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Sayfa 49 - ... the dangere is passed as soon as yowe have burnt the letter and i hope god will give yowe the grace to mak good use of ' it to whose holy proteccion i commend yowe.
Sayfa cclxxi - Nos eundem episcopum specialibus favoribus et gratiis prosequi volentes, et a quibusvis excommunicationis, suspensionis, et interdicti, aliisque ecclesiasticis sententiis, censuris, et poenis, a jure vel ab homine, quavis occasione vel causa latis, si quibus quomodolibet innodatus existit, ad effectum praesentium consequendum, harum serie absolventes, et absolutum fore censen tes, supplicationibus e jus nomine nobis super hoc humiliter porrectis inclinati, praeinsertum decretum hujusmodi apostólica...
Sayfa lxxix - Chamber, and all jurisdiction, power and authority belonging unto or exercised in the same Court, or by any...
Sayfa 11 - Novelists, who do not so far differ from us in points of religion as in their confused form of policy and parity, being ever discontented with the present government and impatient to suffer any superiority, which maketh their sect unable to be suffered in any well-governed commonwealth.
Sayfa 12 - I would have the papists of this land to be admonished, that they presume not so much upon my lenity, because I would be loth to be thought a persecutor, as thereupon to think it lawful for them daily to increase their number and strength in this kingdom, whereby, if not in my time, at least in the time of my posterity, they might be in hope to erect their religion again. No, let them assure themselves, that, as I am a friend to their persons, if they be good subjects, so am I...
Sayfa cxvi - Be it enacted by the authority of this present parliament, that the king our sovereign lord, his heirs and successors, kings of this realm, shall be taken, accepted, and reputed, the only supreme head in earth of the church of England, called Anglicana Ecclesia...
Sayfa ccxxiii - Nos igitur ipsos exponentes specialibus favoribus et gratiis prosequi volentes, et eorum singulares personas a quibusvis excommunicationis suspensionis et interdicti aliisque ecclesiasticis sententiis censuris et poenis a jure vel ab homine quavis occasione vel causa latis si quibus quomodolibet innodati...
Sayfa 145 - judge me charitably as you will have me judge you ; for I never made public nor private treaties, but I always made a direct reservation for the weal public and cause of religion, for the glory of God and the good of my subjects. I only thought good sometimes to wink and connive at the execution of some penal statutes, and not to go on so rigorously as at other times ; but to dispense with any, to forbid or alter any that concern religion, I neither promised nor yielded.
Sayfa 21 - The king talked much Latin, and disputed with Dr. Reynolds at Hampton; but he rather used upbraidings than argument, and told the petitioners that they wanted to strip Christ again, and bid them away with their snivelling The bishops seemed much pleased, and said his majesty spoke by the power of inspiration. I wist not what they mean ; but the spirit was rather foul-mouthed.
Sayfa xcviii - EVERY minister being a preacher, and having any popish recusant or recusants in his parish, and thought fit by the bishop of the diocese, shall labour diligently with them from time to time, thereby to reclaim them from their errors. And if he be no preacher, or not such a preacher, then he shall procure, if he can possibly, some that are preachers so qualified, to take pains with them for that purpose. If he can procure none, then he...