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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Cranmer, Thomas
 
(b. Aslacton, Notts., July 2nd, 1489; d. at stake, Oxford, July 21st, 1556). “Catechismus, that is to say, a Shorte Instruction into Christian Religion for the singular Commoditie and Profyte of Children and Yong People” (1548); “A Defence of the True and Catholike Doctrine of the Sacrament, with a Confutation of Sundry Errors concernyng the Same” (1550); “An Answer unto a Crafty and Sophistical Cavillation devised by Stephen Gardner, Byshop of Winchester, agaynst the Trewe and Godly Doctrine of the moste Holy Sacrament” (1551); “A Confutation of Unwritten Verities, both bi the Holye Scriptures and most Auncient Autors” (1558); etc. “Works” edited by the Rev. H. Jenkyns (1834), and by the Rev. J. C. Cox, for the Parker Society. See Hook’s “Lives of the Archbishops of Canterbury,” the “Lives” by Strype (1694), Gilpin (1784), Todd (1831), Cox (1844), and J. M. Norton (1863); and “Vindication of Cranmer’s Character,” by D’Aubigné (1849).   1
 


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