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Página 3 - In thine halls the lamp of learning, Padua, now no more is burning; Like a meteor, whose wild way Is lost over the grave of day, It gleams betrayed and to betray : Once remotest nations came To adore that sacred flame, When it lit not many a hearth On this cold and gloomy earth...
Página cvi - ... he entertained too much prejudice to some persons, as if they were enemies to the discipline of the church, because they concurred with Calvin in some doctrinal points ; when they abhorred his discipline, and reverenced the government of the church, and prayed for the peace of it with as much zeal and fervency as any in the kingdom ; as they made manifest in their lives, and in their sufferings with it and for it.
Página xcviii - And if any Bishop shall admit any person into the Ministry that hath none of these titles as is aforesaid, then he shall keep and maintain him with all...
Página cxxxix - Consider me very seriously here in a strange country, inhabited by things that call themselves doctors and masters of arts , a country flowing with syllogisms and ale, where Horace and Virgil are equally unknown ; consider me, I say, in this melancholy light, and then think if something be not due to Yours.
Página cxiv - ... those let in they fell upon and had beaten very severely, but that my authority with them stopped them, some of them being considerable enough to make terms for us, which they did, for Dr. Prideaux being called out to suppress the mutiny, the old Doctor, always favourable to youth offending out of courage, wishing with the fears of those we had within, gave us articles of pardon for what had passed, and an utter abolition in that college of that foolish custom.
Página 3 - Lord's Prayer, and the ten Commandments, in the vulgar tongue, and all other things which a Christian ought to know and believe to his soul's health...
Página ciii - Paul's. 2. For a young Divine to begin in his Pulpit with Predestination, is as if a Man were coming into London, and at his first Step would think to set his Foot, &c. 3. Predestination is a point inaccessible, out of our reach; we can make no notion of it, 'tis so full of intricacy, so full of contradiction; 'tis in good earnest, as we state it, half a Dozen Bulls one upon another.
Página cxxxiii - And how I kept back nothing that was profitable unto you, but have shewed you, and have taught you publicly, and from house to house, 21 Testifying both to the Jews, and also to the Greeks, repentance toward God, and faith toward our Lord Jesus Christ.
Página cxii - I kept both horses and servants in Oxford, and was allowed what expense or recreation I desired, which liberty I never much abused ; but it gave me the opportunity of obliging by entertainments the better sort and supporting divers of the activest of the lower rank with giving them leave to eat when in distress upon my expense...
Página cviii - At supper one of them drank a health to the lord steward : upon which another of them said, " that " he believed his lord was at that time very merry, " for he had now outlived the day, which his tutor " Sandford had prognosticated upon his nativity he " would not outlive; which he had done now, for " that was his birthday, which had completed his