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  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Book 6, page 1168 (1563)

    examinacion of the blessed byshop master FarrarThe which daye and place the sayd Byshoppe and true seruaunt of God Maister Ferrar, personally there appearing, was demaunded of Henry the pretensed Byshop of Sainte Dauies, whether he would renounce and recant

    Actes and Monumentes of the church.

    also after that done, denounced against hym the sentence of degradation, fyrste, putting vpō him al their priestly vestures (whichMaister Ferrar at the same tyme, openlye and publyckly called in englyshe ragges, and relickes of Rome, as the register recordeth)

    Book 6, page 1071 (1563)

    Fourthly, we beleue and confesse concernyng iustification, that as it commeth onelye from Goddes mercye throughe Christ, so it is perceiued and had of none which be of yeres of discretion, otherwyse thē by faith onely, which fayth is

    Actes and Monumentes of the church

    bishop as of his aduersaries, and what his aduersaries were, the full declaration hereof here foloweth.The principall aduersaries, against Maister Ferrar Bishop of Saint Dauids in the time of King Edward were:1. Firste, George constantine to whome the sayd bishop

    Queene Mary. A declaration set forth by the Preachers in prison, concerning disputation.

    Queene Mary. A declaration set forth by the Preachers in prison, concerning disputation. 1554. May.of God, and by the testimonie of the good and most auncient fathers in Christes Church, this our fayth and euery peece therof, which hereafter

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 4, Chapter 1 Borough of Southwark.

    William Grevil, Esq; Dame Katharine , Wife to John Stoke , Alderman. Robert Merfin, Esq; William Undal, Esq; Lord Ospay Ferrar . Sir George Brewes, Knight. John Browne . Lady Brandon , Wife to Sir Thomas Brandon . William, Lord

    Book 5, Chapter 4 [Charities.] The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT.

    the Value of Ten Thousand Pound , and very largely towards the Buying in Impropriations Mr. John Banks Mr. William Ferrar Alderman Pool Mr. Ralph Stint Mr. Giles Martin Mr. Robert Gibson Mr. John Ducket Alderman Perry Mr. Samuel Goldsmith

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ac yn dwvyn o ddeg i ddeuddeng mil o bwyui o rawnsypiau yn flynyddoL Cyhoeddir " Bywyd Crint " gan Ferrar yn. Mai. Y mae Mr. Fitzgerald yn bwriadu dwyn allan ar. graffiad newydd, yn dair cyfrol, o hanes bywyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i'w weled yw y lie a enwir g Nott Square, yn Market Street. Dyma y lie y cafodd o yr Ferrar, Esgob Tyddewi, ei losgi fdl Merthyr aW y 30ain I ar a Fawrth, 1655, yn amser Maril Waedlyd. Yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    f G engiiieers. havejijba non dt~~~~~~~~hPY jU-'; bee~n r I, tipon,; one ft R~ittr E -an tile o ther at Ferrar, ,'5 TDoager XIrg-aaJrne of Anspach (Lady C.aead" :< e Marli'ed hereD and has ptlrclsed the V ila Ridolfi. " Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NI undav, at his hou iri .nil-mai, re Plight 11on.3I'sn. Wllalr;143t, aif Fejlritl, Norfolk c the rottezi Barourtgh i toillalrn Ferrar I ,-i F,:I " ever- ia-,e-latm.ented" statesman Mr. Pitt iil ;;li ll, inr-anres, znd a fast friend la the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    years'of age, and the accuser is well known at most of the -9am- ing-houses is a flat-catcher. On Thursday night, Ferrar, and a coleplow named Quin, had the luck to fall in with a country squire, and they toie hur Subscribers-only content

 

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