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Lever, Thomas 1521-1577

Thomas Lever (Leaver, Leiver) (1521–1577) was an English Protestant reformer and Marian exile, one of the founders of the Puritan tendency in the Church of England

The lives of the Puritans: containing a biographical account of those divines who distinguished themselves in the cause of religious liberty, from the reformation under Queen Elizabeth, to the Act of uniformity in 1662 (Volume 1) (1813) Audio Book (in progress) (see page 213 for article on Thomas Lever)
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Dictionary of National Biography, Volume 33 - 1893 (see page 142)
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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Thomas Lever, M.A.: Fellow and Preacher of St. John's College, Cambridge --Sermons: 1550. Carefully Edited by Edward Arber (1836-1912) - 1870
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English Reprints: Carefully Edited by Edward Arber: Thomas Lever, M.A. SERMONS. 1550 (1870) WITH "A Discourse of English Poetry by William Webbe, Graduate, 1586
Notes of the Life and Writings of thomas Lever
1. The Sermon in the Shrouds of St. Paul's Church - Feb. 2, 1550
2. The Sermon Before King Edward VI. - March 16, 1550
3. The Sermon at Paul's Cross - December 14, 1550
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Protestant Nonconformist Texts: 1550 to 1700 / edited by R. Tudur Jones
Early Separatism in London: Letter of Thomas Lever to Henry Bullinger, 8 August 1559 (see page 19)
Original letters relative to the English reformation: written during the reigns of King Henry VIII, King Edward VI, and Queen Mary: Chief from the Archives of Zurich, Volume 1 (1846) By Hastings Robinson
(pages 150-169 for letters written by Thomas Lever)
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