The work was one of those condemned to the flames by whitgift and Bancroft.
Cranmer's successor in the see of Canterbury was Archbishop whitgift.
In 1591 he returned to England, but his Puritan leanings incurred the hostility of whitgift.
At the age of twelve he was sent to Cambridge, and put under whitgift at Trinity.
His policy was no longer the purely Conservative policy of Parker or whitgift; it was aggressive and revolutionary.
whitgift, who succeeded Grindal in 1583, though kind-hearted, was strict in his administration of the law.
These were the rooms specially reserved for his personal use during his lifetime by the pious Archbishop whitgift.
whitgift, in this, as in every other respect, aggravated the rigour of preceding times.
Archbishop whitgift proceeded against these authors with much severity.
whitgift had called both parties to obedience, on the ground that they ought to submit to the queen in indifferent matters.