An appendix to The life and acts of John Whitgift, D.D. containing records, letters, and other original writings, referred to in the foregoing history. The numbers and titles of the records, letters, and other original writings, exemplified in the appendix; with the books and chapters wherein each of them is mentioned. Books and authors, printed or in manuscript, cited in the foregoing history
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Page 186 - It is not lawful for any man to take upon him the office of public preaching, or ministering the Sacraments in the Congregation, before he be lawfully called, and sent to execute the same. And those we ought to judge lawfully called and sent, which be chosen and called to this work by men who have public authority given unto them in the Congregation, to call and send Ministers into the Lord's vineyard.
Page 401 - all our provision was spent ; but, in addressing myself to the Lord, I found myself deeply affected with the fourth petition of the Lord's prayer, ' Give us this day our daily bread...
Page 319 - Praedestinatio ad vitam, est aeternum Dei propositum, quo ante jacta mundi fundamenta, suo consilio, nobis quidem occulto, constanter decrevit, eos quos in Christo elegit ex hominum genere, a maledicto et exitio liberare, atque (ut vasa in honorem efficta) per Christum, ad aeternam salutem adducere.
Page 106 - Which I have read, and find so curiously penned, so full of branches and circumstances, as I think the Inquisitors of Spain use not so many questions to comprehend and to trap their preys.
Page 311 - Thracian, forget mine own danger ; but my loyalty to my prince did I never forget. And being now to end my days before I am come to the one half of my years, in the likely course of nature, I leave the success of my...
Page 106 - I conclude that, according to my simple judgment, this kind of proceeding is too much savouring of the Romish Inquisition, and is rather a device to seek for offenders than to reform any. This is not the charitable instruction that I thought was intended.
Page 222 - But sith it pleased her Majesty to use the ministry of Bishops, and to assign them this authority, it must be to me, that am a subject, as Gods ordinance.
Page 408 - They fled me so from argument to argument, without ever answering me directly, ut est eorum mos, as I was forced at last to say unto them that, if any of them had been in a college, disputing with their scholars, if any of their disciples had answered them in that sort, they would have fetched him up, in place of a reply ; and so should the rod have plied upon the poor boy's buttocks.
Page 33 - Popery they were wont to run on pilgrimages ; if these idols, who are honoured as saints, were removed from hence, their honour would fall into the dust, and they would be taken for blocks as they are. A sharp letter from her majesty would cut the courage of these men. Good my lords, for the love you bear to the church of Christ, resist the tumultuous enterprises of these new-fangled fellows.