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defence of the Vindication of the deprived bishops

Henry Dodwell the elder

defence of the Vindication of the deprived bishops

in a reply to Dr. Hody

by Henry Dodwell the elder

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Written in English

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  • Hody, Humphrey, -- 1659-1707

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    Other titlesVindication of the deprived bishops.
    Statementby the author of the Vindication.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination111 p. ;
    Number of Pages111
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19415320M

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Get this from a library. A defence of The vindication of the deprived bishops: wherein the case of Abiathar is particularly considered and the invalidity of lay-deprivations if further proved in a reply to Dr. Hody and another author, to which is annexed the doctrine of the Church of England concerning the independency of the clergy on the lay-power.

Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. A defence of the vindication of the deprived bishops wherein the case of Abiathar is particularly considered, and the invalidity of lay-deprivations is further proved, from the doctrine received under the Old Testament, continued in the first ages of christianity, and from our own fundamental laws, in a reply to Dr.

Hody and another author: to which is annexed, the doctrine Author: Henry Dodwell. Get this from defence of the Vindication of the deprived bishops book library.

Some thoughts on a convocation and the notion of its divine right: with some occasional reflections on the defence of the vindication of the deprived bishops. [Humphrey Hody]. Get this from a library. Some thoughts on a convocation and the notion of its divine right with some occasional reflections on the defence of the vindication of the deprived bishops.

[Humphrey Hody] -- Reproduction of defence of the Vindication of the deprived bishops book in the Trinity College Library, Cambridge University. (marc) (stc) Wing H (vid) (DLPS).

The first apparition of Bishop Goodman's ghost being a new strange sight, or, a late strange vision, making a wofull repetition of his former confession inupon the extirpation of bishops in how occasionally revewed, and seasonably renewed,for an adhortatory admonition to all bishops, and their courts.

A vindication of the letter out of the north concerning Bishop Lake's declaration of his dying in the belief of the doctrine of passive obedience, &c.: in answer to a late pamphlet, called, The defence of the profession, &c.

of the said Bishop: as far as it concerns the person of quality. [Henry Dodwell], A Vindication of the Deprived Bishops (London: n.p., ), pp. 11–17 and A Defence of the Vindication of the Deprived Bishops (London: n.p., ), pp. 32– These works are well introduced in Champion, Pillars of Priestcraft, pp.

47– Extended title: The true history of councils enlarged and defended: against the deceits of a pretended vindicator of the primitive church, but indeed of the tympanite & tyranny of some prelates many hundred years after Christ With a detection of the false history of Edward Lord Bishop of Corke and Rosse in Ireland.

Joseph Hall (1 July – 8 September ) was an English bishop, satirist and moralist. His contemporaries knew him as a devotional writer, and a high-profile controversialist of the early s. In church politics, he tended in fact to a middle way. A vindication of the deprived bishops [by H.

Dodwell] asserting their spiritual rights against a lay-deprivation, against the charge of schism, as novi schismatis redargutio].

To which is [Dodwell, Henry] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A vindication of the deprived bishops [by H.

Dodwell] asserting their spiritual rights against a lay-deprivationAuthor: Henry Dodwell. The Roman Catholic bishops of England and Wales issued a response to Saepius officio, entitled A Vindication of the Bull 'Apostolicae Curae ', and pointed out the Protestant theology of Cranmer and the English Reformers.

Other Anglican responses. Some thoughts on a convocation and the notion of its divine right with some occasional reflections on the defence of the vindication of the deprived bishops.

By Humphrey Hody. Abstract [4], 36 uction of original in the Trinity College Library, Cambridge es bibliographical references. Wagstaffe therefore was nominated bishop of Ipswich, and Hickes of Thetford, both in the diocese of Norwich.

Their consecrations took place on 24 Februaryat the house of the Rev. Giffard at Southgate in the parish of Enfield, near London, which apparently was occupied by White, the deprived bishop of Peterborough. Church of England -- Bishops -- Early works to Church of England -- Book of common prayer -- Early works to Church of England -- Catechisms -- Early works to   Hody also translated the book into Latin, with some extracts from the church historians, and called it ‘Anglicani novi Schismatis Redargutio,’ &c., 4to, Oxford, Among the replies to this was ‘A Vindication of the Deprived Bishops,’by Henry Dodwell, who had hitherto been a warm friend.

Of course Dodwell's ‘caution’ in his ‘Cautionary Discourse’ was not heeded; the bishops were deprived, and Dodwell presently put forth a ‘Vindication of the Deprived Bishops.’ Next followed a tract which was intended as a preface to the last work, but was afterwards published separately, and entitled ‘The Doctrine of the Church of.

A Vindication of the Doctrine that the Sacrifice of the Mass is Idolatry [INTRODUCTION] The fourth of April, in the yearwas appointed to John Knox, preacher of the holy evangel of Jesus Christ, to give his confession why he affirmed the Mass [to be] idolatry: which day, in [the] presence of the council and congregation (amongst whom were also present the bishop of.

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Carter, 1 book Earbery, Matthias., 1. A Defence of the Vindication of the Deprived Bishops Wherein the Case of Abiathar Is Particularly Considered, and the Invalidity of Lay-Deprivations Is Further Proved, from the Doctrine Received Under the Old Testament ()/5(3). In an English translation of the Latin edition, under the title of 'A Vindication of the Church of England,' was published, with a lengthy introduction by John Lindsay () [q.

v.], in which there is a good account of the whole controversy. Lindsay's edition was reprinted in and Other published works by Mason are: 1. A defence of the vindication of the deprived bishops: wherein the case of Abiathar is particularly considered, and the invalidity of lay-deprivations is further proved, from the doctrine received under the Old Testament, continued in the first ages of Christianity, and from our own fundamental laws, in a reply to Dr.

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Animadversions on two pamphlets lately publish'd by Mr. Collier the one call'd, A defence of the absolution given to Sir William Parkins at the place of execution, April 3d, the other, A vindication thereof, occasion'd by a paper entituled, A declaration of the sense of the achbishops [sic] and bishops, &c.: shewing the nature of the late.

A vindication of the nine reasons of the House of Commons against the votes of bishops in Parliament, or, A reply to the answers made to the said reasons, in defence of such votes () [Burges, Cornelius] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

A vindication of the nine reasons of the House of Commons against the votes of bishops in. Bishop of Bath and Wells. Deprived under Mary. Bishop of Chichester, until his death.

Subject to his deprivation under Mary, his episcopal life and acts run in the reign of Henry VIII., Edward VI., and Elizabeth without contradiction, protest or opposition. Table of Contents. LETTER I. ORIGIN OF THE CONTROVERSY. First work of Bishop Hopkins — Author's reply — No Rejoinder — Letter to Protestant Bishops — Bishop Hopkins' Challenge — Author's Offer — Suspension of Hostilities — Unexpected Renewal — Dr.

Ives — Failure of Dr. Jarvis — Conversions — Exaggerations — Conspiracy Against our Common Liberties — Dr. The reasons for the new consecration essentially boiled down to the advanced age of Bishop Lloyd, now the last of the original deprived Bishups who remained in the nonjuror's communion.

With Hickes, Wagstaffe and Collier already consecrated, there was technically a quarum of Bishops, per the canons, to continue the succession (1). Vindication, Volume 3 by Judge J.F. Rutherford (). Biblical commentary on the book of Ezekiel.

Rutherford, the 2nd president of the Watchtower Society, gave the group the name Jehovah's Witnesses in Lloyd signed two published letters, one 'A Vindication of the [nonjuring] Bishops,'and another appealing to all Christian peoplle for assistance to the suffering nonjuring clergy, July Three of his letters, datedare printed in Gutch's 'Collectanea Curiosa,' and others dated in Kettlewell's 'Works,' appendix iii.

A vindication of 1 John, v. 7 from the objections of M. Griesbach: in which is given a new view of the external evidence ; with Greek authorities for the authenticity of the verse not hitherto adduced in its defence by Burgess, Thomas, Tritheists.

From the Catholic Encyclopedia (TRITHEITES). Heretics who divide the Substance of the Blessed Trinity. (1) Those who are usually meant by the name were a section of the Monophysites, who had great influence in the second half of the sixth century, but have left no traces save a few scanty notices in John of Ephesus, Photus, Leontius, etc.

His refusal gave great offence at court (Kennett, Eng. iii. ; D'Oyly, Life of Sancroft, i. ), and he was roughly dealt with in the pamphlet: 'A Vindication of their Majesties' Authority to fill the Sees of the Deprived Bishops.

In a Letter out of the Country, occasioned by Dr. B——'s refusal of the Bishoprick of Bath and Wells,' A Vindication of Their Majesties Authority to Fill the Sees of the Deprived Bishops By Edward Stillingfleet London: Printed for Richard Chiswell, The Unreasonableness of a Separation from the New Bishops Or, A Treatise out of Ecclesiastical History, Shewing, That although a Bishop was unjustly deprived, neither He nor the Church ever made.

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L ETTER I. ‘The Bishop of Bangor’s late Sermon and his Letter to Dr Snape in defence of it, answered in a Letter to his Lordship.’ 6th ed. 7th ed. L ETTER II. ‘A second Letter to the Bishop of Bangor, wherein his Lordship’s notions of Benediction, Absolution, and Church Communion, are proved to be destructive of every principle of the Christian religion.’.

^ Burroughs's Vindication, p. —Neat's Puritans, vol. iii. meeting with one Nichols, a man of vile and dangerous sentiments: whereas Mr.

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