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A copie of the oath taken by the Papists
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|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 250:E.136, no. 20.|
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Examinations taken at Liverpoole in the county of Lancaster, The examination of William Penketh of Cuerdley in the county of Lancaster, gent. taken before us at Liverpool, Decem The information of John Ashfield clerk, taken upon oath before John Foxe and John Case, all present the 16 th of Nov. A letter of intelligence. By these Articles, 37 37 Vautroullier's suppressed edition of the History commences, on sign. B., p with those three words. The previous sheet, or 16 pages, containing the title and preface, had no doubt been set up, but the sheet may have been either delayed at press till the volume was completed, or all the copies carried off and destroyed when the book was prohibited. which God of.
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Get this from a library. A copie of the oath taken by the Papists: as it was given to the governour and captaines by Fryer Darcy lately guardian of the Franciseans in Ireland and imployed by the rebels upon a treaty: with a short glosse upon the confused oath of the.
And the copie of a new oath to be taken to performe the same, by all the papists and rebels in Ireland, read in the High Court of Parliament, the tenth day of March, Early life.
Anthony Wood was born in Oxford on 17 December He was the fourth son of Thomas Wood (–), BCL of Oxford, and his second wife, Mary (–), daughter of Robert Pettie and Penelope Taverner. Wood was sent to New College School inand at the age of twelve was removed to the free Lord Williams's School at Thame, where his studies were interrupted by Civil War Born: 17 DecemberOxford, England.
But to put this out of doubt, whosoever reades the Oath taken by this King, which he himself sets down in his Declaration, (Book Declar.
pag.) will find no materiall difference betwixt that which hee took, and that which he ought to have taken, saving in that clause of passing New Lawes: But there is enough in that he tooke to prove. With another letter to the said Mr. Speaker, of the particulars of all the proceedings against the enemy at Sherborn Castle Together with a list of the prisoners of war, taken at Sherborn Castle, Aug.
Also, the oath taken by the inhabitants of Exeter. This text-based PDF or EBook was created from the HTML version of this book and is part of the Portable Library of Liberty.
HTML: KB: This version has been converted from the original text. Every effort has been taken to translate the unique features of the printed book. A manuduction, or introduction vnto diuinitie containing a confutation of papists by papists, throughout the important articles of our religion; their testimonies taken either out of the Indices expurgatorii, or out of the Fathers, and ancient records; but especially the parchments.
By Tho. The trial of William Laud, archbishop of Canterbury, took place in stages in the first half of the s, and resulted in his execution on treason first an impeachment, the parliamentary legal proceedings became an act of attainder.
Arrested in lateLaud was held initially for tactical reasons in the struggle between Charles I of England and the English parliament. Full text of "Of the laws of ecclesiastical polity" See other formats. The Online Books Page. Online Books by. William Prynne (Prynne, William, ) A Wikipedia article about this author is available.
Prynne, William,ed.: An Exact Abridgement of the Records in the Tower of London, From the Reign of King Edward the Second, Unto King Richard the Third, of All the Parliaments Holden in Each Kings Reign, and the Several Acts in Every Parliament.
III. By Henry Martin Colonell, concerning Sir William Waller, and what course is now to be taken. With a true copy of the proclamation aforesaid.
Also, the deposition of Mr. Mayo, taken at Bridges in Flanders, Iuly concerning contributions there made for the assistance of the papists in England.
Imprimatur, John White . Numb. Domestick Intelligence, Or, News both from CITY and COUNTRY. Published to prevent false Reports. Tuesday, Decemb. London Decemb.
L A st Friday being the nineteenth of this Instant December, the Justices of the Peace of Middlesex and Westminster attended His Majesty in Council, to receive Power and Instructions for the removal of all Papists from the Cities of London.
Not long after it was stumbled upon by the quarrymen Dr William Buckland went down to Kirkdale, and although some careless digging had taken place in the outer part of the cave before his arrival, he was able to make a most careful and exhaustive examination of the undisturbed portions, giving the results of his work in a paper read before the.
A Discovery to the prayse of God, and joy of all true hearted Protestants, of a late intended plot by the Papists to subdue the Protestants: Being a true copie of a discourse between William O Conner a priest, and Anne Hussey an Irish gentlewoman: as it was brought and confirmed by oath in the Parliament House.
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A Fresh Suit Against Human Ceremonies in God's Worship William Ames () - One of the Greatest Theological Puritans and Writers Today, many Christians are turning back to the puritans to, “walk in the old paths,” of God’s word, and to continue to proclaim old truth that glorifies Jesus Christ.
Beza’s book concerning bishops, translated into English. His letter to Scotland. A popish school set up at Doway; and another in Scotland. Allen’s book. The pope sends over priests into England. Intelligence from Switzerland of the pope’s preparations against England.
Commissions for search after papists in Lancashire and Yorkshire. JF Ptak Science Books LLC Post Ranters, Diggers, Manifestarians, Puritans, Muggletonians, Shakers, Quakers, Levellers, Seekers terrific names all for religious or religioesque movements, most now gone, though it seems that of the most-gone the Ranters are probably the most-goned gone--which must’ve been a function of their unstated aims of not having a particular course of action.
THE PROTESTATION PROTESTED, AND DAVID CRESSY. The Ohio State University. ABSTRACT. Parliament's Protestation of May pledged subscribers to defend the protestant doctrine of the Church of England against all popery and popish innovations, while upholding the honour of the king, the privileges of parliament, and the liberties ofthe.
The origins of the Protestation are uncertain, perhaps deliberately so. To judge solely from the evidence of the formal parliamentary record—the Journal of the House of Commons—the idea of a protestation was first mooted on 3 May and it was drafted, debated, and delivered in a single lengthy day’s proceedings.
There is little in the surviving official record to challenge this reading of. A Large Examination taken at Lambeth of M. George Blackwell, London, ; Latin version in Goldast, Monarchia, iii, Feckenham, John, The Declaration of Such Scruples and Stays of Conscience touch- ing the Oath of Supremacy as Mr.
by writing did deliver unto the Lord Bishop of Winchester, with his Resolution made thereupon. An Answer to a paper which came from the Papists lately out of Holland: Sy: D: Not all by Fox. See p3 "I that am a woman".
See Cadbury, "George Fox's Book of Miracles" 34 n. I guess M. Fell: Anti-Catholic. Answer to anti-Quaker paper from Holland, & others. F Fox George: An Answer to Dr Burgess his book: Sy: D. Many subscribers were drawn thereunto ‘by force of conscience’.
85 Taking the Protestation thus underwrote mass popular petitioning which, citing the obligations and objectives of the oath, challenged the protocols governing petitioning authority. InNoel Macdonald Wilby published a transcript of a group of manuscripts in the Innes Review under the title, ‘The “Encreasce of Popery” in the Highlands –’.
This publication made key documents available to all and gave new life to research in the field of eighteenth-century Scottish Catholicism. 1 1Noel Macdonald Wilby, ‘The “Encreasce of Popery” in the Highlands Cited by: 1.
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Defensive Doubts, Hopes and Reasons for Refusall of the Oath imposed by the sixth Canon of the late Synod. His positions, including the allusion to Trajan, had been taken directly from a commentary on Romans written by the leading Reformed divine in the Rhineland Palatinate, David Pareus, professor of New Testament theology at the University of Heidelberg.
59 This was a book that London’s close links to the Frankfurt book trade made widely Author: Richard Serjeantson. Full text of "Extracts from the Presbytery book of Strathbogie, LIV" See other formats. Such an oath is taken to God alone; a king by taking it " makes not his Crowne to stoupe by this meanes to any power in the Pope, or in the Church, or in the people." Remonstrance to Cardinal du Perron, Works, p.
post, p. There is an elaborate discus- sion of this subject in the Trew Law, Works, pp. post, pp. James. James VI: October Robert Bowes to Burghley. [Oct. 2] Has received Burghley's of Sept. The King and Chancellor were not only informed that the Spaniards were come again to Orkney, and had bragged of the slaughter of three hundred Englishmen, but also that Henry Lesley—son of the brother of the Earl of Rothes—Captain Browne, and other Scottish pirates had consorted with the.
According to the newswriter John Sanford, ‘the Papists, of whom many were present, were scandalized, and had a purpose to have scattered divers of his books (which containe an Answer to Sir Edward Hobbie) among the people at the Crosse; but my lord of London having notice of it, recovered the books into his owne hands, and so defeated them.’.
A manuduction, or introduction vnto diuinitie containing a confutation of papists by papists, throughout the important articles of our religion; their testimonies taken either out of the Indices expurgatorii, or out of the Fathers, and ancient records; but especially the parchments.
tures here given, may be taken, it is believed, as a picture, tolerably correct, of the entire history. Of the settlement in America, at the period of the Revo- cation, the present work includes only the part relating to New England.
In another work I propose to treat of the settlement in. Full text of "Certain Tractates: Together with the Book of Four Score Three Questions, & a Translation of " See other formats.
The Worthies, as the book is often called, is actually more attractive for its anecdotes and digressions than for its encyclopedic content, for Fuller was not noted for accuracy. In the case of Smith, mistakenly listed among the "Worthies of Cheshire," it is worth noting that he, Sir George Somers, and George Sandys were the only three.
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Adrian Streete argues that this rhetoric is not simply an expression of religious bigotry, nor is it only deployed at moments of political by: 1. ♣ Swearing an oath to the 39 articles (degree from an English university also off limits because had to swear an oath to graduate) • defined doctrine of Church of England • Would either have to conform to take up office: "occasional conformity" o Can return to private dissent afterwards.
And to what an Author this violence hath bin lately done, and in what book of greatest consequence to be faithfully publisht, I could now instance, but shall forbear till a more convenient season."—(page ) seems to indicate was not unlikely to have taken place.
So much use at least had been made of the unwarrantable liberties taken by the. [Marginal note: Throkmorton the author of Some in his colours.] The book called Some in his coulours [STC ] was likewise made by J. Throkmorton. That is proved first, by the deposition of Waldegrave that upon his oath testified so much, and at Rochel [i.e., La Rochelle] where he printed it, spoke it openly.The last marriage specifically stated to have taken place in the chapel there is dated April 9, (see p.
29), though two more were celebrated in the private chapel or oratory inon.Early life. Anthony Wood was the fourth son of Thomas Wood (–), BCL of Oxford, where Anthony was was sent to New College School inand at the age of twelve was removed to the free Lord Williams's School at Thame, where his studies were interrupted by Civil War skirmishes.
He was then placed under the tuition of his brother Edward (–), of Trinity College, and.