Impartial Examination of the 2D[-3D] Volume[s] of Daniel Neal's "History of the Puritans" His Misrepresentations [And] Numerous Mistakes Exposed Volume 1

Impartial Examination of the 2D[-3D] Volume[s] of Daniel Neal's "History of the Puritans" His Misrepresentations [And] Numerous Mistakes Exposed Volume 1

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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. 1736 edition. Excerpt: ...it might come to them with their own liking and approbation. Nay, I did ever upon all occasions call upon their Scotifb Bi/hops to do nothing in this particular but by Warrant of Law. And farther I professed unto them, before his Majesty, that though I had obey'd his Commands in helping to order that Book, yet since I was ignorant of the Laws of that Kingdom, I would have nothing at all to do with the manner of introducing it, but left that wholly to them, who do, or should understand both that Church, and their Laws. And I am sure they told me they would adventure it no way, but that which is legal.' Neal, p. 380. Upon their Refusal to receive the Service-Book, they were by his Grace's Instigation declared Rebels and Traytors, &c. --f I did not procure them to be called Rebels and Traytors; the Proclamation for that, went out by ' the common Advice of the Lords of the Coun' cil, and their Carriage at that time deferv'd it plentifully, let them paint over that Action how they can. And let the World and future Ages judge; whether to take Arms against their So- vereign, were a. Christian and orderly seeking to 4 possess their Religion in Peace; yet for all this, I shall after make it appear, that I kindled no Troubles and Trial, p. 109. f Troubles and Trial, p. 115 3 War War against them, but kept it off from them as much, and as long as I could.' Neal, ibid. They therefore pray, that the Archbishop may be immediately removed from his Majesty's Presence, and that he may be brought to trial, and receive such Censure, as he has deferv'd, according to the Laws of the Kingdom. The Words, ' That this great Firebrand may ' be presently removed from his Majesty's Presence-t and that he may be put to trial; and have his de served Censure, ...show more

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  • Paperback | 128 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 7mm | 240g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123665708X
  • 9781236657084