A Continuation of the Account of the Ministers, Lecturers, Masters and Fellows of Colleges, and Schoolmasters, who Were Ejected and Silenced After the Restoration in 1660, by Or Before the Act for Uniformity: To which is Added, The Church and Dissenters Compar'd as to Persecution, in Some Remarks on Dr. Walker's Attempt to Recover the Names and Sufferings of the Clergy that Were Sequestred, &c., Between 1640 and 1660. And Also Some Free Remarks on the Twenty-eight Chapter of Dr. Bennet's Essay on the 39 Articles of Religion ...

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R. Ford, 1727 - Church and state - 63 pages
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Page 701 - Majesty's person and authority, in the preservation and defence of the true religion and liberties of the kingdoms, that the world may bear witness with our consciences of our loyalty, and that we have no thoughts or intentions to diminish His Majesty's just power and greatness.
Page 649 - Requeft for you is, that our LORD JESUS CHRIST, and GOD even our FATHER, who hath loved us...
Page 701 - The fundamental constitution and government of this kingdom,' which they therein assure us, if we understand them, they would never alter. Yea, we hold ourselves bound in duty to God, religion, the King, parliament, and kingdom, to profess before God, angels, and men, that we verily believe that which is so much feared to be now in agitation, ' The taking away the life of the King...
Page 701 - ... that God would restrain the violence of men, ' that they may not dare to draw upon themselves, and the kingdom, the blood of their sovereign.
Page 701 - King, in the present way of tryal— is not only not agreeable to any word of God, the principles of the Protestant religion (never yet stained with the least drop of...
Page 681 - After his ejectment he continued to preach among the people, to whom he had been related, as he had opportunity ; but he was sadly harassed, and at length some of his enemies threatened his life, and he was forced to fly to London, where he often preached in the time of the plague, when many others fled into the country to escape it.
Page 745 - ... tis the most proud and prodigal place that ever I beheld ; especially it is so as to the women among us. For a cooper's wife shall go forth in the best flowered silks, and richest silver and gold lace that England can afford, with a couple of negroes at her tail, there being five blacks to one white.
Page 825 - Goodman by his Name took him for a Puritan : But when he told him his father took his Name out of the Apocrypha, he was very well pleas'd with him.
Page 701 - A vindication of the London ministers from the unjust aspersions cast upon their former actings for the parliament, as if they had promoted the bringing of the king to capital punishment.
Page 80 - Christian faith and doctrine of the sacraments, yet for not conforming in some points of ceremonies, and for refusing the subscription directed by the late canons, have been removed from their ecclesiastical livings, being their freehold, and debarred from all means of maintenance, to the great grief of...