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Number XXXV.

BOOK

II.

The names of all the noblemen and great officers of the

queen, from the beginning of her reign till about the year 1580. Drawn up by the lord treasurer Burghley's own

hand. Note, Those that have a + standing before their names were

then deceased.

Lord Chancellors. † Archbishop Hethe. + Sir Nich. Bacon. Sir Thomas Bromley.

Lord Treasurers. Marquess of Winchester. Lord Burghley.

Great Chamberlain. + Earl of Oxford, the father.

Earl of Oxford, the son.

Lord Privy Seal.
Lord Paget.
Lord Howard.

Lord Marshal.
+ Duke of Norfolk.
Earl of Salop

Lord Admiral.
Earl of Lincoln.

LORDS OF THE PRIVY-COUNCIL. + Archbishop of York. + Sir Thomas Parry. + Sir Nicolas Bacon.

Sir James Croftes. Sir Thomas Bromley.

+ Sir Edward Rogers. + Marquis of Winchester. Sir Francis Knowles. Lord Burghley.

Sir Henry Sydney. + Earl of Arundel.

Sir Christopher Hatton. + Earl of Salop.

+ Sir Thomas Smith. Earl of Salop.

Sir Francis Walsingham. Earl of Sussex.

Dr. Wylson. Earl of Darby.

+ Sir William Petre. Earl of Warwick.

+ Sir Ambrose Cave. Earl of Bedford.

+ Sir John Mason. + Earl of Pembroke.

Sir Richard Sackvile. Earl of Leicester.

+ Dr. Wotton. + Lord Howard.

Sir Ralph Sadleir. Lord Hunsdon.

Sir Walter Mildmay. + Sir Thomas Cheny.

BOOK

OFFICERS OF THE HOUSEHOLD.
II.
Lord Steward.

Treasurer of the Chamber. + Earl of Arundel.

Sir John Mason.
Earl of Pembroke,

Sir Francis Knowles.
Lord Chamberlain. Sir Thomas Heneage.
+ Lord Howard.

Master of the Requests.
Earl of Sussex.

Dr. Haddon.
Treasurer.

Dr. Wylson.
Sir Thomas Cheney.

Thomas Sackford.
Sir Thomas Parry.

Dr. Dale.
Sir Edward Rogers.

Master of the Jewel-house.
Sir Francis Knowles.

John Astley. 158 Comptroller. Mr. Waldgrave. Sir Thomas Parry.

Master of the Wardrobe.
Sir Edward Rogers.

John Fortescue.
Sir James Crofts.

Master of the Revels.
Master of the Horse. Sir Thomas Benger.
Earl of Leicester..

Tylney.
Vice-chamberlain.

Master of the Posts.
Sir Edward Rogers.

Sir John Mason.
Sir Francis Knowles.

Mr. Randolph.
Sir Christopher Hatton. Steward of the Marshalsea.

Captain of the Guard. Thomas Sackford.
Sir William Saint Loe.

Knight Marshal.
Sir Francis Knowles. Sir (Owen] Hopton.
Sir Christopher Hatton.

Hopton.
Sir George Carey.

OFFICERS FOR JUSTICE.
Lord Chancellor.

Master of the Rolls.
Chief Justice of England. Sir William Cordal.
Sir Robert Catlyn.

Sir Gilbert Gerard.
Sir Christopher Wray. Lord President of Wales.
Chief Justice of the Com- Lord Williams, of Thame.

(Sir Henry Sydney.]
Sir James Dyer.

[Earl of Pembroke.] Sir (Edmund] Anderson.

mon-Pleas.

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Number XXXVI.
A catalogue of all the English popish books writ against

the reformation of the church of England; from queen
Elizabeth's first entrance to the year 1580. With the
names of such learned divines as answered them.

I. Harding against the Apology of the English Church. Answered by Jewel.

II. Harding's Answer to Jewel's Chalenge. Answered by Jewel.

III. Harding's Rejoynder to Jewel. Answered by Edward Deering

IV. Cole's Quarells against Mr. Jewel. Answered by Mr. Jewel.

V. Rastell's Return of Untruths. Answered by Mr.Jewel.

II.

BOOK VI. Rastel against Mr. Jewel's Chalenge. Answered by

William Fulk.

VII. Dorman against Mr. Jewel. Answered by Mr. Nowel.

VIII. Dorman's Disproof of Mr. Nowel's Reproof. Answered by Mr. Nowel.

IX. The Man of Chester, answered by Mr. Pilkington, bishop of Duresme.

X. Sanders of the Sacrament. In part answered by Mr. Nowel.

XI. Fecknam's Scruples. Answered by Mr. Horn, bishop of Winchester.

XII. Fecknam's Apology. Answered by William Fulk.

XIII. Fecknam's Objections against Mr. Gough's Sermon. Answered by Mr. Gouge and Mr. Lawrence Thomson.

XIV. Stapleton's Counterblast. Answered by Mr. Bridges.

XV. Marshal his Defence of the Cross. Answered by Mr. Caulfhil.

XVI. Fowler's Psalter. Answered by Mr. Sampson. .

XVII. An infamous libell or letter (incerto autore) against the teachers of the divine Providence and Predes

tination. Answered by Mr. Robert Crowley. 160 XVIII. Allen's Defence of Purgatory. Answered by Wil

liam Fulk.

XIX. Heskin's Parliament. Repealed by William Fulk.

XX. Rishton's Chalenge. Answered by William Fulk and Oliver Carter.

XXI. Hosius of God's express Word, translated into English. Answered by William Fulk.

XXII. Sander's Rock of the Church. Undermined by William Fulk.

XXIII. Sander's Defence of Images. Answered by William Fulk.

XXIV. Shacklock's Pearl. Answered by Mr. Hartwel.

XXV. The Hatchet of Heresies. Answered by Mr. Bartlet.

XXVI. Mr. Evans. Answered by himself.

II.

XXVII. A Defence of the private Mass. Answered (by BOOK conjecture) by Mr. Cooper, bishop of Lincoln.

XXVIII. Certain Assertions, tending to maintain the Church of Rome to be the true and catholic Church. Confuted by John Knewstub.

XXIX. Sander upon the Lord's Supper. Fully answered by D. Fulk.

XXX. Bristow's Motives and Demands. Answered by D. Fulk.

XXXI. Stapleton's Differences and Fortress of the Faith. Answered by D. Fulk.

XXXII. Allen's Defence of Priests Authority to remit Sins, and of the Popish Churches Meaning concerning Indulgences. Answered by Dr. Fulk.

XXXIII. Marshal's Reply to Mr. Calfhil. Answered by Dr. Fulk.

XXXIV. Frarius railing Declaration. Answered by Dr. Fulk.

These Popish Treatises ensuing are in answering.
I. Stapleton's Returns of Untruths. II. Rastell's Reply.
III. Vaux his Catechisme. IV. Canisius his Catechism trans-
lated.

THE END OF VOL. II. PART II.

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