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" Now as concerning the estate of religion, as it is used in this realm of England at this present, if it please your Highness to license me, I would gladly write my mind unto your Majesty. I will never, God willing, be author of sedition, to move subjects... "
Memorials of ... Thomas Cranmer, sometime lord archbishop of Canterbury ... - Seite 920
von John Strype - 1812
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Memorials of the Most Reverend Father in God Thomas Cranmer: Sometime Lord ...

John Strype - 1853
...this present, if it please your highnes to allow me, I would gladly write my mind unto your majesty. I wil never, God willing, be author of sedition, to...obedience of their heads and rulers, which is an offence most detestable. If I have uttered my mind to your majesty, being a Christian queen and governor of...
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(New series, v.1-6). Reformation period

Walter Farquhar Hook - 1868
...please your Highness to licence me, I would gladly write my mind unto your Majesty. I will never, God be willing, be author of sedition, to move subjects from...obedience of their heads and rulers; which is an offence most detestable. If I have uttered my mind to your Majesty, being a Christian queen and governor of...
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The Church Historians of England: Reformation Period, Band 8,Ausgabe 1

1868
...present, if it please your highness to license me, I would gladly write my mind unto your majesty. I will never, God willing, be author of sedition, to move...obedience of their heads and rulers, which is an offence most detestable. If I have uttered my mind to your majestv, being a Christian queen and governor of...
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Thomas Cranmer

Arthur James Mason - 1898 - 203 Seiten
...his office he might have some conversation with the Queen. " I will never, God willing," he wrote, " be author of sedition, to move subjects from the obedience of their heads and rulers ; which is an offence most detestable. If I have uttered my mind to your Majesty, being a Christian Queen and Governor of...
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Thomas Cranmer and the English Reformation, 1489-1556

Albert Frederick Pollard - 1904 - 399 Seiten
...opposition was useless because the whole weight of Government was already cast in the other balance. be author of sedition to move subjects from the obedience of their heads and rulers, which is an offence most detestable." Yet conscience required him, considering the place he had held as chief spiritual...
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...Studies in the English Reformation

Henry Lowther Clarke - 1912 - 238 Seiten
...throne caused him to humble himself before the Queen. He wrote to her to say that he would never be the author of sedition to move subjects from the obedience of their heads and rulers. Some suggested a pension for him upon his retiring into private life. A report was circulated that...
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book IV. England. book V. Philosophy and science

Henry Osborn Taylor - 1920
...present, if it please your Highness to license me, I would gladly write my mind unto your Majesty. I will never, God willing, be author of sedition, to move...the obedience of their Heads and Rulers: which is an offense most detestable. If I have uttered my mind to your Majesty, being a Christian Queen and Governor...
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Miscellaneous Writings and Letters of Thomas Cranmer

Thomas Cranmer - 2001 - 612 Seiten
...present, if it please your highness to license me, I would gladly write my mind unto your majesty. I will never, God willing, be author of sedition, to move...obedience of their heads and rulers : which is an offence most detestable. If I have uttered my mind to your majesty, being a Christian queen and governor of...
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