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John Bradford (c.1510-1555)
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[The copye of a letter, sent by Iohn Bradforth to ... the Erles of Arundel, Darbie, Shrewsburye, and Penbroke, declaring the nature of the Spaniardes, and discovering the most detestable treasons, which thei haue pretended ... agaynste ... Englande. Wherunto is added a tragical blast of the papisticall tro[m]pet. by T.E.] (Wesel? : J. Lambrecht?, 1556)
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All the examinacions of the constante martir of God M. Iohn Bradforde before the Lorde Chauncellour, B. of Winchester the B. of London, [and] other co[m]missioners: whervnto ar annexed, his priuate talk [and] conflictes in prison after his condemnacion, with the Archbishop of york, the B. of Chichester, Alfonsus, and King Philips confessour, two Spanishe freers, and sundry others. With his modest learned and godly answeres. Anno. Domini 1561 (London : In Fleetstrete, at the signe of [the] faucon by William Griffith, and are to be sold at the litle shop in saincte Dunstones churchyard, 1561)
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The complaynt of veritie, made by Iohn Bradford. An exhortacion of Mathewe Rogers, vnto his children. The complaynt of Raufe Allerton and others, being prisoners in Lolers tower, & wrytten with their bloud, how god was their comforte. A songe of Caine and Abell. The saieng of maister Houper, that he wrote the night before he suffered, vppon a wall with a cole, in the newe In, at Gloceter, and his saiyng at his deathe (London : [John Day? for Owen Rogers?], 1559)
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An exhortacion to the carienge of Chrystes crosse wyth a true and brefe confutacion of false and papisticall doctryne. (Wesel? : H. Singleton?, 1555)
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A frutefull treatise and ful of heauenly consolation against the feare of death Wherunto are annexed certeine sweet meditations of the kingdom of Christ, of life euerlasting, and of the blessed state & felicitie of the same. Gathered by that holy marter of God, Iohn Bradford. ([London] : Perused corrected & augmented according to the originall, & imprinted in Fletestrete neere to saint Dunstons Churche by William Powell, 1564)
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Godlie meditations vpon the Lordes prayer, the beleefe, and ten commaundementes with other comfortable meditations, praiers and exercises. Whereunto is annexed a defence of the doctrine of gods eternall election and predestination, gathered by the constant martyr of God Iohn Bradford in the tyme of his imprisonment. The contentes wherof appeare in the page nexte folovvyng. ([London] : Nowe fyrst prynted by Rouland Hall, dwellyng in gutter lane at the signe of the halfe Egle and key, 1562)
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The godly exhortation of holy Father Bradford which he gave to his wife, children and friends a little before his death, who dyed a martyr for the Gospel in Q. Maries days : wherein is plainly shown the excellency of the Protestant religion and the happiness of those that profess and live the same : as also the damnableness of the Romish religion with their bloody and rebellious crimes laid open : with the relation of the murder of that just justice Sir Edmund-bury Godfrey. (London : T. Passenger ..., 1683)
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The good old way, or, An excellent and profitable treatise of repentance made by John Bradford in the yeare 1553. Now published with two prefaces relating the life of the author, and the excellencey of the worke. (London : Leon. Lichfield, 1652)
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The hurte of hering masse. Set forth by the faithfull seruau[n]t of god [and] constant marter of Christ. IhonĖ„ Bradforth, whe[n] he was prisoner in the Tower of London (London : Wyllyam Copland, for Wyllyam Martyne, and ar to be solde at his shope ioininge to the mydle North dore of Paules, at the sygne of the blacke boys, 1561)
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Memoirs of the life and martyrdom of John Bradford, with his examinations, letters, &c. arranged in chronological order. Together with a translation of Bishop Gardiner's book (London : R. Fenn and T. Stevenson, 1832) / added author(s): Stephen Gardiner
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Memoirs of the life and martyrdom of John Bradford: with his examinations, letters, &c. arranged in chronological order. Together with a translation of Bishop Gardiner's book (R. Fenn and T. Stevenson, 1832) / added author(s): Stephen Gardiner
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A sermon of repentaunce, made by Iohn Bradforde (Londo[n] : In Paules Churche yearde, at the signe of the Rose, by [S. Mierdman for] Iohn Wight, 1553)
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Two notable sermons. Made by that worthy martyr of Christ Maister Iohn Bradford, the one of repentance, and the other of the Lordes supper neuer before imprinted. Perused and allowed according to the Queenes Maiesties iniunction (1574 London : Iohn Awdely, and Iohn Wyght, 1574)
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The writings / 1 : Sermons, meditations, examinations, &c. (Cambridge : Univ. Press, 1848)
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The writings / 2 : Letters, treatises, remains (Cambridge : Univ. Press, 1853)
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The writings of John Bradford ... (Cambridge : University Press, 1848)
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The Writings of John Bradford ...: containing sermons, meditations, examinations, etc. ...
Cambridge University Press, 1848GB 
Cambridge University Press, 1853GB 
The writings of John Bradford, M.A., fellow of Pembroke Hall, Cambridge, and prebendary of St. Paul's, martyr, 1555 ... Edited for the Parker society (Cambridge : University Press)
Vol. 1 (1848)
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Vol. 2 (1848) IA 
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