Annals of the Reformation and Establishment of Religion,: And Other Various Occurrences in the Church and State of England, from the Accession of Queen Elizabeth to the Crown, Anno 1558. to the Commencement of the Reign of King James I. ...
Edward Symon, 1738
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A N N Almighty altho ANNO Answer Archbishop Archbishop of Canterbury Army beseech Bishop Bishop of London Burghley Catholick Cause Charge Christ Christian Church Commandment Commission committed confess Conscience Council Country Court Crown Danger Dean Death desire divers doth Duke Duty Earl Enemy England Estate faith fame Father Favour fend Flanders France further God's gracious Hand hath Hocknorton Honour House humbly Jesuits John Justice Justice of Peace Keeper King of Spain King's Kingdom Land late Letter Lieutenant live London Lord Burghley Lord Treasurer Lordship Low Countries Majesty Majesty's Majesty's Pleasure Matter Means Ministers Name never Number Papists Pardon Peace Persons Place poor Pope pray present Priests Prince Prison Privy Privy Council publick Puckring Queen Realm Reason Recusants Religion Rome Scotland Sejs Seminary sent Servants Service shew Ships Subjects sundry Tear thereof thing Tour unto wherein writ
第 157 頁 - Elizabeth by the Grace of God Queen of England France and Ireland Defender of the Faith &c.
第 87 頁 - Our whole life may shew the evident proof hereof ; for always before the time of our trouble, we have lived in the daily communion of it, not only as private men, but at the time of our restraint (as many years before) preached and exercised our ministry in the same ; and at this present, most earnestly beseech all in authority that is set over us, especially your excellent majesty, that we may so proceed to serve God and your highness all the days of our life.
第 340 頁 - God to bring thee to man's estate, use great providence and circumspection in choosing thy wife. For from thence will spring all thy future good or evil. And it is an action of life, like unto a stratagem of war ; wherein a man can err but once. If thy estate be good, match near home, and at leisure ; if weak, far off and quickly.
第 340 頁 - ... life ; I mean, the true knowledge and worship of thy Creator and Redeemer : without which all other things are vain and miserable.
第 341 頁 - Beware thou spend not above three of four parts of thy revenues, nor above a third part of that in thy house ; for the other two parts will do no more than defray thy extraordinaries, which always surmount the ordinary by much : otherwise thou shalt live, like a rich beggar, in continual want.
第 342 頁 - ... not for either money or pains. For a cause or two so followed and obtained, will free thee from suits a great part of thy life. VII. Be sure to keep some great man thy friend, but trouble him not for trifles.
第 360 頁 - Many daughters have done worthily, but thou surmountedst them all. Such was the sweetness of her government and such the fear of misery in her loss, that many worthy Christians desired...
第 177 頁 - I will say, that they cannot possibly deal truly in the matter of justice between man and man, insomuch as they bend all their forces to bereave Christ Jesus of that right which he hath in the government of his church. The which ungodly and wicked course, as they have held on ever since the beginning of her majesty's reign so at this day they have taken greater boldness, and grown more rebellious against the Lord, and his cause than ever they were.
第 167 頁 - Be it known to all Flemings and Frenchmen, that it is best for them to depart out of the Realm of England, between this and the 9th of July next. If not, then to take that which follows. For that there shall be many a sore Stripe. Apprentices will rise, to the number of 2336. And all the Apprentices and Journeymen will down with the Flemings and Strangers.