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#The supper of our Lord set foorth according to the truth of the Gospell and Catholike faith. By Nicolas Saunder, Doctor of Diuinitie. With a confutation of such false doctrine as the Apologie of the Churche of England, M. Nowels chalenge, or M. Iuels Replie haue vttered, touching the reall presence of Christe in the Sacrament Supper of our Lord set foorth in six bookes#

##Sander, Nicholas, 1530?-1581.## The supper of our Lord set foorth according to the truth of the Gospell and Catholike faith. By Nicolas Saunder, Doctor of Diuinitie. With a confutation of such false doctrine as the Apologie of the Churche of England, M. Nowels chalenge, or M. Iuels Replie haue vttered, touching the reall presence of Christe in the Sacrament Supper of our Lord set foorth in six bookes Sander, Nicholas, 1530?-1581.

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#####Front##### CVm Regiae Maiestatis priuilegio sub 20. m•…sis Augusti anni 1565. permissum esset Nicolao Saundero AVthor ipse huius voluminis Nicolaus Saūder sacrae Theologiae Professor eius est apud nos fidei, vt

  1. TO THE BODY AND BLOOD OF ou•… Sauiour Iesus Christ vnder the foormes of bread and wyne all honour praisc and thanks be geuen for •…uer.

#####Body##### The Contentes of the first Booke.1. The preface to the Reader.2. Notes concerning the translation of _ The Contentes of the first Booke.

_ The preface to the Christian Reader.

_ ¶ Certeyne notes about the vse and translation of holy scripture to be remembred of hym that shall reade this booke.

_ ¶ The state of the question betwen the Lutherans, Zuinglians, 〈◊〉, and Catholikes, concerning the Sacr•…ment of the altar.

_ ¶ what the supper of Christ is, according to the bel•…e of the Catholikes.

_ ¶ wh•…t the supper of Christ is according to the doctrine of the Protestants and Sacramentaries, with a confutation thereof.

_ ¶ A speciall 〈◊〉 of Caluin is con•…ed, who taught this is my body, which is geuen for you, to be words of promise in the way of preaching at Christes supper, whereas they are words of perfoormance in the way of working.

¶ The preface of the second Booke.FOr so muche as contraric things, one being set against the other, _ ¶ The preface of the second Booke.

_ The Chapiters of the second Booke.

_ ¶ The Catholikes require their cause to be vprightlye tried by the holy Scriptures, which they haue alwayes studied and reuerenced.

_ ¶ It is proued by the word of God, that euill men receaueThe secōd Chapiter. the body of Christ in his supper.

_ ¶ The auncient Fathers teach, that euill men receaueThe third chapiter. truly the body of Christ.

_ ¶ What is the true deliuerance of Christes bodyThe fourth Chapiter. and blood.

_ ¶ what it is which nourisheth vs in the supper ofThe fifth Chapiter. Christ▪

_ ¶ The vnion, which is made by eating ChristesThe sixth 〈◊〉. reall flesh, must n•…s be a naturall vnion, •…ore it be a mysticall.

_ ¶ That the Apologie speaking of the Lords supper,The seuē th chapter goeth cleane from the word of God.

_ ¶ That S. Ambrose and S. Augustine taught moeThe eigth chapiter. then two Sacraments.

_ ¶ That the supper of our Lord is the chief SacramentThe nynthe chapiter. of all, but not acknowledged of the Apologie, according to the word of God.

_ ¶ That the supper of our Lord is both the signe ofThe. x. Chapiter. Christes body, and also his true body, euen as it is a Sacrament.

_ ¶ What signe must chiefly be respected in the SacramentThe. xi. chapiter. of Christes supper. And what a Sacrament is.

_ ¶ which argument is more agreable to the word of God, it is a token of the body, made by Christ, andThe. xij. Chapiter. therefore not the body, or els, therefore it is the true body of Christ.

_ ¶ The words of Christes supper are not figuratiue,The. xiii. Chapiter. nor his token a common kind of tokens.

_ ¶ That the supper of our Lord is no Sacrament atThe. xiiij. Chapiter. all, if these words of Christ, (This is my body, and This is my blood) be figuratiue.The •…rence betwen •…res of 〈◊〉 & 〈◊◊〉.

_ ¶ The reall presence of Christes body is that, whichThe. xv. Chapiter. setteth his death and life before vs.

_ ¶ Our thanksgeuing and remembrance of Christes death is altogether by the reall presence of his body.The. xvi. Chapiter.

_ ¶ The true resurrection of our bodies commeth byThe. xvii. Chapiter. eating that body of Christ, which is both true and is true in vs.

_ ¶ Nothing is wrought in the supper of Christ accordingThe 〈◊◊〉. to the doctrine of the Sacramentaries.

_ ¶ The reall presence of Christes flesh is proued by theThe. xix. Chapiter. expresse naming of flesh, blood, and body, which are names of his humane nature.

_ ¶ It is a cold supper which the Sacramentaries assigneThe. xx. Chapiter. to Christ, in comparison of his true supper.

_ ¶ By eating we touche the body of Christ, as it mayThe. xxi. Chapiter be touched vnder the foorm of bread.

_ ¶ The •…acramentaries haue neither vnderstanding,The. 〈◊〉. Chapiter. nor faith, nor spirit, nor deuotion to receaue Chri•…t withall.

_ ¶ The reall presence of Christes body is proued byThe. xxiii. Chapiter. the confession of the Apologie.

_ ¶ The contrarietie of the Apologie is shewed, andThe. 〈◊〉. Chapiter. that the lifting vp of our harrs to heauen is no good cause, why we should lift the body of Christ from the altar.

_ ¶What be grosse imaginations concerning the supperThe. xxv. Chapiter. of Christ.

_ ¶What the first Councel of Nice hath taught concerningThe. xxvi. Chapiter. Christes supper.

_ ¶ That the Catholiks haue the table of Egles, andThe. 〈◊〉 Chapiter. the Sacramentaries haue the table of Iaies.

_ ¶ The bread, that is the meate of the mind and not of theThe. 28. Chapiter. belly, can be no wheaten bread, but only the bread of lyfe which is the body of Christ.

_ ¶ Sacramētall eating differreth from eating by faithThe. 〈◊〉. 〈◊〉. alone whereof only S. Augustine speaketh in y• place al•…aged by the Apologie.

¶ The preface of the third Booke.THe mysterie of Christes supper was so great, that not onlyGen. 14. _ ¶ The preface of the third Booke.

_ The Chapiters of the third booke.

_ ¶ The argument of the sixth Chapiter of S. Ihon isThe first Chapiter. declared.

_ ¶ It is proued by circumstances & by ye cōference of holyThe secōd Chapiter. Scriptures y• Christ speaketh in S. Ihon of his last supper.1. The tyme of Easter.

_ ¶ It is proued out of the holy Fathers and generallThe third Chapiter. Councels, that Christ in S. Ihon spake of his last supper.

_ ¶ Answer is made to their obiections, who teache outThe iii•…. Chapit. of the holy fathers, that the sixth chapiter of S. Iohn ought to be expounded only of spiritual eating.

_ Their reasons are aunswered who denye Christ to speake properly of his last supper in S. Ihon.

_ ¶ The meate tarying to euerlasting life, which ChristThe 〈◊〉. Chap. promiseth to geue, is meant of his reall flesh and blood to be geuen at his last supper.

_ ¶The equalitie of substance with his father (which Christ allegeth for his gift) proueth the reall presence of his bodyThe vii. Cha•…tt. and blood in the Sacramēt of the altar, euen as God the Father gaue hun reall fleshe and blood at his incarnation.

_ ¶ Seing Christ is the bread of life to vs by the gift of his flesh, the eating of that flesh by our faith & spiritThe 〈◊〉▪〈◊〉. only suffiseth not, but it self also must be really eaten.

_ ¶ By the three diuerse geuings which are named, in S.The. ix. Chapiter. Ihon, it is shewed that Christ geueth his reall flesh vnder the figure of an other thing.

_ ¶ By the shadow of the law past, and by the 〈◊〉 truthe to come in heauē, it is perceaued, that y• midleThe x. Chapiter. state of the new Testament requireth the reall presence of Christes body vnder the forme of brea•….

_ ¶ The bread that Christ promiseth to geue which is his flesh, must nedes be meant of the substance ofThe. xi. Chapiter. his flesh.

_ ¶ A farther declaration of the reall presence of Christes boThe 〈◊〉. Chapiter. dy & blood taken out of the discourse of his •…wn words concerning the different eating of him by f•…ith, and the re•…auing of his fleshe and bl•… in the S•…amente of the •…ltar.

_ ¶ The like precept made to men o•…lawful age forThe xi•…ij. 〈◊〉. caring Chris•…es flesh, as was made generally for 〈◊〉, sheweth his 〈◊〉 to be as really present i•… his 〈◊〉, as 〈◊〉 is in 〈◊〉.

_ ¶That S. Augustine did not teach these words, except ye eate the flesh &c. to betoken the eating o•… Christ on•…y by faith and spirit, nor yet the eating o•… materiall bread with 〈◊〉 remembrance of him, but the eating of his flesh, to the•…d we may be the better wyned to the spirit of God.

_ ¶ Christes slesh being meate in dede, must nedes be really receaued into our bodyes.

_ ¶ By the maner of our tarying in Christ it is proued,The xvi. chapit. that we receaue his reall flesh into our bodies.

_ ¶ We are made one with Christ by natural participationThe xvi•…. Chapiter. of his flesh, as he, being one nature with his Father, hath assumpted our nature into his own person.

_ ¶ The eating of Christes flesh was so true, that itThe 〈◊〉. Chapiter. was taught with the losse of many disciples.

_ ¶ The right vnderstanding of those words: It is the spiriteThe xix. Chapiter. that quickeneth, the flesh profiteth nothing.

_ ¶ The words of Christ being spirit and life shew, thatThe xx. Chapiter. his reall flesh is made present in his last supper aboue all course of nature and reason.

The preface of the fourth booke.VUe haue shewed what proufes may be brought out of Christes promise _ The preface of the fourth booke.

_ The Chapiters of the fourth Booke.

_ ¶ That no reason ought to be heard, why ye words ofThe first Chap•…ter. Christes supper should now be expound•…d vnproperly or figuratuely. and that the Sacramentaries can neuer be sure thereof.

_ ¶ That as all other, so the words of Christes supperThe ii. Chapiter. ought to be taken properly, vutill the contrarie doth euidently appeare.

_ ¶ The proper signification of these words This is my body, and This is my blood, is, that the substanceThe ii•…. Chapiter. of Christes body and blood is couteyned vnder the visible formes of bread and wine.

_ ¶ That the pronoun (this) in Christes wordes canThe 〈◊〉. Chapiter. point neither to bread nor to wine.

_ ¶ That the pronoun (this) can not point to any certain acte, which is a doing about the bread and wine.The v. Chapiter.

_ ¶That the pronoune (this) pointeth finally to the bodyThe vi. Chapiter. and blood, and particularly sig•…fieth in Christes supper one certein kinde of fo•…e.

_ ¶The naming of the chalice proueth not the rest ofThe vii. Chapiter. Christes words to be figuratiue.

_ ¶ That the words of Christes supper be proper,The 〈◊〉. Chapiter. though many other be figuratiue and vnproper.

_ ¶ It is shewed by the circumstāces of Christes supper, that he made his reall flesh and blood present vnder the formes of bread and wine, and consequently that his words are proper.

_ ¶ The first circumstance of Christes last supper is to consyder who made it.

_ ¶ The second circumstance may be, to consyder the tyme when the supper was made.

_ ¶ The third circumstance concerning the persons, who were at the last supper.

_ ¶ The fourth circumstance concerning the ending of the old passouer, and the making of a new.

_ ¶ The fyfth circumstance concerning the preface which Christ made before his supper.

_ ¶ The sixth circumstance concerning the loue which moued Christ to institute this Sacrament.

_ ¶ The vij. circumstance of washing the Apostles feete.

_ ¶ The 〈◊〉. Circumstance, concerning the place of the last supper.

_ ¶ The nyntenth circumstance of the taking bread and wine.

_ ¶ The tenth circumstance of blessing.

_ ¶ The eleuenth circumstance, of gening thankes.

_ ¶ The xii. Circumstance, of breaking.

_ ¶ The xiij. circumstance, of geuing.

_ ¶ The xiiii. Circumstance of saying.

_ ¶ The fiftenth circumstance, of taking.

_ ¶ The sixtenth circumstance, of eating.

_ ¶ The 〈◊〉. circumstance, of these words, this is my body.

_ ¶ The. 〈◊〉. circumstance, of these words: Which is geuen for you.

_ ¶ The xix. Circumstance, of the verb facere, to doe, or make, or to offer sacrifice.

_ ¶ The xx. Circumstance of the pronoun hoc, this thing.

_ ¶ the xxi. Circumstance, of the words, in meam commemorationem, for the remembrance of me.

_ ¶ The xxij circumstance, of these words: Drink ye all of this.

_ ¶The xxiii circumstance of these words: This is my blood.

_ ¶ What the new Testament is, whereof the holy Scripture speaketh.

_ ¶ The. xxiiij. circumstance, of the blood of the new Testament.

_ ¶ The xxv. Circumstance, of these words: this cup or chalice.

_ ¶ The xxvi. Circumstance of the verb est, left out in S. Lukes words.

_ ¶ The xxvij. Circumstance, of these words: whiche is shed for you.

_ ¶ The last circumstance, of the Hymne sayd at Christes supper.

_ ¶ The real presence of Christes body and blood, and theThe x. Chapiter. proper meaning of his words, is proued by the conference of holy scriptures taken ou•… of the new Testament, and speaking of our •…ords supper.

_ ¶ Why the Sacrament is called bread after consecration.The 〈◊〉. Chapiter.

_ ¶ The presence of the body and blood of Christ in hisThe xii. Chapiter. last supper is proued by the conference of holy scriptures taken out of the old Testament.

_ ¶ The figure of Abel.

_ ¶ The figure of Melchisedech.

_ ¶ The figure of the 〈◊〉 Lambe.

_ ¶ The Prophecie and figure of Manna.

_ ¶ The figure of the old Testament.

_ ¶ The prophecit and figure of Iob.

_ ¶ The prophecies of Dauid and Salomon.

_ ¶ An other Prophecie of Dauid.

_ ¶Many figures and prophecies ioyned together for breuities sake.

_ ¶ These words of Christes supper hoc facite, do notThe xi•…. Chapiter. only signifie doe this: but much rather make this thing, whereof it foloweth, that y• body of Christ is commaunded to be made.

_ ¶What these words doe signifie, For the remembrance of me: & that they much help, to proue Christes reall presence v•…der the formes of bread and wine.

_ ¶ Answere is made to the chalenge of M. Nowell concer•…ng the difference betwene, I am the true vine, and, This is my body.

_ M. Nowell.M. Nowell. ¶Is not this as plainlie spoken and as pithily, I am a true, or a very vine: as, this is my body?

_ M. Nowell. ¶ Nay, if Christ had sayd likewise, this is my true & very body, as he sayd, I am a true or very vine what a rule had we then had?

_ M. Nowell. ¶ Christ saith, Ego sum panis, I am bread: and yet no transubstantiation of his body into bread. Why should these words, Hoc est corpus meum, this is my body, more transubstantiate bread into his body?

The preface of the fift Booke.ALmighty God knowing the reall presence of his Sonnes flesh vnder the _ The preface of the fift Booke.

_ The Chapiters of the fyfth Booke.

_ ¶The real presence of Christes body and blood is prouedThe first Chapiter. by the blessing and communicating of Christes blood, where of S. Paule speaketh.

_ ¶ The reall presence is proued by the name of breakingThe second 〈◊〉 piter. and communicating.

_ ¶ The presence of Christ in his supper is proued byThe iij. Chapiter. the one bread, which being receaued of vs maketh all vs one body.

_ ¶ The reall presence is proued by ioyning together allThe iiij. Chapiter. the former wordes.

_ ¶ Now we are one mysticall body in Christ.The fyfth Chapiter.

_ ¶ The reall presence is proued by the example, which S. Paule vseth concerning the Iewes and Gentils.The vi. Chap•…ter.

_ ¶ The reall presence is proued by the kind of shewing Christes death.

_ ¶ The real presence is proued by the illation, which S.The 〈◊〉. Chapiter. Paule maketh concerning the vnworthy eating and drinking of euill men.

_ ¶ The reall presence is proued, because vnworthyThe ix. Chapiter. receauers are gilty of Christes body and blood.

_ ¶ The reall presence is proued, by the kynde of discerningThe x. Chapiter. our Lords body.

_ ¶ No •…igure, which is not in substance ChristesThe xi. Chapiter. body, can make any man, by eating it negligently gilty of Christes naturall body.

_ ¶ The reall presence of Christes body is confirmed by the oft rep•…rting of the name of flesh, body, blood, eating, drinking and such like wordes.

The preface of the sixth booke.BEcause the adoration of the body and blood of Christe in the Sacrame _ The preface of the sixth booke.

_ The Chapiters of the sixth Booke.

_ ¶ The adoration of Christes body is proued out ofThe first Chapiter. the Prophete Dauid.

_ ¶ The adoration of Christes body is proued againThe secōd Chapiter. out of the Prophet Dauid.

_ ¶It is proued out of the Prophetes, that it can be noThe third Chap•…ter. idolatrie to worship the body and blood of Christ in the Sacrament of the altar.

_ ¶ The adoration of Christes body in the Sacrament is proued out of the new Testament.The iiij.Chapiter.

_ ¶ That the Fathers of the first six hundred yeres afterThe fyfth Chap•…. Christ did adore the body and blood of Christe in the Sacrament of the altar.

_ ¶The adoration of the body and blood of Christ isThe sixth Chapiter. proued by the custom of the Priests and people of the first six hundred yeres.

_ ¶ The reall presence of Christes body and blood vnderThe vii. Chapiter. the formes of bread and wine, is proued by the testimonies of the auncient Fathers.

_ ¶ The reall presence of Christes body is proued by theThe vij. faith of the whole Church of God in all tymes andChapiter. ages.

_ ¶ That no man possibly can be condemned, for beleuingThe ix. the body of Christ to be really present in the SacramentChapiter. of the altar.

The preface of the seuenth booke.I•…d thought to haue ended my treatise of our Lords supper, with su _ The preface of the seuenth booke.

_ The Chapiters of the seuenth Booke.

_ ¶ Master Iuel hath not answered D. Harding well, touching the words of Christes supper.

_ ¶ That the supper of Christe is a naked and bare figure, according to the doctrine of the Sacramentaries.

_ ¶ That Christes body is receaued by mouth, andThe third Chapiter. not by faith only.

_ ¶ M. Iuell hath not replied wel touching the 6. ChapiterThe 〈◊〉. of S. Iohn, but hath abused as well the Ghospel, as diuerseChapiter. authorities of the Fathers.

_ ¶ M. Iuel hath not replied wel touching the Capharnaites.The v. Chapiter.

_ ¶ M. Iuel hath not conferred the supper with the sixthThe vi. Chapiter. of S. Ihon as it ought to be.§ 7.

_ ¶ M. Iuel hath not disputed well touching the omnipotencie of Christ, in promising the gift of hisThe vi•…. Chapiter. flesh.

_ ¶ Whether the Catholiks or Sacramentaries expoundThe viij.Chapiter. more vnproperly or inconueniently the words belonging to Christes supper.The v. diuision.

_ ¶ A notable place of S. Augustine corrupted byThe ix.Chapiter. M. Iuel.

_ ¶ Of the signification of aduerbes.The x.Chapiter.

_ ¶ Of the first Author of the Sacramentarie he•…sie.

_ ¶ Of Christes glorified bodie, and the place of S.The 〈◊〉. Hierom expounded.Chapiter.

_ ¶A place of S. Chryso•…ome expo•…nded.The xii•…. Ch•…piter.

_ ¶ The difference betwene Baptism and ourThe xii•…. Lords supper.Chapiter.

_ ¶ M. Iuel replieth not well, touching the authoritieThe xv. Chapiter. alléged out of the Nicene Councell.

_ ¶ Whether Christes body dwel really in our bodiesThe xv•…. by his natiuity.Chapiter.

_ ¶ Whether Christes body dwell in our bodies by faithThe xvij. really, or no.Chapiter.

_ ¶ The contradiction of M. Iuel concerning ChristThe 〈◊〉 Chapiter. really dwelling in vs by fai•…, & not really dwelling in vs by faith &c.

_ ¶ Whether Christ dwelleth really in our bodies byThe 〈◊〉. baptisme, or no?Chapiter.

_ ¶ Whether Christ dwelleth really in our bodies by theThe xx. Chapiter. Sacrament of the altar, or no.

_ ¶ That Christes body is proued to be really in theThe xxi. Sacrament by S. Chrysostoms words.Chapiter.

_ ¶ It is proued that S. Hilarie taught the body ofThe xxij. Christ to be really in the Sacrament.

_ ¶ That the place of 〈◊〉•…erteineth to the Sacrament of Christes supper.

_ ¶ That M. Iuel hath not well answered the places ofThe 〈◊〉 Chapiter. S Cyrillus.

_ ¶ The Conclusion.

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16. pb 882 @facs (882) : tcp:16931:1 (2), tcp:16931:2 (2), tcp:16931:3 (2), tcp:16931:4 (2), tcp:16931:5 (2), tcp:16931:6 (2), tcp:16931:7 (2), tcp:16931:8 (2), tcp:16931:9 (2), tcp:16931:10 (2), tcp:16931:11 (2), tcp:16931:12 (2), tcp:16931:13 (2), tcp:16931:14 (2), tcp:16931:15 (2), tcp:16931:16 (2), tcp:16931:17 (2), tcp:16931:18 (2), tcp:16931:19 (2), tcp:16931:20 (2), tcp:16931:21 (2), tcp:16931:22 (2), tcp:16931:23 (2), tcp:16931:24 (2), tcp:16931:25 (2), tcp:16931:26 (2), tcp:16931:27 (2), tcp:16931:28 (2), tcp:16931:29 (2), tcp:16931:30 (2), tcp:16931:31 (2), tcp:16931:32 (2), tcp:16931:33 (2), tcp:16931:34 (2), tcp:16931:35 (2), tcp:16931:36 (2), tcp:16931:37 (2), tcp:16931:38 (2), tcp:16931:39 (2), tcp:16931:40 (2), tcp:16931:41 (2), tcp:16931:42 (2), tcp:16931:43 (2), tcp:16931:44 (2), tcp:16931:45 (2), tcp:16931:46 (2), tcp:16931:47 (2), tcp:16931:48 (2), tcp:16931:49 (2), tcp:16931:50 (2), tcp:16931:51 (2), tcp:16931:52 (2), tcp:16931:53 (2), tcp:16931:54 (2), tcp:16931:55 (2), tcp:16931:56 (2), tcp:16931:57 (2), tcp:16931:58 (2), tcp:16931:59 (2), tcp:16931:60 (2), tcp:16931:61 (2), tcp:16931:62 (2), tcp:16931:63 (2), tcp:16931:64 (2), tcp:16931:65 (2), tcp:16931:66 (2), tcp:16931:67 (2), tcp:16931:68 (2), tcp:16931:69 (2), tcp:16931:70 (2), tcp:16931:71 (2), tcp:16931:72 (2), tcp:16931:73 (2), tcp:16931:74 (2), tcp:16931:75 (2), tcp:16931:76 (2), tcp:16931:77 (2), tcp:16931:78 (2), tcp:16931:79 (2), tcp:16931:80 (2), tcp:16931:81 (2), tcp:16931:82 (2), tcp:16931:83 (2), tcp:16931:84 (2), tcp:16931:85 (2), tcp:16931:86 (2), tcp:16931:87 (2), tcp:16931:88 (2), tcp:16931:89 (2), tcp:16931:90 (2), tcp:16931:91 (2), tcp:16931:92 (2), tcp:16931:93 (2), tcp:16931:94 (2), tcp:16931:95 (2), tcp:16931:96 (2), tcp:16931:97 (2), tcp:16931:98 (2), tcp:16931:99 (2), tcp:16931:100 (2), tcp:16931:101 (2), tcp:16931:102 (2), tcp:16931:103 (2), tcp:16931:104 (2), tcp:16931:105 (2), tcp:16931:106 (2), tcp:16931:107 (2), tcp:16931:108 (2), tcp:16931:109 (2), tcp:16931:110 (2), tcp:16931:111 (2), tcp:16931:112 (2), tcp:16931:113 (2), tcp:16931:114 (2), tcp:16931:115 (2), tcp:16931:116 (2), tcp:16931:117 (2), tcp:16931:118 (2), tcp:16931:119 (2), tcp:16931:120 (2), tcp:16931:121 (2), tcp:16931:122 (2), tcp:16931:123 (2), tcp:16931:124 (2), tcp:16931:125 (2), tcp:16931:126 (2), tcp:16931:127 (2), tcp:16931:128 (2), tcp:16931:129 (2), tcp:16931:130 (2), tcp:16931:131 (2), tcp:16931:132 (2), tcp:16931:133 (2), tcp:16931:134 (2), tcp:16931:135 (2), tcp:16931:136 (2), tcp:16931:137 (2), tcp:16931:138 (2), tcp:16931:139 (2), tcp:16931:140 (2), tcp:16931:141 (2), tcp:16931:142 (2), tcp:16931:143 (2), tcp:16931:144 (2), tcp:16931:145 (2), tcp:16931:146 (2), tcp:16931:147 (2), tcp:16931:148 (2), tcp:16931:149 (2), tcp:16931:150 (2), tcp:16931:151 (2), tcp:16931:152 (2), tcp:16931:153 (2), tcp:16931:154 (2), tcp:16931:155 (2), tcp:16931:156 (2), tcp:16931:157 (2), tcp:16931:158 (2), tcp:16931:159 (2), tcp:16931:160 (2), tcp:16931:161 (2), tcp:16931:162 (2), tcp:16931:163 (2), tcp:16931:164 (2), tcp:16931:165 (2), tcp:16931:166 (2), tcp:16931:167 (2), tcp:16931:168 (2), tcp:16931:169 (2), tcp:16931:170 (2), tcp:16931:171 (2), tcp:16931:172 (2), tcp:16931:173 (2), tcp:16931:174 (2), tcp:16931:175 (2), tcp:16931:176 (2), tcp:16931:177 (2), tcp:16931:178 (2), tcp:16931:179 (2), tcp:16931:180 (2), tcp:16931:181 (1), tcp:16931:182 (1), tcp:16931:183 (2), tcp:16931:184 (2), tcp:16931:185 (2), tcp:16931:186 (2), tcp:16931:187 (2), tcp:16931:188 (2), tcp:16931:189 (2), tcp:16931:190 (2), tcp:16931:191 (2), tcp:16931:192 (2), tcp:16931:193 (2), tcp:16931:194 (2), tcp:16931:195 (2), tcp:16931:196 (2), tcp:16931:197 (2), tcp:16931:198 (2), tcp:16931:199 (2), tcp:16931:200 (2), tcp:16931:201 (2), tcp:16931:202 (2), tcp:16931:203 (2), tcp:16931:204 (2), tcp:16931:205 (2), tcp:16931:206 (2), tcp:16931:207 (2), tcp:16931:208 (2), tcp:16931:209 (2), tcp:16931:210 (2), tcp:16931:211 (2), tcp:16931:212 (2), tcp:16931:213 (2), tcp:16931:214 (2), tcp:16931:215 (2), tcp:16931:216 (2), tcp:16931:217 (2), tcp:16931:218 (2), tcp:16931:219 (2), tcp:16931:220 (2), tcp:16931:221 (2), tcp:16931:222 (1), tcp:16931:223 (1), tcp:16931:224 (2), tcp:16931:225 (2), tcp:16931:226 (2), tcp:16931:227 (2), tcp:16931:228 (2), tcp:16931:229 (2), tcp:16931:230 (2), tcp:16931:231 (2), tcp:16931:232 (2), tcp:16931:233 (2), tcp:16931:234 (2), tcp:16931:235 (2), tcp:16931:236 (2), tcp:16931:237 (2), tcp:16931:238 (2), tcp:16931:239 (2), tcp:16931:240 (2), tcp:16931:241 (2), tcp:16931:242 (2), tcp:16931:243 (2), tcp:16931:244 (2), tcp:16931:245 (2), tcp:16931:246 (2), tcp:16931:247 (2), tcp:16931:248 (2), tcp:16931:249 (2), tcp:16931:250 (2), tcp:16931:251 (2), tcp:16931:252 (2), tcp:16931:253 (2), tcp:16931:254 (2), tcp:16931:255 (2), tcp:16931:256 (2), tcp:16931:257 (2), tcp:16931:258 (2), tcp:16931:259 (2), tcp:16931:260 (2), tcp:16931:261 (2), tcp:16931:262 (2), tcp:16931:263 (2), tcp:16931:264 (2), tcp:16931:265 (2), tcp:16931:266 (2), tcp:16931:267 (2), tcp:16931:268 (2), tcp:16931:269 (2), tcp:16931:270 (2), tcp:16931:271 (2), tcp:16931:272 (2), tcp:16931:273 (2), tcp:16931:274 (2), tcp:16931:275 (2), tcp:16931:276 (2), tcp:16931:277 (2), tcp:16931:278 (2), tcp:16931:279 (2), tcp:16931:280 (2), tcp:16931:281 (2), tcp:16931:282 (2), tcp:16931:283 (2), tcp:16931:284 (2), tcp:16931:285 (2), tcp:16931:286 (2), tcp:16931:287 (2), tcp:16931:288 (2), tcp:16931:289 (2), tcp:16931:290 (2), tcp:16931:291 (2), tcp:16931:292 (2), tcp:16931:293 (2), tcp:16931:294 (2), tcp:16931:295 (2), tcp:16931:296 (2), tcp:16931:297 (2), tcp:16931:298 (2), tcp:16931:299 (2), tcp:16931:300 (2), tcp:16931:301 (2), tcp:16931:302 (2), tcp:16931:303 (2), tcp:16931:304 (2), tcp:16931:305 (2), tcp:16931:306 (2), tcp:16931:307 (2), tcp:16931:308 (2), tcp:16931:309 (2), tcp:16931:310 (2), tcp:16931:311 (2), tcp:16931:312 (2), tcp:16931:313 (2), tcp:16931:314 (2), tcp:16931:315 (2), tcp:16931:316 (2), tcp:16931:317 (2), tcp:16931:318 (2), tcp:16931:319 (2), tcp:16931:320 (2), tcp:16931:321 (2), tcp:16931:322 (2), tcp:16931:323 (2), tcp:16931:324 (2), tcp:16931:325 (2), tcp:16931:326 (2), tcp:16931:327 (2), tcp:16931:328 (2), tcp:16931:329 (2), tcp:16931:330 (2), tcp:16931:331 (2), tcp:16931:332 (2), tcp:16931:333 (2), tcp:16931:334 (2), tcp:16931:335 (2), tcp:16931:336 (2), tcp:16931:337 (2), tcp:16931:338 (2), tcp:16931:339 (2), tcp:16931:340 (2), tcp:16931:341 (2), tcp:16931:342 (2), tcp:16931:343 (2), tcp:16931:344 (2), tcp:16931:345 (2), tcp:16931:346 (2), tcp:16931:347 (2), tcp:16931:348 (2), tcp:16931:349 (2), tcp:16931:350 (2), tcp:16931:351 (2), tcp:16931:352 (2), tcp:16931:353 (2), tcp:16931:354 (2), tcp:16931:355 (2), tcp:16931:356 (2), tcp:16931:357 (2), tcp:16931:358 (2), tcp:16931:359 (2), tcp:16931:360 (2), tcp:16931:361 (2), tcp:16931:362 (2), tcp:16931:363 (2), tcp:16931:364 (2), tcp:16931:365 (2), tcp:16931:366 (2), tcp:16931:367 (2), tcp:16931:368 (2), tcp:16931:369 (2), tcp:16931:370 (2), tcp:16931:371 (2), tcp:16931:372 (2), tcp:16931:373 (2), tcp:16931:374 (2), tcp:16931:375 (2), tcp:16931:376 (2), tcp:16931:377 (2), tcp:16931:378 (2), tcp:16931:379 (2), tcp:16931:380 (2), tcp:16931:381 (2), tcp:16931:382 (2), tcp:16931:383 (1), tcp:16931:384 (1), tcp:16931:385 (2), tcp:16931:386 (2), tcp:16931:387 (2), tcp:16931:388 (2), tcp:16931:389 (2), tcp:16931:390 (2), tcp:16931:391 (2), tcp:16931:392 (2), tcp:16931:393 (2), tcp:16931:394 (2), tcp:16931:395 (2), tcp:16931:396 (2), tcp:16931:397 (2), tcp:16931:398 (2), tcp:16931:399 (2), tcp:16931:400 (2), tcp:16931:401 (2), tcp:16931:402 (2), tcp:16931:403 (2), tcp:16931:404 (2), tcp:16931:405 (2), tcp:16931:406 (2), tcp:16931:407 (2), tcp:16931:408 (2), tcp:16931:409 (2), tcp:16931:410 (2), tcp:16931:411 (2), tcp:16931:412 (2), tcp:16931:413 (2), tcp:16931:414 (2), tcp:16931:415 (2), tcp:16931:416 (2), tcp:16931:417 (2), tcp:16931:418 (2), tcp:16931:419 (2), tcp:16931:420 (2), tcp:16931:421 (2), tcp:16931:422 (2), tcp:16931:423 (2), tcp:16931:424 (2), tcp:16931:425 (2), tcp:16931:426 (2), tcp:16931:427 (2), tcp:16931:428 (2), tcp:16931:429 (2), tcp:16931:430 (2), tcp:16931:431 (2), tcp:16931:432 (2), tcp:16931:433 (2), tcp:16931:434 (2), tcp:16931:435 (2), tcp:16931:436 (2), tcp:16931:437 (2), tcp:16931:438 (2), tcp:16931:439 (2), tcp:16931:440 (2), tcp:16931:441 (2), tcp:16931:442 (2), tcp:16931:443 (2), tcp:16931:444 (2) • @rendition (2) : simple:additions (2) • @n (432) : 1 (1), 2 (1), 3 (1), 4 (1), 5 (1), 6 (1), 7 (1), 8 (1), 9 (1), 10 (1), 11 (1), 12 (1), 13 (1), 14 (2), 16 (1), 15 (1), 18 (1), 19 (1), 20 (1), 21 (1), 22 (2), 23 (2), 24 (2), 25 (2), 26 (1), 27 (1), 28 (1), 29 (1), 30 (1), 31 (1), 32 (1), 33 (1), 34 (1), 35 (1), 36 (2), 37 (1), 38 (1), 39 (1), 40 (1), 41 (1), 42 (1), 43 (1), 44 (1), 45 (1), 46 (1), 47 (1), 48 (1), 49 (1), 50 (1), 51 (1), 52 (1), 53 (1), 54 (1), 55 (1), 56 (1), 57 (1), 58 (1), 59 (1), 60 (1), 61 (1), 62 (1), 63 (1), 64 (1), 65 (1), 66 (1), 67 (1), 68 (1), 69 (1), 70 (1), 71 (1), 72 (1), 73 (1), 74 (1), 75 (1), 76 (1), 77 (1), 78 (1), 79 (1), 80 (1), 81 (1), 82 (1), 83 (1), 84 (1), 85 (1), 86 (1), 87 (1), 88 (1), 89 (1), 90 (1), 91 (1), 92 (1), 93 (1), 94 (1), 95 (1), 96 (1), 97 (1), 98 (1), 99 (1), 100 (1), 101 (1), 102 (1), 103 (1), 104 (1), 105 (1), 106 (1), 107 (1), 109 (1), 110 (1), 111 (1), 112 (1), 113 (1), 114 (1), 115 (1), 116 (1), 117 (1), 118 (1), 119 (1), 120 (1), 121 (1), 122 (1), 123 (1), 124 (1), 125 (1), 126 (1), 127 (1), 128 (1), 129 (1), 130 (1), 131 (1), 132 (1), 133 (1), 134 (1), 135 (1), 136 (1), 137 (1), 138 (1), 139 (1), 140 (1), 141 (1), 142 (1), 143 (1), 144 (1), 145 (1), 146 (1), 147 (1), 148 (1), 149 (1), 150 (1), 151 (1), 152 (1), 153 (1), 154 (1), 155 (1), 156 (1), 157 (1), 158 (1), 159 (1), 160 (1), 161 (1), 162 (1), 163 (1), 164 (1), 165 (1), 166 (1), 167 (1), 168 (1), 169 (1), 170 (1), 171 (1), 172 (1), 173 (1), 174 (1), 175 (1), 177 (1), 178 (1), 179 (1), 180 (1), 181 (1), 182 (1), 183 (1), 184 (1), 185 (1), 186 (1), 187 (1), 189 (2), 190 (1), 191 (1), 192 (1), 193 (1), 194 (1), 195 (1), 196 (1), 197 (1), 198 (1), 199 (1), 200 (1), 201 (1), 202 (1), 203 (1), 204 (1), 205 (1), 206 (1), 207 (1), 208 (1), 209 (1), 210 (1), 211 (1), 212 (1), 213 (1), 214 (1), 215 (1), 216 (1), 217 (1), 218 (1), 219 (1), 220 (1), 221 (1), 222 (1), 223 (1), 224 (1), 225 (1), 226 (1), 227 (1), 228 (1), 229 (1), 230 (1), 231 (1), 232 (1), 233 (1), 234 (1), 235 (1), 236 (1), 237 (1), 238 (1), 239 (1), 240 (1), 241 (1), 242 (1), 243 (1), 244 (1), 245 (1), 246 (1), 247 (1), 248 (1), 249 (1), 250 (1), 251 (1), 252 (1), 253 (1), 254 (1), 255 (1), 256 (1), 257 (1), 258 (1), 259 (1), 260 (1), 261 (1), 262 (1), 263 (1), 264 (1), 265 (1), 266 (1), 267 (1), 268 (1), 269 (1), 270 (1), 271 (1), 272 (1), 273 (1), 274 (1), 275 (1), 276 (1), 277 (1), 278 (1), 279 (1), 280 (1), 281 (1), 282 (1), 283 (1), 284 (1), 285 (1), 286 (1), 287 (1), 288 (1), 289 (1), 290 (1), 291 (1), 292 (1), 293 (1), 294 (1), 295 (1), 296 (1), 297 (1), 298 (1), 299 (1), 300 (1), 301 (1), 302 (1), 303 (1), 304 (1), 305 (1), 306 (1), 307 (1), 308 (1), 309 (1), 310 (1), 311 (1), 312 (1), 313 (1), 314 (1), 315 (1), 316 (1), 317 (1), 318 (1), 319 (1), 320 (1), 321 (1), 322 (1), 323 (1), 324 (1), 325 (1), 326 (1), 327 (1), 328 (1), 329 (1), 330 (1), 333 (1), 332 (1), 331 (1), 334 (1), 335 (1), 336 (2), 337 (1), 338 (1), 339 (1), 340 (1), 341 (1), 342 (1), 343 (1), 344 (1), 345 (1), 346 (1), 347 (1), 348 (1), 349 (1), 350 (1), 351 (1), 352 (1), 353 (1), 354 (1), 355 (1), 356 (1), 357 (1), 358 (1), 359 (1), 360 (1), 361 (1), 362 (1), 363 (1), 364 (1), 367 (1), 368 (1), 369 (1), 370 (2), 371 (1), 372 (1), 373 (1), 374 (1), 375 (1), 376 (1), 377 (1), 378 (2), 381 (1), 379 (1), 382 (1), 383 (1), 384 (1), 385 (1), 386 (1), 389 (1), 399 (2), 390 (1), 391 (1), 392 (1), 393 (1), 394 (1), 395 (1), 396 (1), 397 (1), 398 (1), 400 (1), 401 (1), 402 (1), 403 (1), 404 (1), 405 (1), 406 (1), 407 (1), 408 (1), 409 (1), 410 (1), 411 (1), 412 (1), 413 (1), 414 (1), 415 (1), 416 (1), 417 (1), 418 (1), 419 (1), 420 (2), 421 (2), 422 (2), 423 (2), 424 (2), 425 (1)
17. q 31
18. row 117
19. sp 529
20. speaker 529
21. table 1
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