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A letter to the answerer of the apology for the Catholicks
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The Prose Works of Andrew Marvell VOLUME I THE PROSE WORKS OF Andrew Marvell c VOLUME I – yale university press new haven & london Published with assistance from the foundation established in memory of Oliver Baty Cunningham of the Class of . Full text of "Catalogue of the manuscripts in the Library of Trinity college, Dublin, to which is added a list of the Fagel collection of maps in the same library;" See other formats.
hereunto, to call for an apology, is my engagement into this work, wherein I was not particularly concerned, suffering in the meantime some treatises Dr. Hammond's against me to lie unanswered. answer to my animadversions on his dissertations about episcopacy; Mr. Baxter's objections against somewhat written about the death of Christ and a book. 'a 'aive 'andlin' 'angin' 'appen'd 'appenin' 'ask'd 'avin' 'bating 'bein' 'boue 'bout 'bye 'casion 'cause 'ceptin' 'cordin' 'cross 'does 'drawing 'dst 'egad 'either.
A coale from the altar. Or An ansvver to a letter not long since written to the Vicar of Gr. against the placing of the Communion table at the east end of the chancell; and now of late dispersed abroad to the disturbance of the Church. First sent by a iud: CoalFromTheAltar: Heylyn, Peter, |Williams, John, 4 London. J o h n Norris's book is Cursory Reflections upon a book call'd An Essay Concerning Human Understanding (). 16 Thomas Hobbes, Leviathan (), chaps. ; Walter Charleton, Physiologia Epicuro-Gassendo-Charletonia, or a Fabrick of Science Natural, upon the hypothesis of atoms (), bk 3, chap. 15; Nathaniel Culverwel, Of the Light of 5/5(1).
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A iust discharge to Dr. Stillingfleet's vnjust charge of idolatry against the Church of Rome with a discovery of the vanity of his late defence in his pretended answer to a book entituled, Catholicks no idolaters: by way of dialogue between Eunomius, a conformist, & Catharinus, a non-conformist: the first part: concerning the charge of.
Fryer Iohn Frauncis of Nigeon in Fraunce A replication to that lewde aunswere, which Fryer Iohn Frauncis (of the Minimes order in Nigeon nigh vnto Paris in Fraunce) hath made to a letter, that his mother caused to be written, and sent to him out of England, in August.
A reply to a letter printed at Newcastle vnder the name of an answer, sent to the ecclesiasticall Assembly at London, about matters concerning the king, and the government of the church. With the copy of the said letter to the Assembly, in the name of John Deodate, D.
Also, a certificate from one of the scribes of the Assembly at London. An historical letter to the Rev. Charles O'Conor, D.D. heretofore styling himself Columbanus: upon his five addresses or letters to his countrymen. From Francis Plowden. (Dublin, Sold by Hugh Fitzpatrick, ), by Francis Plowden (page images at HathiTrust).
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Full text of "Bibliotheca Clericalis: A Catalogue of the Books in the Clerical Library and Reading Rooms" See other formats. ’N.B.—The foregoing letter from Sir Walter, written in answer to mine of the 25th May, sufficiently shows the extent of the dilemma he found himself thrown into.
It is full of strange contradictions. He talks of “printing rather than publishing” a book which was publickly advertised and publickly sold. An apology for the nonconformists ministry containing I. the reasons of their preaching, II. an answer to the accusations urged as reasons for the silencing of about by Bisho.
An Apology for the Discipline of the Ancient Church Intendedfor that of Our Mother the Church of England: In Answer to the Admonitory Letter Lately Published, (London: Printed for William Leake, An Apology for the New Separation: In a Letter to Dr.
John Sharpe, Arc~bis?op o/York; Occasioned by His Farewell-Sermon,Author: Michael Andrew Brydon. Though the Apology was anonymous, it was printed by the King's printer and the edition contained the royal arms.
James's authorship was an open secret in England and not doubted at Rome. This was a challenge that could not be ignored. The fittest person to answer a king's book was the greatest of Catholic controversalists.
A N Advertisement in the first volume has, in some degree, explained the nature of the present edition. This Preface shall give the history of those which have preceded it. The earliest regular edition was in twelve volumes, 8vo, (reprinted in ), under the respectable name of the late Dr. John Hawkesworth, who thus introduces them: "The Works of Dr.
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1 OF the marks of the true Church, which they of the Church of Rome assigne, as Universality, Antiquity, Visibility, Succession of Pastors, unity in Doctrine, and the Coversion of Nations, Pageto ; 2 Of having recourse unto the Scriptures in matters that concern Religion, 3 Of relying either on Fathers singly and severally considered, or on a generall Councel.
Remarks upon a Book, entitled, "The Rights of the Christian Church" On the universal Hatred against the Clergy: An Account of a pestilent Neighbour: A punning Letter to Lord Pembroke: Another to the same: A Letter to the King at Arms: A Letter to Mrs.
Susannah Neville: On barbarous Denominations in Ireland. A full satisfaction concerning a double Romish iniquitie; hainous rebellion, and more then heathenish æquiuocation Containing three parts: the two former belong to the reply vpon the Moderate Answerer; the first for confirmation of the discouerie in these two points, treason and æquiuocation: the second is a iustification of Protestants, touching the same points.
Full text of "Catalogue of a collection of historical tracts,in DLXXXII volumes;" See other formats. A letter to the answerer of the apology for the Catholicks|||Late apology in behalf of the papists. The Petition of the inhabitants of Istleworth in the countie of Middlesex against William Grant, minister of the said parish whereunto is added one and twenty articles against the said minister by his parishioners presented to the Honourable.
Edmund Leites - Conscience and Casuistry in Early Modern Europe (Ideas in Context) () код для вставки. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.A censure of a late pamphlet, intituled, The patterne of a Protestant, by one once termed the moderate answerer.
5. An handling of his question of mentall equiuocation (after his boldnesse with the L. Cooke) vpon occasion of the most memorable, and feyned Yorkeshire case of equiuocating; and of his raging against D. Kings sermon.5 Iulii, 11 at night. A letter from the Leaguer before Colchester, sent to the Honorable Committee at Derby-House, of the great fight between his Excellency the Lord Fairfax, and the forces in Colchester: Ordered by the said Committee, that this letter be forthwith printed and published.