abroad out of Prison by Master Bradford, Master Saunders, and divers other godly Preachers, concerning their Disputation and Doctrine of their Religion.
  • Verses of John White, Bishop of Lincoln, and of others, concerning Philip and Mary; both Latin and English.
  • A Story of a Rood set up in Lancashire.
  • Mandate of Bishop Bonner, to abolish the Scriptures and Writings painted upon Church Walls.
  • Copy of a Letter sent from the Council to Bonner, concerning Queen Mary's conceiving with Child.
  • The Tenor of Cardinal Pole's Oration made in the Parliament House.
  • Copy of the Supplication and Submission, exhibited to the King and Queen's Majesties, by the Lords and Commons of the Parliament.
  • An Absolution pronounced by Cardinal Pole to the whole Parliament of England, in the presence of the King and Queen.
  • Copy of King Philip's Letter to Pope Julius, touching the Restoring of the Realm of England: translated out of Spanish into English; followed by the Cardinal's Letter on the same Matter.
  • ibid.
  • A Lamentable Example of Cruelty, showed upon John Bolton, a Man of Reading, imprisoned for the true Testimony of a Christian Conscience.
  • Notes of a Sermon of the Bishop of Winchester, preached at Paul's Cross.
  • Master Rose, with Thirty Persons, taken at a Communion in Bow Churchyard.
  • Extract of an Act for the Government of Queen Mary's Issue.
  • A Prayer made by Dr. Weston, Dean of Westminster, daily to be said for the Queen's Deliverance; followed by another Prayer that the Child may be well-favored and witty, etc.; also another Prayer for the same Object.
  • A Letter sent to Master Hooper, concerning the Taking of a godly Company in Bow Church-yard, at their Prayer; with the Answer unto it.
  • A Letter of Consolation sent from Master Hooper, to the godly Brethren taken in Bow Church-yard in Prayer, and laid in the Compter in Breadstreet.
  • A Supplication of the Persecuted Preachers to the King and Queen.


  • The Story, Life, and Martyrdom of Master John Rogers.
  • The Examination and Answer of John Rogers, made to the Lord Chancellor and to the rest of the Council, the 22d of January.
  • The Second Confession of John Rogers, made, and that should have been made (if it might have been heard), the 28th and 29th day of January.
  • The Sentence Condemnatory against Master Rogers.
  • Other godly Matter, penned by Master Rogers, including his Admonitions, Sayings, and Prophesyings.
  • The History and Martyrdom of Laurence Saunders, burned for the Defense of the Gospel, at Coventry.
  • A Parcel of a Letter of Laurence Saunders, sent to the Bishop of Winchester, as an Answer to certain Things wherewith he had before charged him.
  • Letters Laurence Saunders, to his Wife and to a Friend, etc.
  • The same to Archbishop Cranmer, to his Fellow-prisoners in the Marshalsea, to his Wife; with two others, on the Communion of Saints, and the true Taste of God's Love by Faith, with the Fruits thereof.
  • The First Examination of Laurence Saunders.
  • A certain Communication between Laurence Saunders and Dr. Pendleton, in the beginning of Queen Mary's Time.
  • A Letter to Master Ferrar Bishop of St. David's, Dr. Taylor, Master Bradford, and Master Philpot.
  • A Letter which Laurence Saunders did write to his Wife, and others of the faithful Flock, after his Condemnation to the Fire; written the last of February, out of the Compter in Bread-street.
  • Other Letters of Laurence Saunders, to Mrs. Lucy Harrington; to his Wife, with a Remembrance to Masters Harrington and Hurland; also to the same and other Friends, etc.
  • Letters to his Wife, a little before his Burning; also a Letter to Masters Robert and John Glover, written the same Morning that he was burnt.
  • A Letter of Justice Saunders; and another wherein he seeketh to win Laurence Saunders to Popery.
  • The Story, Life, and Martyrdom of Master John Hooper, Bishop of Worcester and Gloucester; burnt for the Defense of the Gospel at Gloucester, Feb. 9.
  • ibid.
  • The King's Letter or Grant for the Dispensation of John Hooper, elected Bishop of Gloucester, written to the Archbishop of Canterbury and other Bishops.
  • A Letter of the Earl of Warwick to the Archbishop, in the behalf of Master Hooper.
  • A Letter of Ridley to the said Bishop of Gloucester.
  • A Letter or Report of a certain godly Man, declaring the Order of Master Hooper's Deprivation from his Bishoprics, March 19, A.D. Master Hooper examined before the Commissioners.
  • The true Report of Master Hooper's Entertainment in the Fleet; written with his own hand, the 7th of January, Another Examination of Master Hooper.
  • Another Examination, followed by the third and last.
  • A Letter of Master Hooper, for the Stopping of certain false Rumors, spread abroad, of his Recantation.
  • Degradatio Hooperi.
  • The Form and Manner used in the Degrading of Bishop Hooper.
  • Master Hooper's Prayer.
  • Verses on Hooper; also a Letter which he wrote out of Prison to certain of his Friends.
  • Comparison between Hooper and Polycarp.
  • A Letter of Hooper, to, certain godly Professors and Lovers of the Truth, instructing them how to behave themselves in that woeful Alteration and Change of Religion.
  • To Master Ferrar, Dr. Taylor, Masters Bradford and Philpot, prisoners in the King's Bench in Southwark.
  • An Exhortation to Patience, sent to his godly Wife, Anne Hooper; whereby all true Members of Christ may take Comfort and Courage to suffer Trouble and Affliction for the Profession of his Holy Gospel.
  • To a certain godly Woman, instructing her how she should behave herself in the time of her Widowhood; also another Letter to Hooper's dear Brethren, his receivers and helpers in London.
  • To a Merchant in London, by whose means he had received much Comfort in the Fleet; also to Mistress Wilkinson, a Woman hearty in God's Cause, and comfortable to His afflicted Members; afterwards dying in exile at Frankfort.
  • To his dear Friends in God, Master John Hall and his Wife, exhorting them to stand fast in the Truth; also to his beloved Sister in the Lord, Mistress Anne Warcop.
  • A Letter of Master Bullinger to the most reverend Father, Master John Hooper, Bishop of Worcester and Gloucester, and now Prisoner for the Gospel of Jesus Christ, my Fellowelder and most dear Brother in England.
  • The History of Doctor Rowland Taylor, who suffered for the Truth of God's Word, the 9th of February.
  • The Examination of Dr. Taylor.
  • Dr. Taylor's Deprivation.
  • Dr. Taylor before the Bishop of Winchester and others.
  • A Letter of Dr. Taylor, containing the Report and Talk between him and the Lord Chancellor and other Commissioners, January 22d.
  • ibid.
  • The Places of the Doctors alleged before, in Dr. Taylor's Letter.
  • A brief Recapitulation out of Dr. Taylor's Causes afore touched, for the Reader more evidently to see how the Papists do against their own knowledge, in forbidding Priests' Marriage.
  • ibid.
  • Dr. Taylor, the fourth Time, with Masters Bradford and Saunders, brought before Winchester and other Bishops.
  • The last Will and Testament of Dr. Rowland Taylor, written in the Book which he gave to his Son.
  • A Letter of Dr. Taylor to his Wife. Certain Letters of the King of Denmark to Queen Mary, respecting Miles Coverdale.
  • Queen Mary's Answer.
  • The Declaration of the Bishop of London, to be published to the Laypeople of his Diocese, concerning their Reconciliation.
  • The Form of Absolution to be kept by the Pastors and Curates in private Confessions, concerning this Reconciliation, etc.
  • The lamentable and pitiful History of Master James Hales, Judge.
  • ibid.
  • The Communication between the Lord Chancellor and Judge Hales.
  • The History of Thomas Tomkins, Martyr; who, having first his hand burned, after was burned himself by Bishop Bonner, for the constant Testimony of Christ's true Profession.
  • The First Examination of Tomkins, with his Confession of Faith.
  • Articles objected against him; also his Second Examination.
  • His Confession repeated by Bonner; also his last Appearance and Condemnation.
  • The notable History of William Hunter, a young man, an Apprentice, of nineteen years, pursued to death by Justice Brown, for the Gospel's sake; worthy of all young men and parents to be read.
  • The History of Master Causton and Master Higbed, two worthy Gentlemen of Essex, who, for their sincere Confession of their Faith under Bonner Bishop of London, were martyred and burned.
  • Their Examinations, and Articles ministered by Bonner.
  • Other Examinations, and their Answers to the Articles, etc.
  • The Confession of their Faith, delivered to the Bishop of London, etc., and for which they were condemned.
  • William Pygot, Stephen Knight, and John Laurence, with their Examinations and Articles or Interrogatories objected by Bishop Bonner.
  • Their Answers to the Articles.
  • The last Appearance of the aforesaid Prisoners.
  • The Prayer that Stephen Knight said at his Death, upon his knees, being at the Stake, at Maldon.
  • The Death and Martyrdom of John Laurence, Priest.
  • ibid.


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