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Abbot acres Addiscombe afterwards ancient appointed Arch Archbishop Abbot Archbishop Arundel Archbishop Courtenay Archbishop Laud Archbishop of Canterbury Archbishop Parker Archbishop Stafford Archbishop Whitgift Archiepiscopal arms became Bishop Bouchier Cambridge Cardinal chamber Chancellor chapel chaplain Charles Chicheley Christ Church of England Church Street clergy College consecrated containinge coppice corbel Council Court Courtenay Cranmer crown Croydon Palace Dean death deceased diocese Duke Earl ecclesiastical elected empaling English feild formerly George Grindal gules Hall Henry VIII High Street Holy honour James John Juxon Kilwardby King Edward King's Lambeth land Lanfranc Laud learned London Lord Majesty manor of Croydon North End Norwood Oxford Papal Park Parliament pasture called Pole Pope prelate primate Queen Elizabeth reformation reign resided at Croydon Richard Road Rome Royal School side Statute successors Sudbury Surrey Thomas Timber tion took translated Upper Norwood Warham wher Whitgift William window
Page 435 - ... had traitorously and maliciously levied war against the present parliament, and the people whom they represented, and was therefore impeached as a tyrant, traitor, murderer, and a public and implacable enemy to the commonwealth.
Page 388 - TAKE the Holy Ghost, and remember that thou stir up the grace of God which is in thee, by imposition of hands; for God hath not given us the spirit of fear, but of power, and love, and of soberness.
Page 411 - Upon his advancement the queen charged him " to restore the discipline of the church, and the uniformity established by law, which (says her majesty) through the connivance of some prelates, the obstinacy of the Puritans, and the power of some noblemen, is run out of square.
Page 431 - That they had traitorously endeavoured to subvert the fundamental laws and government of the kingdom, to deprive the...
Page 436 - he much delighted in hunting, and kept a pack of good hounds, and had them so well ordered and hunted, chiefly by his own skill and direction, that they exceeded all other hounds in England for the pleasure and orderly hunting of them.
Page 418 - Lambeth, — which was very often, — he would usually the next day shew the like lowliness to his poor Brothers and Sisters at Croydon, and dine with them at his Hospital; at which time, you may believe there was joy at the table.
Page 413 - God, the Archbishop of Canterbury, with his high commissioners, have murdered in Newgate within these five years, manifestly for the testimony of Jesus Christ ; his soul is now with the Lord, and his blood cried for speedy vengeance against that great enemy of the saints, and against Mr.
Page 373 - ... the crown of England, which hath been so free at all times, that it hath been in no earthly subjection, but immediately subject to God, in all things touching the regality of the same crown, and to none other...
Page 432 - a notable man at a thanksgiving dinner," says a pamphleteer of the time quoted by Lysons, " having terrible long teeth, and a prodigious stomach to turn the archbishop's chapel into a kitchen, and to swallow up that palace and lands at a morseL" After the ^Restoration this edifice was fitted up and restored to its former state by Archbishop Juxon.