Engraved title-page to Gilbert Burnet, 'The History of the Reformation of the Church of England The Second Part' (London, Richard Chiswell, 1681); title in cartouche in upper centre; at top, Elizabeth I, seated between two pillars, a lion and a griffin, holding 'The Holy Bible' and a cornucopia; below title to left, church interior with Edward VI kneeling in prayer on a cushion at an altar, his crown beside him, with (presumably) Archbishop Cranmer on the left, and other figures kneeling in prayer in the background; below title to right, Cranmer, Bishop Nicholas Ridley, and Bishop Hugh Latimer burning at the stake, with Queen Mary I and a monk observing from a balcony above. Engraving
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