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The Writings of Martin Bucer, Pierre Alexandre and others(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
M. Buceri, Petri Alexandri et aliorum scripta
Codicology:Paper, 315 x 215 mm(Content authored by Corpus Christi College) (12 x 8.5 in.), pp. 595, Cent. xvi, many hands.
Additions:Flyleaf from the same service-book as in MS 102, pasted over. (ff. iiir-iiiv)(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Foliation: ff. i-iv + pp. 1-36 + 36a-37a + 37-40 + 40a-41a + 41-96 + 96a-97a + 97-274 (275-276 missing) + 277-596 + ff. v-vi(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Language: Latin and English.(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Contents
1.
1-144
Martin Bucer, Commentary on the gospel of St Matthew(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Annotationes Martini Buceri in octo priora capita evangelii secundum Matthaeum (Content authored by Nasmith)
Partly autograph: has some titles etc. written by Cranmer.
A comment by Bucer on the Gospels was printed by Stephanus in 1530, 1536 etc.: but it differs from this
2.
145-196
John Cheke, English translation of St Matthew's gospel (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Translation of the gospell of St. Matthew and part of the first chapter of St. Mark into English by sir John Cheek with marginal notes (Content authored by Nasmith)
Printed by Goodwin 1843
3.
197-238
Pierre Alexandre, Commentary on the gospel of St Mark(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Annotationes Petri Alexandri in quinque priora capita evangelii secundum Marcum una cum versione Latina (Content authored by Nasmith)
Title by Cranmer (?)
4.
239-240
Matthew Parker, Notes on the governance of the churches in France and Belgium(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Breves notae de regulis ecclesiae Gallicanae, et Belgicae prescribendis a Matthaeo Parkero (Content authored by Nasmith)
Printed Strype, Parker, Appendix 8
5.
241-272
Thomas Cranmer, Annotations to 'institutions of a Christian man'(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Annotations upon the kings book [by archbishop Cranmer] (Content authored by Nasmith)
By the king's book is meant, the Erudition of a Christian man published by Henry VIII(Content authored by Nasmith)
Parker Society, Cranmer II 83. Strype, Cranmer I 137
6.
273-298
Edmund Gheast, A sermon on Mark 1. 15, 'Repent and believe the gospel'(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
A sermon on Mark 1. 15, 'Repent and believe the gospel' by Gheast bishop of Rochester, preached [probably at court] 1560 (Content authored by Nasmith)
Printed in H. G. Dugdale's Life of Bishop Gheast 1840, Appendix VII
7.
299-309
Thomas Cranmer, Of the consolation of christian men against the fear of death taken from the fathers(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Of the consolation of christian men against the fear of death taken from the fathers, by archbishop Cranmer (Content authored by Nasmith)
Autograph. See Strype, Cranmer, Appendix XXXII
8.
310-313
Thomas Cranmer, An exhortation to take sickness well and adversity patiently, drawn out of Ciprian(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
An exhortation to take sickness well and adversity patiently, drawn out of Ciprian, by the same (Content authored by Nasmith)
Autograph. See Strype, Cranmer, Appendix XXXII
9.
314-318
Thomas Cranmer, An exhortation to take the paynes of sickness patiently, translated out of Augustin liber I, 'de visitatione infirmorum'(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
An exhortation to take the paynes of sickness patiently, translated out of Augustin liber I, 'de visitatione infirmorum' by the same (Content authored by Nasmith)
Autograph. See Strype, Cranmer, Appendix XXXII
10.
319-338
Nicholas Robinson, A sermon on the character of Cain(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
A sermon of M. Robinson on the character of Cain (Content authored by Nasmith)
Nicholas Robinson Bishop of Bangor: extract in Strype, Parker I 465
11.
339-360
Hugh Latimer, Homily delivered before King Edward V on the qualities to be displayed by a king(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Homelia quaedam Hugonis Latymeri habita coram rege Edwardo, in qua qualis rex esse debeat ostenditur, Latine versa per Magistrum Banks (Content authored by Nasmith)
This is the first of Latimer's sermons before the king. Parker Society, Sermons of Latimer, p. 85
12.
361-380
Urbanus Rhegius, Whether a heretical magistrate is to be obeyed translated by Jacobus Gislenus Thalassius(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Num in hereticos jure magistratuum gravius animadvertere liceat, decisio Urbani Rhegii, interprete Jacobo Gisleno Thalassio, 1539 (Content authored by Nasmith)
Articles(Content authored by Corpus Christi College) 12-15 are in one hand: a curious upright script. It recurs in MS 109, article 12
Urbanus Regius' works were printed in 1562 at Nuremberg
363
Incipit:
Quom ex sententia pauli manifestum sit
13.
381-528
Urbanus Rhegius (attrib.), De conciliis et ecclesiis(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Ejusdem autoris de conciliis et ecclesiis tractatus (Content authored by Nasmith)
Articles(Content authored by Corpus Christi College) 12-15 are in one hand: a curious upright script. It recurs in MS 109, article 12
Urbanus Regius' works were printed in 1562 at Nuremberg
381
Incipit:
Non sine cachinno vidi saepius adolescens cani famelico panem ostentari sed eius loco verbera fuisse exhibita
Marginalia by Cranmer
Ends p. 518
pp. 519-528 blank(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
14.
529-564
History of the Hussites (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Historia Hussica liber iii, incerto autore (Content authored by Nasmith)
Doctrinae reformatae se maxime infensum ostendit, et Hussum juste fuisse crematum asserit: Stylum et mentem hujus autoris satis cognoscet lector ex sequenti sententia quam ex sermone episcopi Laudensis cum laude citat. “Hi duo Huss et Hieronimus patriae pestes fuerunt... quorum matres si unquam peccaverunt, certe nullum flagitium gravius committere potuerunt quam quod ubera talibus labiis sugenda prebuere.” Non recte adscribitur haec historia Urbano Rhegio a Cl. Stanley(Content authored by Nasmith)
Articles(Content authored by Corpus Christi College) 12-15 are in one hand: a curious upright script. It recurs in MS 109, article 12
529
Incipit:
Paulo ante tempora Ioannis husz regnauit in bohemia carolus quartus
564
Explicit:
nec ipsi bohemi de hussii sanctitate multum gloriantur, quandoquidem rem ipsam iuxta mecum intelligunt
15.
565-596
Sermon of consolation to the Germans (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Sermo consolationis ad Germanos (Content authored by Nasmith)
Articles(Content authored by Corpus Christi College) 12-15 are in one hand: a curious upright script. It recurs in MS 109, article 12
565
Incipit:
Vulgo iactatum est prouerbium. difficulter nolenti subuenitur. Audiuimus germani multis iam annis dulce illud et saluberrimum verbum dei
Much against the Electors of Mainz and Brandenburg
Ends p. 592
On p. 595 is written in the same hand
595
“forma orandi deum aduersus turcam. M : Lut :” (Lutheri)
and below
595
“la : g : tha : inter : 1542” (i.e. Jacobo Gisleno Thalassio interprete)