Annals of the reformation and establishment of religion, and other various occurrences in the Church of England, during queen Elizabeth's happy reign: together with an appendix of original papers of state [&c.]. [on large paper, cm.24].
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Seite 469 - Such an improvement of the doctrine of the enmity between the seed of the woman and the seed of the serpent...
Seite 480 - ... that it may please thee, of thy gracious goodness, shortly to accomplish the number of thine elect, and to hasten thy kingdom; that we, with all those that are departed in the true faith of thy holy name, may have our perfect consummation and bliss, both in body and soul, in thy eternal and everlasting glory; through Jesus Christ our Lord.
Seite 600 - ... seek Thy honour and glory, and that we and all her subjects (duly considering whose authority she hath) may faithfully serve, honour, and humbly obey her, in Thee, and for Thee, according to Thy blessed Word and ordinance, through JESUS CHRIST our LORD, Who with Thee and the HOLY GHOST liveth and reigneth, ever one GOD, world without end. Amen.
Seite 642 - The good or evil that will come by it must be considered either according to your estate or person. To your estate what can be added to the being an absolute born and accordingly respected princess?
Seite 146 - and learned Pastors, the Devil and corrupt patrons have ' " taken such order, that much of that hope is cut off. For Aono 1584." patrons nowadays search not the Universities for a " most fit Pastor, but they post up and down the country " for a most gainful chapman. He that hath the biggest " purse to pay largely, not he that hath the best gifts to " preach learnedly, is presented.
Seite 643 - Papist, in whom (howsoever fine wits may find further dealings or painted excuses) the very common people well know this, that he is the son of a Jezebel of our age ; that his brother made oblation of his own sister's marriage, the easier to make massacres of our brethren in belief; that he himself, contrary to his promise and all gratefulness, having his liberty and principal estate by the Hugonots' means, did sack La Charité, and utterly spoil them with fire and sword.
Seite 213 - And this we may with good conscience protest, that we have in every point and word, according to the measure of that knowledge which it pleased Almighty God to give us, faithfully rendered the text, and in all hard places most sincerely expounded the same. For God is our witness that we have by all means endeavoured to set forth the purity of the Word and right sense of the Holy Ghost for the edifying of the brethren in faith and charity.
Seite 641 - MOST FEARED AND BELOVED, MOST SWEET AND GRACIOUS SOVEREIGN — To seek out excuses of this my boldness, and to arm the acknowledging of a fault with reasons for it, might better show I knew I did amiss, than any way diminish the attempt, especially in your judgment ; who being able to discern lively into the nature of the thing done, it were folly to hope, by laying on better colours, to make it more acceptable.
Seite 644 - ... his will to be as full of light ambition as is possible ; besides the French disposition, and his own education ; his inconstant temper against his brother ; his thrusting himself into the Low Country matters ; his sometimes seeking the King of Spain's daughter ; sometimes your Majesty ; are evident testimonies of his being carried away with every wind of hope...