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249.
Siephenton, Matilda: iv. 235.
Ster-. William, of Ashford- vii. 328, 339—341.
Stei-ky, John : v. 444.
Sternberg', Peter, a Bohemian : iii. 549.
Sterop. Robert and Gilbert: viii. 600.
Stevens, William, of Calais: v. 498, 499,515,

519, 523, 834.
Stevenson, a rebel: v. 739.
Steventoii, Joan : iv. '^39, 242.

John : iv. 242.

'Ihomas: iv. 235, 236.

Steward, F.dtiiund: vi. 137.

■ Dr. Edward : vii. 505.

— John : viii. 219. 598.

Dr., Chancellor to Bishop Gardiner:



809, I



Richard : iv. 227.



vi. 131, 134, 136,202, 216, 220.

Dean of Winchester : viii. 63C.

Robert, Dean of Ely : vii. 402.

• Bishop Hopton's chancellor : viii.

585, 586.
Stewart, Robert, Bishop of Caithness (a.d.

1543—1586), afterwards Earl of Lenox;

V. 644; vii. 779.

William, Bishop of Aberdeen (a.d

1,1.32—1577): v. 607.

Stews erected in Rome by Pope Sixtus IV. •
iii. 780 ; paid a tax to the Pope, iii. 738.

Steyre, John: viii. 557.

Stiborius, ambassador of Sigismund in Bohe-
mia : iii. 445.

Stifelius, Michael : iv. 256.

Stiffe, Thomas : viii. 256.

" Stile, the Little," a gate in Exeter cathedral :
V. 21.

Still-yard, the: v. 417, 419; \ii. 145.

Stilman, John, martyr : iv. 207, 208.

Thomas : iv. 226, 230.

Stirling, John : iv. 585.

Stock, John, a clerk : ii. 704.

Stockhouse, Dr. : iv. 618.

Stocks, the: v. 225.

Stoderd, William, priest : v App. No. iv.

Stodniarsh : vii. 290.

Sto.gitzin, Nicholas de : iii. 431.

Stoke Park : iv. 707.

Stoke-neyland (Nayland, vicarage of Stoke):
vii. 382 ; viii. 389, 556.

Stokes, Dr. : iv. 619, 642 ; vi. 412.

John, his " Intimation" referred to by

Huss : iii. 58, note, 59.

Public Orator of Cambridge Uni-
versity: viii. 2 '3; his oration to Queen
Mary's visitors (a.d. 1557), 263, 264.

under-keeper of the Marshalsea: v. 480,

481.

Peter, Carmelite, an opponent of Wick-

lifTe : iii. 22, note, 23—26, 36, 44.

an Englishman at the Council of Con-
stance : iii. 452.

Stokesley or Stocksley, John, Bishop of London
(a.d. 1530— I5.'i9) : his cruel boast, iii. 104 ; iv.
610, 617, 620, 6.-)8, 684, 686, 687, 698, 768; v.
14; his letter for a writ to burn Frith and
Hewet, 16 ; cruel words to Chapman in the
stocks, 17; 26, 29, 53, 56,62, 64,67; takes
the oath of supremacy, 73; 74, 89, 90, 9^;
disputes against Lambert, 225, 232, 379, 381,
38:i ; blamed by Bonner as a persecutor, 412 ;
hissermon atthe shrouds, 601, 817; his prayer
when about to sentence heretics, vii. 678;
viii. 9, 11,696, 699-

Nicholas: iv. 226, 229.

William: iv. 229, 240; v. 443.

Stole, the: iv. 364.

Stonard, William : viii. 763.

Stone, John: viii. 504.

parish, Kent: viii. 329.

Stonchani,or Stanham Jerningham, in Suffolk:
viii. 535.

Stonehenge, the tradition concerning: i. 313.

Stonehore or Stonore, John de, Chief Justice:
ii. 680.

Stonham. John de : v. 346.

Stortiord : vi. 562.



GEXF.RAI. INDKX.



Story, Ec'.ward : vii. 405.

Dr. John, ftueen Mary's Commissioner :

his speech concerning the Lady Elizabeth,
vi. 554; Tii. 262 ; his brutal cruelty to a burn-
ing martyr, 334; persecutes his own kinsl'o)k,
343; examines Philpot, 606—611, 620, 627,
628, 678, 747 — 749 ; sits in commission on
Cranmer, viii. 44, 51,52; his oration to Cran-
mer, 53, 54, 62, 63, 65, 91, 97, 99, 301, 333,
338, 34'), 341, 34G, 352, 511, 521—524, 536,
546,552, 561, 623, 630, 632; his imprudent
speech in Elizabeth's first parliament, 693 ;
boasts of his cruelties, 694, 724; his opinion
(if tlie Bible, 725 ; his cursed life and bloody
end, 743 — 745; hanged at Tyburn, drawn and
quartered, 745.

Stow Abbey built : ii. 140.

Stowe Park : iii. 803.

Dr. Thiimas : iii. 22.

Strachen, George, priest : v. 644.

Strange, of Knokvn, George Stanley, ninth
Baron, K.G. (ob.A.n. 1497): iii. 785,'78S, 789.

Henry Stanley, Lord, eldest son of

Edward Earl of Derby : viii. 477, 478.

Strangeways, Sir James, Knt. : viii. 746.

Strasburg, the ministers of, oppose clerical
celibacy : iv. 307, 322—324 ; the Reforma-
tion commences at, iv. 338 ; the Bishop com-
plains thereof to the Council of Spires, 339 ;
decree passed in the senate for the abolition
of the Mass (Feb. 20th, 1529), 340 ; their am-
bassadors refused admission to the Council of
Spires, 343.

Bishop of {a.d. 1212), a persecutor:



.350.



Rupert, Bishop of: iii. 675
"ishopof: iv. 339, 340.



Stratford Langthorn: iv. 210.
Stratford-le-Bow, martjTdoms at: viii. 141,

151.
Stratford, John de. Bishop of Winchester (a.d.

1323), Archbishop of Canterbury (a.d. 1333 —

1-.48), Lord Chancellor : ii. 675, 681, 683, 686,

710, 915, 722, 783, 790; iu. 48, 381 ; iv. 132.
Robert, Bishop of Chichester (a.d.

1338—1362), Lord Chancellor: ii. 6SI.
2TpaTtj76f : i. 229, note (2), 241, note (3).
Strathern, Maurice Moray, Earl of: ii. 696.
STpaTiiiTai, o'i Kari 7r6Aii/ : i. 254, note (3).
STpaTovre^apxi? : '• 220, note (2), 241, note (3).
Stratton, David : v. 6(16.
Streaneshalch : i. 350, note (4). See Whitby.
Street, John, a joinerof Coleraan-street, cruelly

troubled : vi. 560.
Strensale. John, parson of St. Botolph's (a.d.

1370): ii. 788.
Strepus, Martinus, his Chronicle: 1.231; iii.

210.
Striegau [Strigonium, Gran, in Hungary): won

by the Turks, iv. 69, 70; cruelties at, 71.
the Archbishop of, aids the tow n : iv.

54, 69, 82, S3.
Striking, patience under, expounded : iii. 153,

154.
Stroud, in Kent : viii. 566.

William, of Newnham, Esq.: v. 18.

Strozzi, Philip : viii. 751.
Stubarium, a gate of Vienna: iv. 59.
Studley, John, vicar of Godsture : iv. 195.
Stuhl-Weissenburg: iii. 688. See Alba Regalis.
Stumsius,.John : iv. 171.
Sturdy, James, his penance: iv. 7.
Sturgeon, John : v. 444.

— Thomas : viii. 599.

Sturm, Caspar, Herald of the Emperor Charles

v.: iv. 282.
Stury, Sir Richard : iii. 56, 207,819.
Stuteville, Robert de Stuteville, fourth Baron

by tenure (ob. a.d. 1203): ii. 272.
Stutiville, Wilham: ii. 310.
St\le, the royal, Queen Mary alters : vi. 433.
Styria, taken by the Turks : iv. 43, 65.
Suabia, Knights of : iii. 575.
Suanir, a city of Persia; i. 95.
Suard, Richard: ii. tlO.
Sub-deacon : vi. S3.
Subjects freed from allegianc to expo-.-.muni-

catfd Princes : ji. 144.
HubrecfuH or Petty Kings : ii. r,o.

VOL. VIII.



Subscription to Articles, Bradford's opinion of:

vii. 215-217.
Succession, apostolical, Harpsfield and Brad-
ford concerning: vii. 170, 171.

episcopal: vii. 673, 674.

• to the throne, importance of : i. 3M.

Sudbury: iv. 237.

Sudbury, Simon de, alias Tybald, Bishop of
London (a.d. 1361), .Archbishop of Canterbury
(A d. 137.1—1381): ii. 371, 717, 797, 800, 918;
beheaded by Jack Straw's mob, iii. 18, 579.
Suenes, a Persian confessor : i. 286.
Suess^, Thaddeus de : ii. 480.
Suflield Suthfield or Calthorp, Walter de,
Bi-hop of Norwich (a.d. 1243—1257): ii 369,
note, 436, 870, 891, 896.
Suffolk, persecution in: iii. 584— 600; iv. 243;
commotions on account of the Reformation,
V. 731 ; martyrdoms in, viii. 145, 424.
Suffolk, Robert de Ufford, first Earl of, K.G.

(ob. 1369) : ii. 668, 694, 695, 910.
Michael de la Pole, third Earl of, out-
lawed (a.d. 1388) : iii. 217.

William de la Pole, sixth Earl and

first Duke of. Lord High Admiral, K.G. (ob.
a.d. 1450): iii. 714—717.

■ Charles Brandon, fifth Duke of, K.G.

(ob. A.D. 1545): iii. 78S ; iv. 590, 596, 609;
V. 53, 61, 65, 147, 265, 398, 4.39. 509, 69.-, 807j
viii. 6, 14, 37, 570.

Henry Grey, sixth Duke of, K.G. (ob.

1551): vi. 384 ; raises forces against Mary,
413; committed to the Tower, 414; and
delivered again, 537, 543; beheaded, ,i44 ; his
godly end, ib.; vii. 45.

Katherine Willnughby, Duchess of,

and Baroness Willoughby of Ere^by : iv.
641 ; V. 547 ; vii. 463 ; narrative of her'fiight,
viii. 569—576.
Suffragan Bishops: iv. 188, 724.
Suicide, Foxe's view of: vi. 715, 716.
Suiertitz, Zdislaus de: iii. -546.
Sultans, whence named: iv. 22, 118, 120.
Sulyard, Godfrey: v. 340.

"Sum of the Scripture," the: iv. 658, 679, 685;

V. 38 ; translated by Simon Fish, v. 592, note

(I); heresies falsely gathered out of, by the

Papists, 592—599; vii. 499, 5u0, note.

S.mner, of Oxford : v. 4, 5, 424, 428.

Sumptuarv laws, agreed to at the Parliament

of Oxford (A.D. 1258): ii. u'U.
Sunbury !M,inor, granted to the Church of St.

Paul's: ii. 375.
Sunday, its observance, when first noticed: i.
I.t3; observance of, ordained by Constantino,
299; laws relating to its observance, iv. 137,
1^8.
Suns, two seen: ii. 189; vi. 543.
Super-altar: v. 590 ; vi. 679.
Supine, Reginald de : ii. 604.
Supino, Petrus de, Pope's Nuncio to Ireland .•

ii. 429.
" Supplication of Beggars," the: iv. 656; com-
posed bv Simon Fish, and presented to King
Henry VIII., 657, 658;. a copy thereof, 659-
664; dispersed in London, 659, 666; prohi-
bited by the bishops, 666, 667; heresies
falsely gathered out of, by the Papists, vii.
499.
" Supplication of the Souls in Purgatory, " com-
posed by Sir Thomas More : iv. 664— 0fi6.
Supremacy, the Royal, confessed by T. Philips
(a.d. 1530): V. 30; act establishing it (a.d.
1534), 69; treason to deny it, 114: (iardiner
swears to it, 71; also Stokesleyand Tuustall,
73; Carthusian Monks executed for denying
it, 100, 101 ; Mary renounces it from her
style, vi. 433.

of Rome, established by Phocas : i.

34.

Papal : iv. 5 ; abolished in England

(A.D. 1534), V. 69 — 101; Gardiner's reasons
against, 75; Tunstall's sermon atrainst (a.d.
1535), 79 —86 ; testimonies against, out of the
bishops' book, 87—89; letter of Tunstall and
Stokesley against, to Cardinal Pole, 90; Bi-
shop Longland's sermon against, 171 ; Luther
against, 277, 278 ; Act of, passed i.ran. 3d,
A.D. 1555), 380.



GFAKUAL INDEX.



Surcli or Zouch, William le, Archbishop of

York (a. n. 1340—13.52): ii. 696.
Surdrim, a Danish king: ii. 22.
Surius, a Monk of Cologne, his Commentaries :

V. (100. 602.
Surplices, ordered to be worn clean at Mass:

viii. 2,S6.
Surrey, William Planta°enet, sixth Earl of (ob.

A.D. 1240), Earl of Warren : ii. 402.
■ John Plantagenet, seventh Earl of (ob.

A.D. 1304), Earl of Warren : ii. 551, 552.

Thomas Holland, Duke of, ninth Earl of

Kent, Earl Marshal, K.G. tob. 1400): iii.219,
229.

Thomas Howard, thirteenth Earl of,

afterwards Duke of Norfolk, K.G. (ob. 152 1) :
Ui. 785, 787, 788.

Henrj' Howard, Earl of, K.G. (ob. A.D.

1346): V. 400, 698; vi. 297.

Susa or Segusio, Henry de. Archbishop of Em-
brun, ar I Cardinal-Bishop of Ostia (whence
called Hjstiensis or Ostiensis): iii. 84, 814.

Susan, Tliomas, a whet-ler : iv. 2>6.

Sussex, Robert Ratclifie, ninth Earl of, Baron
and Earl Fitzwalter, K.G. (ob. 1542): v. 514.

Henry RatclilTe, tenth Earl of, KG.

(ob. 1556): V. 540, 568; vii. 583, 587, 588,
608, 609, 759.

Lady: v. 544.

Sutherton, Thomas and Leonard, sherilfs of
Norwich : viii. 428.

Sutri, a town in Italy: ii. 176.

Council of (A.D. 1059): ii. 98.

Sutton, Thomas, sheriff of Norwich: viii. 381.

John : V. 445.

Suyard, William, friar preacher : iii. 31.
Swabe or Swabanitz, Ulricus : iii. 429, 430.
Swadell or Swadock, Tristram, clerk : vi. 652,

721.
Swaine, Widow: viii. 599.
Swaine.-land, Thomas: viii. 713.
Swainton, ttuinting : viii. 593, 596.
Swale, a river in Kent: i. 339, note (2), 345.
Swallow, W. of Chelmsford : viii. 3116, 632, 641.
Swan, at Limehouse : viii. 458.
Swanawic : ii. 22.
Swanberg, the Lord of: iii. 677. Set' Bohus-

laus.
Swansea : vii. 15.
S->vanus, King of Denmark, invades England:

ii. 76, 77 ; proclaims himself king, 77; his

cruelties, ib. ; his death, 78.
. or Sweyn II. King of Denmark: ii.

80,81, 820,821.
son of Earl Godwin : ii. 82, 88.



Francis, the French king (a. d. 1528). 338 : the
the popish Cantons make a league against the
Protestants (A.D. 1529). 343; and defeat them
(Oct. 1 1th), 344 ; again (Oct. 24th), 34<> ; peace
concluded between the two parties, ib.; Pro-
testant leidgue among, 346.

Swithin, Bishop of Winchester (a. D. 852— 863):
i. 358; ii. 14; his figned miracles, 15.

Switzerland : Reformation in Zurich, iv. .S27 —
334; Reformation at Bern, 3.!i>— 338; at Con-
stance and Geneva, 338 ; at Strasburg, 338—
340; at Basil, 340—342.

Sword, how Christ came to send a, illustrated
in the Reformation : iv. 348.

Sybilla, wife of Tancred, King of Sicily: ii.456,
878.

Sydal, Henry: viii. 80, 82, 89.

Svgeferth : v. 27.

Svlke, Robert: viii. 599.

Sylliard, Sir John, hiyh sheriff of Suffolk: viii
548.

Sylva Catularia, battle of: ii. 174.

Sylvanus, Bishop of Emisa: i."22, 243.

Sylvester, James, executioner at Dijon, con-
verted: iv. 415.

Dr. : v. 648.

See Evesliani.

Svlvius, jEneas: ii. 263, 265, 267, 268; iii. 605,
'611, 652, 657, 658, 660, 670, 674, 736, 737, 849,

855; V.311, 314.
Symniachus, his version of the Hebrew Scrip-

tures:-i. 155.
Bishop of Rome(A.D. 498— 514)

iii. 212, 498; v. 310.
Svmon, Thomas: v. 444.
SymoNds, MatUda : iv. 234.

John : iv. 234.

Ralph : v. 444.

Bishop Hopton's Commissary : viii.



466.

Symons, Hugh, Vicar of St. Michael's, Coven-
. try : vi. 393.

Sympson, Jolin : iv. 237.

Symson, Culhbert : viii. 444; his history, let-
ters, and martyrdom, 454—460, 559.
Thomas : viii. 456.

Syresham, parish, Northampton : viii. 423.

f^yrian Kiniis, a parallel between them and the
Turkish Emperors : iv. 96 — 99.

Syriauus, lieutenant in Egypt, a cruel perse-
cutor : i. 265.

Syricius, Bishop of Rome (a. d. 385— 398): v.
306, 329.

Syth, St. or Scithe or Ositthe : v. 406.

Syward, William, prior of the Preaching Friars :
iii. 22, 36.



Swearing, concerning : iii. 273.

Sweating sickness in Germany, persecution of
the saints intended to arrest: iv. 378.

Sweeiing, William, martyr: iv. 180, 214, 215.

Swerden, Thomas: iii. 588.

Sweynheini, an early printer : iv. 726.

Swietla, in Austria, besieged by the Taborites
and Orphans . iii. 573.

Swifie, Ronert: vi. 771.

Swinborne, Rowland, Master of Clare Hall,
Cambridge (a.d. 153t'— 1546): vi. 541; viii.
270, 276, 286.

Swinco. 5t'e Sliinco, Archbishop of Prague.

Swinderby, William, priest : iii. U6 ; his Story,
107 — 131 ; conjectures about his death and
probable martyrdom, 130, 131, 195; slandered,
v. 569.

Robert: iii. 809, 814.

Swineshead Abbey, near Boston, King John
poisoned there; ii. 318, 340—342, 3S0, 865.

" Swine's Snout," the name of a pope : ii. 7.

Swingfield, Alderman's deputy: viii. 632.

Swippeden, John: iii. 2;J6.

Swiss : history of their Cantons ; how they were
oppressed, and gained their liberty, and
formed themselves into a league (a.d. 131(1),
iv 325—327 ; letter of the five Cantons to the
Senate of Zurich against the new doctrine, 330;
six Canton> oppo.sed to the Reformation, 334 ;
hold n conference on religion at Baden (June,
A.D. ]5z£). 335; break otf their league with



Tables substituted for altars : vi. 5 ; reasons
why tlie Lord's board should be after the
form of a table rather than of an altar, 5 — 7.

Tabor, the city built by Zisca : iii. 550, 552.

Taborites : ii. 266, note, 270 ; their rise, 550
553; their mode of warfare, 573, 693, 701
846.

Tachau, James de : iii. 446.

Tacitus, Marcus Claudius, Emperor (a.d. 275 —
276): i. 92, 219, 220.

Tahamos, King of Persia : iv. 64.

Tailor, John, parson of Frittenden, a perse-
cutor : viii. 321, 322.

. Laurence : iv. 235, 236.

Richard: iv.231.

Thomas, and his wife : iv. 226.

William, priest, his first apprehension

and recantation : iii. 581 ; cited ag.iin, 582 ;
articles against bim, 583; degraded and
burnt, 584,588.

Talbot, Sir George: iii. 787.

Sir Thomas : ii. 694.

Talle\mnd de Perigord, Elias, Cardinal, Bishop
of Auxerre (a.d. 1331—1364): ii. 748, 784,
909, 91 1, 916.

Tamajre, Mr. : viii. 158.

Tamber, Gasper : iv. 360.

Tame, John, persecu^^ : iii. 540.

the Lord of: viii. 614, 619.



GENERAL IXDKX.



Tamerlane orTimour, King of Paithia, invades
Asia(August22, A.D.1400):iv.28; rtefeataBa-
jazetnearAncyraCJuneSO, AD. 1402), ib.; bis
treatment of Bajazet, ib. ; his death (April 1,
A.D. 1405), lb. ; his conquests, 29.

Tamworth Ca fie built or repaired: ii. 38, 7S7.

Tancred of Apulia, the Crusader : ii. 142.

. King of Sicily (a.d. 1189— 1194): ii.

299. 300, 303, 4,i6, 878.

Tankerfielri, George, his story and martj'rdom :
vii. 313—347.

Tankerville, Earl of : ii. 693.

Tanner, Roger : v. 42.

Tapert, Dr. : iv. 3S5.

Tarantaise, John, Archbishop of: iii. 665, 668.

Tarasius, Patriarch of Constantinople (a.d. 784
—806): i. 379.

Tardise, Petrus : viii. 229, note.

Tarquin, Publius, a heathen priest, and a per-
secutor: i. 109.

Tarragona, Dominique Ram, Cardinal of: iii.
627, 645, 651.

Bishop of, Chief Inquisitor : viii.

515.

Tarsus, martyrdoms at : i. 227 ; taken by the
Crusaders : ii. 143.

Bishop of. See Gonzales.

Tartars invade Europe (a.d. 1235) : ii. 491 :
retreat (a.d, 1241), 495 ; make great spoil in
Chrisiendom, 575 ; enter Poland and Hun-
gary, ib. ; Muscovy and Cracow, and Lower
Sclavonia, ib.; their invasion and reign, iv.

Tasso, Annibal: iv. 71.

Tata won by the Turks : iv. 71. 82.

Tatcher, Bartholomew : iii. 588.

Tate or Ethelburga, Gueen to Edwin : i. 342.

Dr., a musician at Windsor: v. 4C.5.

Tatian, a Christian philosopher, pupil of Justin,

his praise of him : i. ISO-; v. 612.

Tatwine, Archbishop of Canterburj' (a.d. 731 —
735): i. 385.

Tauler, John, of Strasburg, preaches against
Popery (a.d. 1350): ii. 707.

Taunton Abbey : iii. 318.

Tauris, won by Selim (a.d. 1514) : iv. 49, 64.

Taverner, Mr., of Frideswide's, Oxford, a musi-
cian : iv. 617; v. 5, 423,428.

a priest : v. 446.

Tavernium, in Sicily : ii. 303.
Tavistock, Monastery of: ii. 53.

" Ta.vatio Norwicensis :" ii. 891, 896, 898.

Taxes heavy under Henry III. : ii. 536.

Tavler, of St. John's College, Cambridge : v.
705.

Taylor, Joan, and her mother : iv. 235.

. John, of St. Michael's at Quern, ab-
jures : iii. 537.

John, Bishop of Lincoln (a.d. 1552, de-
prived 1553) : V. 227, 22:, 233, 234; vi. 3!;4,
412.

Dr. John, Master of the Rolls (a.d. 1527

—1534): iv. 609; v. 368.

alias Barker, John, Registrar of Glou-
cester : viii. 144, 647, 793

alias Cardmaker, John, Vicar of St.

Bride's : v. 448, 831, 835.

Nicholas, of Leicester : iii. 197.

Richard, fellow of Whittington Col-
lege : V. 449.

Robert : v. 343.

Robert, B.L., Deputy Chancellor of

Chichester: viii. 430.

Dr. Rowland, Parson of Hadley: order

for his apprehension, vi. 439 ; consents to
dispute at Cambridge, 553 ; sentenced by
G.irdiner, 588, 630, 664; his history, exami-
nations, and martyrdom, 676 — 7()0; his let-
ters, 701 — 703; notice of his wife, 677 ; sun-
dry notices, 679, 692, 694, 700; vii. 42 ; viii.
100, 121.

. — - — Thomas, Elizabeth, and Mary, children

of Dr. Rowland Taylor: vi. 692—694.
— Thomas, silk-weaver : vi. 723, 729.

William, priest : viii. 256.

Dr., parson of St. Peter's, in Cornhill,

imprisoned: v. 451.

, witness against Bucer's doctrine:

via. 273, 274.



Tebbald, St. of Hobbies : iv. 755 : v. ?43.

Tebold, Thomas : vii. 771.

Tecka, Henry, priest : viii. 236.

Tecla, an English nun : i. 369.

Telesphorus, Bishop of Rome (a.d. 128—139) .
i. 111. 150.

Tell, William : iv. 326.

Tempest, Nicholas: v. 148.

Tempests, severe, in England (a.d. 1091): ii.
141.

Templirs, Kni;.'hts, founded (a.d. 1I2S): ii.
183, 318; their house in London, 401; de-
feated by the Saracens near Antiich, 448 :
take part against Frederick II., 471, 472, 60S;
fifty-ionr burnt at Paris, and the order abo-
lished (a.d. 1310), 644, GC5, 721.

Temple, John : vi. 130, 136, 248.

• fields, the shooters practised there .

vii. 344.

Te:iiporal jurisdiction over the spiritualty : iii.

power, the, may deprive a delinquent

church of its goods : iii. 186.
Tempse, a member of parliament : v. 58.
Temsey. Prebendary of Litclifield : vii. 396.
" Ten plagues of Pharaoh," the: iv. 230, 236,

239.
Tenby : vii. 7, 14, 16.
Tenerchebray Castle, belonging to the Count of

Mortaign : ii. 834.
Tenterden parish : vii. 750.

— — persecutions at : iii. 538, 540.

Tenth gathered through all England for the

third Cru^ade : ii. 278.

part of all moveables given to the Pope :



(a.d. 1259):



ii. 421.



Tenths first levied on the clerg
ii. 53G, 891.

for three years, granted by tlie clergy

to King Edward III. : ii. 691.

Tentzelius, W. E. : i. 393.

Teplitz, John de : iii. 446.

Terry, John, of Ersham : iii. 587.

Hugh, priest : v. 640, 641, 644.

Tertullian, his Apology: i. 158, 159.; his ble-
mishes, 159, 204; Cyprian fond of him, 200;
a Chiliast, 204 ; his account of tlie spread
of Christianity in his time, 306 ; against
Transul>stantiation, v. 268.

Testa or Mala Testa, William, Pope's legate
(a.d. 1307): ii. Ii09.

Testament, New (Tyndale's) : iv. 681. 688, 702 :
prohibited (a.d. 1526), 666; its suppression
liy Bishop Tunstal (a.d. 1529), 670.

Spanish: iv. 459.

■ price of one : iii. 721.

Testwood, Robert, musician, his story : v. 465

—470, 473; his martyrdom, 493.
Tetrapla of Origen : i. 155.
Tetzel, Nicholas, brings the Pope's pardons into

Germany : iv. 262 ; burns Luther's proposi

tions, and declares him a heretic, ib., 268.
Teatones Fraires, SanctcE Maries : iii. 775.
Teutonic Knights : ii. 472, 881 ; the Master of

the (a.d. 1241) :ii. 498.
Teutsbrode, in Bohemia: iii. 552.
Teweste, Edward : ii. 807.
Tewksbury Abbey: iii. 318.

the battle of (May 4th, 1471): iii. 7.52.

Tewrath, Turkish name of the Pentateuch-

iv. 731.
Texts of Scripture on church walls abolished •

vi. 565.
Thacker, Thomas : vii. 304, 3C6, 312.
Thackham, Thomas : viii. 210, 211; his reply

to Foxe's charges, 211, note, 212, 721. 722.
Thaddeus, oneof rhe seventy disciples, planted

a Church at Edessa : i. 95.
Thaddeus of Suessa: ii. 498.
Thadioc, Archbishop of York (A.D. 636): i. 323,

Thame Abbey : iv. 244.
Thames nearly dried up (a.d. 1110): ii. 177.
Thanet, Isle of, Augustine lands tliere: i. 329.
Thebaldeschi, Francis, Cardinal of St. Sabine:

ii. 807, 808, 810.
Thebes, martyrdom of the Christian soldiers

there, under Maurice: i. 229, 230, 234; Monks



at, 1



54,



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GENKUAL INDEX.



Tlieobald, Abbot of Bee. Archbishop of Can-
terbury (a.d. 11^3—1160): ii. 186— 188, 2S1,
ri8, 844; V. 3;i9.

Archbishop of Milan ; ii. 126.

Theodora, paramour of Pope Joiin X. ; ii. 35.
Theodore of Cyrene : iii. 638. 852.

PopelA.D. 642— 649): v. 311.

II., Pope (A.D. 898-900) : U. 34.

Archbishop of Canterbury Ca.d. 66S—

692); i. 353— -.',57, 359, 385; ii. 253;- v. 2,"4.

See Gregory.

Theodoret, Human edition of his Dialogues: iv.

407 ; on tlie elements, v. 209.
Theodoric, King of the Ostrogoths (a.d. 493 —

526): iii. 212.

• claimant for the Papacy (a.d. 1 100) :



!72.



of Niem, Bishop of Verdun : iii.
• Bishop of Croatia, his prophecy : iv.



256.

Theodorus, a heretic: i. 170.
Theodosia, in the < riniea. See Ca])ha.
Theodosius II., Emperor of the East (a.o. 408

—450) : i. 24, 285, 302 ; ii. 225 ; iv. 22 ; v. 299 ;

viii 275.
Theodotion, his versii>n of the Hebrew Scrip-
tures : i. 155.
Theodotus, the tanner, a heretic: i. 171.
Theodulus, a Roman deacon: i. 113.
Theology, four changes in, since the days of the

Apostles : iv. 267 ; corrupted withphilosopliy,

268.
Theon, Archbishop of London : i. 323. 327.
Tlieonas, Bishop of Alexandria {a.d. 282—300) :

i. 21.'.
Theophilus, Bishop of Caesaiea, a writer : i.



397.



ii. 95 ; striv(



Theopliylactus,
Poi)e, 97.

Theoteihnus, a magician and persecutor of the
Christians under Maximin : i. 238, 241.

Theolecnusor Theoctistus, Bishop of Caesarea:
i 216.

Ttierainenee: iii. 637.

Theseus, '' non sine Theseo," explained: vi.
SU, note(l).

2 Thess. ii. expounded of the Pope: iv. 141.

Thetford, Bishopric of, reduced to Norwich : ii.
il3.

Bishop of. See Losinga.

battle of: ii. 19.

' Council of. See Hertford.

Thiliout, Nicolas: iii. 666.

Thief, a, scoffing at a martyr's counsel at his
death, loses the use of his tongue : viii. 395,
396.

a, converted at the last by a martyr :

viii. 396.

a, confessed the truth on the gallows,

and is left unburied : viii. 726.

Thierry, Count of Flanders (a.d. 1128—1167);
ii. 259.

Thirleby, Thomas, Bishop of Westminster i a.d,
1540), of Norwich (a.d. 1550), of Ely (a.d
1554, deprived, a.d. 1558, oi). a.d. 1570): iv.
621 ; an earnest Protestant in Queen Anne
Bullen's days, v. 60, 63, 149, 151—154, 159,
713, 716, 718, 744, 843; vi. 5, 126, 135, 190,
241; vii. 733; viii. 69; sits ccmmissio on



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