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Revolting as this theory may seem now, it was held by most people then, and there was not a man in England, not Sir Thomas More himself, who would have told the King that it was untrue.
His other companions at the bar were Blessed John Larke, priest, whom Blessed Thomas More had presented to the rectory of
True Story of the Catholic Hierarchy deposed by Queen Elizabeth ", a work written in conjunction with Father Knox of the Oratory, came out in 1889;" Blunders and Forgeries ", a very fine piece of cross-examination, in 1890; and the" Life of Blessed Thomas More ", his most popular work, in 1891.
Hallam finds it in the “Utopia” of Sir Thomas More (1480-1535), and in the harangues of the Chancellor l'Hospital of France (1505-1573);
Savonarola (1453-98), Erasamus (1466-1536), and Sir Thomas More
Renouncing obedience to the pope, the despotic monarch constituted himself supreme judge even in ecclesiastical affairs; the opposition of such good men as Thomas More and John Fisher was overcome in blood.