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Lives of the English martyrs declared blessed by Pope Leo XIII in 1886 and 1895

Volume 2: Martyrs under Queen Elizabeth

Published by London : Burns and Oates, New York : Benzinger Bros. .
Written in English.

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Table of Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS.
INTRODUCTION.
§ I. Elizabeth's Settlement of Religion ix
§ II. Resistance to the Settlement of Religion by the Crown is considered Treason xii
§ III. The Northern Rising xiv
§ IV. The Excommunication xv
§ V. The Martyrs of 1570 to 1572 xvii
§ VI. Increase of Missionary Zeal and of Persecution in 1580 xxii
§ VII. Reasons for the Increase of Persecution xxiii
(a) Sir Francis Walsingham
(b) Errors of Catholic Politicians
(c) The Fictitious Papal League
(d) Other Reasons
§ VIII. Persecution at its height xxvii
§ IX. The Procedure of Martyrdom xxviii
§ X. Authorities xxxix
§ XI. Writers of the Present Volume xli
TABLE OF CONTENTS
LIVES OF THE MARTYRS.
I. B. John Felton, Layman.
St. Paul's Churchyard, August 8, 1570 1
II. B. John Storey, Layman.
Tyburn, June 1, 1571 14
III. BB. Thomas Percy and Thomas Plumtree.
Durham, January 4, 1571, and York, August 22, 1572 111
IV. B. Thomas Woodhouse, Secular Priest.
London, June 13, 1573 186
V. B. Cuthbert Mayne, Proto-Martyr of the Seminary Priests.
Launceston, November 29, 1577 204
VI. B. John Nelson, Jesuit.
Tyburn, February 3, 1577-8 223
VII. B. Thomas Sherwood, Layman.
Tyburn, February 7, 1577-8 234
VIII. B. Everard Hanse, Secular Priest.
Tyburn, July 31, 1581 249
IX. B. Edmund Campion, Jesuit.
Tyburn, December 1, 1581 266
X. B. Ralph Sherwin, Secular Priest.
Tyburn, December 1, 1581 358
XI. B. Alexander Briant, Jesuit.
Tyburn, December 1, 1581 397
XII. B. John Payne, Secular Priest.
Chelmsford, April 2, 1582 424
XIII. B. Thomas Ford, Secular Priest.
Tyburn, May 28, 1582 443
XIV. B. John Shert, Secular Priest.
Tyburn, May 2S, 1582 460
XV. B. Robert Johnson, Secular Priest.
Tyburn, May 28, 1582 474
XVI. B. William Filby, Secular Priest.
Tyburn, May 30, 1582 491
XVII. B. Luke Kirby, Secular Priest.
Tyburn, May 30, 1582 500
XVIII. B. Lawrence Richardson {vere Johnson), Secular Priest.
Tyburn, May 30, 1582 523
XIX. B. Thomas Cottam. Jesuit.
Tyburn, May 30, 1582 536
XX. B. William Lacey, Secular Priest.
York, August 22, 1582 564
XXI. B. Richard Kirkraan, Secular Priest.
York, August 22, 1582 578
XXII. B. James Thompson (alias Hudson), Secular Priest.
York, November 28, 1582 589
XXIII. B. William Hart, Secular Priest.
York, March 15, 1583 600
XXIV. B. Richard Thirkeld, Secular Priest.
York, May 29, 1583 635
Writers in this Volume.
Ed. -- Dom Bede Camm, O.S.B. -- Nos. I., II., VII., VIII., X., XIII., XXI., XXII., XXIII., XXIV.
H. S. B. -- Father Henry Sebastian Bowden, Cong. Orat -- No. IX.
E. S. K. -- Father Edward S. Keogh, Cong. Orat -- Nos. I., IV., V., VI., VIII., X., XI., XII., XIII., XIV., XV., XVI., XVII., XVII I., XIX., XX.
G. E. P. -- Father George E. Phillips, of Ushaw College. -- No. III.
J. H. P. -- Father John H. Pollen, S.J. -- Introduction, Nos. IV., IX., XI., XVII., XIX.

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL25891927M
Internet Archive
LivesOfTheEnglishMartyrsV2
OCLC/WorldCat
8102941
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