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Plain-dealing, and its vindication, defended

Owen, Charles

Plain-dealing, and its vindication, defended

against a certain pamphlet, entitled, The Church of England vindicated, and separation from her communion, shew"d to be causeless and schismatical

by Owen, Charles

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Published by Printed for Eman. Matthews ... [and 2 others] in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

NUC pre-1956 NO0180441

Statementby an anonymous clergyman.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsAC901 .H3 vol. 21, no. 5
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 40 p. ;
Number of Pages40
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2356392M
LC Control Number86880831

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS. Hathaway Photograph of Dighton Rock, Captain Thomas Pound’s New Map of New England, A Northerly Perspective View from a Window in Massachusetts Hall, Cambridge, by Samuel Griffin (H. C. ). A Westerly Perspective View of Part of the Town of Cambridge, by Samuel Griffin (H. C. ). Testimonial issued by Harvard College to Samuel Mather, . Thus The Rule of Moderation rewrites the history of early modern England, showing that many of its key developments – the via media of Anglicanism, political liberty, the development of empire and even religious toleration – were defined and defended as instances of coercive moderation, producing the 'middle way' through the forcible.

Writing a book is an adventure: it begins as an amusement, then it becomes a mistress, then a master, and finally a tyrant. Never judge a book by its cover. A bad book is as much labor to write as. Homes, Nath. Plain Dealing. Certaine Conceptions or Considerations of Sir Percy Herbert. TRACTS ON PRISONS AND ADMINISTRATION OF LAW Wickins, Nathan. Wood-Street Compter’s Plea for its Prisoner. L., W. The Courts of Justice Corrected and Amended, or The Corrupt Lawyer Untrust, Lash’d and quasht. Bagwell, William.

Defoe was moreover aware that the Tory-Jacobite equivalence being widely promulgated was a gross simplification, and he had even defended non-jurors, those who refused in conscience to accept the terms of the settlement but recognized the de facto authority of William and then Anne (Schonhorn ). Indeed, Defoe believed that the sudden. original little book, _The Crook in the Lot_, and a learned treatise on the Hebrew points. He also took a leading part in the Courts of the Church in what was known as the "Marrow Controversy," regarding the merits of an English work, _The Marrow of Modern Divinity_, which he defended against the attacks of the "Moderate" party in the Church. B.


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R.'S Papers Against It Are Built, Removed; The Substance Of The Papers Being Briefly Answered By Way Of Epistle To Friends, Who Therein Have Or May Be Concerned. So as, either from fear of, or respect to, any man, to speak otherwise than I think.

Do not expect me to speak partially, or by way of flattery, to anyone, but bear with my free and plain dealing. As he found himself under a strong impulse to speak, so he would deliver his opinion with all freedom, and without partial inclination to either side.

The second book deals with man in relation to himself as an individual; the third as a member of society, and the last in respect to happiness.

Throughout the whole Essay the distinctions arising from nature and instinct are defined and defended with vigor and acuteness.

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CHAP. SECTION I. Oliver and his First Parliament: Sept. 3, Jan. 22, —Meeting of the First Parliament of the Protectorate: Its Composition: Anti-Oliverians.

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(Notes and Queries, 3rd ser. Elizabeth West thought it was ridiculous and unscriptural to depend on a book for prayers The publications of John Anderson, a presbyterian minister at Dumbarton, summarised the arguments against the Prayer Book, from its supposed resemblance to Roman liturgies, to its erroneous dating of Easter Presbyterians had become so fixed in.

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But however (say you) this Power I have ascribed to the Civil Magistrate, is not derived from Christ, or. Second book on Bristol, and answer to George Bishop Throne of Truth. Bishop, G. A Rejoinder consisting in two parts F Farmer Ralph: The Lord Craven's case stated and the Imposter dethron'd: Thomas: D: Part of a long-running dispute with George Bishop: F Farmer Ralph: A Plain- dealing and plain-meaning sermon: Wall: 6.

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