The Works of the Most Reverend Father in God, William Laud, D.D., Sometime Lord Archbishop of Canterbury: pt. 1. Miscellaneous papers ; Letters

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John Henry Parker, 1847
 

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Page 503 - Prebendaries ; and also to pass all the premises under the style and title of the Dean and Chapter of the Collegiate Church of St. Peter in Westminster...
Page 686 - Discourses on Prophecy, In which are considered its Structure, Use, and Inspiration ; being the substance of Twelve Sermons preached in the Chapel of Lincoln's Inn, by JOHN DAVISON, BD Sixth and Cheaper Edition.
Page 398 - (he writes in another place), " I see you deciphered it well " (they frequently corresponded in cipher), " and I see you make use of it too; do so still, thorough and thorough. Oh that I were where I might go so too ! but I am shackled between delays and uncertainties; you have a great deal of honor here for your proceedings ; go on a God's name.
Page 395 - I leave you to the Grace of God, and rest. — Your Lordship's very loving Friend and Brother, W. CANT. LAMBETH, April 20, 1636. B. Mr Hill Burton's Collation of the Lambeth Copy. In the Advocates' Library, Edinburgh, is an English Book of Common Prayer into which the late Mr Hill Burton transcribed this collation.
Page 686 - THE REAL PRESENCE, the Doctrine of the English Church, with a vindication of the reception by the wicked and of the Adoration of our Lord Jesus Christ truly present.
Page 390 - ... and if you make it appear, that any tenant of your lordship doth hold more lands than he doth acknowledge upon this survey, I will inform his majesty of him, and his course against the church, that such further order may be taken with him as shall appertain to justice.
Page 369 - I leave you to the grace of God, and rest, Your lordship's very loving friend and brother, Croyden, October 4, 1C34.
Page 690 - To make boys learn to read, and then place no good books within their reach, is to give men an appetite, and leave nothing in the pantry save unwholesome and poisonous food, which, depend upon it, they will eat rather than starve.
Page 448 - So I leave you to the grace of God, and rest, " Your Lordship's loving Freind and Brother, "W. CANT.
Page 406 - And for your canons, to speak truth, and with wonted liberty and freedom ; though I cannot but think the English canons entire, (especially with some few amendments) would have done better ; yet since you and that Church have thought otherwise, I do very easily submit to it, and you shall have my prayers that God would bless it.

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