The Life of James Usher Lord Arch-Bishop of Armagh, Primate and Metropolitan of All Ireland; With a Collection of Three Hundred Lettres

The Life of James Usher Lord Arch-Bishop of Armagh, Primate and Metropolitan of All Ireland; With a Collection of Three Hundred Lettres

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1686 edition. Excerpt: ... imployment, that my weak ability may extend it self A Letter from Mr. Thomas Lydyat to Dr. James Usher, afterward Arch-Bishop of Armagh. daily Prayers, as you have mine, for Gods blefling, to bend our Stu 'es to the best ends, and make them most profitable to the setting forth of his glory and the _ood of his Church and of our Countries, I take leave of you for tlus Thomas Lydyat. LETTER Mr. William Eyres Letter to Dr. James Usher, afterward Arch-Biflaop of Armagb. '. nare & locupletare cuzpit. Matthzeus Sutlivius ea in re nullum lapidem im A Letter from Mr. Edward Warren to Dr. James Ushegafterioards Arch-Bishop of Armagh, at St. Patricks. S I was now going out of the House, Imet with Robert Alle-o, who told me he was to go presently for England, and required my Letters unto you. I have nothing that upon this sudden I can well write of, but the renewing AD-the opportunity of convenient Messcngers concurfil with my Desires, my Letters should have come fa er to your Hands than' they have done; and What hath been wanting of that Respect which abfent Friends yield one another, I do assure you hathbeen siipplied by an affcz ctionate Desire in me to enjoy your Company, together with the Remem-once hop'd to have seen you this Winter, but my necessary Occasions in England, with the Difficulties of a Winter journey, are like to detain me here 'until the Spring; where, if my Service may be useful or advantageous to you, it shall be as absolutely at your Command, as any Friend of yours that lives. I doubt not, but you have heard much of the troublesome Estate of the Low-Country Churches, by their Diversity of Opinions, and what' Tumults had like to have ensued; or rather' are like to ensue, For the Tempest is not yet over-blown; and had' not...
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  • Paperback | 124 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 7mm | 236g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236969464
  • 9781236969460