0 f For the Jewes thoght it a great offence to by buryed in the same place that the strangers were.
2 a For they had no autorieit to condemne him or to put any to death.
4 c Althogh he abhorre his sinnes yet is he not displeased there with, but dispaireth in Gods mercies, and seketh his owne destruction.
6 e The hypocrites are full of conscience in a matter of nothing, but to shede innocent blod they make nothing of it.
6 / Or, corbana.
15 / Or, quite.
19 h This was to the greater condemnation of Pilate, whome neither his owne knowledge colde teache nor counsel of others, to defende Christs innocencie.
24 k Pilate beareth witnes that he is innocent, before he condemne him.
25 l If his death be not lawful, let the punishment fall on our heades & our childrens and as they wished, so this cursse taketh place to this day.
34 n It was a kinde of drinke to open the vaines, and so to hasten his death, which was giuen him vpon the crosse.
37 o The maner then was to set vp a writing to signifie wherefore a man was executed: but here God gouerned Pilates hand to write other wise then he thoght.
43 p This was a great tentation to go about to take from him his truste in God, and so to bring him to despaire.
45 s Of Jewrie and the countrey there about.
46 t Notwithstanding that he feeleth him self as it were wounded with Gods wrath and forsaken for our sinnes, yet he ceaseth not to put his conficence in God and call vpon him: which is writen to teache vs in all afflictions to trust stil in God, be the assautes neuer so grieuous to the flesh.
51 y Which signified an end of all the ceremonies of the Lawe.
57 ! Joseph buryeth Christ.
64 ! Watchmen kepe the graue.
66 f The more that men go aboute to subdue Christs powers the more shewe they their owne malice, and procure to them selues the greater condemnation, for as muche as Gods glorie the more appeareth thereby.