Three treatises

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Hodges and Smith, 1851 - 239 pages
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Page 7 - An Harborowe for Faithful and Trew Subjects, sig. O, 4. Cranmer expressed himself in a similar strain respecting the " glorious titles, styles, and pomps," which were come into the Church through the working of the spirit of Diotrephes, and professed his readiness to lay them aside.
Page 7 - Aylmer afterwards became a Bishop him- Life of Aylmer. Oxself, and then, as honest John Strype in- ford, 1821, P. 177. forms us, "he changed his mind" respecting Bishops> lands, " and thought the Bishops had as good retain their antient Revenues, as to see them run away with by the Laity, and little good done with them:" excusing his former opinions by the words of St.

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