Bishop Gauden the Author of Icon Basilike; Further Shewn in Answer to the Recent Remarks of the REV. Dr. Wordsworth Upon a Publication of the Present

Bishop Gauden the Author of Icon Basilike; Further Shewn in Answer to the Recent Remarks of the REV. Dr. Wordsworth Upon a Publication of the Present

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1829 edition. Excerpt: ...b Third Lett. p. 82. To the main question, then, sufficient attention has been paid. There are some minor points in the strictures of my opponent, some ungenerous observations too which indeed I did not expect and am not conscious that I deserve, upon which a few pages might yet be bestowed. But I will here rest the defence of truth, and of myself. The Third Letter of Dr. Wordsworth to the late Archbishop of Canterbury, will probably occasion others, whom he opposes in it, to a vindication of their opinions; among whom there is a friend, who, with myself, will never less reverence the virtues of the royal martyr, nor less abhor the wickedness of his enemies, because we believe him not to have written the book that bears his name. The conclusion also of all, who have differed upon the present subject with Dr. Wordsworth, will, I think, in regard to the professed object of his Third Letter, be uniform; namely, "x Quibus indiciis, quo teste, probavit? Nil horum: Verbosa et grandis Epistola venit." x Juvenal. THE END. Printed by R. Gilbert, St. John's Square, London. ADDITIONAL REASONS, ADDITIONAL REASONS IN CONFIRMATION OF THE OPINION THAT DR. GAUDEN, AND NOT KING CHARLES THE FIRST, WAS THE AUTHOR OK EIKON BASIAIKH. IN A LETTER TO THE REV. CHRISTOPHER WORDSWORTH, D.D. MASTER Ot TRINITY COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE. BY THE REV. WILLIAM GRANT BROUGHTON, M.A. ARCHDEACON OP NEW SOUTH WALES. "We are glad, for the sake of truth. She, we hope, is not so deep immersed in the well, but that, even yet, she may be drawn forth into the open sight of day; and let her speak; whether it be to utter the name of Gauden or of Charles." Dr. Wordsworth's 1st Letter to the Archbishop ofCanterbury, p. 180. LONDON: PRINTED FOR C. J. G. & F. RIVINGTON, ST. f...show more

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  • Paperback | 34 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 82g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236551796
  • 9781236551795