Rawlins White, fully clothed with a cloth tied around his head, hands upraised, and with a chain across his chest, stands amidst a large fire while a dark cloud hovers above him. To the large crowd gathered to watch, or perhaps to a monk standing on a platform in the front of the crowd, he says: “Ah thou Naughty Hypocrite." In the foreground of the picture several men plead for White’s life with arms outstretched. This is a completely new design based very loosely on Luborsky and Ingram 11223/38 but differing from the martyrdoms illustrated by "The burning of Richard Ffeurus," "The burning of James Bainham," "The burning of Thomas Bilney," "The burning of Adam Wallace," and "The burning of Doctor Farrar." JPEG file (382 KB).
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