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|Other titles||Reasons showing the necessity of reformation of the public.|
|Statement||By divers ministers of sundry counties in England ; [Edited by C. Burges].|
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|Pagination||[iv], 63p. ;|
|Number of Pages||63|
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The Directory of Publick Worship IN the beginning of the blessed Reformation, our wise and pious ancestors took care to set forth an order for redress of many things, which they then, by the word, discovered to be vain erroneous, superstitious, and idolatrous, in the publick worship of God.
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As it is pretended by reasons offered to the serious consideration of this present Parliament, by divers ministers of sundry counties in England. By H.S. D.D. Chaplain to his Majestie. The PREFACE.
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The text used in volume one is that of the edition, which was the last edition during Mandeville’s life of the first part of the is impossible to be sure whether this edition or that of is closer to Mandeville’s final. The sabbath is to be sanctified by a holy resting all that day, (1) even from such worldly employments and recreations as are lawful on other days; (2) and spending the whole time in the publick and private exercises of God's worship, (3) except so much as is to be taken up in the works of necessity and mercy.
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The alliance of divine offices, exhibiting all the liturgies of the Church of England since the Reformation as also the late Scotch service-book, with all their respective variations: and upon them all annotations, vindictating the Book of common-prayer from the main objections of its adversaries, explicating many parcels thereof hithereto not clearly understood, shewing the conformity it.
By an hearty Well-wisher to both KINGDOMES. by James Melville. Printed in the yeare of God, THE Kirk of Scotland after the reformation of Religion did by degrees attain to as great perfection both in doctrine & discipline as any other reformed kirk in soundness of Doctrine appeareth in her several Confessions of Faith approven by all the best reformed Kirks in foreign parts.
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Commonwealth Principles addresses these needs, and Jonathan Scott goes beyond existing accounts organized around a single key concept (whether constitutional, linguistic or moral) or author (usually James Harrington) to analyse this body of writing in full by: A SHORT.
VIEW. OF THE. Immorality, and Profaneness. OF THE. English Stage, TOGETHER. With the Sence of Antiquity upon this Argument.
By JEREMY COLLIER, M.A. London, Printed for S. Keble at the Turk's-Head in Fleetstreet, R. Sare at Gray's-Inn-Gate, and H. Hindmarsh against the Exchange in Cornhil. THE. PREFACE. Being convinc'd that nothing has gone farther in Debauching the Age.
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In a letter to a friend. To which is added, The special obligations of magistrates, to be diligent in the Execution of the Penal-Laws against Prophaneness and Debauchery, for the Effecting of a.
Solemn Acknowledgement of Publick Sins and Breaches of the Covenant; and a Solemn Engagement to All the Duties Contained Therein; As It Was Solemnly Done by Both Church and States in the Pure Times of Reformation.
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Benjamin Franklin was sixteen years old and working as an apprentice in the Boston print shop of his older brother James when, in Aprilhe began writing a series of essays to be published in the New-England Courant under the pseudonym of “Silence Dogood.”In his Autobiography, Benjamin remembered slipping these essays, written in disguised handwriting, under the door of the Courant.SHEWING How the PSALMS ought to be translated, to be acceptable and edifying.
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