Verney Papers; Notes Of Proceedings In The Long Parliament, Temp. Charles I. Printed From The Original Pencil Memoranda Taken In The House Of Sir Ralp by Sir Ralph VerneyVerney Papers; Notes Of Proceedings In The Long Parliament, Temp. Charles I. Printed From The Original Pencil Memoranda Taken In The House Of Sir Ralp by Sir Ralph Verney

Verney Papers; Notes Of Proceedings In The Long Parliament, Temp. Charles I. Printed From The…

bySir Ralph Verney

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1845 edition. Excerpt: ... 5. Deligatinge there powers to deputies. 6. Incumbered with temporall power. 7. Noe supporters of prorogative. 8. Sole pasters of dioces. 9. Confirmation by them only. 10. Sole probat of wills. 11. Consecration of churches, &c. 12. Inhibit marrage at divers times. 13. Compose formes of publique praier. 14. Imposinge oaths. 15. Inforce subscription. 16. Comendams in bishopps hands. 17- The bishopps charge at consecration. 18. Scandelous bishopps. 19. Burdens by there servants, &c. and dependents, above 10,000. Bishopps challenge themsellves to bee of devine right, in my lord arch-bishopps speech in starr-chamber,a and in bishopp Downhams booke about episcopye,b and bishopp of Exeters booke.c A superiority in sole ordination, and sole jurisdiction, which are not in scripture or antiquity; by vertue of a distinct order superior to a presbiter. Yeates his Mistery of the Gentells saies, bishopps are as imediatly from God as kings; though men may declare ther power, yet God gives it, and appoints them to ordaine all officers in the church as kings may doe in the state.d * A speech delivered in the starr-chamber on Wednesday the 14th of Juno 1637, at the censure of John Bastwick, Henry Burton, and William Prinn ; concerning pretended innovations in the church. By the most reverend father in God, William, lord-archbishop of Canterbury, his grace. Lond. 4to. 1637, and see Rushworth, part ii. vol. ii. app. p. 116. b A sermon defendinge the honorable function of bishops. Lond. 4to. 1608. c Episcopacie by divine right. Asserted by Joseph Hall, bishop of Exon. Lond. 1610. 4to. 'Imago mundi et regnum Christi, better known by its running title of, Tho Mystery of the Gentiles, by John Yates, B.D. minister of St. Andrews, Norwich. Lond. 4to. 1640.' The...
Title:Verney Papers; Notes Of Proceedings In The Long Parliament, Temp. Charles I. Printed From The…Format:PaperbackDimensions:66 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.14 inPublished:October 12, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217142435

ISBN - 13:9780217142434

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