|Author:||Philpot, John, 1516-1555.|
|Title:||The examinacion of the constaunt martir of Christ, Ioh[a]n Philpot arch diacon of Winchestre at sondry seasons in the tyme of his sore emprisonment, conuented and banted, as in these particular tragedies folowyng, it maye (not only to the christen instruction, but also to the mery recreacion of the indifferent reader) most manifestly appeare. Reade fyrst and than iudge.|
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The examinacion of the constaunt martir of Christ, Ioh[a]n Philpot arch diacon of Winchestre at sondry seasons in the tyme of his sore emprisonment, conuented and banted, as in these particular tragedies folowyng, it maye (not only to the christen instruction, but also to the mery recreacion of the indifferent reader) most manifestly appeare. Reade fyrst and than iudge.
Philpot, John, 1516-1555.
[Emden: E. van der Erve, 1556?]
|Alternate titles:||Examinacion of the constaunt martir of Christ, Johan Philpot Examination of the constaunt martir of Christ, Johan Philpot. Apologie of Iohan Philpot written for spitting vpon an Arrian. Apologie of Johan Philpot written for spitting upon an Arrian.|
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Part 2, An apologie of Iohan Philpot written for spitting vpon an Arrian has half title.
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Church -- Authority -- Early works to 1800.
Arianism -- Early works to 1800.
The examinacion of Iohn̄ Philpot before the Quenes cōmis∣sioners maister Cholmley, maister Ro∣per, & D. Storie, and one of the Scri∣bes of the Arches, at newgate sessions hall. 2. Octob. 1555.
The confuse maner of Iohn Philpots examinaciō had be∣fore the Quenes cōmissioners, ma∣ster Cholm. Roper, D. story, D. Cooke, and the Scribe: the .24. of Octobre .1555. At Newgate sessions hall..
The maner of my calling fyrst before the bishop of Lō¦don the secōd night of my im∣prisonment, in his cole house.
The examinaciō of maister Iohn Phylpot had in the archdea∣cons house of Lōdon the day of October before the bishops of Lōdon, Bathe, worcester and Glocester.
to the reader
The examinacion of Iohn Philpot had before the bishoppes of Lōdon, Roche∣ster, Couētre, S. Asses I trow, & one o∣ther, whose seas I know not: Doctor sto¦rie, Curtop. D. Sauerson, D. Pendletō, with diuers other chaplaynes and gēt∣lemen of the Quenes chamber, with di∣uers other gentilmen, in a galerye of my lord of Londons palace.
The fyfth tragedye.
The vij. examinaciō of Iohn Philpot, had the .xix. of Nouembre, before the bishops of London and Rochester, the chaunce∣ler of Lychefeld, D. Chadsey, ma∣ster Dee, bacheler of diuinitie.
The next daye in the morning bytyme the bishop sent one of his men vnto me, to call me vp vnto his chappel to heare masse.
Marke here the proceding, Ex officio. The next daye after, an houre before day the bishop sent for me agayne by the keper.
Iesus is God with vs Amen. 1555. The examination of Iohn̄ Philpot had on S. Andrewes day last, before the bishop of Duresme, the B. of Chichester, the bishop of Bathe, the bishop of London, the Prolocu∣tor, master Christoforson, & Doctor Chad¦sey, D. Morgan of Oxforde, master Hussey of the Arches, D. weston, D. Harpsfild Archdeacon, master Cosins, and master Iohn̄son regester to the bishop of London, in his palace.
The examinacion of Iohn̄ Philpot on wed¦nesdaye the .4. daye of Decembre before the B. of London, the B. of worcester, and the B. of Bangor.
After them came in to me, D. Chadsey & D. wright Archdeacon of Oxforde, with a great meany mo.
Iesus is God with vs. An Apologie of Io¦han Philpot written for spitting vpon an Arrian, with an inuectiue against the Ar¦rians (the very natural chyldren of An∣tichrist) with an admonition to all that be faythfull in Christ, to be∣ware of them, and of other late sprong heresies, as of the most enemies of the Gospell.