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accused adultery Advocate againe answere appeare Arthur Arthur Savage asked bill BISHOP OF LONDON booke brought Bushell called CANTERBURY cause charge childe Christ Church Commission committed common confessed Conventicle Counsell Court Deane defendants delivered denyed desired divers Doctor donne downe examined Falkland fame father fault fitt Francis fyned gave give guilty hand hath heard heare heere Henry High himselfe Hooke John Judge Justice King King's knew leave letter Long Lord Keeper LORD PRIVY SEALE manner marriage married Martin Matie matter minister never oath offence opinion ordered parish partie persons petition plaintiff poore preach present prison proofe proved punished received refused rest Richard Robert saith scandall seates sent sentence servant shewed simony sinne suit taken therfore thing thinke Thomas thought tooke true tyme unto Viccars wife witnesses worth
Page 317 - March, 1855, and that we have examined the said accounts, with the vouchers relating thereto, and find the same to be correct and satisfactory. And we further report, that the following is an Abstract of the Receipts and Expenditure during the period we have mentioned.
Page 295 - God to give milk to the babes and younglings and strong meat for the men of understanding. You have the word of God to feed you, the sacraments to strengthen you, and we support you by prayer. For all this what despite do you return us? You call us abominable men, to be hated of all, that we carry the mark of the beast, that we are his members. We do bear this patiently, not because we have no law to right us, but because of your obstinacy. But for your dishonouring of God and disobeying...
Page 283 - Rome are soe carefull, that not a word or a letter is to be found amisse in their Ladie's Psalter and other superstitious bookes: and that we should not be soe carefull in printinge the sacred Scriptures: and that they in Holland at Amsterdam, had gott up an English presse and had printed the Bible in better paper, and with a better letter, and can undersell us i8d in a bible.
Page 271 - I dare not worship God in vaine," but saith THE BISHOP OF LONDON, " will you not sweare and take an oath when you are called to it by the Magistrate ? " S. JONES. " Yes, I will answere upon my oath to end a controversy before a lawful magistrate.
Page 42 - The official view was that if the regulation of the grain trade was meticulously enforced, all would be well. Strafford had not set a very good example to lesser men. He evidently saw the dearth as an opportunity for profit rather than charity.86 Since at least 1629 Strafford had been...
Page 281 - Court is lymited, & you may be driven to abiure the Realme for your offence. Then Robert Reignoldes of Thistleworth was tendered the oath. He desired to speak 2 or 3 wordes : If I have done any thing against the Law, lett me be accused by the Course of the law : if I thought this oath might be taken with a good Conscience, I would take it; and I doe for the present desire you, though you doe not pitty me yet to pitty my poore wife & smale Children. York. Pitty your wife £ Children your self, and...
Page 272 - Take them away." Soe they were all committed to the New prison, and it was appointed, that at the next Court, being a fortnight after this, because of Ascention day, they should be brought againe to the Consistorie at Paules, because of trouble and danger in bringinge soe manle prisoners as there were over the water to Lambeth.
Page 299 - That to the believer all things are pure, and that David when he committed adultery pleased God as well as when he danced before the Arke.