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Public disputation held in Cambridge between Martin Bucer and masters Young,
Sedgewick and Perne
Disputatio publica habita Cantabrigiae inter M. Bucerum respondentem et magistros Yungum
Sedgwicum et Pernum opponentes de
his propositis, Canonici libri decent soli abunde renatos, quae sint saluti
Nulla est in terris ecclesia, quae non erret tam in fide quam in moribus.
Ita gratis justificamur a Deo, ut ante justificationem re vera peccatum sit, iramque
Dei in nos provocet, quicquid boni operis facere videamur: justificati autem bona
opera facimus necessario.
Huic disputationi praefixa est,
“Epistola Buceri ad
Lectorem, data 3 Id. Augusti 1550”
At top is noted
Manus Johannis bradford
For these documents cf. Buceri
Scripta Anglicana Conr. Hubert. Basel, 1577 p. 797 sqq.
Cantabrigienses I 427
Letter of the vice-chancellor, doctors and fellows to the visitors of Cambridge University petitioning for permission for a
disputation to be held between Martin Bucer and John Young on the doctrine of justification
Epistola vice-cancellarii doctorum et reliquorum collegiorum praepositorum [ad
visitatores academiae] in qua petunt concilium utrum expediret permittere disputationem
inter Bucerum et Yungum de
Response of John Young in the disputation between him and
Disputatio inter eos habita respondente Magistro Yungo,
cujus thesis erat, Hominem nondum justificatum, nondum fide justificante donatum,
posse facere opera bona acceptaque Deo, quae peccata non sunt, esseque in quodam
medio statu inter omnino impios et plane probos
Christopher Carlile, A treatise concerning
the immediate going to heaven of the souls of the faithful fathers before Christ, and
that Christ did not descend into hell
A treatise concerning the immediate going to heaven of the souls of the faithful
fathers before Christ, and that Christ did not descend into hell, written by Christopher Carlile
“Hic tractatus editus per ... Carlil, olim per eum in
comitiis Cantabrigiae defensus sed reprobatus.”
“Memorandum, this booke exhibited and delivered the xx daye of August
1563 to the most reverend father in God, the lorde Matthu archbishopp of Cant. by me the within written Thomas Tailor, whiche was delyvered unto me the said Thomas by Mr. Carlel of Horton in the
countie of Kente. The doctrine whereof I neither allowe
nor approve, nor intende by Gods grace to teache or publishe the same either
privatly or openlye. To the testification whereof I have subscribed my name with my
own hand the daye and yere first above written. By me Thomas Tayler”
Printed London 1582. Cooper, Athenae Cantabrigienses
Disputation between Dr Stokes of Lynn and Mr. Saunderson, preacher of Lynn
Conference had the 28th of June between doctor
Stokes of Lenne and Mr.
Saunderson Master of Arts and preacher of Lenne uppon occasion offerid in the
pulpit by Mr. Saunderson the 24th of June in the presence of John Bacster and Richard Mason,
Scole-masters of Lenne [upon the sacrament,]
See Cooper, Athenae
Cantabrigienses II 79. Not printed
p. 249 has passages from the Fathers on the Eucharist
Minutes of a debate held on 23 November 1551 in the chamber of Lord Cecil the king's secretary, on the sacraments
Summa collocutionis habitae 25 Novembris 1551 in aedibus D. Cicelli secretarii regii de re sacramentaria
Presentes, D. Russel, D.
Hayles, D. Wroth, D. Ant.
Coke, Mr. Trogmartin, Mr.
Knolles, Mr. Harrington Colloquutores, D. Cicellus, D. Checus, Mr. Horne decanus Dunelmensis, Mr.
Whitehead et Mr. Gryndall, Mr.
Fecknam et Mr. Yonge
John Cheke, De ueritate corporis et sanguinis
Domini in eucharistia ex patribus
De veritate corporis et sanguinis Domini in eucharistia ex patribus, a domino Ioanne Cheke
“Haec est sanctorum patrum Hilarii, Chrisostomi, Augustini, Cyrilli de veritate corporis et sanguinis Domini in eucharistia
sententia, in qua me quoque esse profiteor, non modo quia propter authoritatem
doctrinae et vitae sanctitatem digni sunt quos sequamur, sed quia catholicae Christi
ecclesiae eadem sit sententia: itaque in hac causa et in reliquis omnibus idem me
profiteor dicere et sentire quod sancta Christi et catholica tenet ecclesia”
Thomas Cranmer, An answer to the articles of
the Devonshire men
An answer to the articles of the Devonshire men, by archbishop
These articles were published by the Devonshire men in their insurrection
1549: to which event the preceding dialogue also relates, in which the
king is introduced expostulating with his subjects, and upbraiding them with their
ingratitude for the many blessings they enjoyed under his reign