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CORRECTIONS AND ADDITIONS.
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61. The Edinburgh Catechism,
172. after Ponet, in a reply to it,
CHAPTER I. .
The accession of Edward-Cranmer's commission as archbishop from the new sovereign-His speech at the coronation of the king-He proceeds cautiously to the abandonment of transubstantiation and the mass-His opinion of Romish ceremonies as resembling those of the heathens-Confirmed by many of our divines—General visitation of the kingdom— Injunctions-Homilies-The Paraphrase of ErasmusQueries preparatory to the first Communion Service-The Answers of Cranmer-The Order of the Service published.
By the will of Henry, Cranmer was now placed at the head of a regency, by which, during the minority of Edward, the kingdom was to be governed. Of the sixteen persons, who composed the regency, the majority inclined to the Protestant cause. In ecclesiastical affairs Cranmer