The life of John Sharp, to which are added, select, original, and copies of original papers, collected from his diary, letters, and several other authentic testimonies, by his son, ed. by T. Newcome

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Page 126 - Tell it not in Goth, publish it not in the streets of Askelon, lest the daughters of the Philistines rejoice, lest the daughters of the uncircumcised triumph !
Page 78 - And for your so doing this shall be your warrant, and so we bid you heartily farewell. Given at our court at Windsor the
Page 94 - Nothing shall be proclaimed or published in the Church during the time of divine service, but what is prescribed by the rules of this book, or enjoined by the King, or
Page 346 - Her Majesty having taken into her serious consideration the mean and insufficient maintenance belonging to the clergy in divers parts of this kingdom, to give them some ease, has been pleased to remit the arrears of the tenths to the poor clergy. And for
Page 10 - added, a GEOGRAPHICAL INDEX, with the Calendar and Table of Lessons : designed to accompany any Quarto Edition of the Bible, and adapted to the Maps and Notes of the FAMILY BIBLE, published under the Direction of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. Edited by JAMES W. BELLAMY, MA Rector of the United Parishes of St. Mary Abchurch, and St.
Page 180 - O come, let us worship and fall down, and kneel before the Lord our Maker.
Page 150 - if by a lawful canon a marriage be declared to be against God's law, we must admit it to be so; for a lawful canon is the law of the kingdom, as well as an act of Parliament; and whatever is the law of the kingdom is as much the law as any thing else that is so.
Page 346 - far as it now is, or shall become, free from incumbrances, to be applied to this purpose. And if the House of Commons can find any proper method by which her Majesty's good intentions to the poor clergy may be made more effectual, it will be a great advantage to the public, and very acceptable to her Majesty.

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