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Page 50 - And the things that thou hast heard of me among many witnesses, the same commit thou to faithful men, who shall be able to teach others also **. 3 Thou therefore endure hardness, as a good soldier of Jesus Christ.
Page 255 - They are so troubled with lordly living, they be so placed in palaces, couched in courts, ruffling in their rents, dancing in their dominions, burdened with ambassages, pampering of their paunches, like a monk that maketh his jubilee; munching in their mangers, and moiling in their gay manors and mansions, and so troubled with loitering in their lordships, that they cannot attend it...
Page 244 - Forasmuch as due order of Charity requireth, and the book of Maccabees and divers ancient Doctors plainly shewing, that it is a very good and charitable deed to pray for Souls departed...
Page 274 - And we most humbly beseech Thee, 0 merciful Father, to hear us, and, of Thy almighty goodness, vouchsafe to bless and sanctify, with Thy Word and Holy Spirit, these Thy gifts and creatures of Bread and Wine, that they may become the Body and Blood of Thy most dearly beloved Son.
Page 80 - ... once said, than Truth afterward known. Finally, The Vice-Chancellor, because the day was much spent in those altercations, commanding every Man to resort to his Seat apart, as the manner is in those Assemblies, willed every Man's mind to be known secretly, whether they would be content with such an Order as he had conceived for answer to be made by the University to your Grace's Letters ; whereunto that night they would in no wise agree.
Page 255 - Well, well, is this their duty? Is this their office? Is this their calling? Should we have ministers of the church to be comptrollers of the mints? Is this a meet office for a priest that hath cure of souls? Is this his charge? I would here ask one question; I would fain know who controlleth the devil at home in his parish, while he controlleth the mint?
Page 79 - ... name ; wherein the first day they were superiors, for they had put in the ears of them, by whose voices such things do pass, multas fabulas, too tedious to write unto your grace.
Page 278 - Fleet, should be pardoned; and did enact, that from the feast of Whit-Sunday next, all Divine offices should be performed according to it, and that such of the clergy as should refuse to do it, or continue to officiate in any other manner, should upon the first conviction be imprisoned six months, and forfeit a year's profit of their benefice: for the second offence forfeit all their church preferments, and suffer ayear's imprisonment : and for the third offence should be imprisoned during life.
Page 61 - By the permission and ordinance of God, we are king of England ; and the kings of England in times past had never any superior, but God only. Therefore, know you well that we will maintain the right of our crown, and of our temporal jurisdiction, as well in this as in all other points, in as ample a manner as any of our progenitors have done before our time.