The Reports of Sir Jeffery Palmer, Knight and Baronet ...

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T. Wotton, 1721 - Great Britain - 559 pages
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Page 614 - A Scholastical History of the Canon of the Holy Scripture ; or The Certain and indubitable Books thereof, as they are received in the Church of England.
Page 473 - ... that the election was first granted by the King's progenitors upon a certain form and condition, as to demand licence of the King to choose, and after the election to have his royal assent, and not in other manner. Which conditions not being kept, the thing ought by reason to resort to its first nature.
Page 614 - Sign1f1cations and Uses in English ; and how to render them into Latin according to the Propriety and Elegancy of that Language. With a Praxis upon the same.
Page 614 - Survey of the Ruins of Chriftian Religion, undermined by unchriftian Praftice ; by the Author of the Whole Duty of Man.
Page 614 - Laid down In a plain and Familiar Way for the Ufe of All, but efpecially the Meaneft Reader.
Page 614 - A Catalogue of all the Parliaments, or reputed Parliaments from the year 1640. A Narrative of fome paiTages, in or relating to the long Parliament, by a Perlon of Honour.
Page 614 - Canons, Orders, Ordinances and Conftitutions Ecclefiaftical, and other publick Records of the Church ^England, with a Learned Preface : by Anthony Sparrow, LordBifhop of Norwich.
Page 97 - Bricklayers hould not plafter with Lime and Hair, but with Lime and Sand onely : And that plaftering with Lime and Hair fhould belong unto the Plafterers ; $ queur enfreint ceo fouetteront 40 s.

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