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ord send you a merry Christmas. ●'At the Tower, 23rd December.' It is a ●relief to hope that this scandalous neglect p■roceeded from heedlessness and not● fro

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m cruelty. His requests were granted.● While these sad scenes were enacted in the T●ower, there was great confusion in all E■ngland, where the most opposite parties■ wer

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e in commotion. When the tra●ditional yoke was broken, every man raised up ■his own banner. The friends of More a■nd Fisher wished to restore the papacy?/p>

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?of the Roman bishop; Henry VI■II., Cromwell, and the court th■ought how to establish the supremacy of the kin■g; finally, Cranmer and a few men o●f the same s

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tamp, endeavored to steer be●tween these quicksands, and aspired to introduc■e the reign of Holy Scripture under the banner o●f royalty. This contest between forces so dif

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f■erent, complicated too by the p●assions of the sovereign, was ■a terrible drama destined to wind up not in a ●single catastrophe, but in many. ●Illus

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