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Letters and Tracts(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Letters and Tracts
Codicology:Paper, 315 x 247 mm(Content authored by Corpus Christi College) (12.5 x 8.25 in.). Cent. xvi.
Additions:Flyleaf from a large xvth cent. service-book (ff. ir-iv)(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Foliation: ff. a-b + i-iii + pp. 1-10 + 10a-11a + 11-362 + ff. c-d(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Language: Latin, English and Greek.(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Contents
1.
1-58
Henry VIII, Against the opinions of the Germans(Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Henricus VIII. Angliae, Franciae, &c. rex, contra Germanorum opiniones, de utraque specie, de missa privata, et de conjugio sacerdotum (Content authored by Nasmith)
Ad initium annotavit Parkerus, “collecta per Cuthbertum Dunelmensem et recognita per Henricum R. 8.” Et ad finem, “Hi quaterniones de utraque specie, de missa privata, de conjugio sacerdotum servate erant in cistis Cutberti Dunelmensis morientis in aedibus Lambethi Matthaei Cantuariensis, et mihi Matthaeo date per executores praedicti Cutberti.”
Ad pag. 13, occurrit brevis quaedam sententia propria manu regis scripta, et ad finem altera ab ipso Cuthberto, ut annotavit Parkerus.
Anno 1536, venerunt in Angliam legati a principibus Germanicis, qui per duos menses cum theologis quibusdam Anglicanis a rege designatis de nonnullis religionis articulis disputarunt; imprimis questi sunt legati de quibusdam abusibus adhuc toleratis, qui fundamentum tyrannidis pontificiae sustentare videbantur, praesertim de tribus articulis supra memoratis. Rex eis in hoc scripto respondet, et ea verae religionis Christi esse dogmata probare conatur(Content authored by Nasmith)
3
Incipit:
Litteras vestras Egregii ac prestantissimi oratores
2.
59-60
Letter of Walter Haddon to Matthew Parker, with the epitaph of bishop Turnstall (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Epistola Gualteri Haddon ad Mattheum Cantuariensem cum epitaphio Tunstalli archipresulis hortatu, ut videtur, scripto (Content authored by Nasmith)
The epitaph is in Stow's Survey, ed. Strype Appendix I 85 and Ducarel's Lambeth
3.
61-64
Letter from the privy-council to archbishop Matthew Parker, Hampton-court 27 September 1559 (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Letter from the privy-council to archbishop Parker, desiring him to lodge Tunstall bishop of Durham in his house, to confer with him on matters of religion, and to suffer none to have access to him but those whom he should himself appoint. Hampton-court 27 September 1559 (Content authored by Nasmith)
Parker Correspondence LXIII
4.
65-66
Letter from William Cecil to Matthew Parker, Westminster 5 October 1559 (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Letter from secretary Cecill to the archbishop, expressing his concern that the bishop of Durham could not be prevailed upon to conform to the established religion, and hoping that the queen would assign him a suitable pension. Westminster 5 October 1559 (Content authored by Nasmith)
Parker Correspondence LXV
5.
67-76
Letter from William Cecil to Matthew Parker October 2 (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
From the same, acquainting the archbishop how pleased the queen and council were with the hopes he gave them of the bishop's conformity, October 2 (Content authored by Nasmith)
Parker Correspondence LXIV
pp. 69-76 blank
6.
77-84
Excerpts from the church fathers on the marriage of priests (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Excerpta ex patribus de conjugio sacerdotum (Content authored by Nasmith)
Nos. 6-8, 10, 11 are all in one hand, contemporary with that of no. 1 and not unlike it
7.
85-134
On monastic vows (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
De votis monasticis (Content authored by Nasmith)
87
Incipit:
Quamquam piis omnibus
Nos. 6-8, 10, 11 are all in one hand, contemporary with that of no. 1 and not unlike it
8.
135-168
On the marriage of priests (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
De conjugio sacerdotum (Content authored by Nasmith)
137
Incipit:
Multi palam fatentur
Nos. 6-8, 10, 11 are all in one hand, contemporary with that of no. 1 and not unlike it
9.
169-172
Letter from Sir Anthony Cook to Matthew Parker (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Letter from sir Anthony Cook to archbishop Parker (Content authored by Nasmith)
169
A short note dated 2 September 1561 followed by (p. 170) extracts de secundis nuptiis
10.
173-198
On the sound custom of the sacrament of the eucharist (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
De usu integri sacramenti corporis et sanguinis Christi (Content authored by Nasmith)
173
Incipit:
Multi vociferantur
Nos. 6-8, 10, 11 are all in one hand, contemporary with that of no. 1 and not unlike it
11.
199-218
Arguments against private mass (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
Contra privatam missam (Content authored by Nasmith)
199
Incipit:
Quod missa seu usus sacramenti
Nos. 6-8, 10, 11 are all in one hand, contemporary with that of no. 1 and not unlike it
12.
219-362
On the sacraments and various other doctrines and rites of the church (Content authored by Corpus Christi College)
De sacramentis et variis dogmatibus et ritibus ecclesiasticis (Content authored by Nasmith)
In the same hand as nos. 12-15 in MS 104
It occupies 72 ff. separately paged from the rest of the volume
219
Rubric:
De deo
219
Incipit:
Audi Israel deus tuus unus est
Ends
356
Explicit:
Nonnulla precedentibus annexa sunt meo iuditio non diuulganda uiris in germanica lingua non exercitatis cum ob multa tum maxime quod seditionem magis quam veram pietatem et concordiam sapiant. sed de illis breui latius. I. G. T. (Jacobus Gislenus Thalassius)
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