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The character of a primitive bishop, in a letter to a non-juror

Pitts, John Presbyter of the Church of England

The character of a primitive bishop, in a letter to a non-juror

... By a presbyter of the Church of England.

by Pitts, John Presbyter of the Church of England

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Published by printed, and sold by John Morphew in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 5568, no. 1.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[16],304p.
Number of Pages304
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17004500M

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Thomas Ken became a private tutor and spent the rest of his life in retirement. He died 19 March and is usually commemorated on 21 March.

During his lifetime he was known for his books of sermons. Today, he is best known for several hymns that he wrote, such as the ones beginning with the lines Awake, my soul, and with the sun. The Nonjurors were a group of Anglican clergy who, after the "Glorious Revolution" of in which Parliament deposed King James II and installed William and Mary, refused to take an oath to the new monarchs, believing that would violate their oath to the previous king.

Most were "high-church", and included several bishops and other high-ranking clergy. A non-juror is a person who refuses to swear a particular oath.

In British history, non-jurors refused to swear allegiance to William and Mary and their heirs or abjure the Stuarts; see Nonjuring schism; In French history, non-jurors or Refractory clergy were clergy members who refused to swear an oath of allegiance to the state under the Civil Constitution of the Clergy; also known as.

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Full text of "The Life of Robert Frampton, Bishop of Gloucester: Deprived as a Non-juror " See other formats. Perceval first published a list of the Non-Juror bishops in his life for conscience sake and for the maintenance of the principles of the Church of England for formed their whole character on its discipline and primitive and Catholic spirit, it is indeed a relief to contrast men like Archbishop Sancroft and Ken and Kettlewell with the cold.

"I must proceed with discretion in having the good Bishop's message disseminated in Delaware," Talbot wrote in a letter to Collier dated September Nevertheless, the nonjurors of the northern settlements received Ken's message with all the reverence due to such a sermon from one of the unjustly deprived Bishops in whose name they had split.

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12 April at Aberdeen, Scotland, son of John Strachan and Elizabeth Findlayson; d. 1 Nov. at Toronto, Ont. In the course of his voluminous writings over a very long life John Strachan frequently referred to his childhood and adolescence, most fully in his manuscript autobiography written in See, for example, a copy of a letter from Henry Dodwell to [William Lloyd], bishop elect of Coventry and Lichfield, [], Rawlinson Letters 68 (S.C.

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Robert D. Cornwall, Visible and Apostolic: the constitution of the church in High Church Anglican and Non-Juror thought (Newark: Univ. of Delaware Press, ). 10 Thus, for example, Archbishop King of Dublin remarked in that Dodwell's understanding of the nature of the soul had been known to him for more than thirty by: 4.

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