Foxe's Book of Martyrs -- CONTENTS:

THE ACTS AND MONUMENTS OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH
by
JOHN FOX

TABLE of CONTENTS

TITLE PAGE.

INTRODUCTION.

THE FIRST BOOK
THE ACTS AND MONUMENTS, CONTAINING THE THREE HUNDRED YEARS NEXT AFTER CHRIST, WITH THE TEN PERSECUTIONS OF THE PRIMITIVE CHURCH.

1. FOREWORD.

2. THE EARLY PERSECUTION OF THE APOSTLES .

3. THE FIRST PERSECUTION UNDER NERO.

4. THE SECOND PERSECUTION UNDER DOMITIAN.

5. THE THIRD PERSECUTION UNDER TRAJAN AND HADRIAN.

6. THE FOURTH PERSECUTION UNDER ANTONINUS VERUS.

7. THE FIFTH PERSECUTION UNDER SEVERUS.

8. THE SIXTH PERSECUTION UNDER MAXIMUMUS.

9. THE SEVENTH PERSECUTION UNDER DECIUS.

10. THE EIGHTH PERSECUTION UNDER VALERIAN.

11. THE TENTH PERSECUTION UNDER DIOCLESIAN.

12. THE PERSECUTION UNDER LICINIUS.

13. PERSECUTIONS IN PERSIA.

15. PERSECUTION UNDER JULIAN THE APOSTATE.

16. CONSTANTINE THE GREAT.

THE SECOND BOOK
CONTAINING
THE NEXT THREE HUNDRED YEARS FOLLOWING
WITH SUCH THINGS SPECIALLY TOUCHED AS HAVE HAPPENED IN ENGLAND FROM THE TIME OF KING LUCIUS TO GREGORIUS, AND SO AFTER TO THE TIME OF KING EGBERT.

17. THE CHURCH IN BRITAIN BEFORE THE COMING OF THE SAXONS.

18. THE ENTERING AND REIGNING OF THE SAXONS IN THE REALM OF ENGLAND.

19. THE COMING OF AUSTIN.

20. THE CONVERSION OF THE SAXONS.

21. FROM THE CONVERSION OF THE SAXONS TO THE COMING OF THE DANES.

THE THIRD BOOK.
FROM THE REIGN OF KING EGBERTUS UNTO THE TIME OF WILLIAM CONQUEROR.

22. THE COMING OF THE DANES.

23. ALFRED THE GREAT.

23. KING EDWARD THE ELDER.

24. KING ETHELSTAN.

25. KING EDMUND.

26. KING EDGAR.

27. KING EDWARD THE MARTYR.

28. KING EGELRED OR ETHELRED, "THE UNREADY".

29. KINGS EDMUND IRONSIDE, CANUTE AND HARDEKNOUT.

30. KING EDWARD THE CONFESSOR.

31. KING HAROLD.

THE FOURTH BOOK.
CONTAINING ANOTHER THREE HUNDRED YEARS, FROM WILLIAM THE CONQUEROR TO THE TIME OF JOHN WICKLIFFE, WHEREIN IS DESCRIBED THE PROUD AND MISORDERED REIGN OF ANTICHRIST BEGINNING TO STIR IN THE CHURCH OF CHRIST.

32. WILLIAM THE CONQUEROR.

33. HILDEBRAND (POPE GREGORY THE SEVENTH).

35. WILLIAM RUFUS.

36. HENRY I.

37. KING STEPHEN.

38. HENRY II.

39. QUARREL BETWEEN THE EMPEROR FREDERICK BARBAROSSA AND THE PAPACY.

40. LIFE AND DEATH OF THOMAS À BECKET.

41. AFTER THE DEATH OF THOMAS À BECKET.

42. POPE ALEXANDER III AND THE WALDENSES.

43. OTHER EVENTS DURING THE REIGN OF KING HENRY II.

44. PERSON AND CHARACTER OF HENRY II.

45. RICHARD I.

46. DISPUTE BETWEEN THE ARCHBISHOP AND ABBOT OF CANTERBURY.

47. RICHARD I. (contd.)

48. KING JOHN.

49. KING HENRY III.

50. THE CRUSADE AGAINST THE ALBIGENSIANS.

51. HENRY III (CONTD.)

52. THE SCHISM BETWEEN THE ROMAN AND GREEK CHURCHES.

53. MORE DISSENSIONS ABOUT ECCLESIASTICAL APPOINTMENTS.

54. PAPAL GREED AND CORRUPTION.

55. THE THIRD CRUSADE.

56. THE EMPEROR FREDERICK II.

57. THE RIGHT OF PRINCES TO APPOINT BISHOPS.

58. THE EMPEROR FREDERICK II. (contd.)

59. FREDERIC'S LAST CAMPAIGN AND DEATH. SUMMARY OF HIS CHARACTER.

60. GULIELMUS AND OTHER CHAMPIONS OF CHRIST.

61. ROBERT GROSTHEAD.

62. THE WICKEDNESS OF THE JEWS.

63. OTHER EVENTS IN THE REIGN OF HENRY III.

64. QUARREL OF KING HENRY III AND THE NOBLES.

65. PRINCE EDWARD'S CRUSADE.

66. KING EDWARD I.

67. QUARREL OF KING PHILIP OF FRANCE AND THE POPE.

68. KING EDWARD I (CONTD).

69. KING EDWARD II.

70. KING EDWARD III – WARS WITH THE FRENCH AND SCOTS.

71. KING EDWARD III -- MATTERS ECCLESIASTICAL.

72. ANTI-PAPAL WRITERS: 1300-1360.

THE FIFTH BOOK.
CONTAINING
THE LAST THREE HUNDRED YEARS FROM THE LOOSING OUT OF SATAN.

73. THE PERSECUTIONS FORETOLD IN THE SCRIPTURES.

74.THE PRAYER AND COMPLAINT OF THE PLOUGHMAN.

75. THE PARABLE OF FRIAR RUPESCISSANUS

76. ARMACHANUS AND THE BEGGING FRIARS

77. POPE GREGORY THE ELEVENTH AND KING EDWARD THE THIRD

78. ANTI-PAPAL WRITERS, 1370-1390

79. JOHN WICKLIFF

80. HERFORD, REPPINGTON AND ASHTON

81. JOHN WICKLIFF (CONTD.)

82. WILLIAM SWINDERBY.

83. WALTER BRUTE.

84. A LETTER FROM LUCIFER TO THE POPE AND PRELATES

85. KING RICHARD II AND THE FOLLOWERS OF WICKLIFF

86. THE DEPOSING OF KING RICHARD II.

87. WILLIAM SAUTRE

88. OPPOSITION TO HENRY IV

89. JOHN BADBY

90. LAWS MADE AGAISNT HERETICS

91. WILLIAM THORPE.

92. JOHN PURVEY.

93. CONTINUING SCHISM.

94. JOHN HUSS CONDEMNED BY POPE ALXANDER V.

95. INSUFFERABLE PRIDE AND VAINGLORY OF THE PRELATES

96. NOTES OF CERTAIN PARLIAMENT MATTERS PASSED IN HENRY V'S KING'S DAYS.

97. CORONATION OF HENRY V. SYNOD OF LONDON

98. THE TROUBLE AND PERSECUTION OF THE LORD COBHAM.

99. COPE'S BOOK OF LORD COBHAM, ANSWERED

100. THE ENTRY OF THE STORY OF THE BOHEMIANS.

101. THE COUNCIL OF CONSTANCE.

102. JOHN HUSS BEFORE THE COUNCIL OF CONSTANCE

103. THE TRIAL OF JOHN HUSS

104. THE ARTICLES AGAINST JOHN HUSS, AND HIS ANSWERS

105. THE TRIAL OF JOHN HUSS (CONTINUED)

106. CERTAIN LETTERS RELATING TO THE CASE OF JOHN HUSS

107. JEROME OF PRAGUE

108. THE LETTER OF THE LORDS OF BOHEMIA TO THE COUNCIL

109. JOHN CLAYDON AND OTHERS

110. THE BOHEMIANS RESIST THE POPE

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

111. A PREFACE TO THE READER.

112. FURTHER PERSECUTIONS OF WICLIFF'S FOLLOWERS

113. THE COUNCIL OF BASIL

114. THE ELECTION OF POPE FELIX V.

115. THE BOHEMIANS AND THE COUNCIL OF BASIL

116. EVENTS IN ENGLAND 1431-1450

117. THE INVENTION AND BENEFIT OF PRINTING.

118. THE LAMENTABLE LOSING OF CONSTANTINOPLE.

119. REYNOLD PECOCKE

120. THE PAPACY, 1449-1492

121. THE WARS OF THE ROSES

122. ON FALSE PROPHECIES

123. TURMOIL IN THE EMPIRE

124. JOHN THE NEATHERD OF FRANCONIA, A MARTYR, AND DOCTOR JOHANNES DE WESALIA.

125. THE WARS OF THE ROSES (CONCLUDED)

126 THE WORD OF GOD SPREAD BY PRINTING

127. JEROME SAVANAROLA

128. DISCONTENT IN GERMANY

129. HISTORY OF THE TURKS.

130. SOLYMAN, THE TWELFTH EMPEROR OF THE TURKS.

131. THE SIEGE OF VIENNA

132. FURTHER CAMPAIGNS OF SOLYMAN

133. RECENT DEFEATS OF THE TURKS

134. A NOTICE TOUCHING THE MISERABLE PERSECUTION, SLAUGHTER, AND CAPTIVITY OF THE CHRISTIANS UNDER THE TURKS.

135. PERSECUTION IN ENGLAND, 1500-1509

136. THE PROUD PRIMACY OF POPES

VOL II.

THE SEVENTH BOOK
OF
THE ACTS AND MONUMENTS,
BEGINNING WITH THE REIGN OF KING HENRY THE EIGHTH.

137. INTRODUCTION TO THE REIGN OF HENRY VIII.

138. DISPUTE ABOUT THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION

139. LONDONERS FORCED TO RECANT, 1510-1527

140. WILLIAM SMEETING AND JOHN BREWSTER.

141. RICHARD HUN

142. LONDON MARTYRS, 1509-1518

143. PERSECUTION IN LINCOLN

144. SCHOLARS AND POETS

145. MARTIN LUTHER -- INTRODUCTION

146. MARTIN LUTHER

147. THE DIET OF WORMS.

148. ASSEMBLY AT NUREMBERG

149. LUTHER AFTER THE DIET OF WORMS; HIS TEACHINGS AND DEATH.

150. CARDINAL CAMPEIUS' MISSION

151. THE REFORMATION IN SWITZERLAND.

152. HENRY VOES AND JOHN ESCH

153. HENRY SUTPHEN, MONK, A MARTYR, AT DITHMARSCH.

154. THE LAMENTABLE MARTYRDOM OF JOHN CLERK, OF MELDEN, IN FRANCE.

155. JOHN CASTELLANE.

156. MARTYRS IN GERMANY.

157. MARTYRS IN FRANCE – I.

158. MARTYRS IN FRANCE – II.

159. MARTYRS IN SPAIN

160. MARTYRS IN ITALY

161. THE WALDENSIAN MARTYRS IN PROVENCE

162. THE WALDENSIANS OF PIEDMONT

THE EIGHTH BOOK,

PERTAINING TO THE LAST THREE HUNDRED YEARS FROM THE LOOSING OUT OF SATAN.
CONTINUING THE HISTORY OF ENGLISH MATTERS APPERTAINING TO BOTH STATES, AS WELL ECCLESIASTICAL, AS CIVIL AND TEMPORAL.

163. THE HISTORY OF SEVEN GODLY MARTYRS BURNT AT COVENTRY.

164. PATRICK HAMILTON

165. MASTER PATRICK'S PLACES

166. MARTYRS IN SCOTLAND AND ENGLAND, 1525-32.

167. THOMAS WOLSEY

168. THE SACK OF ROME

169. THOMAS WOLSEY (contd.)

170. MUMMUTH AND HITTON

171. THOMAS BILNEY

172. BOOKS BANNED BY THE PAPISTS.

173. RICHARD BAYFIELD, MARTYR.

174. JOHN TEWKESBURY, LEATHERSELLER, OF LONDON, MARTYR.

175. JOHN RANDALL AND EDWARD FREESE.

176. JAMES BAINHAM, LAWYER, AND MARTYR.

177. JOHN BENT AND OTHERS.

178. JOHN FRITH AND ANDREW HEWET.

179. THOMAS BENET

180. PERSONS ABJURED IN LONDON

181. KING HENRY'S BREACH WITH ROME

182. ARGUMENTS AGAINST THE POPE'S SUPREMACY

183. FOOLS AND TRAITORS WHO CLUNG TO THE POPE

184. WILLIAM TYNDALE

185. THE DEATH OF THE LADY KATHARINE, PRINCESS DOWAGER, AND THAT OF QUEEN ANNE.

186. KING HENRY REFUSES THE POPE'S SUMMONS TO MANTUA

187. REBELLIONS IN LINCOLNSHIRE AND YORKSHIRE

188.EDMUND BONNER

189. ECCLESIASTICAL MATTERS, A.D. 1538.

190. FRIAR FORREST.

191. JOHN LAMBERT

192. OTHER MARTYRS, 1538

193. KING HENRY'S DECREE AGAINST IMPORTED BOOKS

194. THE VARIABLE CHANGES AND MUTATIONS OF RELIGION IN KING HENRY'S DAYS.

195. THOMAS CROMWELL

196. THE ENGLISH BIBLE.

197. THE HISTORY OF ROBERT BARNES, THOMAS GARRET, AND WILLIAM JEROME, DIVINES.

198. PAPISTS, EXECUTED THE SAME TIME WITH BARNES, JEROME, AND GARRET.

199. FURTHER PERSECTION ARISING FROM THE SIX ARTICLES.

200. JOHN PORTER, THOMAS SOMMERS, AND OTHERS

201. FALSE ALARM AT OXFORD

202. THE KING DIVORCED FROM THE LADY ANNE OF CLEVES, AND MARRIED TO THE LADY KATHARINE HOWARD, HIS FIFTH WIFE.

203. FOUR WINDSOR MARYRS

204. PERSECUTION IN CALAIS.

205. DR. LONDON AND THE GOLDSMITH.

206. QUALIFICATIONS OF THE ACT OF THE SIX ARTICLES.

207. JOHN ATHY, JOHN HEYWOOD, KERBY, AND ROGER CLARKE

208. KING HENRY'S ACTS AND PROCLAMATIONS, 1545-46

209. ANNE ASKEW

210. THE MARTYRDOM OF JOHN LACELS, JOHN ADAMS, AND NICHOLAS BELENIAN.

211. ONE ROGERS, A MARTYR, BURNED IN NORFOLK.

212. KATHERINE PARR

213. WICKED DEEDS OF BISHOP GARDINER

213. SUPPRESSION OF BOOKS; TYNDALE'S CONDEMNED.

214. SIR JOHN BORTHWIKE

215. THOMAS FORRET AND HIS FOLLOWERS

216. MARTYRS IN ST. JOHN'S-TOWN, OR PERTH

217. GEORGE WISEHART

218. ADAM WALLACE

219. THE SCHISM THAT AROSE IN SCOTLAND FOR THE PATER-NOSTER

220. WALTER MILLE.

221. PERSECUTION IN KENT.

222. THREE DIVERS SORTS OF JUDGMENTS AMONGST THE PAPISTS, AGAINST HERETICS AS THEY CALL THEM.

223. PAPAL DOCUMENTS RELATING TO KING HENRY'S DIVORCE.

224. POPE LEO'S BULL AGAINST LUTHER, AND LUTHER'S ANSWER

225. THE DEATH OF KING HENRY THE EIGHTH

THE NINTH BOOK,
CONTAINING
THE ACTS AND THINGS DONE IN THE REIGN OF KING EDWARD THE SIXTH.

226. CHARACTER OF EDWARD VI.

227. RELIGIOUS REFORMS UNDER KING EDWARD

228. THE BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER

229. PAPIST REBELLIONS

230. TRIAL AND IMPRISONMENT OF EDMUND BONNER.

231. FURTHER RELIGIOUS REFORMS UNDER KING EDWARD

232. THE TRIAL OF STEPHEN GARDINER.

233. DOCTOR REDMAN EXPOUNDS THE TRUE FAITH ON HIS DEATHBED

234. WILLIAM GARDINER, MARTYRED IN PORTUGAL

235. THE DOWNFALL OF EDWARD, DUKE OF SOMERSET

236. DISPUTATIONS HOLDEN AT OXFORD, ABOUT THE SACRAMENT OF THE LORD'S SUPPER.

237. A LIKE DISPUTATION IN CAMBRIDGE

238. A FRUITFUL DIALOGUE DECLARING THESE WORDS OF CHRIST, THIS IS MY BODY.

239. THE END AND DEATH OF KING EDWARD THE SIXTH.

THE TENTH BOOK.
THE BEGINNING OF THE REIGN OF QUEEN MARY.

240. THE ABOMINABLE BLASPHEMY OF THE MASS.

241. THE BEGINNING OF THE REIGN OF QUEEN MARY

242. PROHIBITION OF UNAUTHORISED PREACHING.

243. A DISPUTATION ON RELIGION ORDERED BY THE QUEEN.

244. DEPOSED BISHOPS RE-APPOINTED, AND APPOINTED BISHOPS DEPOSED.

245. WYAT'S REBELLION

246. LADY JANE GREY.

247. ACTIONS TO RE-ESTABLISH PAPISM.

248. DR. RIDLEY DISPUTES ON THE SCARAMENT.

249. RIDLEY, CRANMER AND LATIMER AT OXFORD.

250. DISPUTATION OF CRANMER AT OXFORD

251. DISPUTATION OF RIDLEY AT OXFORD

252. DISPUTATION OF LATIMER AT OXFORD

253. DISPUTATION OF HARPSFIELD AT OXFORD

254. CONCERNING THESE DISPUTATIONS

255. VARIOUS DOCUMENTS RELATING TO THE DISPUTATIONS

256. OTHER THINGS WHICH HAPPENED IN THIS REALM, IN THIS TUMULTUOUS TIME.(1)

257. THE EXECUTION OF THE KENTISH REBELS.

258. DISPUTATION OF BRADFORD AND SAUNDERS AT CAMBRIDGE.

259. PRINCESS ELIZABETH IMPRISONED.

260. MARRIAGE OF QUEN MARY AND PHILIP OF SPAIN. FURTHER ACTIONS TO RE-ESTABLISH PAPISM

261. JOHN BOLTON

262. THE QUEEN WTH CHILD

263. THE BOW CONGREGATION

 

THE ELEVENTH BOOK.

WHEREIN

IS DISCOURSED THE BLOODY MURDERING OF GOD'S SAINTS, WITH THE PARTICULAR PROCESSES AND NAMES OF SUCH GOOD MARTYRS, BOTH MEN AND WOMEN, AS, IN THIS TIME OF QUEEN MARY, WERE PUT TO DEATH.

264. JOHN ROGERS.

265. LAURENCE SAUNDERS.

266. JOHN HOOPER

267. ROWLAND TAYLOR.

268. OTHER EVENTS OF FEBRUARY 1555.

269. CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN QUEEN MARY AND THE KING OF DENMARK.

270. BISHOP BONNER COMMANDS UNIVERSAL RECONCILIATION.

271. JAMES HALES

272. THOMAS TOMKINS.

273. WILLIAM HUNTER.

274. THOMAS CAUSTON AND THOMAS HIGBED.

275. WILLIAM PYGOT, STEPHEN KNIGHT, AND JOHN LAURENCE

276. ROBERT FERRAR

277. RAWLINS WHITE

278. OTHER EVENTS OF MARCH AND APRIL 1555.

279. GEORGE MARSH

280. WILLIAM FLOWER

281. OTHER EVENTS OF MAY 1555.

282. JOHN CARDMAKER AND JOHN WARNE.

283. OTHER EVENTS OF JUNE, 1555.

284. JOHN ARDELEY AND JOHN SIMSON.

285. JOHN TOOLEY

286. THOMAS HAUKES.

287. THOMAS WATS.

288. CONCERNING THE CHILDBED OF QUEEN MARY, AS IT WAS RUMOURED AMONG THE PEOPLE.

289. PROTESTANT BOOKS CONDEMNED BY THE COUNCIL

290. SOME PAPISTICAL BLASPHEMIES.

291. THOMAS OSMOND, WILLIAM BAMFORD, THOMAS OSBORNE, AND OTHERS.

292. JOHN BRADFORD.

293. JOHN LEAF, BURNT WITH BRADFORD.

294. THE EXECUTION OF LEAF AND BRADFORD.

295. THE LETTERS OF MASTER BRADFORD.

296 WILLIAM MINGE AND JAMES TREVISAM

297. JOHN BLAND.

298. NICHOLAS SHETERDEN, JOHN FRANKESH, AND HUMFREY MIDDLETON.

299. NICHOLAS HALL AND CHRISTOPHER WADE.

300. DIRICK CARVER AND JOHN LAUNDER

301. THOMAS IVESON, JOHN ALEWORTH AND JAMES ABBES.

302. JOHN DENLEY, GENTLEMAN, JOHN NEWMAN, AND PATRICK PACKINGHAM.

303. WILLIAM COKER, WILLIAM HOPPER, HENRY LAURENCE, RICHARD COLLIAR, RICHARD WRIGHT, AND WILLIAM STERE.

304. THE PERSECUTION OF TEN MARTYRS TOGETHER, SENT BY CERTAIN OF THE COUNCIL TO BONNER TO BE EXAMINED.

305. ELIZABETH WARNE.

306. GEORGE TANKERFIELD

307. ROBERT SMITH

308. STEPHEN HARWOOD, THOMAS FUST, WILLIAM HALE, GEORGE KING, THOMAS LEYES, JOHN WADE, AND WILLIAM ANDREW.

309. ROBERT SAMUEL.

310. WILLIAM ALLEN, ROGER COO, AND THOMAS COBB

311. GEORGE CATMER, ROBERT STREATER, .ANTHONY BURWARD, GEORGE BRODBRIDGE, AND JAMES TUTTY; THOMAS HAYWARD AND JOHN GOREWAY.

312. ROBERT GLOVER, GENTLEMAN, AND JOHN AND WILLIAM GLOVER, HIS BROTHERS.

313. CORNELIUS BUNGEY

314. WILLIAM WOLSEY AND ROBERT PYGOT.

315. RIDLEY AND LATIMER -- INTRODUCTION.

316. RIDLEY AND LATIMER DEBATE WITH "ANTONIAN."

317. THE LETTERS OF THE REVEREND BISHOP AND MARTYR, NICHOLAS RIDLEY.

318. LIFE OF LATIMER.

319. LETTERS OF MASTER LATIMER.

320. THE EXAMINATION OF RIDLEY AND LATIMER

321. THE EXECUTION OF RIDLEY AND LATIMER

322. TREATISES OF DR. RIDLEY

323. THE PETERNOT PROFESSION.

324. THE DEATH AND END OF STEPHEN GARDINER, BISHOP OF WINCHESTER, THE ENEMY OF GOD'S WORD.

325. JOHN WEBBE, GEORGE ROPER, GREGORY PARKE, WILLIAM WISEMAN, AND JAMES GORE

326. JOHN PHILPOT

327. THE MARTYR'S PRAYER

328. LETTERS OF MASTER PHILPOT.

329. THOMAS WHITTLE, BARTLET GREEN, JOHN TUDSON, JOHN WENT, THOMAS BROWNE; ISABEL FOSTER, AND JOAN WARNE, ALIAS LASHFORD.

330. JOHN LOMAS, ANNE ALBRIGHT, JOAN CATMER, AGNES SNOTH, AND JOAN SOLE.

331. THOMAS CRANMER

332. AGNES PORTER AND JOAN TRUNCHFIELD.

333. JOHN MAUNDREL, WILLIAM COBERLEY, AND JOHN SPICER.

334.  ROBERT DRAKES, WILLIAM TYMS, RICHARD SPURGE, THOMAS SPURGE, JOHN CAVEL, GEORGE AMBROSE

335. THE NORFOLK SUPPLICATION

336. JOHN HARPOLE AND JOAN BEACH

337. JOHN HULLIER.

338. CHRISTOPHER LYSTER, JOHN MACE, JOHN SPENCER, SIMON JOYNE, RICHARD NICHOLS AND JOHN HAMOND.

339. HUGH LAVEROCK, JOHN APPRICE, KATHARINE HUT, ELIZABETH THACKVEL, AND JOAN HORNS

340. THOMAS DROWRY AND THOMAS CROKER.

341. PERSECUTION IN SUFFOLK

342. SAILORS SAVED THROUGH THE POWER OF FAITH.

343. OTHER MARTYRS, JUNE 1556.

344. THIRTEEN MARTYRS BURNED AT STRATFORD-LE-BOW.

345. TROUBLE AND BUSINESS IN THE DIOCESE OF LICHFIELD AND ELSEWHERE, JUNE-JULY 1556

346. JOHN FORTUNE, OTHERWISE CUTLER.

347. THE DEATH OF JOHN CARELESS, IN THE KING'S BENCH.

348. JULIUS PALMER, JOHN GWIN AND THOMAS ASKIN

349. PERSECUTION IN IPSWICH.

350. KATHARINE CAWCHES, GUILLEMINE GILBERT, PEROTINE MASSEY, AND AN INFANT, THE SON OF PEROTINE MASSEY.

351.OTHER MARTYRS IN 1556

THE TWELFTH BOOK.

CONTAINING THE BLOODY DOINGS AND PERSECUTIONS OF THE ADVERSARIES, AGAINST THE FAITHFUL AND TRUE SERVANTS OF CHRIST, WITH THE PARTICULAR PROCESSES AND NAMES OF SUCH AS WERE PUT TO SLAUGHTER FROM THE BEGINNING OF JANUARY, 1557, AND THE FIFTH YEAR OF QUEEN MARY.

352. THE VISITATION AT CAMBRIDGE; EXHUMATIONS AND BURNINGS.

353. PERSECUTION IN CANTERBURY.

354. A BLOODY COMMISSION GIVEN FORTH BY KING PHILIP AND QUEEN MARY, TO PERSECUTE THE POOR MEMBERS OF CHRIST.

355. THE APPREHENSION OF TWO AND TWENTY PRISONERS, SENT UP TOGETHER FOR GOD'S WORD, TO LONDON, FROM COLCHESTER.

356.THOMAS LOSEBY, HENRY RAMSEY, THOMAS THIRTEL, MARGARET HIDE, AND AGNES STANLEY

357. STEPHEN GRATWICK

358. EDMUND ALLIN AND OTHERS, MARTYRED IN KENT.

359.MATTHEW PLAISE

360. RICHARD WOODMAN AND NINE OTHERS.

361. AMBROSE (FIRST NAME UNKNOWN), RICHARD LUSH, THOMAS READ, SIMON MILLER AND ELIZABETH COOPER

362. TEN COLCHESTER MARTYRS

363. GEORGE EAGLES

364. RICHARD CRASHFIELD

365. JOYCE LEWES.

366. RALPH ALLERTON, JAMES AUSTOO, MARGERY AUSTOO, AND RICHARD ROTH

367. AGNES BONGEOR, MARGARET THURSTON AND JOHN KURDE

368. JOHN NOYES

369. CICELY ORMES.

370. PERSECUTION IN LICHFIELD AND CHICHESTER.

371. THOMAS SPURDANCE

372. JOHN HALLINGDALE, WILLIAM SPARROW, AND RICHARD GIBSON

373. JOHN ROUGH AND MARGARET MEARING

ANNO 1558.

374.CUTBERT SYMSON, HUGH FOXE AND JOHN DEVENISH

375. WILLIAM NICHOL.

376. WILLIAM SEAMAN, THOMAS CARMAN, AND THOMAS HUDSON.

377. MOTHER BENET.

378. THREE COLCHESTER MARTYRS.

379. PROCLAMATION AGAINST GODLY BOOKS.

380. THIRTEEN ISLINGTON MARTYRS.

381. RICHARD YEOMAN.

382. JOHN ALCOCK.

383. THOMAS BENBRIDGE, GENTLEMAN AND MARTYR

384. THE UNJUST EXECUTION AND MARTYRDOM OF FOUR, BURNT AT ST. EDMUND'S BURY.

385. ALICE DRIVER AND ALEXANDER GOUCH.

386. PHILIP HUMFREY, AND JOHN AND HENRY DAVID.

387. PREST'S WIFE, A GODLY POOR WOMAN WHICH SUFFERED AT EXETER.

388. RICHARD SHARP, THOMAS BENION, AND THOMAS HALE

389. THE LAST MARTYRS

390. JOHN HUNT AND RICHARD WHITE

391. WILL FETTY, A YOUNG LAD OF EIGHT YEARS OLD, SCOURGED TO DEATH IN BISHOP BONNER'S HOUSE IN LONDON.

392. THE BISHOPS' CERTIFICATE

393. MARTYRS IN SPAIN AND PORTUGAL.

394. SCOURGINGS AND BEATINGS.

SOME WHO ESCAPED MARTYRDOM.

395. WILLIAM LIVING AND JOHN LITHALL

396. EDWARD GREW AND WILLIAM BROWNE

397. ELIZABETH YOUNG.

398. ELIZABETH LAWSON.

399. THOMAS CHRISTENMASS AND WILLIAM WATS.

400. JOHN GLOVER OF MANCETTER, GENTLEMAN.

401. ONE DABNEY, A PAINTER.

402. ALEXANDER WIMSHURST, MINISTER.

403. THE STORY OF ONE BOSOME'S WIFE.

404. THE LADY KNEVET, OF WYMONDHAM, IN NORFOLK.

405. JOHN DAVIS, A CHILD UNDER TWELVE YEARS OF AGE.

406. MISTRESS ROBERTS, OF HAWKHURST, IN KENT.

407. MISTRESS ANNE LACY, A WIDOW IN NOTTINGHAMSHIRE.

408. CROSSMAN'S WIFE, OF TIBENHAM, IN NORFOLK.

409. THE CONGREGATION AT STOKE, IN SUFFOLK.

410. THE PRESERVATION OF THE CONGREGATION AT LONDON.

411. ENGLISHMEN PRESERVED AT THE TAKING OF CALAIS.

412. EDWARD BENET.

413. JEFFERY HURST, BROTHER-IN-LAW TO GEORGE MARSH THE MARTYR.

414. WILLIAM WOOD OF KENT.

415. SIMON GRINÆUS.

416. THE LADY KATHARINE, DUCHESS OF SUFFOLK.

417. A STORY OF THOMAS HORTON, MINISTER.

418. THOMAS SPRAT, OF KENT, TANNER.

419. THE TROUBLE OF JOHN CORNET.

420. THOMAS BRYCE.

421. GERTRUDE CROKHAY.

422. WILLIAM MAULDON.

423. ROBERT HORNEBY.

424. MISTRESS SANDS.

425. THOMAS ROSE.

426. DR. SANDS

427. THE FAITHFUL OF IPSWICH

428. THE LADY ELIZABETH

429. THE FAILURE OF QUEN MARY'S PERSECUTION.

430. THE SEVERE PUNISHMENT OF GOD UPON PERSECUTORS AND BLASPHEMERS

431. FOREIGN EXAMPLES OF PERSECUTORS PLAGUED BY GOD'S HAND.

432. JOHN WHITMAN

433. ADMONITION TO THE READER, CONCERNING THE EXAMPLES ABOVE MENTIONED.

434. QUEEN ELIZABETH.

435. THE DISPUTATION AT WESTMINSTER.

436. PROTESTANTISM RE-ESTABLISHED.

THE APPENDIX
OF SUCH NOTES AND MATTERS, AS EITHER HAVE BEEN IN THIS HISTORY OMITTED, OR NEWLY INSERTED.

437. OF SIR ROGER ACTON AND OTHERS.

438. JOHN FRITH.

439. WILLIAM PLANE.

440. A NOTE OF LADY JANE.

441. A LETTER OF QUEEN MARY TO THE DUKE OF NORFOLK.

442. RIDLEY'S TREATISE AGAINST IMAGES.

443. A NOTE OF MASTER RIDLEY.

444. A NOTE CONCERNING DR. CRANMER IN HIS DISPUTATION.

445. A NOTE OF BISHOP FERRAR.

446. THOMAS HITTON, MARTYR

447. WILLIAM HASTLEN.

448. VERSES LAID IN QUEEN MARY'S CLOSET UPON HER DESK, AGAINST HER COMING UNTO HER PRAYERS.

449. AN INSTRUCTION OF KING EDWARD THE SIXTH

450. A LETTER OF ONE JOHN MELVYN, PRISONER IN NEWGATE.

451. A NOTE CONCERNING THE TROUBLE OF JULIUS PALMER, LATELY COME TO MY HANDS.

452. THE CONFESSION OF PATRICK PATINGHAM,

453. A CERTAIN LETTER OF WILLIAM TYMS.

454. A NOTE OF WILLIAM GIE.

455. A NOTE OF MICHAEL'S WIFE.

456. A NOTE OF JOHN SPICER.

457. A NOTE OF MANDREL.

458. A NOTE OF ELIZABETH PEPPER.

459. A NOTE OF ONE CONFESSING GOD'S TRUTH AT THE GALLOWS.

460. A NOTE OF GERTRUDE CROCKHAY.

461. A NOTE OF WILLIAM WOOD.

462. JOHN ALCOCKE.

463. CERTAIN CAUTIONS OF THE AUTHOR TO THE READER, OF THINGS TO BE CONSIDERED IN READING THIS STORY.

464. NOTES OMITTED OF THEM THAT WERE BURNT AT BRISTOL.

465. A NOTE OF PREST'S WIFE, OF EXETER.

466. THE MARTYRDOM OF ONE SNEL, BURNT ABOUT RICHMOND IN QUEEN MARY'S TIME, OMITTED IN THIS HISTORY.

467. A STORY OF ONE LAREMOUTH, OMITTED IN THIS HISTORY.

468. A LETTER OF WILLIAM HUNTER

469. AN ORATION OF NICHOLAS BACON

470. RICHARD ATKINS.

471. DR. STORY, PERSECUTOR

472. QUEEN MARY'S SCOURGE OF PERSECUTION.

473. THOMAS PARKINSON

474. A NOTE OF RALPH LURDANE, PERSECUTOR OF GEORGE EAGLES.

475. A BRIEF NOTE CONCERNING THE HORRIBLE MASSACRE IN FRANCE, ANNO 1572.

476. THE CONCLUSION OF THE WORK.

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