Clergy Appointment Call Election Early Works To 1800 : The judgement of the late Arch-bishop of Armagh, and Primate of Ireland. : Of Babylon (Rev. 18. 4.) being the present See of Rome. (With a sermon of Bishop Bedels upon the same words.) Of laying on of hands (Heb. 6. 2.) to be an ordained ministery. Of the old form of words in ordination. Of a set form of prayer. / Published and enlarged by Nicholas Bernard D.D. and preacher to the Honourable Society of Grayes-Inne, London. Unto which is added a character of Bishop Bedel, and an answer to Mr. Pierces fifth letter concerning the late primate.; Ussher, James,
Clergy Appointment Call Election Etc Early Works To 1800 : A triple reconciler, : stating the controversies whether [brace] ministers have an exclusive power of communicants from the Sacrament. Any persons unordained may lawfully preach. The Lords Prayer ought not to be used by all Christians. : Whreunto is now added, A sermon preached at the collegiat Church of St. Peter in Westminster, on the day of His late Majesties inauguration. / by Thomas Fuller, D.D.; Fuller, Thomas,
Clergy England 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : A letter sent to an honourable gentleman, in way of satisfaction, : concerning some slanderous reports lately raised against the bishops, and the rest of the clergie of this kingdome.; Hall, Joseph,
Clergy England Appointment Call And Election : The lawfull preacher, or, A short discourse proving 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-relieved / written by Tho. Collier.; Ferriby, John,
Clergy England Duckenfield : Certain certificates serving to vindicate M. Sam. Eaton's righteousness and innocency, in receiving two sums of money, about which he hath been lately very maliciously traduced by some unworthy persons.
Clergy England Education : Vindiciaæ literarum, the schools guarded, or, The excellency and usefulnesse of arts, sciences, languages, history, and all sorts of humane learning, in subordination to divinity, & preparation for the mynistry : by ten arguments ... / by Thomas Hall ... ; with an addition of about one hundred rules for the expounding of the Scriptures, and a synopsis of all the most materiall tropes and figures contained therein.; Hall, Thomas,
Clergy England Gloucestershire Early Works To 1800 : The Gloucester-shire ministers testimony to the truth of Jesus Christ, and to the Solemne League and Covenant; : as also, against the errours, heresies, and blasphemies of these times, and the toleration of them. Sent to the ministers within the province of London, subscribers of the former testimony. Together with a letter annexed, from a faithfull minister, to a friend of his in London.
Clergy England Hampshire Early Works To 1800 : A list of the clergy of Hampshire; or A brief catalogue of the learned, grave, religious, and painfull minister of Hampshire : Who have been imprisoned, plundered, and barbarously used, deprived of all livelyhood, for themselves and their families, in the late rebellion, for their constancy in the Protestant religion, and their loyalty to their King, under that grand Presbyterian tyranny.
Clergy England History : Clergy, church and society in England and Wales c.1200-1800 / edited by Rosemary C. E. Hayes and William J. Sheils.
Clergy England History 17th Century Sources : To His Highness the Lord Protector, of Commonwealth of England, Scotland, and Ireland, with his honourable councell. : The case of the town of Reading stated ... against an unjust and inserious people ... Christopher Fouler, and Simon Ford ...
Clergy England Lancaster Early Works To 1800 : The harmonious consent of the ministers of the province within the county palatine of Lancaster, : with their reverend brethren the ministers of the province of London, in their late testimonie to the trueth of Jesus Christ, and to our Solemn League and Covenant : as also against the errours, heresies, and blasphemies of these times, and the toleration of them.