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Foxe's Book of Martyrs: Trapp 1784

Foxe, John. The Book of Martyrs: Containing an Account of the Sufferings & Death of the Protestants in the Reign of Queen Mary the First.

Illustrated with copper plates. Originally written by Mr. John Fox. Now carefully revised and Corrected with a Recommendatory. Preface by the Rev. Mr. Madan. (London: H. Trapp), 1784.

Provenance unknown. T. R. Sugden on the spine. Once owned by John Lomas, 1851.

Contents:

Key to the following list of plates:
Number denoted on Directions to the Bookbinder. Text from the engraving. Individual panels separated by a "/" slash. (Engraver information.) Page the plate is facing. [Location listed in Directions to the Bookbinder, if different from the actual location.]

List of Plates:

Frontispiece. The Bishops who Suffered Martyrdom for the Protestant Faith, under the Persecution of Q: Mary 1st. John Hooper, Ld. Bp. of Gloucester. Suffer'd at Gloucester, Feb. 9, 1555. Nicholas Ridley, Ld. B. of London. Suffer'd at Oxford, Oct. 12, 1555. Thomas Cranmer, Ld. Arch Bishop of Canterbury. Suffer'd at Oxford, Mar. 21, 1556. Robert Farrar, Ld. Bp. of St. Davids. Suffer'd at Carmarthen, Feb. 22, 1555. Hugh Latimer, Ld. Bp. of Worcester. Suffer'd at Oxford, Oct 16, 1555. (Terry sculp, Pater noster Row.; Publish'd as the Act directs, Jan. 10, 1784 for H. Trapp, Pater-noster Row.) title page
Title page. The Book of Martyrs. (Terry Sculp, Pater noster Row.; Publish'd as the Act directs, Jan. 10, 1784 for H. Trapp, Pater-noster Row.) frontispiece
A Dagger thrown at Mr. Bourn while Preaching. / The Beheading Sr. Thos. Wyatt. (Terry Sculp Pater noster Row.; Publish'd as the Act directs, for H. Trapp, Pater-noster Row.) p. 5
The beheading of Lady Jane Dudley. / The beheading of the Duke of Suffolk. (G. Terry, Sculp. Pater noster Row.; Publish'd as the Act directs, for H. Trapp, Pater-noster Row.) p. 21
The Procession to St. Mary's Church Cambridge. (Terry, Sculp, No.62, Pater noster Row.; Publish'd as the Act directs, for H. Trapp, Pater-noster Row.) p. 29
A Cat hung up in Cheapside, habited like a Priest. / The hanging of Mr. Mantle, and the Rope breaking. (G. Terry Sculp, Pater noster Row.; Publish'd as the Act directs, 1776 for H. Trapp, Pater-noster Row.) p. 74
The Burning of Master Lawrence Sanders at Coventry. / The Burning of Master John Rogers Vicar of St. Sepulchres & Reader of St. Pauls in London. (Terry Sculp Pater noster Row.; Publish'd as the Act directs, for H. Trapp, Pater-noster Row.) p. 103
Dr Taylor Rebuking a Popish Priest who was about to say Mass in Hadley Church The Burning of John Hooper at Glocester. [sm] [med] [lg] / Dr. Taylor, Rebuking a Popish Priest who was about to say Mass in Hadley Church. [med] [lg] (Terry Sculp Pater noster Row.; Publish'd as the Act directs, for H. Trapp, Pater-noster Row.) p. 113
Burning of Thomas Tomkins Hand by Bishop Bonner The Burning of William Hunter. / The Burning of Thomas Tomkins. [sm] [med] [lg] / The Burning of Thomas Tomkins Hand by Bishop Bonner. [med] [lg] (G. Terry Sculp No.62 Pater noster Row.; Publish'd as the Act directs, Oct. 26, 1776 for H. Trapp, Pater-noster Row.) p. 151
Dr. Cranmer plucked down from the Stage by Fryars, & Papists, for ye true Confession of his Faith in St. Mary's Church in Oxford. (G. Terry Sculp, Pater noster Row.; Publish'd as the Act directs, for H. Trapp, Pater-noster Row.) p. 151
The Martyrdom of John Laurence, at Colchester. / The Martyrdom of Dr. Taylor, who was burnt on Aldham Common. (G. Terry Sculp, Pater noster Row.; Publish'd as the Act directs, for H. Trapp, Pater noster Row.) p. 159
Burning of Dr Farrar and Rawlins White The Burning of Dr. Farrar, Bp. of St. David's. / The Martyrdom of Rawlins White. [med] [lg] / Thomas Wats, taking leave of his Wife & Children. / The Martyrdom of Thomas Haukes. [sm] [med] [lg] (Terry, Sculp, 54, Pater noster Row.; Publish'd as the Act directs, for H. Trapp, Pater noster Row.) p. 161
The Burning of George Marsh. / The Martyrdom of John Cardmaker & John Warne. / The Woman in the Cage, on London Bridge. (G. Terry Sculp, No. 54, Pater-noster Row.; Publish'd as the Act directs, by H. Trapp, Pater-noster Row.) p. 178
Thomas Hinshaw scourgd by the Bp Bonner, in His Orchard at Fulham Cutbert Simson upon the Rack. [sm] [med] [lg]/ Thomas Hinshaw scourgd by the Bp. Bonner, in His Orchard at Fulham. [med] [lg] (G. Terry Sculp, Pater noster Row.; Publish'd as the Act directs, for H. Trapp, Pater noster Row.) p. 202
Twenty two Prisoners brought in one Band from Colchester to London The Burning of Four Martyrs in Canterbury. [sm] [med] [lg] / Twenty Two Prisoners brought in one Band from Colchester to London. [med] [lg] (G. Terry Sculp, Pater-noster Row.; Publish'd as the Act directs, for H. Trapp, Pater-noster Row.) p.302
The Martyrdom of Dirick Carver. / The Martyrdom of Margery Polley. / The Martyrdom of John Denley. / The Martyrdom of Thomas Iveson. (G. Terry Sculp No. 54 Pater-noster Row.; Publish'd as the Act directs by H. Trapp, Pater-noster Row.) p. 306
The Burning of Wm. Coker, Wm. Hopper, H. Laurence, R. Colliar, R. Wright, & Wm. Steere, at Canterbury. / Robert Smith, George Tankerfield, & their fellow-Prisoners conferring together in Newgate. (G. Terry Sculp, Pater noster Row.; Publish'd as the Act directs 1776, by H. Trapp, Pater-noster Row.) p. 315
Examination of Wm Hale / King, Wade, Leyes and Andrews in Lollards Tower The Examination of Wm. Hale before Bp. Bonner. / G. King J. Wade T. Leyes & W. Andrews in Lollards Tower. [med] [lg] / The Martyrdom of Mr. Robt. Samuel, Minister of Barford in Suffolk. (Terry Sculp, Pater noster Row.; Publish'd as the Act directs by H. Trapp, Pater-noster Row.) p. 316
Martyrdom of Catmer, Streater, Burward, Brodbridg, and Tutty at Canterbury The Martyrdom of G. Catmer, R. Streater, A. Burward, G. Brodbridg, and I. Tutty, at Canterbury. [med] [lg] / The description of a Popish Priest who when he had taken away ye Glory & Office of Christ, fell down suddenly and dyed. [sm] [med] [lg] (Terry Sculp, 54 Pater noster Row.; Publish'd as the Act directs, for H. Trapp, Pater noster Row.) p. 336
The Martyrdom of W. Wolsey, & R. Pygot at Ely. / The Martyrdom of C. Bungey, & R. Glover, at Coventry. / The manner of Burying W. Wiseman, in the Fields, who died in Prison. (G. Terry Sculp, Pater-noster Row.; Publish'd as the Act directs, for H. Trapp, Pater-noster Row.) p. 344
Mr. Latimer, Preaching before King Edward VI, at Westminster. (Terry Sculp Pater-noster Row.; Publish'd as the Act directs, for H. Trapp, Pater-noster Row.) p. 362
The Martyrdom of Dr. Ridley and Mr. Latimer at Oxford, Dr. Smith Preaching at the time of their Suffering. (Publish'd as the Act directs, for H. Trapp, Pater noster Row.) p. 414
The Burning of John Lomas, A. Albright, J. Catmer, A. Snoth & J. Sole, at Canterbury. / The Martyrdom of T. Whittle, B. Green, J. Tutson, J. Went, T. Brown, Isabel Foster, & Joan Warne. / The Burning of C. Lyster J. Mace J. Spencer, S. Joyne, R. Nichols & J. Hammond at Colchester. / The Burning of Agnes Potten, and Joan Trunchfield, at Ipswich. (Terry Sculp 54 Pater noster Row.) p. 517
The Martyrdom of Dr. Thomas Cranmer at Oxford. (G. Terry Sculp No. 62 Pater-noster Row.; Publish'd as the Act directs for H. Trapp, Pater-noster Row.) p. 518
The Martyrdom of H. Adlington, L. Parnam, H. Wye, W. Hallywell, T. Bowyer, G. Searles, E. Hurst, L. Cawch, R. Jackson, J. Derifall, J. Routh, Eliz. Pepper, and Agnes George, at Stratford, Bow (G. Terry Sculp, Pater noster Row.; Publish'd as the Act directs, for H. Trapp, Pater-noster Row.) p. 582
Burning of Katherine Cawches and her two Daughters in the Isle of Garnesy The Martyrdom of Julius Palmer, John Gwin, and Thomas Askin, at Newbery. [sm] [med] [lg] / The Burning of Katherine Cawches, and her two Daughters in the Isle of Garnesy. [med] [lg] (G. Terry Sculp, Pater-noster Row.; Publish'd as the Act directs, for H. Trapp, Pater-noster Row.) p. 602
The Martyrdom of T. Loseby, H. Ramsey, T. Thirtell, Margt. Hide & Agnes Stanley in Smithfield. / The Burning of William Flower, in St. Margaret's Church-Yard, Westminster. (G. Terry, Sculp No. 54, Pater noster Row.; Publish'd as the Act directs, by H. Trapp, Pater noster Row.) p. 646
The Burning of Woodman, Stevens, Mainard, Hosman, Wood, M. & J. Morris, Burges, Ashdon, & Groves, at Lewes. / The Burning of Rose Allins Hand by Edmund Tyrill. (G. Terry Sculp, Pater noster Row.; Publish'd as the Act directs, for H. Trapp, Pater noster Row, Cheapside.) p. 686
The Burning of Margaret Thurston and Agnes Bongeor, at Colchester. / The Martyrdom of Ralph Alderton, Jas. Austoo, Margery Austoo, & Richd. Roth, at Islington. / The Burning of Cicely Ormes at Norwich. (G. Terry Sculp No. 54 Pater noster Row.; Publish'd as the Act directs, by H. Trapp, Pater-noster Row.) p. 699
The Martyrdom of R. Milles, S. Cotton, R. Dynes, S. Wight, J. Slade, & W. Pikes, at Brainford. / The Burning of W. Seaman, T. Carman, & T. Hudson, at Norwich. / The Burning of John Noyes, at Laxfield. / The Martyrdom of John Kurde, at Northampton. (Terry Sculp, Pater-noster Row.; Publish'd as the Act directs, for H. Trapp, Pater-noster Row.) p. 717
The manner of carrying Nicholas Burton through the City of Sevill to the Place of his Martyrdom. (G. Terry Sculp No. 62 Pater noster Row.; Publish'd as the Act directs, for H. Trapp, Pater-noster Row.) p. 729
Frontispiece to the Primitive Martyrs. (T. Smith Sculp; Publish'd as the Act directs, for H. Trapp, Pater-noster Row.) title page
I. Fox, A.D. 1587, A.Et. 70. (T. Smith Sculp.; Publish'd as the Act directs, for H. Trapp, Pater noster Row.) p. 5
St. Laurence laid on the Gridiron by Decius or Gallienus. / Christians put into a Copper of Boiling Oil. (T. Smith Sculp.; Publish'd as the Act directs, for H. Trapp, Pater-noster Row.) p. 76
Flaying the alive. Cutting out the Tongues of Christians. / Roasting a Christian, pouring Vinegar and Salt on his Members. (T. Smith Sculp.; Publish'd as the Act directs, for H. Trapp, Pater noster Row.) p. 84 [85]
Variety of Tortures exercised on Christians. / Christians cruelly thrust through. Christians thrust under the Nails with Thorns. (T. Smith Sculp.; Publish'd as the Act directs, for H. Trapp, Pater noster Row.) p. 85 [86]
The Order and manner of taking up ye Body of John Wickliff, and Burning his Bones 41 years after his Death. / The Martyrdom of George Scherter. (Terry Sculp Pater-noster Row.; Publish'd as the Act directs, for H. Trapp, Pater-noster Row.) p. 115
The Burning of John Badby in Smithfield. (T. Smith del et sculp.; Publish'd as the Act directs, by H. Trapp, Pater-noster Row.) p. 150
The Martyrdom of John Hus. (T. Smith delin et sculp.; Publish'd as the Act directs for H. Trapp Pater-noster Row.) p. 238
The Death of Jerom of Prague. (T. Smith delin et sculp.; Publish'd as the Act directs, by H. Trapp, Pater-noster Row.) p. 245
The Cruel Martyrdom of Sr. John Oldcastle, Lord Cobham. (T. Smith delin et sculp.; Publish'd as the Act directs for H. Trapp, Pater-noster Row.) p. 247