Memoirs Of The Life And Martyrdom Of John Bradford; With His Examinations, Letters, &c. Arranged In Chronological Order. Together With A Translation O by John BradfordMemoirs Of The Life And Martyrdom Of John Bradford; With His Examinations, Letters, &c. Arranged In Chronological Order. Together With A Translation O by John Bradford

Memoirs Of The Life And Martyrdom Of John Bradford; With His Examinations, Letters, &c. Arranged In…

byJohn Bradford

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1832. Excerpt: ... IN OBITU BRADFORDI. Plangite Bradfordum, lacbrymis nec parcite vestris, Quo magis in toto vixerat orbe pius: Namque sacri verus cognoscitur ille minister Verbi, religio vera quousque fuil.f Dogmata quae docuit vivondo praestitit ipso, Vitaque cum verbo iuncta fuere simul. Permansit constans mortem constanter ad usque, Nec potuit mundi gaza movere virum. Non valet a recto Bradfordum, quem tulit, ignis Flectere, sed verum quaesiit usque Deum. Captum sollicitant rectum contemnere iniqui, + Viro quas habet orbis opes. Noluit ille tamen vemm contemnere numen, Sperans foelicem post sua fata diem. Horrida pro Christo patiens tormenta ferebat, Ejus despiciens quicquid amore grave est. Ingemit beu populus, Smithfelda jam moriendum Fama ceZerg vati, cum tulit, esse suo. Quod verum est docuit, gessit se fronte benigna, Qua cunctos placidus torsit amore pios. Nullus eum justus, cupiunt extinguere soli, Qui leges torquent ad sua vota, mali. O male crudeles! quis, dicite, viderit unquam, Tot, flammae pcenas morte dedisse, pios? Die mihi quis ferret vestrum papista t vrannus Flammam, sed potius Protheus usque foret? MS. Harl. Mus. Brit. No. 416. Fol. 38. t Dummodo vera fuit. Promittuntquc. The words here erased are not intelligible. % Velox. Dicendi veniam suprema morte negastis, Ast vulgus signis credidit omne datis. Voce viam, tendons pius ad sua fata, replevit, Hoc rogat, ut populi possit habere preces. Cum loca contigerit vitam linqueret ille, Sponte tenons flammam, lux mea dixit, ave. Cumsene Bradfordo, rectum quod upernere nollet,f Est quidam, indomito qui fuit igne comes. Sed populi gemitus imo de pectore ducunt, Cum mala tam justos tanta tulisse vident. Queis. + luenis cognomine Lefus. This refers to a pious apprentice of the name of John Leafe, who was burn...
Title:Memoirs Of The Life And Martyrdom Of John Bradford; With His Examinations, Letters, &c. Arranged In…Format:PaperbackDimensions:196 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.42 inPublished:February 3, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217732747

ISBN - 13:9780217732741

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