English Garner; Ingatherings from Our History & Literature Volume 2

English Garner; Ingatherings from Our History & Literature Volume 2

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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. 1895 edition. Excerpt: ...Scotland, to celebrate the Communion in the Chapel, on Whit Sunday, May 24; when the ceremonies are observed, before the General Assembly had allowed them.a May n, j or 21, N.S.k The Popish Archbishop of Prague Calderwood. c Purchas. d Smith. b Sir Richard Baker mistakes, in representing as if Lord Delaware arrived, and died at Virginia. 'Continuatio Calvish. k Alsted. 'The President and Council of New England say, "We send &c." see f. 3911. By which it seems as if Sir F. Gorges acted in behalf of some, at least, of the Plymouth Company. 'So Smith and Purchas call him. h Sir F. GORGES says, that in such cases, he had liberty granted him to seize her. And Smith says, the Frenchman offered some affront. 'President and Council's Relation frv., 1622. Sir F. Gorges. Kings. Great Britain, James I.; France, Louis XIII.; Spain, Philip III. destroying and shutting up the churches of the Protestants in Bohemia; the States of the Kingdom meet this day, at Prague, to consult how to preserve their privileges.3 May 13, or 23, N.S.b The Emperor Mathias's three Officers opposing and provoking them, the States throw them out of their Chamber window.ab Though they escape unhurt,5 and the States send their Apology to the Emperor, a-b intreat for pardon a and the removal of Evil Counsellors: but in vain.0 May 23, a or June 2, N.S. The States publish a Decree that all the Jesuits shall depart the kingdom in eight days; and never return.3 May 24. Lord's Day, King James issues his Declaration, wherein he requires the Bishop of Lancashire "to present all the Puritans and Precisians within the same; either constraining the same to conform, or to leave the country. That those who attend Church, on Sundays, be not disturbed or discouraged from dancing, ...
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  • Paperback | 218 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 12mm | 399g
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
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  • 1236609808
  • 9781236609809