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"Relics, honour of, 365 et seq., 377 et Saint-German, Christopher, lawyer,

49, and note; attitude to Church,
Religious, at universities, 39 et seq. ;. 48, 101 ; cited on mortuaries, 49,

Siate interference, 56; abuses 123; on lands in mortmain and
among, 96, note ; reputed quarrels benefices, 49-50; on sanctuary and
between, 103-104; evils in consti benefit, 50; on churchyards, 54;
tutions, 114: testimony to moral on clerical duties, 55 ; on need for
character, 121, note; Mr. Brewer State interference, ibid. ; on Pur-
cited on, 129-130; Erasmus on, gatory, ibid. ; on State regulation
178

of religious life, 56 ; and of matri.
Religious teaching, alleged neglect mony, ibid.; on miracles, 57; on

of, 245; Reformation not directly other debatable questions, ibid. ;
connected with, 246; extent and on tithes, 58, 125; on power of
character, 247 et seq. ; nature and clergy, 59 ; on king's headship,
effect, 254 et seq. ; books used by ibid."; on clerical immunity, 63 ;
clergy in, 271 et seq. ; religious on holidays, 64; his Salem and
plays, 278 et seg.

Bizance, 64, 102, 105; un posi-
Renaissance, definition of, 13; in tion of clergy as individuals, 65;

England, ibid. ; earlier than gene controversy with More, 102 et seq.;
rally supposed, 14

attacks on clergy, 105 et seq.;
Restitution, argued, 110; a case in alleged mercenary spirit among
volving, 124

clergy, 109 ; on election of abbots,
Reuchlin, 159-160, 163, 164, 165

114 ; on constitutions of religious
Reverence of images, 254 et seq.

orders, ibid. ; on causes of dislike
Ridley, Lancelot, commentaries on of clergy by laity, 122 ; on indul.

Scriptures, 92, 99, and note, 241 ; gences, 382, 386
on devotion to saints, 371-372 ; on Salem and Bizance, Saint-German's

pilgrimages and images, 372-373 Dyalogue of, 64, 102, 105, and
Roberts, Juhn, his Musire of scis note, 108, 127

matyke bysshops of Rome, go, and Sanctuary, difficulty of the subject,
note

50 ; a danger to the State, 51;
Rogers, Mr. Thorold, cited, 313 et case of John Savage, 51 et seq. ;
seq., 317-318, 320, 355

Papal Bull granted to Henry VII.,
Rone, classical revival in, 170-182 ; 51, note; the subject examined by

sack of, 203 ; pilgrimages to, 366 Star Chamber, 53
Roper, John, 90, note

Savage, John, his plea of sanctuary,
Roper, Mary and Margaret, 35, note, 51
38, note

Scaliger, cited, 147
Roy, Friar, 190, 196

Scholars, poor, bequests to, 349
Rule of life, daily, 252-253

Screens, excellence of pre-Reforma-
Rules of religious orders, suggested tion work, 10
examination of, 114

Scripture, Holy, key of position of

English reformers, 204 ; transla-
SACRAMENT of the Altar, Dr. Rich tions of, 206, 208 et seq. ; study of,

ard Smythe on, 192, 240, note; advocated by Church, 215, 218,
Hytton on, 200

243, note
Sacraments, English Reformers on, See of Rome, supremacy of, 71 et
199, 204 ; attack on, 239

seg.
Sadolet, Cardinal, 95, 97, note, 385 Selby, chantries at, 362
Saints, reverence of images of, 254 Sermo Exhortatorius, 132

et seq. ; amount of honour due to, Sermons, Church, more important
267-269, 270-271; devotion to, 372, | than the Mass, 249, 250-251
and note, 379 et seq.

Sharpe, Dr., 316

95

Selling, Prior William, birth and Stokesley, William, 31, 33

education, 22; real name, 22, and Stubbs, Bishop, 311, 313
note ; studies at foreign universities, Students, distress of, at university, 43
23; takes his degree in theology, Sturmius, John, 93, 95, and note, 97,
23 ; industrious book collector, 23; note
good work at Christchurch, 24; Suffolk, chantries in, 358-359
returns to Rome, 24, and note ; Sunday, legal status of, 64
establishes Greek at Christchurch, Superstition in devotion, 258, 261,
24; as Prior, 25, and note ; member 266; condemned, 276
of an embassy to the Pope, 28, and | Supplication of Beggars, the, 189, 196
note, 51, note; continued interest Surtees Society, publications, 280,
in literary revival, 29; Greek trans 343
lation, ibid. ; fate of his library,
ibid. ; influence, 30

TAILORS, Guild of, 326
Shrines, pilgrimages to, 366 et seq. Taverns, frequented by clergy, 133
Simony, clergy charged with, 129 Teaching, religious. “See Religious
Slander and libel, jurisdiction per teaching
taining to, 59

Temporalities, right of State interfer-
Smith, Mr. Toulmin, on guilds, 320, ence in, 49 et seq.; difference be-
322, 335

tween, and spiritual jurisdiction,
Smythe or Smith, Dr. Richard, 192, 65; clearly defined in Spain, 68
240, and note

Temporal power, derived from spiri-
Social conditions before Reformation, tual, 63 ; of the Pope, 86-89, 92-93,

309 et seq.; case of the poor, 311
Soul's Garden, the, 189, note

Testamenta Eboracensia, 343
Sovereignty of the Pope, 86-89, 92. | Theologians, Erasmus' satire on, 177
93, 95

Tithes, the lay and ecclesiastical cases,
Spiritual power, temporal derived 57-58; Saint-German quoted on,
from, 64

125
Spongia, the, of Erasmus, 165 et seq. | Torkington, Sir Richard, rector of
Siandish, Dr. Henry, on immunity of Mulbarton, 367

clergy, 61 ; charged before convo Towneley Mysteries, the, 280

cation, 61; on lesser orders, 61 Tradition, and English Reformers,
Standish, John, archdeacon, 206, 204
219, 220, note, 238, 239

Translations of Holy Scripture, 208
St. Giorgio, Venice, abbot of, 93 et seq.
St. John of Jerusalem, priory of, 51 Trentals, 109, 110, 122, note, 324,
St. John the Baptist, head of, 378 327
St. Paul's Cross, preaching at, 60, 81; Trevelyan, George Macaulay, cited,

testaments burnt at, 216, 226, and 211, note
note

Trinity, Holy, feast of at Compostella,
St. Peter, Catholic succession from, 366
80, note ; vicarship, 88-89

“Trojans” opponents of Greek study,
Star-chamber, 53
State, jurisdiction of, 47 ; right of Tunstall, Bishop, 27, note, 31, and

interference in temporalities, 48, note, 97, 149, 155, note, 164, 175,
55-58, 65; legislates concerning 189, and note, 219, 225, 226
mortuaries, 49, 124 ; limits to State Tyll. See Selling
interference, 49; power claimed Tyndale, More's confutation of, 77-
for, 50, 55-58; punishment by, 79, 104, 105, 120 ; charges clergy
for spiritual offences, 59; protect with immorality, 123; use of word
ing power of, 67; destruction of congregation ” for “ church," 153,
guilds by, 334-335

note; attribution of Encomium

33

• Tyndale-

WARHAM, Archbishop, 33, and not.
Moriæ to More, 179, note; books 62, 100, 141, 142, 143, 149, 191,
prohibited, 189; English Testa-

228
ment, 195; and other books, 195 Waylande, John, printer, 205
198; advocates liberty, 201 ; in Welsh, vernacular devotional books
fluence, 204 ; English Testament for, 273, note
condemned, 208, 214, 221, 234 et Wesselius, 189
seq., 243-244; demand for his Westacre, Augustinian priory of, 40
works, 220 ; birth and early life, Westminster, the abbot of, 53-54 ;
222 ; joins Luther, 222; Luther's pardon purchased for, 110; doles
share in his Testament, 222 et seq. ; at, 117
his revised Testament, 229; More's i Wey, William, itineraries of, 366
examination of his Testament, 229. Whitford, Richard, 74, 205-206, 249,
237 ; or indulgences, 384

268, 274

Wills, ecclesiastical administration of,
UNITY of pre-Reformation belief, 285

59; pre-Reformation, 341 et seq. ;
Universities, effect of Reformation on,

bequests for pilgrimages, 366

Winchcombe, abbot of, 60
8, 38 et seq. ; monastic students at,

Winchester, wall paintings of Lady
39 et seq. ; poverty of students at,

Chapel at, 10 ; fair at, 333
after Relormation, 42
Urban III., Pope, sanctuary grant of,

Wolffgang, printer, 272

Wolsey, Cardinal, attitude to revival
52

of learning, 33; hears the Savage
Urbanus Regius, cited, 17, 18, note
Urswick, Christopher, 29, note

sanctuary case, 53 ; upholds rights
of Crown, 62 ; opposes temporal

punishments of clergy, ibid. ; pre-
VALLA, Laurence, 85

sent at burning of books, 226, note
Veneration of relics, 365, 377, et seq.; Worcester, Tiptoft, Earl of, 21, and
of saints, 379-380

nate
Venetian, a, cited on attitude of eccle Worcester, William, antiquary, 24,

siastics to learning, 35 ; on religious
condition of the English, 285; on Work, definite lack of, among clergy,

beauty of English churches, 292 121, note
Venice, Aldine press at, 141

Worké entytled of the olde God and
Venn, J., historian of Gonville Col the new, 91, and note
lege, quoted, 39-41

Wycliffe, share in Reformation, 185
Vicarages, appropriations of, can et seq. ; books prohibited, 189;
celled, 50

origin of Wycliffite Scriptures, 209,
Vives, Ludovico, scholar, 33, note, 218
34, 38, note

Wyer, Robert, printer, 251
Von Hutten, Ulrich, tract on Con-

stantine's donation to the Pope, YORKshire, chantries in, 362
86 ; attacks on Erasmus, 164
et seu.

ZWINGLE, books of, prohibited, 189

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AUTHOR.

HENRY III. AND THE CHURCH. HENRY VIII. AND THE ENGLISH

MONASTERIES. EDWARD VI. AND THE BOOK OF

COMMON PRAYER. THE GREAT PESTILENCE (A.D. 1348-9),

NOW COMMONLY KNOWN AS

THE BLACK DEATH. THE LAST ABBOT OF GLASTON.

BURY. THE OLD ENGLISH BIBLE, AND OTHER ESSAYS.

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