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Epistolae Tigurinae - Page 17
by Hastings Robinson - 1842 - 378 pages
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Epistolae Tigurinae

Hastings Robinson - Great Britain - 1842 - 576 pages
...some time be possible : for, so far as I can see, there is no hope of your ever coming to England. О Zurich ! Zurich ! how much oftener do I now think...kept at home 3. As to religion, it has been effected, 1 hope, under good auspices, that it shall be restored to the same state as it was during your latest...
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Lectures on Foreign Churches: Delivered in Edinburgh and Glasgow, May 1845 ...

Free Church of Scotland - Christian sects - 1845 - 462 pages
...Jewel gives vent, be taken as a specimen : — " O Zurich, Zurich," he exclaims to Peter Martyr, " how much oftener do I now think of thee, than ever I thought of England when I was at Zurich !" O for such times again, and such cordial brotherhood between the dignitaries of Episcopacy and the...
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Lectures on foreign churches

1845
...which Jewel gives vent, be taken as a specimen: — " O Zurich, Zurich," he exclaims to Peter Martyr, " how much oftener do I now think of thee, than ever I thought of England when I was at Zurich !" O for such times again, and such cordial brotherhood between the dignitaries of Episcopacy and the...
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Lectures and Papers on the History of the Reformation in England and on the ...

Aubrey Lackington Moore - England - 1890 - 525 pages
...looked up for guidance. " O Zurich ! Zurich ! " exclaims John Jewel, afterwards Bishop of Salisbury, " how much oftener do I now think of thee than ever I thought of England when I was at Zurich ! " People who write history & priori, and they are many, argue from this, in defiance of the facts,...
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The Reformation in Great Britain

Henry Offley Wakeman, Leighton Pullan - Church and state - 1900 - 142 pages
...! how much oftener do I now think of 1 Parker Correspondence, p. 65. 2 Zurich Letters, vol. ip 180. thee than ever I thought of England when I was at Zurich.' These men were far superior to the half-pagan bishops who were to be found in Italy in the first half...
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Relations Between England and Zurich During the Reformation

Theodor Vetter - Reformation - 1904 - 61 pages
...England. It was not an empty phrase when Bishop Jewel after his return from his exile exclaimed : "O Zurich ! Zurich ! how much oftener do I now think...than ever I thought of England when I was at Zurich ;" 2 or when John Parkhurst ends one of his letters3 with the words: "City of Zurich, farewell. Woe...
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The Pilgrim Fathers, their church and colony

Winnifred Cockshott - Massachusetts - 1909 - 348 pages
...companionship, and freedom from responsibility. " Oh Zurich ! Zurich ! " writes Jewel to Peter Martyr, " how much oftener do I now think of thee than ever I thought of England when I was at Zurich . . . we are yet strangers in our own country." 1 Some of them felt this so strongly that they declared...
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The English Reformation

Arthur Geoffrey Dickens - Religion - 1991 - 461 pages
...had good reason to recall even in more prosperous times. 'O Zurich,' wrote Jewel after his return, 'how much oftener do I now think of thee than ever I thought of England when I was at Zurich.'8 When Whittingham left Frankfurt under the dramatic circumstances we shall describe, John...
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The Geneva Exiles

J.R. Broome - 1998 - 27 pages
...overtaken them in the cause of the gospel. Jewel, writing later after he had returned to England, said, "O Zurich, how much oftener do I now think of thee than ever I thought of England when I was at Zurich." [See Appendix for a longer account of the life and work of John Jewel]. One can understand how much...
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Christ?s Churches Purely Reformed: A Social History of Calvinism

Philip Benedict - Religion - 2008 - 704 pages
...Reformed; with time it grew distinctly Calvinist. Soon after his return, Jewel exclaimed nostalgically, "O Zurich! Zurich! how much oftener do I now think of...than ever I thought of England when I was at Zurich!" The city on the Limmat was a greater model than Geneva, and England's church leaders carried on a more...
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