Author:Thomas Norton (1532-1584)

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Thomas Norton
(1532–1584)

English lawyer, politician, poet and translator

Works[edit]

Plays[edit]

Tracts and other works[edit]

  • Discourse touching the pretended Match betwene the Duke of Norfolk and the Queene of Scottes (1569)
  • Orations of Arsanes agaynst Philip, the trecherous king of Macedone, with a notable Example of God's vengeance uppon a faithlesse Kyng, Quene, and her children,’ London, by J. Daye (1570?) [uncertain attribution]
  • A Bull granted by the Pope to Dr. Harding and other, by reconcilement and assoylying of English Papistes, to undermyne Faith and Allegeance to the Quene, With a true Declaration of the Intention and Frutes thereof, and a Warning of Perils thereby imminent not to be neglected (1567)
  • A Disclosing of the great Bull and certain Calves that he hath gotten, and specially the Monster Bull that roared at my Lord Byshops Gate (1567)
  • An Addition Declaratorie to the Bulles, with a Searching of the Maze (1567)
  • A Discourse touching the pretended Match betwene the Duke of Norfolke and the Queene of Scottes (n.d.)
  • Epistle to the Quenes Majestes poore deceyued Subjects of the North Countrey, drawen into Rebellion by the Earles of Northumberland and Westmerland (1569)
  • A Warnyng agaynst the dangerous Practices of Papistes, and specially the Parteners of the late Rebellion. Gathered out of the common Feare and Speeche of good Subjectes (1569)

Translations[edit]

  • Letter which Peter Martyr wrote to the Duke of Somerset (1850), by Pietro Martire Vermigli
  • Institutions of the Christian Religion (1561), by John Calvin
  • ‘Certayne Psalmes chosen out of the Psalter of David, and drawen into English metre by Thomas Sternhold containing All such Psalmes of David as Thomas Sternhold didde in his lyfetime draw into English metre (1549)
  • A Catechisme or first Instruction and Learning of Christian Religion, by T. Norton (1570), by Alexander Nowell
  • A Catechisme or Institution of Christian Religion to be learned of all youth next after the little catechisme appoynted in the Booke of Common Prayer (1572), by Alexander Nowell
  • The Little Catechisme (1577), by Alexander Nowell

Works about Norton[edit]

Works by this author published before January 1, 1927 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.