The Sermons of Thomas Brinton, Bishop of Rochester (1373-1389) - Vol. 1

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THE SERMONS OF THOMAS BRINTON, BISHOP OF ROCHESTER (1373-1389)

VOL. I

EDITED BY SISTER MARY AQUINAS DEVLIN, O.P., Ph.D.

CAMDEN THIRD SERIES

VOLUME LXXXV

LONDON

OFFICES OF THE ROYAL HISTORICAL SOCIETY

96 CHEYNE WALK, S.W.10

1954

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Introduction ix
  • Sermon 4 1
  • Sermon 5 7
  • Sermon 6 8
  • Sermon 6 14
  • Sermon 6 22
  • Sermon 6 28
  • Sermon 6 32
  • Sermon 6 37
  • Sermon 6 42
  • Sermon 13 49
  • Sermon 14 55
  • Sermon 15 58
  • Sermon 15 60
  • Sermon 15 66
  • Sermon 15 71
  • Sermon 15 74
  • Sermon 20 80
  • Sermon 21 84
  • Sermon 21 87
  • Sermon 21 94
  • Sermon 24 97
  • Sermon 25 99
  • Sermon 26 102
  • Sermon 27 104
  • Sermon 27 109
  • Sermon 27 117
  • Sermon 27 119
  • Sermon 27 125
  • Sermon 27 130
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  • Sermon 27 140
  • Sermon 27 145
  • Sermon 27 151
  • Sermon 27 157
  • Sermon 38 163
  • Sermon 39 169
  • Sermon 40 177
  • Sermon 41 180
  • Sermon 41 185
  • Sermon 41 190
  • Sermon 44 194
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  • Sermon 49 218
  • Sermon 50 222
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