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CALVIN, his Eucharistic belief as quoted by Bp. Cosin

his Letter to Cranmer, Apr. 1552

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his Letter to Bullinger on the "Thing" of the Sct., June 1548

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Cardwell, Dr., his error as to Authority of Declaration in 1552

his error as to Editions of the P. Book of 1552 in which the
Declaration appeared

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his error as to alarm in Council, in 1552, on Real Presence
Catechism, Cranmer's of 1548

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Cheney, Bp., the question of his Subscription to Articles considered

Cheyne, Mr., his error as to Rubric of 1552

Chrysostom, St., on reception by wicked

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Notes 404, 405

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Collier, his account of omission of Declaration in P. B. 1559

Communion in both kinds, Proclamation of 1548 ordering it, approved

by Bp. Gardiner

Confirmation, Purit. obj. at Hamp. Ct. Conference

Consecration of Eucharist, Cranmer's belief thereon

Cosin's belief thereon

85-9 & Note

Prayer of, in Book of 1549, how far altered in deference to
Bucer

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Cosin, Bp, his opinion of Calvin's Eucharistic doctrine

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Cranmer, Abp., conversation with Bonner Sep. 10, 1549
his uses of the word "Sacrament"

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his Disputation at Oxford, 1555

his argument with Gardiner as to presence of the Sun

his Letter to P. Council on Rubric of Kneeling at Sct. Oct. 7, 1552

his belief as to Consecration

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73, 342-3

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84

85-9

Cranmer, his Eucharistic belief compared with that of Calvin

his Letter to Calvin on Co. of Trent, March 20, 1552 -
probably considered reverence synonymous with Standing by Cele-

brant, Kneeling with all others

his Catechism of 1548 -

Ans, to Smith on the same

Rowland Taylor's opinion of it

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Note

86-7

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154

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his own explanation of it.
Bp Gardiner's inference from it

abandoned Transubstantiation before 1545

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160, 263, 275

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his Ans. to Smith as to doct. of Sct. taught by P. Martyr and
Catm. 1548 -

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his account of Presence not held by Luther and others

Note

168

Mr. Fisher's account of his opinion on Real Presence

170-1

his Eucharistic opinions in 1549-50 argued from Bp. Hooper's
language

174-5

his opinions whether influenced or not by Bucer -
his definition of Corporal

175, Note 402-3

177-8

his statements about R. Presence and Transubstantiation
bad abandoned, in 1548, his belief in corporal presence
his comparison of corporal presence of Christ and the Sun

DAVID'S, St., Bp. of, quoted by Mr. Goode against Dr. Pusey
his opinion of Denison Prosecution

Declaration on Kneeling of 1552 and 1562 compared

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Error of Bps. of S. Andrew's, Glasgow, and Moray as to mean-

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not added to P. Book of 1552 by mere authority of Edw. vith.
in what Editions of P. Bk. of 1552 it appeared

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Mr. Goode's reason for its exclusion from P. Book between 1552

and 1662, examined

355-58

Abraham Woodhead's opinion of it

361, 368, 370

Mr. Goode's assertion-that it is directed against Adoration to
Christ present as God and man-examined

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Denison, Archn., his use of "profitably" compared by Mr. Goode, with

a proposal made by Bp. Guest

Disputation on Eucharist, at Oxford, June 11, 1549

at Cambridge, June 20 and 24, 1549

at Oxford, April 18, 1554

at Oxford, April 16, 1555

at Oxford, 1555

EPISTLES, Apostolical, meaning of "faithful" therein
Eucharist, how celebrated in England in Dec. 1549

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FAGIUS, Paul, his Letter to Ministers at Strasburgh on P. Book 1549
"Faithful, the," its meaning considered

Ferrar, Bp., Articles against, 1553-4

Fisher, Mr., his opinion of Cranmer's belief on Real Presence

his opinion of the authority of Cranmer's Catm. in 1551

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his opinion of intended prosecution of Arch. Wilberforce

Note 259-60

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his opinion of Bp. Overall's additions to Catechism

284

his remark on "Real"

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his observations on change in Decl. on Kneeling

Note

337

his remarks on Rubric as to remains of the Sacrament

380

comparison of quotations from his 1st and 2nd Ed.

Note

381

his opinion of Bucer's and Martyr's influence with Cranmer Note
his opinion of doctrine of "res sacramentaria"

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Forbes, Bp., on Real Presence

374

"Forms of Bread and Wine," not used in Communion Service, Cranmer 21, 261

how explained by Cranmer

179

how explained by Jewel

267-270

Foxe, his opinion of P. Martyr's Disputat. at Oxford, June 11, 1549

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his account, from John Young, of Dr. Redman's opinion of Re-

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Freeman, Mr., his opinion of Real Presence compared with Bp. Jewel's

objection to Harding's expression

his opinions on the subject further examined

GARDINER, Bp., acknowledged Real Presence taught in P. B. 1549 and

by Bp. Ridley, Dr. Redman, and Abp. Cranmer in 1550-1

The Lord Paget's account of his Doctrine in 1550-1
his argument from Bucer as to presence of the Sun

his inference from Catm. 1548

Gauden, Bp., pressed restoration of Decl.

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Gest, Disputant at Cambridge, 1549

his opinion on Kneeling at Sacrament

his Letter to Cecil, Dec. 22, 1566

his Second Letter, May 1571

the question of his Subscripn. to Articles considered

Glyn, Dr., Disputant at Cambridge 1589

Goode, Mr., (Dean of Ripon), on Oral Manducation

on Cranmer's doctrine in 1548

his error on Roman belief of natural presence

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204-15

his statement replied to-that "the interpretation..given to the
28th Art." by Bp. Geste's Letter of Dec. 22, 1566, is “shown
to be inadmissible by " his 2nd Letter of May 1571
his argument considered- that Abp. Parker's Letter, June 4, 1571
proves his disagreement with Guest on the Eucharist 215-17 Note 233
his argument from Preface to Anglo-Sax. Hom. answered
217-220
his comparison of the words of Bp. Guest and Bp. Jewel considered 240-2
his complaint of Dr. Pusey's quotation from S. Isidore, examined
his objection to the term "sacramentally" answered
his quotation from Bp. of St. David's in re Dr. Pusey's Notes on
the Eucharist, noticed
his argument from Cranmer's reply to Gardiner in re
the form of bread and wine" and the P. B. of 1549, con-
sidered

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255-7

257-60

"under

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261-2

his assertion that Cranmer "altogether repudiated the phrase '
for the Church of England, replied to

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263-4
285-301

his argument as to meaning of "the faithful," examined
his remarks on Bp. Cosin's reference to Bp. Overall in Notes on
C. Prayer, considered

Note 290

his argument on the meaning of the Decl. on Kneelg. considered 338-41
his reason for the exclusion of the Declaration between 1552 and

1662, examined

his remarks on oral manducation, considered

355-358
Note 356-7

his admission of possible "real" material "Presence in the

Supper"

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Note 358

his citations from Abraham Woodhead to prove that the Presence
is" to the receiver, but not to the Elements," discussed 359-79
his remarks on spiritual presence being presence of a Spirit,
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noticed
his opinion of Dr. Pusey's reference to Rubric on receiving of
Sacrament, considered

his remarks on spiritual partaking of a material thing, argued from
his reference to Can. 7 A.D. 1640, and to Abp. Laud in explana-
tion of the Declaration on Kneeling, mistaken

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his argument as to worship due to the Sacrament, examined
his opinion as to the proper name for the Sacrament if "a com-
pound of different things, replied to

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397

Goode, Mr., (Dean of Ripon), his definition of "represented" considered
his remarks on Dr. Pusey's use of " enjoy," corrected by Bucer's
use of it
his statement of the effect of Bucer's objn. to Cons. Prayer in
Bk. of 1549, considered

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Note

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Note

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408-11
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his remark on the meaning of "This is My Body," considered
his opinion of altered Eucharistic phraseology in P. Bk. 1552,
considered

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Notes 398-403, 410, 413
Note 265

Goodrich, Bp., Lord Chancellor in 1552, his opinions and character
Gorham, Mr, "Reformation Gleanings," quoted
Griffiths, Mr., his remarks on Advt. to 1st Book of Homilies
Grindal, Disputant at Cambridge, 1549

Dialogue between Custom and Verity

Letter (from him and Horn) to Bullinger, Feb. 6, 1566-7 on
Kneeling

"Guilty of the Body and Blood of the Lord," explanation of it in Primer
of 1541

Gunning, Bp., alteration of Declaration in 1662

Baxter's account of him in Savoy Conf.

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HALLAM, Mr., on intended confirmation of Eng. Liturgy by Pius ix.
Hammond, Dr., on Real Presence

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Hampton Court Conference, discussion there about Catechism
Hardwick, Mr., his opinion of Art. xxix. of 1552

his account of preparation of Articles of 1552

his account of Parker M.S. of Articles of 1571

Heat, theories of the nature of

Heylin, Dr., his account of Bps' discussion of Articles, May 1571
his account of changes in Commn. Service

on adoration towards the East

Hierurgia Anglicana, quoted -

Homilies of 1547, Advertisement to

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2nd Bk. of, Hom. xv.

Homily on the Sacrament, Pt. 2; reception by the wicked

"of Com. Prayer and Sacraments"

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Hooker, on the Presence due to Christ's nature

Hooper, Bp., his Article on Transubstantiation and Corporal Presence

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Articles ministered to W. Phelps, 1551

his Articles of 1551-2, remarks thereon

his Letter to Bucer, June 19, 1548, on Eucharist

his Letter to Bullinger, Ap. 26, 1549, on Lutheranism
Feb. 5, 1549-50, on Eucharist

ditto

Hours, the, publicly used in England in Dec. 1549
Humphrey and Sampson, Letter to Bullinger, July 1566

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