Orders Of Knighthood And Chivalry Great Britain : Honor redivivus, or, The analysis of honor and armory : reprinted with many useful and necessary additions, and supply'd with the names and titles of honour of the present nobility of England, the bishops, baronets, members of Parliament, &c.; Carter, Matthew,
Ordinances Municipal England London : A Briefe discourse declaring and approving the necessary and inviolable maintenance of the laudable customes of London : namely, of that one, whereby a reasonable partition of the goods of husbands among their wives and children is provided : with an answer to such objections and pretenced reasons, as are by persons unadvised or evill perswaded, used against the same.
Ordinances Municipal Switzerland Geneva History Sources Early Works To : An exact description of the government of the Commonwealth of Geneva, under the civil magistrate : Together with a most true accompt of all their lawes and statutes, and the direct expedition ofthem both in matters criminall, and all other cases, in their courts of justice. By which that people have a long time flourished in peace and safety, free from those corruptions with which other common-wealths being a long time contagiously infected, have at the last been desperatly ruined. A worke most fit for all those to reflect upon who sit at the helme of government, and doe endeavour the advancement, and establishment of our church, and Common-wealth. Humbly presented to the Parliament.
Ordination Biblical Teaching : A plea for Scripture ordination, or, Ten arguments from Scripture and antiquity proving ordination by presbyters without bishops to be valid / by J.O. ... ; to which is prefixt an epistle by the Reverend Mr. Daniel Williams.; Owen, James,
Ordination Biblical Teaching Early Works To 1800 : Tentamen novum continuatum. Or, An answer to Mr Owen's Plea and defense. Wherein Bishop Pearson's chronology about the time of St. Paul's constituting Timothy Bishop of Ephesus, and Titus of Crete, is confirm'd; the second epistle to Timothy demonstrated to have been written in the apostle's latter imprisonment at Rome; and all Mr. Owen's arguments drawn from antiquity for Presbyterian parity and ordination by presbyters, are overthrown. Herein is more particularly prov'd, that the Church of England, ever since the Reformation, believ'd the divine right of bishops. By Thomas Gipps, rector of Bury in Lancashire.; Gipps, Thomas,
Ordination Canon Law : Primitive ordination and succession of bishops, deacons, pastors, and teachers in the church of Christ / by George Fox.; Fox, George,
Ordination Controversial Literature : A defence of the ordinations and ministry of the Church of England : in answer to the scandals raised or revived against them, in several late pamphlets, and particularly in one intituled, The Church of England truly represented, &c.; Whitfield, Edmund.
Ordination Liturgy Early Works To 1800 : Christ's commission-officer : or, the preachers patent cleared: and, the peoples plea considered. In a sermon preached before (and now presented to) the associated ministers of Christ, in the county of Sommerset, at a late solemn ordination at Sommerton in the said county, June, 9. 1658. / By John Norman, Min[i]ster of the gospel at Bridgwater.; Norman, John,
Ordination Presbyterian Church : A plea for Scripture ordination, or, Ten arguments from Scripture and antiquity proving ordination by presbyters without bishops to be valid / by J.O. ... ; to which is prefixt an epistle by the Reverend Mr. Daniel Williams.; Owen, James,
Ordination Sermons Early Works To 1800 : Christ's commission-officer: or, The preachers patent cleared: and, the peoples plea considered. In a sermon preached before (and now presented to) the associated ministers of Christ, in the county of Sommerset, at a late solemn ordination at Sommerton in the said county, June, 9. 1658. By John Norman, minister of the Gospel at Bridgwater; Norman, John,
Ordination Sermons England Early Works To 1800 : Consilia et voce & scripto tradita : XLIIII. Fratribus filiisque, sacris ordinibus per ipsum episcopum & primores presbyteros in Ecclesia Cathedrali Exoniensi more patrio, prisco & catholico initiatis, Januarii 13. 1660.; Gauden, John,
Ordination Sermons England Sommerton : Christ's commission-officer: or, The preachers patent cleared, and the peoples plea considered. / In a sermon preached before (and now presented to) the associated ministers of Christ, in the county of Sommerset, at the late solemn ordination at Sommerton in said county, June, 9. 1658. By John Norman ...; Norman, John,
Ordinations Anglican Communion Early Works To 1800 : The lawfull preacher: or a short discourse: shewing, that they only ought to preach who are ordained ministers. / Occasionally delivered in some lectures at Epping. By John Ferriby, minister of Thoydon-Garnon in Essex. Now printed upon the anti-preaching of some against it in the same pulpit about the latter end of November last. As also, The pulpit-guard-relieved: in a short appendix in answer to a late book called The pulpit-guard-routed, written by Tho. Collier.; Ferriby, John,