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" The number of those who believed in Wickliff's doctrine very much increased, and were multiplied like suckers growing from the root of a tree. They every where filled the kingdom; so that a man could scarcely meet two people on the road but one of them... "
The history of the life and sufferings of ... John Wicliffe - Page 143
by John Lewis - 1720 - 80 pages
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Wycliffe and the Lollards

John Charles Carrick - Lollards - 1908 - 364 pages
...Wycliffe movement, so much so that a Roman Catholic writer declared in the oft-quoted sentence — " A man could not meet two people on the road, but one of them was a disciple of Wycliffe." The persecution which ensued drove some back to their former views; 'but Wycliffe...
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Reginald Pecock, Churchman and Man of Letters: A Study in Fifteenth Century ...

Emmet A. Hannick - English literature - 1922 - 162 pages
...Vatic. Calixti III, vol. 462, fol. 326-327. 8. Knighton tells us ("Knighton de Event. Angliae c. 2663 ") "that a man could not meet two people on the road, but one of them was a disciple of Wycliffe. . . . For that they always pretended in all their body of a hundred thousand...
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The Light of the Ages: A Study of the Advance of Spiritual Ideas, in the ...

Myrtle Strode Jackson - Christian Science - 1925 - 536 pages
...opinion and the populace was still strongly on his side. A Romanist chronicler of the period wrote: "A man could not meet two people on the road, but one of them was a disciple of Wycliffe." And what did Wycliffe do after he had been bereft of the scholarly honours which...
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Publications, Issue 137

Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Board of Publication - 1844 - 572 pages
...growing from the root of a tree. They every where filled the kingdom ; so that a man could scarcely meet two people on the road but one of them was a disciple of Wjckliff." Knighton also says, "They so prevailed by their laborious urging of their doctrines,...
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