Dodd's Church History of England from the Commencement of the Sixteenth Century to the Revolution in 1688, Volumen3

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C. Dolman, 1840
 

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Página 148 - ... at the ends of the frame ; these were moved by levers in opposite directions, till the body rose to a level with the frame ; questions were then put...
Página cxxvii - ... definiri debere ; ac irritum et inane quicquid secus super his a quoquam, quavis authoritate, scienter vel ignoranter, contigerit attentari, deeernimus ; non obstantibus constitutionibus et ordinationibus apostolicis, caeterisque contrariis quibuscumque.
Página xli - I AB do humbly confess and acknowledge that I have grievously offended God in contemning her Majesty's godly and lawful government and authority, by absenting myself from church and from hearing divine service, contrary to the godly laws and statutes of this realm, and in using and frequenting disordered and unlawful conventicles and assemblies under pretence and colour of exercise of religion ; and I am heartily sorry for the same, and do acknowledge and testify in my conscience, that no other person...
Página xl - Authority aforesaid. That if any Person which shall be suspected to be a Jesuit, Seminary or Massing Priest, being examined by any Person having lawful Authority in that Behalf to examine such Person which shall be so suspected, shall refuse to answer directly and truly whether he be a Jesuit, or a Seminary or Massing Priest...
Página ccxiii - ... not go to such haven, and within such time as is before appointed, and from thence depart out of this realm, according to this present act, or, after such his departure, shall return or come again into any her majesty's realms or dominions, without her majesty's special...
Página 7 - Forasmuch as divers disordered and evil disposed persons, about the queen's majesty, have, by their subtle and crafty dealing to advance themselves, overcome, in this our realm, the true and catholic religion towards God, and by the same abused the queen, disordered the realm, and now, lastly, seek and procure the destruction of the nobility, We, therefore, have gathered ourselves together, to resist by force ; and the rather by the help of God and you, good people ; and to see redress of these things...
Página 27 - To increase the effect of this address, its substance was, at the same time, compressed into a smaller compass, and printed on a broadside, for more general distribution. It was called " A Declaration of the sentence of deposition of Elizabeth, the usurper and pretensed Quene of Englande." When the expedition had failed, the copies both of this and of the " Admonition" were studiously destroyed, and few of either seem to have escaped.
Página xvii - ... with the assent of the lords spiritual and temporal, and the commons, in this present parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, that, if any person or persons, after. the first day of...
Página 61 - ... inheritance hath proved like a moth fretting a garment, and secretly consumed both, or like the eagle that stole a coal from the altar, and thereby set her nest on fire, which consumed both her young eagles, and herself that stole it.
Página xxxii - Highness's dominions, and heretofore since the said feast of the Nativity of St. John Baptist, in the first year of her Majesty's reign, made, ordained, or professed, or hereafter to be made, ordained, or professed, by any authority or jurisdiction derived, challenged, or pretended from the See of Rome...

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