Nicolls, John

Nicolls, John a renegade English theologian of the 16th century, who originally held a vicarship in Wales, but went to Antwerp and turned Catholic. After two years he returned to England, renounced Catholicism, and wrote in English the lives of certain wicked popes, cardinals, bishops, monks, and Jesuits. He afterwards traveled over France; and, finally, relapsing again to Romanism at Rouen, wrote in Latin, about 158, a public confession of his mendacity. See Jocher, Gelehrten-Lexikon, s.v.

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