Oxford Historical Society, Volume 2

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Clarendon Press for the Oxford Historical Society, 1885 - Antiquarians
 

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Page 341 - Enquiry into the Constitution, Discipline, Unity, and Worship of the Primitive Church that flourished within the first 300 years after Christ : faithfully collected out of the extant writings of those ages.
Page 69 - View considered,' proving, that [in case our present invalidly deprived fathers shall leave all their sees vacant, either by death or resignation,] we shall not then be obliged to keep up our separation from those Bishops who are as yet involved in the guilt of the present unhappy schism. Lond. 1 705, 8vo. Some time after, he published ' A farther prospect of the Case in View, in answer to some new objections not then considered.
Page 175 - These principles are deduced from phenomena and made general by induction, which is the highest evidence that a proposition can have in this philosophy. And the word 'hypothesis...
Page 377 - Panegyric," which he translated in 1686, and published with this title, " An Address of Thanks to a good Prince, presented in the Panegyric of Pliny upon Trajan, the best of the Roman Emperors.
Page 4 - Et laudamus nomen tuum in saeculum * et in saeculum saeculi. Dignare Domine die isto * sine peccato nos custodire. Miserere nostri Domine: * miserere nostri. Fiat misericordia tua Domine super nos, * quemadmodum speravimus in te. In te Domine speravi: * non confundar in aeternum.
Page 371 - The Byble,/ which is all the holy Scrip-/ture: In whych are contayned the/ Olde and Newe Testament truly/ and purely translated into En-/glysh by Thomas Matthew./ C Esaye.
Page 390 - Borne church, and acknowledges him to have been his spiritual father. THOUGH nothing can be spoke worthy his fame, Or the remembrance of that precious name, Judicious Hooker; though this cost be spent On him that hath a lasting monument In his own Books, yet ought we to express, If not his worth, yet our respectfulness.
Page vi - Perhaps too the time has come when one may venture, without offence or loss of intellectual caste, to challenge the vulgar verdict upon the nonjurors; and may at least call on their censors to name any English sect as eminent, in proportion to its numbers, alike for solid learning, and for public as well as private virtues.
Page 345 - ... there was I believe but little confidence between them; they conversed merely about general topics, religion and learning, of which both were undoubtedly Stupendous examples; and, with regard to true Christian perfection, I have heard Johnson say, "That George Psalmanazar's piety, penitence, and virtue exceeded almost what we read as wonderful even in the lives of saints.
Page 84 - ... Governor-in-Chief of our Territory and Dominion of New-England, or to the Governor or Commander-in-Chief there, for the time being, or to such person or persons, as they shall impower to receive the same, and for so doing, this shall be your warrant. Given at our Court at Windsor, this 19th day of September, 1G8G, in the second year of our reign. By his Majesty's command. SUNDERLAND P. Col. Dongan to deliver Pemaquid Fort to Sir Edmund Andros. Laws enacted by Governor Andros and his Council....

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