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impeaching of their free suffrages in their election of fellows,

by letters procured from the queen.

P. 629.

[Number XVIII.] Articuli propositi pro parte et nomine illus-

trissimi ducis Andegavensis, fratris unici regis Gallorum, se-

renissimæ reginæ Angliæ; de et super matrimonio inter ipsius

majestatem, et præfati ducis celsitudinem, 16 Junii, 1579.

P. 631.

Responsum ex parte serenissimæ reginæ exhibitum, 17 Junii,
1579.

ibid.

Number XIX. The prayer of Mr. John Fox, after his Good-

Friday sermon, preached at St. Paul's Cross, about the year

1578.

P. 636.

[Number XIX.] Sir Philip Sidney's letter to queen Elizabeth,

concerning her marriage. Printed entire from Cabala, p. 363.

P. 641.

Number XX. A letter to the queen from some person of quality;

upon the subject of her marriage, and the succession moved

to her by her parliament.

P. 652.

Number XXI. Cox, bishop of Ely, to the lord treasurer: upon

the queen's leave to resign bis bishopric.

P. 659.

[Number XXI.) A list of papists imprisoned, anno 1579, in

divers places in the realm. Their names, qualities, and ages.

P. 660.

Number XXII. Prowde, parson of Burton upon Dunmore, to

the lord treasurer: exciting him to speak freely to the queen

in behalf of religion, (as professed by some,) discounte-

nanced.

P. 662.

Number XXIII. Mr. Hugh Broughton, of Christ's college,

Cambridge, to the high chancellor of that university; com-

plaining of his being wrongfully deprived of his fellowship,

being that founded by king Edward VI. Desiring justice

against Dr. Hawford, the master.

P. 665.

Number XXIV. The fellows of Christ's college, Cambridge, to

the chancellor of that university: in behalf of Mr. Hugh

Broughton, against the master of the college ; who had de-

clared bis fellowship void.

P. 667.

Number XXV. The lord treasurer to the earl of Sussex. News

at court, concerning the French ambassador, and the prince

of Condé from the king of Navar: both together in private

conference with the queen.

P. 668.

Number XXVI. Thomas Randolph, esq.; late the queen's am-

bassador to Scotland, to the lord chancellor : concerning the

Scots king; Daubigny; and Scottish matters. P. 671.

Number XXVII. The bishop of Ely to the lord treasurer : in-

forming him of intelligence he had received of 12000 Italians

to be sent by the pope and Spaniard against the realm. P. 672.

Number XXVIII. Rodolphus Gualter, minister of Zurich, to

Grindal, archbishop of Canterbury: informing bim of many

copies of the excommunication of pope Pius V. against the

queen, printed at Rome; to be dispersed : and of the pope's

and Spaniard's preparation for invading England. P. 673.

[Number XXVIII.] The content of a letter written by one So-

lomon Aldred, (sometime a bosier in Bircbin-lane, London,)

from Lions or Rhemes, to Robert Downes, esq. prisoner in

the gaol of Norwich.

P. 674.

An account of the abovesaid letter, given by Roger Martin, esq.

and the occasion of his hearing it read, and of the burning

of it.

P. 676.

Number XXIX. A trewe note of certen artycles, confessed and

allowed by Mr. D. Feckenam, as well in Christmas holiedays

last past, as also at divers other tymes before that; by con-

ference in lerning before the reverend father in God, the bi-

shoppe of Elye, and before D. Perne, dean of Elye, master

Nicolas, master Stanton, master Crowe, Mr. Bowler, chap-

leines to my lord of Elye : and divers others, whose names

be here subscribed.

P. 678.

[Number XXIX.) Radulphus Gualter to Grindal, archbishop of

Canterbury; concerning a purpose in the synod at Frankford,

of framing a general confession of all the protestant churches;

and an barmony of confessions.

P. 679.

Number XXX. The apology of Mr. Robert Horn, (afterward

bishop of Winchester,) giving the reasons of his flight abroad

in the beginning of the reign of queen Mary. Set before his

translation of two sermons of Mr. Calvin. ,

P. 681.

Number XXXI. The answer of Ælmer, bishop of London, to

divers objections made to him, for felling and sale of the woods

belonging to the see.

P. 693.

Number XXXII. A form of government by rural deans, or su-

perintendents; exhibited by the chancellor of Norwich, from

the bishop.

P. 695.

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The plunder and massacre at Antwerp by the Spaniard.

The damage sustained by the English merchants there ; and the barbarous usage of them. Other cruelties exercised in the Low Countries. Which causeth the queen to interpose in their behalf; and of her own subjects ; by embassies to the States ; and to the king of Spain. Jealousy of the French's coming into the Loro Countries to aid them. The French protestants prepare to fly into England. News out of France. Order for intercepting letters to the Scottish queen. The bishop of Chichester visits his diocese. The disaffected to religion there. Account of his proceedings with them. His letters to the lords of the council. Many of the queen's subjects at mass in the Portugal ambassador's house, at the Charterhouse. The recorder of London gives 'account to the court of what was done there. Names of popish fugi

tives; certified into the exchequer. In the month of November, the next year, viz. 1576, the The sacking king of Spain's soldiers sacked and spoiled the famous city of Antwerp. of Antwerp; wherein they committed most cruel massacres,

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