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" That if the king's grace, being supreme head of the Church of England, did choose, denominate, and elect any layman (being learned) to be a bishop ; that he, so chosen (without mention made of any orders) should be as good a bishop as he is, or the best... "
Bishop Barlow and Anglican Orders: A Study of the Original Documents - Página 11
de Arthur Stapylton Barnes - 1922 - 194 páginas
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Memoirs of the Reformation of England, by Constantius Archæophilus

Edward Hatton - 1826
...was inform'd against, for delivering in a sermon, among other things, the following passage : ' Item. That if the King's Grace, being Supreme Head of the Church of England, did chuse, denominate, and elect any layman, (being learned) to be a Bishop, that be so chosen (without...
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An ecclesiastical history of Great Britain, chiefly of England ..., Volumen 4

Jeremy Collier - 1840
...imagined by the bishop of Rome and our priests to have trentals and other mundane lucre thereby. " Item. That if the king's grace, being supreme head of the...of England, did choose, denominate, and elect any layman (being learned) to be a bishop ; that he, so chosen, (without mention made of any orders) should...
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An Ecclesiastical History of Great Britain, Chiefly of England ..., Volumen 4

Jeremy Collier - 1840
...imagined by the bishop of Rome and our priests to have trentals and other mundane lucre thereby. " Item. That if the king's grace, being supreme head of the...of England, did choose, denominate, and elect any layman (being learned) to be a bishop ; that he, so chosen, (without mention made of any orders) should...
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The validity of Anglican ordinations examined, or, A review of certain facts ...

Peter Richard Kenrick - 1841 - 227 páginas
...which he (Barlow) was accused of spreading, he was charged with having maintained this proposition : ' That if the King's Grace, being supreme head of the...of England, did choose, denominate, and elect any layman (being learned) to be a bishop ; that he so chosen (without mention made of any orders) should...
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A Dissertation on the Validity of the Ordinations of the English,: And of ...

Pierre François Le Courayer - 1844 - 374 páginas
...accused of having maintained, he was reproached among others with having advanced this proposition : k " That if the King's Grace, being Supreme Head of the Church of England, did choose, dec [Burnet, ib. p. 228.] of God there, or no ? And also make d ["Whether, if it fortuned a Christian...
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Claims of the Church of Rome, considered with a view to unity. By the author ...

Ernest Silvanus Appleyard - 1848 - 127 páginas
...with heresy, and he was charged with having advanced, among other propositions, this following, — " That if the king's grace, being supreme head of the...of England, did choose, denominate, and elect any layman, being learned, to be a bishop, that he so chosen, without mention made of any orders, should...
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An ecclesiastical history of Great Britain, Volumen 4

Jeremy Collier - 1852
...imagined by the bishop of Rome and our priests to have trentals and other mundane lucre thereby. " Item. That if the king's grace, being supreme head of the...of England, did choose, denominate, and elect any layman (being learned) to be a bishop; that he, BO chosen, RM (without mention made of any orders)...
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The Rambler, a Catholic journal of home and foreign literature ..., Volumen 9

1858
...against Barlow in November 1536, seven months after his removal to St. David's, for having preached, " If the king's grace, being supreme head of the Church...of England, did choose, denominate, and elect any layman, being learned, to be a Bishop, that he so chosen, without mention made of any orders, should...
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Letters on Anglican orders and other matters

John Williams (Canon.) - 1859 - 245 páginas
...weavers, were in company, and elected in the name of God, that there was the true Church of God." " Item, that if the King's Grace, being Supreme Head of the...of England, did choose, denominate, and elect any layman to be a Bishop ; that he, so chosen, should be as good a Bishop as he is, or the best in England."...
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The Church Quarterly Review, Volumen 41

1896
...LL.B., of St. David's, charged him with having preached there in a sermon of November 1536 to the effect that, ' If the King's Grace, being supreme head of the Church of England, did choose and denominate and elect any layman, being learned, to be a bishop, that he, so chosen, without mention...
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