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Page 223 - agreed upon by the archbifhops and bifhops of both provinces, and the whole clergy in the convocation holden at London in the year 1562, and
Page 380 - of a true faith, to acknowledge the glory of " the eternal trinity, and in the power of the
Page 379 - -~who liveft and reigneft with the Father, and the Holy Spirit, ever one God, world without end.
Page 84 - much people, faying that they be no Gods which are made with hands. So that not only this
Page 224 - before their eyes the fentence of •* God's predeftination, is a moft dangerous " downfal, whereby the devil doth thruft them " either into defperation or into wretchleflhefs of " moft unclean living, no lefs perilous than
Page 280 - hopes inflame, Or vanity allures to fame, May be to fear betray'd : . But here a church for fuccour flies, Infulted law expiring lies, And loudly calls for aid. Yes, Britons, yes, with ardent zeal,
Page 325 - of things, to remove the bounds of nature, to bring heaven and earth, and which is more, both ends of
Page 337 - Till now I never underftood the reafon of the policy and prudence of the Spaniards, in fuffering the inquifition amongft them : and certainly it will never be well with us,