The Life and Acts of Matthew Parker (Volume 3); An Appendix to the Life and Acts of Archbishop Parker, Containing Various Transcripts of

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General Books, 2009 - 264 pages
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1821 edition. Excerpt: ... from the year of his birth, to the year wherein he was made Archbishop. Chap. ix. Number X. Parker and other Bishops elect, their private address to the Queen, against the exchange of Bishops' lands; and for other reasonable favours to be shewn to the Clergy. 202 BOOK II. Chap. ii. NumberXI. Articles for the dioceses; to be enquired of in the Archbishop's metropolitical visitation. Number XII. Archbishop Parker's statutes for the government and settlement of the hospitals of St. John the Baptist in Canterbury, and St. Nicolas in Harboldown. Chap, iii, Number XIII. Sandys, Bishop of Worcester, to the Archbishop; apologizing for himself in some things, for which the Archbishop had taken offence at him. Number XIV. The Archbishop's secret letter to the Queen; persuading her to marry. Signed by himself and two other Bishops. Number XV. The Queen to the Archbishop, the Bishop of London, Dr Bill her Almoner, and Dr. Haddon, Master of Requests; to alter some Lessons appointed to be read by the Book of Common Prayer; and for the better and more comely keeping of the churches. Chap. vi. Number XVI. The Queen's letter to the Archbishop, to visit Eton college. Chap. viii. Number XVII. The Archbishop to Secretary Cecyl; upon some speeches uttered to him by the Queen, against the marriage of the Clergy. Chap. ix. Number XVIII. Flacius Illyricus to the Archbishop, concerning ancient MSS. Dated from Jenae. Number XIX. A letter of Bishop Jewel, concerning the lawfulness of marrying two sisters successively. Chap. xiii. Number XX. The ignorant Curate of Cripplegate's letter to Mr. Peerson, the Archbishop's Almoner. Chap. xiv. Number XXI. The Queen's letter to the Archbishop, authorizing his prayers and orders for fasting, during the plague. Number XXII. A short...

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