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John Bale

Select Works. 1849.

Thomas Becon

Early Works, being the Treatises published by him in the reign of Henry VIII. 1843.

The Catechism, with other pieces written by him in the reign of King Edward VI. 1844.

Prayers and other pieces. 1844.

John Bradford
Writings. 1848-53.
volume one
volume two

Henry Bullinger

Decades. 1849, 50, 51, 52.
volume one
volume two
volume three
volume four

James Calfhill

An Answer to John Martiall's Treatise of the Cross. 1846.

Thomas Cooper

An Answer in Defence of the Truth, Against the Apology of Private Masses. To which is prefixed the Work answered. 1850.

Myles Coverdale

Writings and Translations. 1844.
Remains. 1846.

Thomas Cranmer

volume one. 1844.
volume two. 1846.

William Fulke

A Defence of the sincere and true Translations of the Holy Scriptures into the English Tongue, against the Cavils of Greg. Martin. 1843.

Stapleton's Fortress overthrown. A rejoinder to Martiall's Reply. A Discovery of the Dangerous Rock of the Popish Church commended by Sanders. 1848.

Edmund Grindal

Remains. 1843.

John Hooper

Early Writings. 1843.
Later Writings, &c. 1852.

Roger Hutchinson

Works. 1842.

John Jewel

volume one. 1845.
volume two. 1847.
volume three. 1848.
volume four. 1850.

Hugh Latimer

volume one. 1844
volume two. 1845.


The Two Liturgies, A.D. 1549, and A.D. 1552: with other Documents set forth by authority in the reign of king Edward VI. 1844.

Liturgies and Occasional Forms of Prayer set forth in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth. 1847.

John Norden

A Progress of Piety. 1847.

Alexander Nowell

A Catechism, written in Latin: together with the same Catechism translated into English, by Tho. Norton, &c. 1853.

Matthew Parker

Correspondence. 1853.

John Philpot

Examinations and Writings. 1842.

James Pilkington

Works. 1842.


Selected Poetry, chiefly Devotional, of the reign of Queen Elizabeth. 1845.


Private Prayers, put forth by authority during the reign of Queen Elizabeth. With an Appendix, containing the Litany of 1544. 1851.

Christian Prayers and Holy Meditations, as well for Private as Public Exercise. 1842.

Nicholas Ridley
Works. 1841.

Thomas Rogers
The Catholic Doctrine of the Church of England, an Exposition of the Thirty-nine Articles. 1854.

Edwin Sandys
Sermons, &c. 1841.

William Tyndale

Doctrinal Treatises and Introductions to different portions of the Holy Scripture. 1848.

Expositions and Notes on sundry portions of the Holy Scriptures, together with The Practice of Prelates. 1849.

An Answer to Sir Tho. More's Dialogue, The Supper of the Lord after the true meaning of John vi. and 1 Cor. xi., and Will. Tracy's Testament expounded. 1850.

William Whitaker
A Disputation on Holy Scripture, against the Papists, especially Bellarmine and Stapleton. 1849.

John Whitgift

volume one. 1851.
volume two. 1852.
volume three. 1853.

John Woolton
The Christian Manual. 1851.

The Zurich Letters, comprising the correspondence of several English bishops and others, with some of the Helvetian Reformers, during the early part of the reign of Queen Elizabeth.
volume one. 1842.
volume two. 1845.

Original Letters relative to the English Reformation, written during the reigns of King Henry VIII., King Edward VI., and Queen Mary: chiefly from the Archives of Zurich. 1847.

Epistulae Tigurnae [being the Latin original of Original Letters, &c.]. 1848.

General Index [To which are annexed the Latin originals of the Zurich Letters].

Text by the Reverend Walter Hannam

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