The Life and Acts of Matthew Parker, the First Archbishop of Canterbury in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth: Under Whose Primacy and Influence the Reformation of Religion was Happily Effected; and the Church of England Restored, and Established Upon the Principles Whereon it Stands to this Day. Wherein are Related the Said Archbishop's Actions in Ecclesiastical Commissions, and Synods; His Visitations of the Dioceses, Colleges and Hospitals Within His Province, with His Injunctions and Regulations: Characters and Accounts of Bishops by Him Consecrated: His Endeavours for Uniformity: His Diligence in Retrieving, and Publishing Many Saxon, and Other Ancient Historical MSS. of this Nation: His Procuring a More Correct Translation of the Holy Bible: His Government of His Own Dioces of Canterbury: His Sober Thoughts, Counsels and Cares for Religion and this Church: and Many Particulars of the Ecclesiastical History of Those Times, Hitherto Unknown, Or Very Obscure, are Discovered and Brought to Light. Compiled Faithfully from Records, Registers, State-papers, Orders of Council, Authentic Letters, and Sundry Other Original MSS. In Four Books. To which is Added, an Appendix, Containing Various Transcripts of Records, Letters, Instruments, Ordinances, Commissions, Discourses, Relations, Intelligences, and Other Secret Papers, Above an Hundred in Number; for the Asserting Or Illustrating the Foregoing History. Among which Will be Found the Latin Life of this Archbp. Entituled, Matthaeus, So Much and So Long Wanted in the Editions of the British Antiquities
John Wyat, at the Rose in St. Paul's Church-Yard., 1711 - 300 strani
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Stran 24 - Elizabeth, by the grace of God Queen of England, France and Ireland, Defender of the Faith etc.
Stran 221 - That no person should print, or cause to be printed, or bring or procure to be brought into the realm printed, any book against the force and meaning of any ordinance, prohibition, or commandment, contained or to be contained in any the statutes or laws of this realm, or in any injunctions, letters patents, or ordinances passed or set forth, or to be passed or set forth, by the Queen's grant, commission, or authority.
Stran 84 - ... where it may so chance some one or other chapter of the Old Testament to fall in order to be read upon the Sundays or holydays, which were better to be changed with some other of the New Testament of more edification, it shall be well done to spend your time to consider well of such chapters before-hand...
Stran 7 - The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, wherefore he hath anointed me to preach the gospel to the poor, he hath sent me to heal the contrite of heart; to preach deliverance to the captives, and sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that are bruised, to preach the acceptable year of the Lord, and the day of reward.
Stran 73 - Church, as your dean, archdeacons, prebendaries, readers of divinity, schoolmasters, vicars, petty canons, deacons, conductors, singing-men, choristers, scholars in grammar-schools, and all other officers and ministers, as well within your Church as without, whether any of them do either privily or openly preach...
Stran 70 - How Calvin stood affected in the said point of episcopacy, and how readily and gladly he and other heads of the reformed churches would have received it, is evident enough from his writings and epistles. In his book of the necessity of reforming the church, he hath these words : Talem nobis Hierarchiam exhibeant, &c.
Stran 237 - L> the Ancient Faith in the Church of England touching the Sacrament of the Body and Blood of Christ.
Stran 38 - But perceiving very lately, and also certainly, that the same doth rather begin to increase than to stay or diminish, we, considering the authority given to us of Almighty God for defence of the public peace, concord, and truth of this his Church, and how we are answerable for the same to the seat of his high justice, mean not to endure or suffer any longer these evils thus to proceed, spread, and increase in our realm...
Stran 303 - Gratias agimus, etc., in English. ' Item, These things being done, the preacher to proceed to the sermon. Which being done, all the extern laity to be commanded out by the beadle. ' Item, The dean or vice-dean to bring in his certificate. And all they of the church being cited, to be called and sworn, and monished to bring in their several presentments in writing in the afternoon between three and four of the clock in the place aforesaid. And then the visitation to be continued.