A Register of the Presidents, Fellows, Demies, Instructors in Grammar and in Music, Chaplains, Clerks, Choristers, and Other Members of Saint Mary Magdalen College in the University of Oxford, from the Foundation of the College to the Present Time: Chaplains, clerks, and organists


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Page 152 - And there is none that calleth upon thy name, that stirreth up himself to take hold of thee; for thou hast hid thy face from us, and hast consumed us, because of our iniquities.
Page 345 - William and Mary, by the Grace of God King and Queen of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, Defenders of the Faith, &c.
Page cviii - He was received at the door by a servant, who was one of that gloomy generation that were then in fashion. He conducted him, with great silence and seriousness, to a long gallery which was darkened at noon-day, and had only a single candle burning in it.
Page xlvii - ... where they had the mass of the blessed virgin, they now have the communion which they call the communion of the virgin; where they had the principal, or high mass, they now have, as they call it, the high communion. They still retain their vestments and the candles before the altars...
Page 153 - But continue thou in the things which thou hast learned and hast been assured of, knowing of whom thou hast learned them; And that from a child thou hast known the holy scriptures, which are able to make thee wise unto salvation through faith which is in Christ Jesus.
Page 144 - He told me it was upon those occasions his common way, to begin about nine in the morning, with a prayer for about a quarter of an hour, in which he begged a blessing on the work of the day ; and afterwards read and expounded a chapter or psalm, in which he spent about three quarters ; then prayed for about an hour, preached for another hour, and prayed for about half an hour.
Page clix - ... liberal art and sentiment, at once pillaged and disgraced the country which they pretended to serve. It had become necessary to recruit for the public service from a very different class, from that class of which Addison was the representative. The close of the Minister's letter was remarkable : ' I am called,' he said, ' an enemy of the Church. But I will never do it any other injury than keeping Mr. Addison out of it.
Page 144 - ... an hour, preached for another hour, and prayed for about half an hour. After this, he retired, and took some little refreshment for about a quarter of an hour or more, the people singing all the while, and then came again into the pulpit, and prayed for another hour, and gave them another sermon of about an hour's length ; and so concluded the service of the day, at about four of the clock in the evening, with about half an hour or more in prayer.
Page 388 - Halls hereinafter mentioned ten days previous notice of his intention to mnke such representation, has, under the provisions of an Act passed in the Session of Parliament held in the sixteenth and seventeenth years of Her Majesty's Reign...
Page cviii - ... at length the Head of the College came out to him from an inner room with half a dozen nightcaps upon his head, and religious horror in his countenance. The young man trembled, but his fears increased, when, instead of being asked what progress ho had made in learning, he was examined how he abounded in grace.

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