The Life and Contemporaneous Church History of Antonio de Dominis, Archbishop of Spalatro: Which Included the Kingdoms of Dalmatia and Croatia ; Afterwards Dean of Windsor, Master of the Savoy, and Rector of West Ilsley in the Church of England, in the Reign of James I

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J. Henry and J. Parker, 1859 - 271 pages

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Page 35 - a certain woman of the company lifted up her voice, and said unto Him, Blessed is the womb that bare Thee, and the paps that Thou hast sucked,
Page xii - Dublin, for the good of that society; and myself being required to render unto your Majesty some testimony of the said William Bedell, who was long my chaplain at Venice, at the time of my first employment, I am bound, in all conscience and truth, so far as your Majesty will vouchsafe to
Page xi - informed that certain persons have, by the good wishes of the Archbishop of Armagh, been directed hither, with a most humble petition to your Majesty, that you will be pleased to make Mr. William Bedell, now resident upon a small benefice in Suffolk, governor of your college
Page xii - and positive, than from any he had ever practised in his days, of which all the passages were well known unto the King, your .father, of blessed memory. And so, with your Majesty's good favour, I will end this needless office, for the general fame both of his learning, and life, and Christian temper, and those religious labours which
Page 159 - in the 20th Article,—" The Church hath power to decree rites and ceremonies, and authority in controversies of faith,
Page 81 - thou such weak witness of thy name, Thou in our wonder and astonishment, Hast built thyself a living monument
Page xii - propounded unto your Majesty in your whole kingdom, for singular erudition and piety, conformity to the rules of your Church, and zeal to advance the cause of God, wherein his travels abroad were not
Page 81 - in piled stones; Or, that his hallowed relics should be hid Under a starry pointing pyramid. Dear son of memory, great heir of fame, What
Page xii - took, I may say, into his very soul, with whom he did communicate the inwardest thoughts of his heart, from whom he professed to have received more knowledge in all divinity, both
Page 105 - which are not seen; for the things that are seen are temporal, but the things which are not seen are eternal.

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