A defence of the dissertation on the validity of the English ordinations, by the author of the Dissertation

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Página 123 - if England and Ireland be under one king, they are both bound to the obedience of one law under him," and who absolutely refused to be consecrated by the old Pontifical. In the end he was supported...
Página 348 - Bishops within this realm, whether the same were, and be duly and orderly done according to the law or not, which is much tending to the slander of all the state of the...
Página 348 - Therefore for the avoiding of such slanderous speech, and to the intent that every man that is willing to know the truth, may plainly understand that the same evil speech and talk is not grounded upon any just matter or cause, it is thought convenient hereby partly to touch such authorities as do allow and approve the making and consecrating of the same Archbishops and Bishops to be duly and orderly done according to the...
Página 348 - ... the truth, may plainly understand that the same evil speech and talk is not grounded upon any just matter or cause, it is thought convenient hereby partly to touch such authorities as do allow and approve the making and consecrating of the same Archbishops and Bishops to be duly and orderly done according to the Laws of this realm, and thereupon further to provide for the more surety thereof, as hereafter shall be expressed.
Página 351 - For as much as divers questions by overmuch boldness of speech, and talk, amongst many of the common sort of people, being unlearned, hath lately grown upon the making and consecrating of Archbishops and Bishops within this realm, whether the same were and be duly and orderly done according to the law or not...
Página 28 - I would certain' ly hold myself obliged in conscience, (for any thing I know yet,) to ' concur with them who doubt not the ordination of Bishops, Priests, 'and Deacons in the Protestant Church of England, to be (at least)
Página 185 - HPL" and Mr. Bailey to be told that Neale was known to Mason, that his Life is given by Pits, and at great length by Antony a Wood. " In the beginning of Queen Mary," says Antony a Wood, "he became chaplain to Dr. Bonner, Bishop of London, and in 1556, being newly returned from Paris and other places in France, he was admitted to the reading of the sentences, being then Rector of Thenforth, in Northamptonshire. But when Queen Elizabeth came to the crown ... he betook himself to Oxon, and in 1559...
Página 28 - Elizabeth, you must not persuade yourself / do at ' all reflect upon his ordination,* as if indeed that had been not ' only uncanonical or unlawful, but really void and null, or (as the ' schoolmen speak) invalid. Were I to deliver my opinion of this ' matter, or were it to my purpose to speak thereof, I would certain...
Página 349 - ... act, amongst other things, more plainly appeareth : whereupon our said sovereign lady the queen's most excellent majesty, being most justly and lawfully invested in the imperial crown of this realm, with all authorities, pre-eminences and dignities thereunto appertaining, and thereby having in her majesty's order and disposition all the said jurisdictions...
Página 127 - Dublin, (who received it (landing up) faid, " This order, good brethren, is from our gracious king, and from the reft of our brethren, the fathers and clergy of England, who have confulted herein, and compared the holy...

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