The history and antiquities of the collegiate church of Tamworth (Google eBook)

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1871
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Page 128 - K indes and Degrees of it IN WHICH The agreement and respective differences of the Covenant of Works, and the Covenant of Grace, of the Old and New Covenant are discust. The conditions of the Covenant of Grace on mans part, are assigned and asserted. The just laiitude and extent held forth, and against all opposites defended.
Page 127 - Covenant holinesse of Beleevers. and their Issue, in the time of the Gospel. Together with the right of Infants to Baptisme [with a commendatory preface by Edm.
Page 121 - Joan, only daughter of Nicholas Nightingale, Esq., and heiress of her mother, Joyce, who was sister and heiress of John Waldyve. It appears, from Sir William Dugdale, in his
Page 122 - George Willington, the younger son of Anticle, was father of Richard, and he of another Richard, whose son, John Willington, of Tamworth, had, besides daughters, five sons, John, of the Inner Temple ; Bayly, Lieutenant-General in the Army ; Richard ; Thomas ; and Francis, Rector of Walton-on-Trent, all of whom are now deceased, without having left any issue male, except Thomas, who had a son, the present Francis Willington, of Tamworth, who m. in 1825, Jane Anne, daughter of the late Henry James...
Page viii - ... the voice of a great multitude, and rose up like the sound of many waters. Our chapel was crowded with communicants, and our hearts with thoughts too big for utterance. Had Fisk and Parsons lived to see this day, they would have felt like the aged Simeon, when his eyes had seen God's great salvation. It is now more than a quarter of a century since we have seen the good land of our fathers. Shall we ever see it again ? It is not probable that both of us will ever set our eyes upon it, but I hope...
Page 127 - Infants Baptisme freed from Antichristianisme :" in a full repulse given to Mr. Ch. Blackwood in his assault of that part of Christ's possession, which he holds in his heritage of infants, intituled by him The Storming of Antichrist : digested into three parts. In the first, Mr.
Page 128 - Drake, minister of Peter Cheap. 8vo., 1656. Mr. Humphrey's second vindication of a disciplinary antiErastian, orthodox free admission to the Lord's supper, taken into consideration in a letter occasionally written by Mr. Blake, pastor of Tamworth, and by a friend of truth made publick.
Page 12 - II est li reis ke vos servez, Ki a Guillame est parjurez ? Morz est s'il pot estre trovez...
Page 127 - and their issue in the time of the Gospel. Together with the ' right of Infants to Baptism. By Thomas Blake, Master of Ť Arts.' 40. London, 1644, pp. 33.] fŁU? *''•*••'&**•• >-">; •"-Ť -VV. '-"•;. :v •-'?• — 7-vV"-o ^^1^^^^-iT^lv^-f.^: ; • - V^V:^*^^
Page 90 - In his will he ordered his body to be buried " in the choir of the parish church of Croydon, without any solemn herse or funeral pomp.

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