|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 730:11|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 15 p|
|Number of Pages||15|
An anti-remonstrance to the late humble remonstrance to the high court of Parliament. By. Abstract , 15 uction of original in Huntington Library Topics: Hall, Joseph, -- Humble remonstrance to the high court of Parliament., Church of England -- Bishops., Episcopacy. Hall, Joseph, An humble remonstrance to the High Covrt of Parliament / (London: Printed for Nathaniel Butter in Pauls Church-yard at the Pyde-Bull neare St. Austins gate, ) (page images at HathiTrust) Hall, Joseph, The hypocrite Set forth in a sermon at the court; February, Being the third Sunday in Lent. *Prices in US$ apply to orders placed in the Americas only. Prices in GBP apply to orders placed in Great Britain only. Prices in € represent the retail prices valid in Germany (unless otherwise indicated). (February)--An Anti-Remonstrance to the Late Humble Remonstrance. Antiquity is no argument for Episcopacy; Bishops' fees contrary to the customs of the early church. The distance between minister and archbishop violates the spirit of the early church.
The celebrated Bishop Hall having published his work in defence of episcopacy and the liturgy, called, " An Humble Remonstrance to the high Court of Parliament," , he united with several of his brethren in writing the famous book, entitled, "An Answer to a Book, entituled, * An Humble Remonstrance;' in which the Original of Liturgy and. The humble remonstrance, protection, and appeale of severall knights and gentlemen duly chosen to serve their countrey in Parliament; who attended at Westminster for that purpose, but were violently kept out of the Parliament-house by armed men hired by the Lord Protector ([7 October] )Cited by: Hall published An Humble Remonstrance to the High Court of Parliament in January The tract argued in support of the Church of England's liturgy and the episcopal hierarchy of the church. This work was responded to by Smectymnuus, five Puritan clergy, in the work An Answer to a Booke Entituled, An Humble Remonstrance. Hall, Joseph. An Humble Remonstrance to the High Court of Parliament (London, ), E(4), reel Hall, Joseph. A Short Answer to the Tedious Vindication of Smectymnuus (London, ), E(2), reel Almoni, Peloni. A Compendious Discourse Proving Episcopacy to be of Apostolicall Institution (London, ), E(
Joseph Hall, the Bishop of Exeter, wrote a spirited defense of episcopacy entitled An Humble Remonstrance to the High Court of Parliament. This drew forth a response from five Puritan authors, who wrote under the name Smectymnuus, an acronym based on their names (S tephen M arshall, E dmund C alamy, T homas Y oung, M atthew N ewcomen, and. (2) Written for the "Book" of the Edinburgh University Union Fancy Fair. (3) Professor Tait's laboratory assistant. (4) In Dr. Murray's admirable new dictionary, I have remarked a flaw SUB VOCE Beacon. In its express, technical sense, a beacon may be defined as "a founded, artificial sea-mark, not lighted." (5) The late Fleeming Jenkin. An answer to a book entitvled An humble remonstrance: in which the originall of [brace] liturgy, episcopacy is discussed: and quæres propounded concerning both: the parity of bishops and presbyters in Scripture demonstrated: the occasion of their imparitie in antiquitie discovered: the disparitie of the ancient and our moderne bishops manifested: the antiqvitie of ruling elders in the church vindicated: the prelaticall church bownded. A HUMBLE REMONSTRANCE BY ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON E have recently1 enjoyed a quite peculiar pleasure: hearing, in some detail, the opinions, about the art they practise, of Mr. Walter Besant and Mr. Henry James; two men certainly of very different calibre: Mr. James so precise of outline, so cunning of fence, so scrupulous of finish, and Size: 81KB.