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" Bentham, upon their first return, before they entered upon their ministry, laboured all they could against receiving into the church the papistical habits, and that all the ceremonies should be clean laid aside. But they could not obtain it from the queen... "
Epistolae Tigurinae - Page 131
by Hastings Robinson - 1842 - 378 pages
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate

1869
...exiles, as 'Bishops Cox, Grindall, Horn, Sandys, Jewell, Parkhurst, and Bentham, upon their first return of wat G / depart from their ministry for some rites that, as they considered, were but few and not evil in themselves,...
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Historical and Biographical Works: Annals of the reformation. 1824 [v.8-13 ...

John Strype - 1824
...the ceremonies should be clean laid aside. hiuhed. But they could not obtain it from the queen and parliament. And the habits were enacted. Then they...but a few, and not evil in themselves, especially 178 since the doctrine of the gospel remained pure and entire. And in this counsel which they had at...
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Annals of the Reformation and Establishment of Religion, and Other Various ...

John Strype - Reformation - 1824
...the ceremonies should be clean laid aside, biuhed. But they could not obtain it from the queen and parliament. And the habits were enacted. Then they...but a few, and not evil in themselves, especially 178 since the doctrine of the gospel remained pure and entire. And in this counsel which they had at...
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Epistolae Tigurinae

Hastings Robinson - Great Britain - 1842 - 576 pages
...that all the ceremonies should be clean laid aside. But they could not obtain it from the queen and parliament, and the habits were enacted. Then they...but a few, and not evil in themselves, especially rince the doctrine of the gospel remained pure and entire. Strype, Annals, ii 263.] Q3 In his treatise...
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Publications, Issue 111

1843
...that all the ceremonies should be clean laid aside. But they could not obtain it from the queen and parliament, and the habits were enacted. Then they...together what to do, being in some doubt whether to enter upon their functions. But they concluded unanimously not to desert their ministry' for some rites,...
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British Reformers: Writings of John Jewell

Christian biography - 1843
...and that all the ceremonies should be clean laid aside, they could not obtain it from the queen and parliament, and the habits * were enacted. Then they...together what to do, being in some doubt whether to onter upon their functions. But they concluded unanimously not to desert their ministry for some rites,...
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British Reformers: Writings of John Jewell

Christian biography - 1843
...habits were enacted. Then they consulted together what to do, being in some doubt whether to enter upon their functions. But they concluded unanimously not to desert their ministry for some rites, which, as they considered, were but few, and not evil in themselves, especially since the doctrine...
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The Causes and the Cure of Puseyism: Or, The Elementary Principles of Roman ...

Ira Warren - Oxford movement - 1847 - 264 pages
...could not obtain it from the queen and parliament. And the habits were enacted. Then they concerted together what to do, being in some doubt whether to enter into their functions." Strype also says, "As for the other ceremonies used in the Roman church, these our divines could have...
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History Of Congregationalism

George Punchard - 1856
...could not obtain it from the queen and the parliament. And the habits were enacted. Then they consulted what to do, being in some doubt whether to enter into...doctrine of the gospel remained pure and entire." — Annals, vol. I. pt. I. ch. 13, pp. 262-64. The depth and extent of the opposition to popish rights...
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History of Congregationalism from about A.D. 250 to the Present ..., Volume 2

George Punchard - Church history - 1865
...could not obtain it from the queen and the parliament. And the habits were enacted. Then they consulted what to do, being in some doubt whether to enter into...functions. But they concluded, unanimously, not to desert tbeir ministry, for some rites, that, as they considered, were but a few, and not evil in themselves,...
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