A Brief Account of the Nature, Use, and End of the Office of Dean Rural: Addressed to the Clergy of the Deanry of Chalke, A.D. 1666-7

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Page 34 - AD 260, in the episcopate of Sixtus of Rome ; and whose duties, as the first of the seven deacons, and the church's almoner, are sung by Prudentius in verses pertinent to the text :— Hie primus e septem viris, Qui stant ad aram proximi, Levita sublimis gradu Et cajteris prastantior : Claustris sacrorum praeerat, Cajlestis arcanum domus Fidis gubernans clavibus Votasque dispensans opes.
Page v - Priaufo, who, though he accepted of this living in the times of the Commonwealth of England, and was in the commission for ejecting ignorant and scandalous ministers and schoolmasters ; yet never discovering any forwardness in complying with the powers in being, or the designs then on foot, he was...
Page vi - Restoration, received as a friend of the monarchy and church, and accordingly preferred ; for he was soon after made a prebendary of Netherbury in Terra, in the church of Salisbury; and being esteemed an excellent divine, was offered the King's Professorship of Divinity at Oxford, upon the promotion of Dr. Sanderson to the see of Lincoln; but he modestly refused it, and contented himself with the archdeaconry of Salisbury, which he held to his death, which happened in that city, June MDCLXXIV., and...
Page 33 - And they were very common," he adds, " in England; taking their titles from places 'in partibus infidelium,' or from places in which, though there were fixed sees, and they had been ordained to them, they could not remain with safety; and upon this account we find several Irish bishops, from time to time, received and acting as suffragans, under English bishops.
Page 33 - upon which he was threatened with the taking his commission from him : (for though they could do nothing but by a delegation from the bishop, yet the orders they gave were still valid, even when they transgressed in conferring them :) upon that, the suffragan said a thing that was as insolent in him, as it was honourable for Mr.
Page 27 - Subsequenter postea quaesivisti utrum decani rurales,qui protempore statuuntur, ad mandatum tuum solum, vel Archidiaconi, vel etiam utriusque institui debeant vel destitui, si fuerint amovendi. Ad hoc breviter...
Page 9 - wee may rightly ground this axiome, that when the subject wherein one man's labours of sundrie kinds are imployed, doth waxe so great, that the same men are no longer able to manage it sufficiently as before, the most natural!
Page 33 - ... upon which he was threatened with the taking his commission from him : (for though they could do nothing but by a delegation from the bishop, yet the orders they gave were still valid, even when they transgressed in conferring them :) upon that, the suffragan said a thing that was as insolent in him, as it was honourable for Mr. Bedell, that he had ordained a better man than any the bishop had ever ordained, naming Bedell.
Page 33 - England, taking their titles from places in partibus infidelium, or from places in which (though there were settled sees, and they had been ordained to them,) they could not remain with safety ; and upon this account several Irish bishops from time to time were received and acted as suffragans, under English bishops.
Page 12 - L. ic 182. B. PP. But as for that part of ye Episcopall Function wch was comitted to their trust, it seemes in S...

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