3 edition of A supplicacion vnto the most gracyous prynce H. the viij found in the catalog.
A supplicacion vnto the most gracyous prynce H. the viij
1534 by In Fletestrete by John Byddell, at the signe of our lady of Pitie, nexte to flete brydge in [Imprinted at London .
Written in English
|Other titles||Supplicatyon made by Robert Barnes doctoure in divinitie unto the most excellent and redoubted prince kinge henrye the eyght., Supplication unto the most gracyous prynce H. the viii.|
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 24:7.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||144|
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Get this from a library. A supplicacion vnto the most gracyous prynce H. the viij. [Robert Barnes]. 43 Barnes, Robert, A supplicacion vnto the most gracyous prynce H. the viij ([London: John Byddell], ) RSTC38, 44–46 (mitres); The Letters of Stephen Gardiner, ed.
James Arthur Muller (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ), no. 81 at –: Susan Wabuda. A Supplication Vnto the Most Gracyous Prince Kynge Henry The.
VIIJ., the first edition of which appeared in during Barnes's German exile, was a controversial lament for the religious climate in England and an earnest argument in favour of reform." A supplicacion vnto the most gracyous prynce H.
the viij by Robert Barnes. This book charts the emergence of women's writing from the procedures of heresy trials and recovers a tradition of women's trial narratives from the late Middle Ages to the seventeenth century.
A supplicacion vnto the most gracyous prynce H. the viij. London, Barrow A treatyse made by Johan Lambert vnto kynge Henry Cited by: 3.
Cardinal Thomas Wolsey has seldom been associated with the University of Cambridge. But in a little-known episode, he was invited to follow John Fisher as chancellor of the University of Cambridge.
It is also a section which was extensively rewritten by Foxe between the and editions, although after only one, very minor change was made to the text. The account of Barnes in the edition drew principally on three sources.
First was Barnes' autobiographical account in his A supplicacion vnto the most gracyous prynce H. the. A supplicacion vnto the most gracyous prynce H.
the viij, [Imprinted at London: In Fletestrete by John Byddell, at the signe of our lady of Pitie, nexte to flete brydge, The yere of our lorde God.
in the moneth of Nouember]. British Library. Foxe, John. Page 84 Early Date. C81//36 Signet of Henry V (exemplar). By the Kyng Trusty and welbeloued. ffor asmuche as in cer tain matiers þat gretely touchen and concernen þe good /. In the Commentarii (fos. 81vr), there is a brief account of William Taylor, stating that he was an M.A.
of Oxford and a follower of Wiclif, and that he recanted his beliefs, but returned to them and was burned as a relapsed heretic in Smithfield.
This account was taken word-for-word from a note by Bale in the Fasciculus Zizanniorum (Bodley Library MS e Mus fo. 97r-v). Full text of "Typographical antiquities; or the history of printing in England, Scotland and Ireland: containing memoirs of our ancient printers, and a register of the books printed by by the late Joseph Ames, F.
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Political, religious, and love poems. Some by Lydgate, Sir Richard Ros, Henry Baradoun, Wm. Huchen, etc. from the Archbishop of Canterbury's Lambeth Ms.and other sources, with a fragment of The Romance of Peare of Provence and the fair Magnelone, and a sketch, with the prolog and epilog, of The Romance of the knight Amoryus and the Lady Cleopes.
Douglas H. Parker (ed.), A Critical Edition of Robert Barness A Supplication Vnto the Most Gracyous Prince Kynge Henry the. VIIJ.
(Toronto, ), ; Maas, The Reformation and Robert Barnes.