The Writings of John Bradford, Vol. II - Containing Letters, Treatises, Remains

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The English religious martyr JOHN BRADFORD (1510-1555) was an Anglican who spent the last several years of his life in the Tower of London, imprisoned by the newly ascended Catholic queen Mary Tudor. Bradford spent his years in the Tower, before he was burned at the stake as a heretic, sharing his thoughts on God with anyone who would read them. In Volume II of Bradford's collected writings-some composed before his incarceration, and some during-discover his letters, treatises, and other assorted works, including: . treatise on the old man and the now . treatise on the flesh and the spirit . declaration concerning religion . letter to the Queen and Parliament . admonition to lovers of the Gospel . farewell to the city of London . and much more.

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Bp Ridley to Bradford about January 18 1555
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To Abp Cranmer and Bps Ridley and Latimer probably January 18 1555
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LXM Bp Ridley to Bernhere probably January 19 1555
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Bp Ridley to Bradford probably January 20 1555
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To Saunders probably about January 20 1555
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To Saunders probably about January 211555
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Saunders to Bp Ferrar Taylor Bradford and Philpot
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To Trewe and others about January 30 1555
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To Traves about February 1550
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To Bernhere Careless c July 1553
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To Punt about August 1553
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To Mistress Wilkinson and others
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To his mother and others October 6 1553
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To Warcup and Wilkinson Novcmb 19 1553
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To Harrington and wife December 20 1553
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To Harrington and another Jan 1554 GO XXIV To Harrington and wife February 12 1554
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XXVII To his mother February 24 1554
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To his mother about Febr 241554
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To a friend
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Bp Eidley to Bradford probably April 1554
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fXXXII To Sir James Hales April 121554
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To Lady Vane
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Bp Bidley to Bradford early in May 1554
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To Lady Vane
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XXXVI Rawlins to Bradford Antwerp July 31 1554
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To Mistress Honywood
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XXXVIII To Mistress Coke July 23 1554
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To Humphrey Hales August 5 1554
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To Humphrey Hales and wife August 8 1554
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tXLI To Mistress Joyce Hales August 8 1554
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To Harrington and wife on confession
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To Mistress Wilkinson and Mistress Warcup
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To Royden and wife probably autumn of 1554
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To Mistress Brown
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XLVI To a freewiller 1554
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To Mistress Honywood
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To Cole and Sheterden
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To Sir William Fitzwilliam
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Lever to Bradford Zurich October 25 1554
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To Lord Russell
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LH To Lady Vane
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To Lady Vane on the papal supremacy
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To Mistress Joyce Hales
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To Mistress Honywood
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To a friend
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tLVII Bp Ridley to Bernhere about December 18 1554
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Bp Ridley to Bradford about December 20 1554
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To Mistress Warcup
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To certain freowillers January 11555
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To Mistress Wilkinson
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To Lady Vane February 5 1555
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To Bernhere about February 81555
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To Eaton February 8 1555
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first time
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LXXVI To Mistress Joyce Hales February 8 1555
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Bp Ridley to Bernhere about February 10 1555
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Bp Ridley to Bradford about February 10 1555
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1LXXX To Hart Cole and others February 161555
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Bp Ridley to Bradford end of February 1555
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To a lady March 2 1555 on attending the Romish service
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LXXXIII To Mistress Joyce Hales March 14 1555
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Bp Ridley to Bradford probably end of March 1555
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To Dr Hill
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Bp Ridley to Bradford probably middle of April 1555
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To Cole
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To Hall and wife
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Bp Ridley to Bradford
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To Rawlins and wife
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XCI Mistress Longsho to Bradford
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To a gentlewoman
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To Shalcross and wife
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To Careless
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Careless to Bradford
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To Careless
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fXCVII To Adn Philpot
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To Hopkins
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To Mistress Hall
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To his mother June 241555
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To Bernhere and Mistress Hales June 301555
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Three pieces from Emmanuel MSS Cambeidge Meditation on the passion of our Saviour
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Prayer on the ten Commandments
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Fragment on St Johns Gospel
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Confutation or four Romish doctkines editorial preface
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Hum of hearing Mass editorial preface
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Meditation on the Kingdom of Ciiiust with editorial
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Lines on affliction
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1V Bp Hooper to Sir William Cecil April 17 1551
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INDEX to Volumes I and II
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