So the talk wandered to other subjects. Deborah again. Knox's Works, ii. 278-280. But he was not yet done with the echoes of his own "First Blast." In 1571, when he was already near his end, the old controversy was taken up in one of a series of anonymous libels against the Reformer affixed, Sunday after Sunday, to the church door. The dilemma was fairly enough stated.
Hist. of England," i. 225, note ^m. Knox to Mrs. Locke, 6th April, 1559. Works, vi. 14. Knox to Sir William Cecil, 10th April, 1559. Works, ii. 16, or vi. 15. Knox to Queen Elizabeth, July 20th, 1559. Works, vi. 47, or ii. 26. Ibid., August 6th, 1561. Works, vi. 126. Knox's Works, ii. 278-280. Calderwood's "History of the Kirk of Scotland," edition of the Wodrow Society, iii. 51-54.