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Page 625 - to learn and labor truly to get mine own living, and to do my duty in that state of life unto which it shall please GOD to call me.
Page 331 - 9-14, and ending with these words: "And one of the elders answered, saying unto me, What are these which are arrayed in white robes ? and whence came they ? And I
Page 622 - It is therefore ordered by this Court, and the authority thereof, that whosoever shall be found observing any such day as Christmas or the like, either by forbearing labor, feasting or any other way, upon any such account as aforesaid, every such person so offending shall pay for every such offense five shillings, as a fine to the County.
Page 666 - Men may call me a knave, or a fool, a rascal, a scoundrel, and I am content; but they shall never, by my consent, call me Bishop! For my sake, for God's sake, for Christ's sake, put a full end to this I Let the Presbyterians do what they please, but let the Methodists know their calling better.
Page 265 - retained what was truly Catholic and unobjectionable in the celebration of Divine Service, as an inheritance, which neither Pope nor Puritan had any good right to take from her. They acted on the principle, that " Every country should use such Ceremonies, as they shall think best to the
Page 666 - concern. How can you, how dare you, suffer yourself to be called Bishop? I shudder, I start at the very thought I Men may call me a knave, or a fool, a rascal, a scoundrel, and I am content; but they shall never, by my consent, call me Bishop!
Page 436 - and that much of the truth which it teaches, is in the Canons. He knew that Christ had said even to the Seventy at the start: " He that heareth you, heareth me ; and he that despiseth you, despiseth me ; and he that despiseth me, despiseth Him that sent me."|| And if this was true of the Seventy, much * Augustin. Epist. 213, Classis III., in Migne's Latins, torn. 33, Col. 967.
Page 514 - the Secretary to this our Commission, and to attend you, whose services and assistance we require you to use, from time to time, as occasion may require. " Given at our Court at St. James, the 3rd day of June, 1867, in the thirtieth year of our reign. "By her Majesty's command,
Page 28 - Household Prayers, for Four Weeks ; with Additional Prayers for Special Occasions. To which is appended a Course of Scripture Reading for every day in the year. By Rev. J. E. Riddle, MA Revised, with additions and slight alterations, by a Presbyter of the Protestant Episcopal Church.