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Above, John Wycliffe preaching to a crowd in Oxford; below, the scattering of the ashes of John Wycliffe's bones after his body had been exhumed and his bones burnt 41 years after his death. Etching.

Lettering: Wickliffe promulgating his new doctrine at Oxford, the origin of the Reformation. Wickliffe's bones taken out of the grave and burnt- 41 years after their interment by the Papists.