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Page 176 - CLERGY-MAN'S (the) vade-mecum: or, an account of the ancient and present Church of England ; the duties and rights of the clergy; and of their privileges and hardships.
Page 177 - ... Gospels ; with notes critical and explanatory, by a Catholic. [John LINGARD, DD] London: 1836. Octavo. Pp. xx. 420.* NEW (a) view of London ; or, an ample account of that city, in two volumes, • or eight sections. Being a more particular description thereof than has hitherto been known to be published of any city in the world. I. Containing the names of the streets, squares, lanes, markets, courts, alleys, rows, rents, yards and inns in London, Westminster, and Southwark; shewing the derivations...
Page 178 - Prieftcraft in perfe&ion* wherein the controverted claufe of the church's power in the twentieth article is mewn to be of equal authority with all the reft of the articles in 1710, and to An eflay on the thirtynine articles by dr. Thomas Bennet, publifhed in 1715; two chief works, fays mr.
Page 179 - Bodies, efpecially Minerals . As alfo of the Sea, Rivers, and Springs. With an Account of the Univerfal Deluge, and of the Effects it had on the Earth. By Jihn Woodward' MD Profcflbr of Phyfick in GreJham-College.
Page 169 - This fuel must be sold or otherwise embezzled ; for if he had kept a continual fire in every chimney of his lodge all that time, it could not have consumed so much.
Page 162 - ... or fuffered by any mafter and fellows, of any college, dean and chapter of any cathedral or collegiate church, mafter or guardian of any hofpital, parfon, vicar, or any other having any fpiritual...
Page 176 - Part II. Containing the canonical codes of the primitive, universal, Eastern, and Western Church, down to the year of our Lord, MDCCLXXXVII.
Page 175 - The French church's apology for the church of England ; or the objections of dissenters against the articles, homilies, liturgy, and canons of the English church, considered, and answered upon the principles of the reformed church of France. A work chiefly extracted out of the authentic acts and decrees of the French national synods, and the most approved writers of that church," 1706, 8vo. 2. " Scholastical history of the practice of the church in reference to the administration of Baptism by Laymen,...
Page 40 - I should expect, he replied. Then he will adopt a mode of narration such as we have illustrated out of Homer, that is to say, his style will be both imitative and narrative; but there will be very little of the former, and a great deal of the latter.