The lives of Hugh Latimer, bishop of Worcester, and of Bernard Gilpin. bishop of Worcester, and of Bernard Gilpin doubt duty endeavour enemies England esteem faith fame fathers favour fear friends gave Gilpin give God's godly gospel hath hear heart holy Hugh Broughton insirmities king knew Latimer learning letter likewise living London. The Life of Hugh Latimer. New York: General Protestant Episcopal Sunday School Union and Church Book Society. pp. William Gilpin. The Lives of Hugh Latimer, Bishop of Worcester: And of Bernard Gilpin. London: R. Blamire. pp. Charles Montgomery Gray. Hugh Latimer and the Sixteenth Century: An Essay in Interpretation. Harvard University Press. The lives of Hugh Latimer, bishop of Worcester, and of Bernard Gilpin / By William Gilpin. Abstract "A sermon preached in the court at Greenwich, before King Edward VI, the first Sunday after the Epiphany, MDLII, by Bernard Gilpin": p. Mode of access: InternetAuthor: William Gilpin. Gilpin, William, The lives of Hugh Latimer, bishop of Worcester, and of Bernard Gilpin / (London: Printed for R. Blamire ; sold by B. Law, ) (page images at HathiTrust) Gilpin, William, The lives of John Trueman, Richard Atkins, &c: (London: printed for R. Blamire, ) (HTML at ECCO TCP).
The life of Bernard Gilpin: collected from his life written by George Carleton, bishop of Chichester, from other printed accounts of the times he lived in, from original letters, and other authentic records () The life of Hugh Latimer, Bishop of Worcester ()Born: 4 June , Cumberland. The year of Latimer's birth is not definitely known. In the Life by Gilpin it is given as , a palpable error, and possibly a misprint for 1 Foxe. states that at "the age of fourteen years he was sent to the university of Cambridge," and as he was elected fellow of Clare in , his year of entrance was in all likelihood Latimer himself also, in mentioning his conversion from Romanism about , . Hugh Latimer was a Fellow of Clare College, Cambridge, and Bishop of Worcester before the Reformation, and later Church of England chaplain to King Edward VI. In under the Catholic Queen Mary he was burned at the stake, becoming one of the three Oxford Martyrs of Anglicanism. The Right Reverend Hugh Latimer Bishop of Worcester ChurchChurch of England DioceseWorcester In office– PredecessorGirolamo Ghinucci SuccessorJohn Bell Church: Church of England. Vol. 2 title: Sermons and remains of Hugh Latimer.. Sermons by Hugh Latimer, sometime Bishop of Worcester, Martyr, Item PreviewPages:
item 2 The Lives Of Hugh Latimer Bishop Of Worcester, Gilpin New-, - The Lives Of Hugh Latimer Bishop Of Worcester, Gilpin New-, $ Free shipping. item 3 The Lives of Hugh Latimer Bishop of Worcester by William Gilpin (English) Wild Art Phaidon Coffee Table Book David Carrier Joachim Pissarro Hardcover. Hugh Latimer was famous as a preacher. He was Bishop of Worcester (pronounced WOOS-ter) in the time of King Henry, but resigned in protest against the King's refusal to allow the Protestant reforms that Latimer desired. Latimer's sermons speak little of doctrine; he preferred to urge men to upright living and devoutness in prayer. ebook version of The life of Hugh Latimer, Bishop of Worcester. By William Gilpin, M.A. The life of Hugh Latimer, Bishop of Worcester. By William Gilpin, M.A. (Gilpin, William, ) ,,p. ; 8⁰. Critical observations on the sixth book A dialogue between a dissenter and the O. Bishop Hugh Latimer By Mike Huggins Aug at Has anyone traced their tree back to the family of the English martyr Bishop Hugh Latimer? comments powered by Disqus More Replies: Re: Bishop Hugh Latimer. Mark Shaffer 5/08/ Re: Bishop Hugh Latimer. Robert Dudas 3/18/