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Udall, John 1560?-1592

Udall, Udal (both: yū'dəl), or Uvedale, John ('dəl, yūv'dāl), 1560?-1592, English clergyman, educated at Cambridge. He adopted Puritan sympathies and aided John Penry in issuing the anticlerical pamphlets published under the pseudonym Martin Marprelate. Udall was responsible for two tracts (1588) denouncing the episcopacy, The State of the Church of England and A Demonstration of the Truth. In 1590 he was arrested, charged with the authorship of the pamphlets, and sentenced to death. He was pardoned but died in prison shortly thereafter. His well-known Key to the Holy Tongue, a Hebrew grammar and dictionary, was published posthumously in 1593.

Dictionary of National Biography, Volume 58 - 1899 (see page 4)

Cobbett's Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High Treason and Other Crimes and Misdemeanors from the Earliest Period to the Present Time, Volume 1 (1809) By Thomas Bayly Howell, Thomas Jones Howell, William Cobbett, David Jardine (see case 68 on page 1271 for the Trial of John Udall)
The state of the Church of England laid open in a conference between Diotrephes a bishop, Tertullus a papist, Demetrius a usurer, Pandochus an innkeeper, and Paul a preacher of the word of God (April 1588). Edited by Edward Arber (1895)
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A Demonstration of the Truth of that Discipline, which Christ Hath Prescribed in His Word, for ... (1880)
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A demonstration of the truth of that discipline, which Christ hath prescribed in His Word, for the government of His Church, in all times and places until the end of the world (July - November 1588). Edited by Edward Arber (1895)
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