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MOST REVEREND FATHER IN GOD
SOMETIME LORD ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY,
THE HISTORY OF THE CHURCH,
THE REFORMATION OF IT, DURING THE PRIMACY OF THE SAID ARCH-
MATTERS RELATING THEREUNTO, NOW FIRST
PUBLISHED (1694) IN THREE BOOKS.
COLLECTED CHIEFLY FROM RECORDS, REGISTERS, AUTHENTIC
JOHN STRYPE, M. A.
PRINTED BY T. COMBE, PRINTER TO THE UNIVERSITY,
ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY SOCIETY.
MONG those to whom the Editor has been
most indebted in the preparation of this volume, he is bound especially to name his grace, the most reverend the archbishop of Canterbury, patron of the Ecclesiastical History Society, who has liberally permitted him to have free access to the Registers and other MSS. preserved in the archiepiscopal library at Lambeth; to whom he would most respectfully beg to be allowed to tender his most grateful thanks. His especial thanks are also due to J. B. Lennard, esq., Privy Council Office, Whitehall, for the facilities kindly afforded by him for the collation of the MSS. Council Books under his care. He would also thankfully acknowledge his obligations to the Rev. J. Thomas, M.A., librarian to his grace the archbishop of Canterbury; the Rev. A. Hackman, M.A. Christ Church, Oxford; the Rev. H. Christmas, M.A., F.R. S., F. S. A., librarian of Sion College; and Felix Knyvett, esq., the Palace, Lambeth.
Ecclesiastical History Society's Office,