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" I wish that all, even the slightest vestiges of popery might be removed from our churches, and above all from our minds. But the queen at this time is unable to endure the least alteration in matters of religion. "
Epistolae Tigurinae - Page 131
by Hastings Robinson - 1842 - 378 pages
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Epistolae Tigurinae

Hastings Robinson - Great Britain - 1842 - 576 pages
...admirably useful, learned book, entitled his Defence [of the Apology]. Strype, Annals, i. ii. 17li.] Q3 ie since the last synod.] Parkhurst, is not yet at...Scotland are not yet quite settled. Some of their leading nobUity are exiles among us ; others have remained at home, and are preparing for resistance in case...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 139

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray (IV), Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle), George Walter Prothero - English literature - 1875
...rest That matter still somewhat disturbs weak minds. And I wish that all, even the slightest vestige of Popery, might be removed from our churches, and,...endure the least alteration in matters of religion.' ' Nor is it true that we have obtruded anything upon our brethren out of the Pope's kitchen. The surplice...
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Notes on the Rubrics of the Communion Office: Illustrating the History of ...

John Harvey Treat - Ornaments rubric - 1882 - 278 pages
...could effect this [removal] in respect to that linen surplice." EP. 43, TO P. MARTYE, p. 100. IB. 44 might be removed from our churches, and above all...endure the least alteration in matters of religion." EP. 67, TO BULLINGER, p. 148, 149.- IB. Circa 1566.] GEORGE WITHERS. "These [Bishops] at first began...
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Puritanism in the Old World and in the New, from Its Inception in the Reign ...

J. Gregory - Puritans - 1896 - 406 pages
...savoured of Rome was, for that reason, specially repugnant to Protestant feeling. " I wish," said Jewel, " that all, even the slightest, vestiges of Popery might...endure the least alteration in matters of religion." Elizabeth had fully made up her mind that no latitude was to be allowed the clergy in regard to the...
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The Prayer Book Articles and Homilies: Some Forgotten Facts in Their History ...

John Tomlinson Tomlinson - Certain sermons or homilies appointed to be read in churches - 1897 - 311 pages
...surplice (ecclesiastica veste linea) is not yet at rest." Jewel himself wished to abolish the surplice, " But the Queen at this time is unable to endure the least alteration."52 The date of that letter is February 8th, 1566, which is of interest as bearing on the...
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Social England: A Record of the Progress of the People in ..., Volume 3, Issue 2

Henry Duff Traill, James Saumarez Mann - Great Britain - 1909
...saying : " I wish that all, even the slightest, vestiges of Popery might be removed from our Church, and above all from our minds. But the Queen at this...endure the least alteration in matters of religion." Differences between Elizabeth and the Puritans came to open conflict on the promulgation of the orders...
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The English Puritans

John Brown - Puritans - 1912 - 160 pages
...says : 'The contest about the surplice is not yet at rest. I wish that all, even the slightest vestige of popery might be removed from our churches, and...this time is unable to endure the least alteration in the matter of religion.' The nonconforming puritans felt they were entitled to claim that the bishops...
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The Americana: A Universal Reference Library, Comprising the Arts ..., Volume 10

Frederick Converse Beach, George Edwin Rines - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1912
...1566 said : "I wish that all, even the slightest vestiges of Popery might be removed from our Church, and above all from our minds. But the queen at this...endure the least alteration in matters of religion." Thus began that conflict between the individual conscience and the power of the state church which...
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The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge, Volume 13

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1919
...1566 said: *I wish that all, even the slightest vestiges of Popery might be removed from our Church, and above all from our minds. But the queen at this...unable to endure the least alteration in matters of religion.1' Thus began that conflict between the individual conscience and the power of the state church...
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