A discourse concerning the Ecclesiastical commission: open'd in the jerusalem-chamber, October the 10th; 1689

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Printed for R. Chiswell, 1689 - Church and state - 36 pages
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Page 14 - ... it is most fit that there should be a strict method prescribed for the examination of such persons as desire to be admitted into holy orders, both as to their learning and manners. " We therefore, out of our pious and princely care for the good order...
Page 26 - England, which was set forth in one book entitled the Book of Common Prayer and Administration of Sacraments and Other Rites and Ceremonies in the Church of England...
Page 26 - Whereas in the first year of the late Queen Elizabeth there was one uniform order of common service and prayer, and of the administration of sacraments, rites and ceremonies in the Church of England...
Page 23 - Whereas, of long time, there hath been had in this realm of England, and in Wales, divers Forms of Common Prayer, commonly called the Service of the Church, that is to say, the use of Sarum, of York, of Bangor, and of Lincoln...
Page 14 - ... and whereas it is most fit that there should be a strict method prescribed, for the examination of such persons as desire to be admitted into holy orders, both as to their learning and manners. " We, therefore, out of our pious and princely care...
Page 23 - ... been, and ought to be assembled only by the king's writ, but also submitting themselves to the king's majesty, have promised in verbo sacerdotii...
Page 23 - ... council, in gathering and collecting the said archbishop, bishops, and learned men together, as the godly prayers, orders, rites, and ceremonies in the said book mentioned, and the considerations of altering those things which...
Page 23 - Scripture, as to the usages in the Primitive Church, should draw and make one convenient and meet order, rite and fashion of common and open Prayer and administration of the Sacraments, to be had and used in his Majesty's realm of England and in Wales : the which at this time, by the aid of the Holy Ghost, with one uniform agreement is of them concluded, set forth and delivered to his Highness, to his great comfort and quietness of mind, in a book entitled...
Page 27 - October one thousand six hundred and sixty, granted his commission under the great seal of England to several bishops and other divines to review the Book of Common Prayer, and to prepare such alterations and additions as they thought fit to offer...
Page 23 - Where the King's humble and obedient subjects the clergy of this realm of England have not only knowledged according to the truth that the Convocations of the same clergy is always, hath been and ought to be assembled only by the King's writ, but also submitting themselves to the King's Majesty...

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