History of Reformation in England, notes. (Revised and enlarged) [from a chart].


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Página 1 - Popery was the master-piece of Satan. I believe him utterly incapable of such another contrivance. It was a systematic and infallible plan for forming manacles and mufflers for the human mind. It was a welllaid design to render Christianity contemptible, by the abuse of its principles and its institutions. It was formed to overwhelm — to enchant — to sit as " the great whore, making the earth drunk with her fornications.
Página 59 - From all sedition and privy conspiracy, from the tyranny of the Bishop of Rome, and all his detestable enormities, from all false doctrine and heresy, from hardness of heart, and contempt of thy word and commandment.
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Página 48 - That no one should thereafter translate any text of Holy Scripture into English, by way of a book, or little book, or tract ; and that no book of this kind should be read, that was composed lately in the time of John Wickliff, or since his death.
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Página 20 - And the same rule shall be observed in all other dioceses and provinces whatsoever, so that no Bishop shall occupy another province which has not been subject to him from the beginning ; and if he shall have made any such occupation or seizure, let him make restitution, lest the Canons of the Holy...
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Página 22 - King seized on all the temporalities, and granted a licence for an election, with a special recommendation of the person; which being returned, the royal assent was given, and it was sent to Rome, that bulls might be expedited, and then the Bishop elect was consecrated : after that, he came to the King, and renounced every clause in his bulls that was contrary to the King's prerogative, or to the law, and swore fealty; and then were the temporalities restored.

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