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

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    Book 3, page 149 (1563)

    the vniuersitie, he shuld put to silence, all such as he founde to be the fauourers of Wickleffe, Harforde, Repyngton, Ashton, and Bedman. And that he shoulde also publishe in the head churche of the vniuersitie, all Wickleffes conclusions to

    Actes and Monumentes Of the Church

    & turne not vnto the lord. Turne vnto the lord yet once more, I hartely besech the, thou Māchester, thou Ashton vnder line, thou Boltō, Bury, Wigine, Lierpole, Mottrine, Stepport, Winsley, Eccles, Prestwiche, Middletō, Radclief, & thou citie of Westchester,

    Actes and Monumentes of Marters.

    A notise of Ihon Aston.THer was at the same time of the like sort and number and cause, one Ihon Ashton mayster of art excellently wel learned. He albeit in his first confession dyd not deny, but that the breade,

    Queene Mary. Ghostly Letters of M. Iohn Bradford. To VValden.

    amend not, and turne vnto the Lord.Turne vnto the Lord yet once more, I hartely besech thee thou Māchester, thou Ashton vnderline, thou Boltō, Bury, Wigine, Lierpole, Mottrine, Stepport, Winsley, Eccles, Prestwich, Middleton, Radcliefe, and thou Citie of Westchester, where

    Queene Mary. Letters of M. Iohn Bradford holy Martyr.

    amend not, and turne vnto the Lord.Turne vnto the Lord yet once more, I hartely besech thee thou Manchester, thou Ashton vnderline, thou Bolton, Bury, Wigine, Lierpoole, Mottrine, Stepport, Winsley, Eccles, Priestwich, Middleton, Radcliefe, and thou City of Westchester, where

    K. Richard. 2. The history of John Wickliffe Actes and Mon. of the church.

    or that any admit to preach, heare, or harken vnto Ihon Wickleffe, Nicholas Hereford, Philip Reppindon chanon reguler, or Ihon Ashton or Laurence Readman, which he vehemētly and notoriously suspected of heresie, or els any other whatsoeuer, so suspected or

    K. Richard. 2. John Wickleffe Repington. Asheton. Herford.

    bolde to receaue into theyr houses and Innes M. Iohn Wickleffe, M. Nicholas Herford, M. Phillip Reppingdon, or M. Iohn Ashton, or any other noted by probable suspicion of any of the foresayd heresies or errours, or any other lyke

    Q. Mary. Ghostly letters of M. Iohn Bradford, holy Martyr.

    amende not, and turne vnto the lorde.Turne vnto the Lorde yet once more, I hartely beseche thee thou Manchester, thou Ashton vnderline, thou Bolton, Burie, Wigine, Lierpoole, Mottrine, Stepport, Winsley, Eccles, Prestwiche, Middleton, Radcliefe, & thou Citee of Westchester, where

    Book 6, page 463 (1576)

    thys sayd Iohn Ashton, in London:The Londiners opē the dore where the Archb. sate agaynst I. Asheton. the Londiners brake open the dore of the conclaue, ipsumq̀; Archiepiscopum in ciuitate sedentem impediuerō, cum processum fecisset contra Ioannem Ashton, &c. That

    K. Richard. 2. I. Wickliffe. Phillip Repington. I. Aishton. N. Herford.

    this sayd Iohn Ashton, in London: the Londiners brake open the dore of the conclaue, The Londiners open the dore where the Archb. sate against Ioh. Aishton.ipsumq; Archiepiscopum in ciuitate sedentem impediuerunt, cum processum fecissit contra Iohannē Ashton. &c. That

    K. Richard. 2. John Wickleffe Repington. Asheton. Herford.

    hys generall letter was released and admitted to his scholastical actes in the vniuersitie. Iohn Ashton reconciled by the Archb.And so was also Ihon Ashton, of whō (Christ willing) more shall folow hereafter. Of Nicholas Herford all this while, I

    Q. Mary. The trouble and examinations of George Marsh, Martyr.

    wordes. My communication with them was about the Sacrament. There came also into the prison to me Maister Westby, Maister Ashton of Hyll, M. Ashtō of Chatertō, & many moe both gentlemen and others to my great comfort. Vnto whom

    Queene Mary. The examination, persecution, and imprisonment of G. Marshe martyr.

    communication with them was about the Sacrament. There came also into þe prison to me mayster Westby, Mayster Ashton of Hyll, M. Ashton of Chatertō, & many moe both gentlemen and others to my great comfort. Vnto whom I had

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