How the members of the Church of England ought to behave themselves under a Roman Catholic king, with reference to the Test and penal laws: In a letter to a friend by a member of the same church
Printed, and are to be sold by R. Taylor, 1687 - Catholics - 221 pages
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Page 84 - I, AB, do declare, That I do believe that there is not any transubstantiation in the sacrament of the Lord's supper, or in the elements of bread and wine, at or after the consecration thereof by any person whatsoever.
Page 86 - Testify and Declare, That I do believe that in the Sacrament of the LORDS SUPPER, there is not any Transubstantiation of the Elements of Bread and Wine into the Body and Blood of- CHRIST, at or after the Consecration thereof by any Person whatsoever : And that the Invocation or Adoration of the Virgin Mary, or any other Saint, and the Sacrifice of the Mass, as they are now used in the Church of...
Page 95 - ... the golden rule, to do to others as we would be done unto. Some Officers wished they had no further plot in what they did, and that no more was intended than what they did pretend.
Page 85 - Forasmuch as divers good laws have been made for preventing the increase and danger of popery in this kingdom, which have not had the desired effects by reason of the free access which popish recusants have had to his Majesty's court, and by reason of the liberty which of late some of the recusants have had and taken to sit and vote in Parliament...
Page 86 - Sup' per there is not any transub' stantiation of the elements of ' bread and wine into the body ' and blood of Christ, at or after ' the consecration thereof, by ' any person whatsoever ; — and ' that the invocation or adora...
Page 146 - And I do declare, that no foreign Prince, perfon, prelate, State or Potentate, hath or Ought to have any Jurifdiction, power, Superiority, pre-eminent or Authority, Ecclefiaftical or Spiritual, within this Realm. So help me God.
Page 87 - Queen's majeft y, or fhall come into the court or houfe where they or any of them refide, as well during the reign of his prefent Majefty, as during the reigns of his and their royal...