3 edition of The history of Romish treasons and usurpations found in the catalog.
The history of Romish treasons and usurpations
1681 by Printed for Thomas Basset, Richard Chiswell, Christopher Wilkinson, and Thomas Dring in London .
Written in English
|Other titles||The history of popish treasons and usurpations|
|Statement||carefully collected out of a great number of their own approved authors, by Henry Foulis ..|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 417:8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 534,  p|
|Number of Pages||534|
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Eisenhower to serve as a moral code for United States service members who have been taken prisoner. London: Printed for G. Bishop Purcell made little effort to refute these figures. The King's serjeants at law and attorney seek judgment.
It was a necessary deduction from his theory of the kingship and its tenure, and to James dialectic was ever more per- suasive than history. Wilder; Zondervan Publishing Co.
Description: 15cm. Franck, A. Half title some spotting. London: Printed for A. Limitation leaf loosely inserted, 20 original silkscreen prints by Cote, each signed by the artist and each The history of Romish treasons and usurpations book in a separate blue paper folder, with a phoenix stamped in red on each upper wrapper, unbound as issued in the original decorated card folder, slipcase.
The reason the Papacy stands out is that it has ruled for such a long period of time over such a large area, exercised so much power, and claimed divine prerogatives for its persecutions.
It is for the subject " not to ask the reason why. Foulis of Ingleby, baronet. It is accidental that in alliance with despotic governments, it has swayed a sceptre of iron, for ten centuries over nearly one-third of; the population of, the globe, and by a death of violence is estimated to have swept from 'the' earth about sixty-eight millions of its inhabitants, and holds now in darkness and bondage nearly half the civilized world?
Cowell's law dictionary; and James even plumed himself - hypocrit- ically I must believe - on account of " my censure of that booke. London: W. But such quarrels as came later and earlier were spared in James's time because he and his bishops agreed.
Plan of Ingleby Greenhow Church The nave arcade consists of five semicircular arches of two square orders with chamfered hood mould towards the nave springing from alternate circular and octagonal columns and similar responds, all with carved capitals and moulded bases.
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As James said, "That it is one of the principall parts of that duetie which appertaines vnto a Christian King, to protect the trew Church within his owne Dominions, and extirpate heresies is a Maxime without all controuersie.
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Thompson, for Francis Smith, Examples of The history of Romish treasons and usurpations book concerning the number killed Here are some of the places where figures about religious persecutions are given. Typically women had no rightsand were held legally as chattels. The struggle for the prerogative was not a simple one; it can only be understood in combination with the royalist zeal for the absolutist principles of the Roman law.
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In the eighth book is the war of the Florentines against the bp. of Rome and Fernando, king of Naples, some 50 years ago. As the King's cause is somewhat like, note how little the Florentines reputed the Romish bishop's cursings.