A Collection of Letters, Statutes, and Other Documents from the Ms. Library of Corp. Christ. Coll., Illustrative of the History of the University of Cambridge, During the Period of the Reformation, from A.D. MD., to A.D. MDLXXII.

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Page lv - That your petitioners are honestly attached to the doctrines and discipline of the Church of England, as by law established, and are well persuaded of the great benefits it has conferred and is conferring upon the kingdom at large. They beg leave also to declare their sincere attachment to the University of Cambridge ; - Hansard's Debates, vol.
Page lv - House their belief, as Protestant Christians, that no civil or ecclesiastical polity was ever so devised by the wisdom of man as not to require, from time to time, some modification from the change of external circumstances or the progress of opinion.
Page xlii - The articles agreed upon by the bishops and other learned and godly men, in the last convocation at London, in the year of our Lord MDLII., for to root out the discord of opinions, and establish the agreement of true religion ; likewise published by the king's majesty's authority, 1553.
Page 402 - History of Popery; the Origin, Growth, and Progress of the Papal Power; its Political Influence, and Effects on the Progress of Civilization. 9s. 6d.
Page 303 - ... things which thou didst give them, so we for our time may fruitfully use the same, to the setting forth of thy holy word, thy laud, and praise; and finally, that both they and we may reign with thee in glory, thro Jesus Christ our Lord.
Page 402 - CV. *HISTORY OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH ; from the Ascension of Jesus Christ to the Conversion of Constantine. By the late EDWARD BURTON, DD, Regius Professor of Divinity at Oxford.
Page lvii - ... of the civil and ecclesiastical establishments of this realm. " The University is a body recognized by the law of England as a lay corporation, invested with important civil privileges, and on that account resting on no secure foundation which is not in harmony with the social system of the state. Your petitioners therefore humbly beg leave to suggest, that, as the legislative bodies of the United Kingdom have repealed the Test Act, and admitted Christians of all denominations to seats in Parliament...
Page lii - That young students in divinity be directed to study such books as be most agreeable in doctrine and discipline to the church of England...
Page 276 - ... aut aliqua alia re, causa vel materia quacunq; in aliquo non obstante. In cujus rei testimonium has literas nostras fieri fecimus patentes.

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