Redmayne), John, Dd
Redmayne), John, D.D.
an English divine, flourished in the first half of the 16th cenitury. He was a native of Yorkshire, and was born probably in 1499. He was educated at Corpus Christi College, Oxford, and at Paris. He became public orator of the university, master of King's Hall, first master of Trinity College, archdeacon ot Taunton, prebend of Wells and of Westminster, and died in 1551. He was one of the most learned men of his age, according to bishop Burnet. Dodd says that "he divided himself between both religions;" but on his death-bed he certainly professed to embrace the cardinal doctrines of the Reformers. He published nothing; but after his death appeared, Opus de Justificatione (Antw. 1555, 4to): — Hymns in quo Peccator Justificationem querens Rudi Imagine describitur: — The Complaint of Grace (1556, 8vo): — Resolutions concerning the Sacrament, etc.