4 b This tradition was obserued according to the time and place that all things might be done in comelines & to edification.
4 a This is a referred to commune prayer and preaching: for althogh one speake, yet the action is commune, so that the whole Church may be said to praye or preache.
4 / Or, preaching.
7 e Or receiueth her glorie, in commendation of man, & there fore is subject.
10 g To whome thei also shew their dissolution, and not onely to Christ.
11 i For as God made the woman of man, so now is man multiplied by the woman.
15 l For God hathe giuen to woman longer heere then vnto man, to the end she shulde trusse it vp about her head, whereby she declareth that she must couer her head.
19 n Gods Church is not onely subject to discension as touching ordres and maners, but also to heresies as touching doctrine.
23 o Who oght onely to beare autoritie in the Church.
24 p Signifying the maner of his death when his bodie shulde, as it were, betorne and broken with moste grieuous torments (albeit not as the thies of the thieues were) the which thing the breaking of the bread, as a figure, doeth moste liuely represent.
29 r But as thogh these holie mysteries of the Lords bodie & blood were commune meats, so without reuerence he commeth vnto them.
30 s Or, dye. Let them loke to them selues which ether adde or take away from the Lords institution.