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Page 170 - ... 1759: at the latter end of July or beginning of August the old copes (those raggs of Popery) which had been used at the communion service at the abbey ever since the time of the Reformation, were ordered by the d. and ch. to be totally disused and laid aside. Dr. Warburton, one of the prebendaries, and Bp. of Gloucester, was very zealous to have them laid aside, and so was Dr. Cowper the dean.
Page 261 - Christ which we receive, are a divine thing ; and therefore by them we are made partakers of the divine nature, and yet the substance and nature of bread and wine do not cease to be in them.
Page xxxvii - Though we are not to lessen the jus divinum of Episcopacy, where it is established and may be had, yet we must take heed that we do not, for want of Episcopacy, where it cannot be had, cry down and destroy all the Reformed Churches abroad, and say that they have neither ministers nor sacraments.
Page x - -1 , and no more, being such places upon whose right interpretation the judgment of the cause did chiefly depend. Secondly, that above all men that ever he heard, he did most pertinently quote the Fathers, both to the right sense of their phrase, which few did understand, and out of those their treatises, wherein, especially, they handled the cause for which he appealed unto them.
Page 169 - Altar stands upon 6 stone pillers curiously polished, and fastened to the ground, having upon every black pillar 3 cherubim-faces, as white as snow, and it is placed at the end of the quire, along by the wall...
Page 222 - ... Cosin, then Archdeacon of Durham and Master of Peterhouse, Cambridge. It is dated April 20, 1638: "I hope my brother of London hath bene mindfull to send you some of the bookes of that copie which I made bold with your worship to read before it went to the presse, intitled by mee Sapientia Clamitans. The two first treatises in it (as I heare) are Dr. Jackson's, which I allwayes suspected by the stile; as you may remember I sayd unto your worship. And the other (some say) is a sermon of Dr. Donne's....
Page 112 - Whether they have the procession-book in English, and have said or sung the said litany in any other place but upon their knees in the midst of their church ; and whether they use any other procession, or omit the said litany at any time, or say it or sing it in such sort as the people cannot understand the same.
Page 170 - ... ten pounds, which your warden yearly takes for wine, be bestowed as is appointed by your college statutes. XI. Item, That such reverence be used in your chapel, both in your access thereunto, and recess therefrom, and also in service time, as is practised in cathedral churches, and is not dissonant to the canons and constitutions of the Church of England...