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" ... Oxford. This inflamed more men than were angry before, and no doubt did not only sharpen the edge of envy and malice against the archbishop, (who was the known architect of this new fabric,) but most... "
The British Magazine, Or, Monthly Repository for Gentlemen & Ladies - Page 336
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The history of the rebellion and civil wars in England: begun in the year ...

Edward Hyde Earl of Clarendon - 1707
...thiJ new Fabrick ) but mofirunjuftly. Indifpofed many towards the Church it felf j which they look's! upon as the Gulph ready to fwallow all the great Offices,...the mean time the Arch-Biihop himfelf was infinitely pkafeil with what was done, and unhappily believ'd he had provided a ftronger Support for the Church...
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Athenae Britannicae: Or, A Critical History of the Oxford and Cambridge ...

Myles Davies - 1716
...but molt * unjuftly indifpos'd many towards the Church Tt * felf, which they look'd upon as the Gulf ready to ' fwallow all the great Offices, there being others * in view of that Robe (of the Clergy) who were 'ambitious enough to expecr. the reft, p- 74* Williams Bifhop of Lincoln,...
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An Essay Towards Attaining a True Idea of the Character and Reign of King ...

Micaiah Towgood - 1748 - 158 lehte
...towards the Church itfelf ; which they looked upon as the Gulpb ready to fwallow all the great Offices j there being others in View of that Robe, who were ambitious enough to expect the reft." " In the Levying WhitelockeV of Ship-Money great Care was taken to favour Mem. pag 22 the Clergy." " His Majefty...
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An Historical and Critical Account of the Life and Writings of Charles I ...

William Harris - 1758 - 428 lehte
...malice againft the archbifhop (who was the ' ' known architect of this new fabrickj, but moft un' juftly indifpofed many towards the church itfelf; which '...offices, there being others in view, of that robe, (?) ciarcn- ' who were ambitious enough to expect the reft (q)' don, vol. i. Yhe fame noble author...
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The Orthodox churchman's magazine; or, A Treasury of divine and ..., 13. köide

1807
...naturally excited the jealoufy and refentment of the nobility, and as, lord Clarendon fays, it " moil unjuftly indifpofed many towards the church itfelf...view, of that robe, •who were ambitious enough to expeft the reft." It is, however, admitted on all hands that the bifhop cortdufted himfelf with the...
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The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England, 1. köide,1. number

Edward Hyde Earl of Clarendon - 1807
...envy and malice againft the Archbifhop, (who was the known architect of this new fabric), but moft unjuftly indifpofed many towards the Church itfelf;...ambitious enough to expect the reft. In the mean time the Archbifhop himfelf was infinitely pleafed with what was done, and unhappily believed he had provided...
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The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England, 1. köide,1. number

Edward Hyde Earl of Clarendon - 1807
...envy and malice againft the Archbifhop, (who was the known architect of this new fabric), but moft unjuftly indifpofed many towards the Church itfelf;...in view, of that robe, who were ambitious enough to expedt the reft. In the mean time the Archbifhop himfelf was infinitely pleafed with what was done,...
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Tracts on Important Subjects: Historical, Controversial, and Devotional

Micaiah Towgood - 1812 - 556 lehte
...and indisposed msny towards the church itself; which they looked upon as the gulph ready to swallow all the great offices; there being others in view...that robe, who were ambitious enough to expect the rest." — Clartnd. Vol. ip 99. " In the levying of ship-money great care was taken to favour the clergy."...
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An Historical and Critical Account of the Lives and Writings of ..., 2. köide

William Harris - 1814
...attempted to be put on many towards the church itself; which they looked upon as the gulph ready to swallow all the great offices, there being others in view,...that robe, who were ambitious enough to expect the rest*." The same noble author speaks with grief of some clergymen's " bold and unwarrantable opposing...
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Memoirs of the Protector, Oliver Cromwell, and of His Sons ..., 1. köide

Oliver Cromwell - 1821 - 486 lehte
...unjustly indisposed many towards the church itself, which they looked upon as the gulf ready to swallow all the great offices, there being others in view...that robe, who were ambitious enough to expect the rest. In the mean time, the Archbishop himself was infinitely pleased with what was done, and unhappily...
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