2 edition of life of Dr. Nicholas Ridley, sometime Bishop of London found in the catalog.
life of Dr. Nicholas Ridley, sometime Bishop of London
Ridley, Glocester 1702-1774.
Includes bibliographical references.
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|Pagination||xxv, 689 p.,  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||689|
John Knox was born sometime between and in or near Haddington, the county town of East Lothian. His father, William Knox, was a merchant. All that is known of his mother is that her maiden name was Sinclair and that she died when John Knox was a child. Their eldest son, William, carried on his father's business, which helped in Knox's international : c. , Giffordgate, Haddington, Scotland. Thomas Cranmer (2 July – 21 March ) was a leader of the English Reformation and Archbishop of Canterbury during the reigns of Henry VIII, Edward VI and, for a short time, Mary helped build the case for the annulment of Henry's marriage to Catherine of Aragon, which was one of the causes of the separation of the English Church from union with the Holy essor: William Warham.
Dr. Barnard, sometime chaplain to Dr. Usher, late Lord Archbishop of Armagh, hath declared in a late book called Clavi Trabales, printed by Richard Hodgkinson, anno , that in his search and examination of the said bishop’s manuscripts, he there found the three written Books, which were supposed the 6, 7, and 8, of Mr. Hooker’s Books of. Nicholas Ridley was a leading voice in the Protestant movement in the English Church and was executed for heresy and treason in the reign of Queen Mary I. In , during the reign of Edward VI, Ridley was named Bishop of Rochester. He worked with Thomas Cranmer to develop the Book of Common Prayer and was enthroned as Bishop of London in.
On this day in , Bishop Nicholas Ridley and Bishop Hugh Latimer were burned at the stake in Oxford. Ridley and Latimer were convicted of heresy due to their opposition of the Marian Counter-Reformation in England. The following year in , Archbishop Thomas Cranmer would be burned in the same spot. Ridley, Nicholas. The Works of Nicholas Ridley, D.D., Sometime Lord Bishop of London, Martyr, Sometime Lord Bishop of London, Martyr, () PDF; Rogers, Thomas. The Catholic Doctrine of the Church of England: An Exposition of the Thirty-nine Articles () PDF; Sandys, : Reformation.
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Nicholas Ridley, (born c. /03, South Tynedale, Northumberland, Eng.—died Oct. 16,Oxford, Oxfordshire), Protestant martyr, one of the finest academic minds in the early English Reformation.
Ridley attended Pembroke Hall, Cambridge, and was ordained a priest (c. After a period of study in France, he returned to Cambridge, where he settled down to a scholarly career.
Now remaineth a word or two to be declared of his gentle nature and kindly pity in the usage of an old woman called Mrs. Bonner, mother to Dr. Bonner, sometime bishop of London, which I thought good to touch, as well for the rare clemency of Dr. Ridley, as the unworthy inhumanity and ungrateful disposition again of Dr.
Bonner. The life of Dr. Nicholas Ridley: sometime Bishop of London: shewing the plan and progress of the Reformation. In which he was a principal Instrument, and suffered Martyrdom for. A breef declaration of the Lordes supper, written by the singular learned man, and moste constant martyr of Christe: Nicholas Ridley bishop of London, prisoner in Oxforde, a little before he suffered death for the ture testimonye of Iesus Christe Ridley, Nicholas.
[ Book: ]. Ridley, Glocester (). The life of Dr. Nicholas Ridley, sometime Bishop of London, shewing the plan and progress of the Reformation in which he was a principal instrument and suffered martyrdom for it in the reign of Queen Mary. London: J. Whiston & B. White and R. NICHOLAS RIDLEY: BISHOP AND MARTYR.
HIS LIFE, TIMES, AND WRITINGS. Nicholas Ridley, Bishop and Martyr, is a man whose name ought to be a household word among all truehearted English Churchmen. In the noble army of English Reformers, no one deserves a higher place than Ridley.
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The behaviour of Dr. Ridley and Master Latimer, at the time of their death, which was the sixteenth of October, The Works of Nicholas Ridley, D.D: Sometime Lord Bishop of London, Martyr, avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 8 editions3/5(1). A review of Mr. Phillips's History of the life of Reginald Pole: By Glocester Ridley, LL.B Ridley, Glocester, [ Book, Microform: ].
Haile and E. Bonney, eds., Life and letters of John Lingard, – (London, ), p. Catholicon, or the Christian Philosopher, 4 (), pp. 12, –2. * I would like to express my gratitude to Mark Goldie for his comments on an earlier draft of this article, and also for the advice and suggestions received from the Cited by: 2.
Ridley, Gloucester, The Life of Dr Nicholas Ridley, Sometime Bishop of London Shewing the Plan and Progress of the Reformation (). Shelford, Richard, Lectures or Readings Upon the 6 Verse of the 22 Chapter of Proverbs Concerning the Vertuous Education of Youth ().Cited by: The following is an excerpt from The Works of Nicholas Ridley Sometime Lord Bishop of London and Martyr, page iv.
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