Catalogus librorum manuscriptorum quos Collegio corporis Christi et B. Mariæ Virginis in Academia Cantabrigiensi legavit reverendissimus: Matthæus Parker, archiepiscopus cantuariensis

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Typis Academicis, excudebat J. Archdeacon, 1777 - 429 pages
 

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Page 196 - THE Church hath power to decree Rites or Ceremonies, and authority in Controversies of Faith : And yet it is not lawful for the Church to ordain any thing that is contrary to God's Word written, neither may it so expound one place of Scripture, that it be repugnant to another. Wherefore, although the Church be a witness and a keeper of holy Writ, yet, as it ought not...
Page 57 - Evalach, king Mordrens, sir Nesciens, Joseph of Arimathea, and the other heroes of the former part, give place to king Arthur, king Brangors, king Loth , and other monarchs and champions of the British line.
Page 204 - A declaracion concerning the progeny with the manner and the trade of the life and bryngyng up of that most reverent father in God Thomas Cranmer late archbishop of Canterbury, and by what order and meanes he came to his preferment and dignity, p.
Page 192 - THE DECLARATION OF THE PROCEDYNGE OF A CONFERENCE begon at Westminster the laste of Marche 1559, concerning certaine articles of religion and the breaking up of the sayde conference by default and contempt of certayne Bysshops parties of the said conference.
Page 175 - ... bodie, the which be reformed only for the advancement of vertue and lerninge and the...
Page 422 - Li rossignol, on la pensee lohan de Hovedene, clerc la roine d'Engleterre, mere le roi Edward de la neissance et de la mort et du relievement et de 1'ascension lesu Crist et de 1'assumpcion notre dame.
Page 154 - MSS. of his diocese had been sent two years ago to the secretary, in one of which, an old chronicle, was this remarkable relation, that after the conquest of England by the Saxons, whenever they, and the Britons met together to treat of peace, as long as the former continued pagans, the Britons would eat and drink with them : but that after that they had been converted by...
Page 177 - The°logico Cantabrigie. *»* There is written on the back of this letter in Bucer's handwriting, Recepi 14. maii non te respond. IV. LETTER FROM SIR JOHN CHEKE TO DR. PARKER, CONDOLING WITH HIM ON THE DEATH OF BUCER, AND INFORMING HIM THAT HE HAD SPOKEN IN FAVOUR OF HIS WIDOW TO THE LORDS OF THE COUNCIL. J HAVE deliuerd th'universitee Ires to y KMand spoken with y L.
Page 113 - two of the inhabitants of Rachdale are come up to towne, in order to give Bonde for buildyng the Schole House...

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