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othe■r, I beg your forgiveness of● all my offences!' The other monks, ea

the three prisoners gu●ilty of high-treason.[119] Thence th■e government proceeded to more eminent victims. ● Fisher and More, confined in t●he same prison, were now treated with m?/p> ■ch in hi

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hat the Holy Ghost w■as descending upon them, and the prior,■ touched by

that these illus●trious captives were endeavoring, ev■en in the Tower, to excite the people to■ revolt. The king and Cromwell could hardly ha●ve believed it, but they imagined that

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■threatened by more formidable enemi●e s. In various parts, especially in

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鰎e and Yorkshire,[118] there were darin g pa●rtisans of the papacy to be
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endeavored to stir up the people to revo lt; and ■thousands of Englishmen
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were r●eady to help them by force of a rms. At the ●same time Ireland wi
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sport■ her soldiers across St. George's Channel and hu■rl the king from
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nry had not im●mediate insurrection for its object, but it en■couraged t

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to revolt. The ●government thinking, t herefore,● that it was time to st

sed to a new examination. But■ they proved as obstinate as their adversaries, ■and perhaps more skilful. 'I have n■o more to do with the titles to be■ given to popes and princes,' sa

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i■ans an absolute order to acknowledge the r●oyal supremacy. {61} =RO
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ERTY INCOMPATIBLE.= At this time there?/span> ?was in reality no liberty on one
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● other. Rome, by not granting it, was consis●tent with herself; but not
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otestantism that denies it●. The Reform ation, acknowledging no othe■r so

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vereign Lord

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and Teacher■ than God, must of necessi ty leave the cons●cience to that
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er, m●an having nothing to do with it. But■ the Roman Church, acknowled?/span>
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as its head, and honori■ng the pope as the representative of God on e■ar