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Series of six autograph letters signed by Thomas Cranmer as Archbishop of Canterbury

Maker:  Portland Papers

Description: 

Portland Papers: Volume 1: Series of six autograph letters signed by Thomas Cranmer as Archbishop of Canterbury, 6 pages, folio, 1552-3, and two letters signed, 3 1/2 pages, folio, 1551-2, to William Cecil (one to the Lords of the Council), one requesting the latter to procure the King's order for the clergy to subscribe to "the book of Articles" [the forty-two articles of religion promulgated by Cranmer], also defending himself and the Bishops against the charge of covetousness, writing in favour of Miles Coverdale, and discussing the printing in French of the Book of Common Prayer, ecclesiastical preferments and the indictment of Sir John Cheke.

ID:  91790

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