The History of the Reformation of the Church of England, Vol. 2 of 2 (Classic Reprint)

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Collection, to Cromwell in April 1536. He gave a strict commandment to his archdeacons Number 41 to warn all in the monasteries within the act, not to embezzle or to convey away any thing belonging to the house; and if they had done any such thing to restore it. He. Ordered them to give warning to all others not to meddle with any such goods. He had also warned the mayor of York and his brethren, and the master of the mint there, to receive none of the goods or plate of these monasteries: having thus expressed his care in that matter, he made an earnest suit for two places that were of the patronage of his see. The one was St. Oswalds, which was a free chapel; the prior was removable at the arch bishop's pleasure, and he might put secular priests in it if he pleased. The other was Hexham upon the borders of Scotland, which was once an episcopal see and there not being a house between Scotland and that lordship, if that house should go down, there would be a great waste that would run far into the country: whether he obtained these suits or not, does not appear to me: after that he adds, that he had given order that no preachers should be suffered that preached novelties, and did sow seeds of dissension some after that they were forbid to preach, did go on and preach still, he had ordered process against them; some of them said they would get the king's licence: if that were done, he must be silent, but he hoped Cromwell would hinder that, and give him notice if they had obtained the king's licence: some said they had the archbishop of Canterbury's licence; but none of these should be obeyed there, none but the king's licences and his.

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