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  • Admonition to the Parliament_, in which he defended those who had been imprisoned for airing their opinions in the first _Admonition_.

    A Short History of English Printing, 1476-1898

  • He wrote an answer to Cartwright's "Admonition" and was preferred to the Deanery of Lincoln and Bishopric of Worcester.

    The Cathedral Church of Canterbury [2nd ed.].

  • The passages selected as treasonable in the "Admonition" do not include the prayer for a Jehu.

    John Knox and the Reformation

  • The consequences of the "Admonition" came home to Knox when English refugees in Frankfort, impeded by him and others in the use of their

    John Knox and the Reformation

  • Such were the charges brought against Knox by these English Protestant exiles, fleeing from the persecution that followed the "Admonition," and, they say, took fresh ferocity from that tract.

    John Knox and the Reformation

  • "Admonition" before the magistrates of Frankfort as "a book which would supply their enemies with just ground for overturning the whole Church, and one which had added much oil to the flame of persecution in England," deny that they desired more than that Knox might be ordered to quit the place.

    John Knox and the Reformation

  • Knox has wandered far from his counsel of "passive resistance" in his letter to his Berwick congregation; he has even passed beyond his "Admonition," which merely prayed for a Phinehas or Jehu: he has now proclaimed the right and duty of the private Protestant assassin.

    John Knox and the Reformation

  • This is plain truth, and when some of Knox's English brethren later behaved to him in a manner which we must wholly condemn, their conduct, they said, had for a motive the mischief done to Protestants in England by his fiery "Admonition," and their desire to separate themselves from the author of such a pamphlet.

    John Knox and the Reformation

  • 'Admonition' by Cardinal Allen -- and that he knew nothing of any bull, and had no regard to it. '

    History of the United Netherlands, 1588a

  • a more conservative turn: the reformers were outvoted; Knox was driven from the town by the magistrates "in fear of the Emperor" whom he had outraged in an "Admonition" to the English people which he had lately issued; and the English service was restored.

    History of the English People Volume 4 (of 8)

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