2 edition of A new letany for these times, fitted to most persons and occasions found in the catalog.
A new letany for these times, fitted to most persons and occasions
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 611:8.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 6 p.|
A Letter from the Arch-Bishops and Bishops to the King's most excellent majesty Mather, Increase, An arrow against profane and promiscuous dancing drawn out of the quiver of scriptures / by the minister of Christ at Boston in New-England. Full text of "Catalogue of books in the British museum printed in England, Scotland " See other formats.
To taste of hare, hen, and goose, they thinke it unlawfull; howbeit, these they keep for their delight and pleasure. of them all, those are most civil and curteous by far, that dwell in Kent, which is a country altogether lying upon the sea coast; neither doe these inhabitants differ much in custome from the Gaules. the Inlanders for the most. Clavis apocalyptica, or, A prophetical key by which the great mysteries in the revelation of St. John and the prophet Daniel are opened: it beeing made apparent that the prophetical numbers com to an end with the year of our Lord, in two treatises: 1. Shewing what in these our times hath been fulfilled, 2.
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A new letany for these times, fitted to most persons and occasions: being an essay in order to a new reformation in the three nations. Publisher: London: [publisher not identified], Printed in the second year of Englands redemption from the spawn of Machiavel and after the never to be lamented Death of John Bradshaw [?].
A New-Year-gift, or, The youth's instructor through the wilderness of this world, to the mansions of eternal glory.
With a most pious and religious catechism, fitting for the capacities of young children; with several morning and evening prayers: and prayers before and after the receiving the Holy Communion.: With graces before and after meat. The Contents of this Book.
1 An Act for the uniformitie of Common Prayer. 2 The Præface. 3 Concerning the service of the Church. 4 Concerning Ceremonies. 5 The Order how the Psalter is appointed to be read.
6 The Order how the rest of the holy scripture is appointed to be read. 7 A Table of proper Lessons, and Psalms. 8 Tables, and Rules for the Feasts, and Fasts through. The right way to goe to worke: or, a sermon seasonable and vsefull in these stirring times containing matter of direction in all actions, and presenting meanes of supportation vnder the weight either of publike or priuate, dangerous or difficult seruices and employments.
Vpon Proverbs 3. Balnaves, Henry, Sir, d. / . PREFACE. onegreat disadvantage, which hehasfound itimpossible to overcome. They ought tohave been accompanied byaseries ofDiscussions onimportant texts ofthe Apocalypse, and onthe principles adopted in their interpretation.
Without these too much mayseem at times tohave been taken for granted, andmany may beofopinion that assumptions have been made without. For these dwell and rule fitted to most persons and occasions book & change lawes and times in this their habition which is the bottemlesse pit, as the Father Sonne & holy Ghost do in their habitation, which is the New Jerusalem.
The true definition of a true visible Church of Iesus Christ. For the former, that in our Common-Prayer Book, there be severall Services for severall occasions, of the Sacraments, &c.
for severall dayes, as the Letany, for severall times in the day, not onely Morning and Evening but one part to be said earlier in the morning, and then toward noone a return to another part, (as the ancient Primitives. Full text of "Political Ballads Published in England During the Commonwealth" See other formats.
The entry in in the Vestry Book of St. Peter's Parish, New Kent, speaks for itself: "Order'd — That the Church Wardens cause a good and substantial Pair of Stocks to be forthwith erected near the Church-Yard Wall, for the Restraint of licentious and disorderly Persons several such having lately appeared in the Church, to the great.
Full text of "Hierurgia anglicana; documents and extracts illustrative of the ceremonial of the Anglican church after the reformation" See other formats. The Washington times. (Washington [D.C.])DecemSunday Evening Edition, Page 9, Image 9, brought to you by Library of Congress, Washington, DC, and the National Digital Newspaper Program.
The Times. “Of facts and figures such as these this valuable book will be found full to overflowing, and it is calculated therefore to interest all kinds of readers, from the student to the dilettante, from the romancer in search of matter to the most.
The alliance of divine offices, exhibiting all the liturgies of the Church of England since the Reformation as also the late Scotch service-book, with all their respective variations: and upon them all annotations, vindictating the Book of common-prayer from the main objections of its adversaries, explicating many parcels thereof hithereto not clearly understood, shewing the.
The story is too familiar to repeat, of the two occasions on which Tyndale's New Testament in English was burnt before Old St. Paul's; but in pausing to reflect that the book which met with this fiery fate, and whose author ultimately met with the same, is now sold in England by the million (for our received version is substantially Tyndale's.
the most refined cruelty could suggest: the punish ments which they underwent, so continually termi nated in death itself, that, accordingto the historians ofthose times, the fatal effects that were produced by themwere never equalled, at any one period, by the ravages offamine, ofpestilence, or ofwar.
The mannersoftheirdeaths, moreover. Maine is notable for detachment and candor. But these This book book promises to be both a family gathering of sorts each instance, the if scholarly a institutional chronicles can be in history of the University of its is ply set aside as a reference.
you ask the questions of a college that a first-rate historian would ask of any institution. (1) The conception which most immediately springs to mind is of the Fellowship of Holy Persons. But as the word translated “Saints” is in Latin and Greek either neuter or masculine, it might also equally well mean (2) the sharing of things which by being offered become holy, and (3) participation in Holy Things.
With the heavenly speech uttered by him at the time of his suffering. Very usefull for these times both for the encouragement of the Godly to suffer, And for the terrour and shame of the Lords Adversaries.
Heb. For you have neede of patience, that after you have done the will of God, you might receive the promises. Heb. Biblioclast, Burned Books, Library, Book. Bacon's most important writings in science and philosophy are parts of a vast work which he left unfinished, his "Magna Instauratio." The first part of this, the "De Augmentis," is an enlargement in Latin of his book on "The Advancement of Learning," in which he takes account of the progress in human knowledge to his own day.
toral songs and poems in Choyce Drollery is one other noticeable characteristic. Even as Utopian schemes, frith dreams of an unrealized Republic where laws may be equally administered, and cultivation given to all highest arts or sciences, are found to be most popular in times of discontent and tyranny, when no en.thc3 thc3f Vol 3: The Classics ESSAYS, CIVIL AND MORAL AND THE NEW ATLANTIS BY FRANCIS BACON AREOPAGITICA AND TRACT.'Rime and reason': the political world of the English broadside ballad, Excellent New Song fitted for the Times, An (), b/1, Pepys ().
Thirty And Two Extremes Of These Times Discovered And Reduced To Sixicene Golden MeanesAuthor: Angela McShane Jones.