The Present State of Ecclesiastical Architecture in England

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Page 77 - A Discoverie of the Manifold Corruptions of the Holy Scriptures by the Heretikes of our Daies, specially the English Sectaries, and of their foule dealing herein...
Page 155 - Quomodo obscuratum est aurum, mutatus est color optimus, dispersi sunt lapides Sanctuarii in capite omnium platearum ? Filii Sion inclyti, et amicti auro primo, quomodo reputati sunt in vasa testea, opus manuum figuli?
Page 127 - ... to appease all such diversity (if any arise) and for the resolution of all doubts, concerning the manner how to understand, do and execute the things contained in this Book...
Page 139 - ... the corner of the napkin, wherein the bread was laid, and when he beheld the bread he laid it down again, flew back a step or two, bowed three several times towards it, then he drew near again and opened the napkin and bowed as before.
Page 126 - ... of contention taken away, which many times groweth by those and such like diversities, and considering that amongst other things belonging to our royal office and...
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Page 10 - THE HISTORY and Antiquities of the Castle and Town of ARUNDEL, including the Biography of its Earls, from the Conquest to the present Time. By the Rev. MA TIERNEY, FRS, FSA, Chaplain to his Grace the Duke of Norfolk. In 2 vols. royal 8vo., illustrated with numerous Engravings, Etchings, and Pedigrees, price ll.
Page 126 - ... be set up in some convenient part of the chancel within every such church or chapel, to serve for the ministration of the blessed communion. And, to the intent the same may be done without the offence of such of our loving subjects as be not yet so well persuaded in that behalf as we could wish, we send unto you herewith certain considerations, gathered and collected, that make for the purpose.
Page 13 - AN AMICABLE DISCUSSION on the Church of England, and on the Reformation in general; translated from the French of the " DISCUSSION AMICALE,
Page 123 - The Austin Friars, in London, was given to the Dutch Protestants as a preaching place ; it was once a most glorious church. Stow, who remembered it in its glory, describes it thus : " A large church, having a most fine spired steeple, small, high, and straight, so that I have not seen the like.

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