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OF

THE REFORMATION

AND

ESTABLISHMENT OF RELIGION,

AND OTHER VARIOUS OCCURRENCES

IN THE

CHURCH OF ENGLAND,

DURING

QUEEN ELIZABETH'S HAPPY REIGN:

TOGETHER WITH

AN APPENDIX

OP ORIGINAL PAPERS OF STATE, RECORDS, AND LETTERS.

BY JOHN STRYPE, M. A.

A NEW EDITION.

VOL. II. PART II.

OXFORD
AT THE CLARENDON PRESS.

MDCCCXXIV.

Clan Press

/. f.15.

THE CONTENTS.

CHAP. I.

The plunder and massacre at Antwerp by the Spaniard. Anno 1576.

The damage sustained by the English merchants there; and

the barbarous usage of them. Other cruelties exercised in the

Low Countries. Which causeth the queen to interpose in

their behalf; and of her own subjects ; by embassies to the

States ; and to the king of Spain. Jealousy of the French's

coming into the Low Countries to aid them. The French

protestants prepare to fly into England. News out of France.

Order for intercepting letters to the Scottish queen. The bi-

shop of Chichester visits bis diocese. The disaffected to reli-

gion there. Account of his proceedings with them. His let-

ters to the lords of the council. Many of the queen's subjects

at mass in the Portugal ambassador's house, at the Charter.

house. The recorder of London gives account to the court of

what was done there. Names of popish fugitives ; certified

into the exchequer.

CHAP. II.

The bishop of Exon sends up some that refused going to

church. Another of his diocese makes nothing of a book-

oath. His dealing with him. He opposeth the sending down

a commission ecclesiastical : and why. The bishop of Lin-

coln preacheth at court. The suitableness of his subject. He

is concerned as visitor of King's college, Cambridge. Great

differences in that college. Articles of accusation against Dr.

Goad, the provost : his answers : bis good service to that

house. Sandys, bishop of London, translated to York : his

farewell sermon at St. Paul's. Endeavours used to get Bishop-

thorp from that archbishop. His reasons why he will not part

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