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THE ACTS AND MONUMENTS

OF JOHN FOXE:

A NEW AND COMPLETE EDITION:

WITH A PRELIMINARY DISSERTATION,

BY THE

REV. GEORGE TOWNSEND, M.A.

OP TRINITY COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE,

PREBENDARY OF DURHAM,
AND VICAR OF NORTHALLERTON, YORKSHIRE.

EDITED BY THE

REV. STEPHEN REED CATTLEY, M.A.

OP QUEEN'S COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE,

RECTOR OF BAGTHORP, NORFOLK,
AND CHAPLAIN TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE THE EARL OF SCARBROUGH.

VOL. VIII.

PUBLISHED BY R. B. SEELEY AND W. BURNSIDE;

AND SOLD BY L. & G. SEELEY,
FLEET STREET, LONDON.

MDCCC XXXIX.

LONDON: PRINTED BY R. CLAY, BREAD-STREET-HILL.

DOCTORS' COMMONS.

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Persecution in Suffolk; Agnes Potten and Joan Trunchfield,

Martyrs

101

The Story of three Martyrs at Canterbury, John Maundrel,

William Coberley, and John Spicer,

102

The Death and Martyrdom of three other Martyrs in London ;

with a Supplication to the Lord Chancellor .

105

The Story of William Tyms, Deacon, and Curate of Hockley . 107

An Examination of Tyms, Drakes, and the rest, before the

Bishop of London

109

The Articles for which William Tyms was condemned 111

The Condemnation of Tyms, Drakes, Spurge, and three others. 112

Letters of William Tyms; two to Mrs. Agnes Glascock . 113

To certain godly Women; and one to his Friends at Hockley. 114

Another, giving Thanks to his Parishioners for their Charity to

his Wife; and one to his Sister Colfox, and to Agnes Glascock. 115

An Exhortation of William Tyms to all God's faithful Servants,

to eschew the society of Idolaters, and God's Enemies 117

A Godly Supplication to the Commis ners, from certain In-

habitants of Norfolk.

121

The Story of John Harpole, of the Parish of St. Nicholas in

Rochester, and Joan Beach, Widow, of Tunbridge

130

John Hullier, Minister and Martyr, at Cambridge

131

His Letters; a Letter to the Christian Congregation

ibid.

To the Congregation of Christ's faithful Followers

134

A Prayer of John Hullier

136

The Death and Martyrdom of six constant Professors at Col-

chester.

138

The Answer of Christopher Lyster and others to the Bishops

Articles

139

Hugh Laverock, a lame old Man, of the Parish of Barking,

Painter, aged sixty-eight; and John Apprice, a blind Man,

Martyrs

140

Three Women, Katherine Hut, Elizabeth Thackvel, and Joan

Horns, burnt at Smithfield

141

A Letter sent to Bonner from Sir John Mordant, Knight, and

Edmund Tyrrel, Esquire, Justices of Peace for Essex ibid.

Thomas Drowry, a blind Boy, and Thomas Croker, Bricklayer,

Martyrs.

144

Persecution in Suffolk ; Three Men burnt at Beccles, etc.

145

Persecution in the Towns of Winston and Mendlesham

147

A Story of one Gregory Crow, marvellously preserved with his

Testament upon the Seas .

148

Another like Story of God's providence upon three Men deli-

vered upon the Sea; also the Death of William Slech in the

King's Bench

150

The Story of four Men burnt at Lewes; also of Thomas Whood

and Thomas Milles; two dead in the King's Bench, and a

Merchant's Servant burnt at Leicester

151

Thirteen Martyrs burnt at Stratford-le-Bow; with their An-
swers to their Articles

ibid.

A Letter or. Apology of the Martyrs, purging themselves of

the false slander of Master Fecknam

155

Trouble and Burning in the Diocese of Lichfield

156

Three Men dead in the King's Bench

. 157

The Story of Roger Bernard, Adam Foster, and Robert Law-

son, etc., suffering at St. Edmund's Bury

The Story of John Fortune, otherwise Cutler, with his Exami-

nation before Dr. Parker and Master Foster

160

Three Examinations of John Fortune before Dr. Hopton,

Bishop of Norwich

161

The Death of John Careless in ihe King's Bench; also his

Examination before Dr. Martin, briefly declared

163

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. ibid.

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