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The svmme and svbstance of the conference which it pleased His Excellent Majestie

to have with the Lords Bishops and others of his clergie (at which the most of the Lords of the Councell were present) in his Majesties Privie-chamber at Hampton Court, Ianu. 14, 1603

by Barlow, William

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Published by Printed by John Norton, and are to bee sold by Ioshua Kirton and Thomas Warren in London .
Written in English


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Other titlesSumme and substance of the conference.
Statementcontracted by William Barlovv ...
ContributionsHampton Court Conference (1604)
The Physical Object
Pagination106 p. ;
Number of Pages106
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24651177M


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Ianuary Contracted by VVilliam Barlovv, Doctor of Diuinity, and Deane of Chester. Barlow, William, The svmme and svbstance of the conference which it pleased His Excellent Majestie: to have with the Lords Bishops and others of his clergie (at which the most of the Lords of the Councell were present) in his Majesties Privie-chamber at Hampton Court, Ianu.

14, / contracted by William Barlovv. Summe and substances of the conference The svmme and svbstance of the conference which it pleased His Excellent Maiestie to have with the lords, bishops, and other of his clergie, at which the most of the Lordes of the Councell were present, in His Majesties priuy chamber, at Hampton Court, Janu Responsibility: William Barlow.

The svmme and svbstance of the conference which it pleased His Excellent Majestie: to have with the Lords Bishops and others of his clergie (at which the most of the Lords of the Councell were present) in his Majesties Privie-chamber at Hampton Court, Ianu. 14, / contracted by William Barlovv.

The svmme and svbstance of the conference, which, it pleased his excellent Maiestie to haue with the lords, bishops, and other of his clergie, (at which the most of the lordes of the councell were present) in his Maiesties priuy-chamber, at Hampton Court.

January. The svmme and svbstance of the conference which, it pleased his excellent Maiestie to haue with the lords, bishops, and other of his clergie, (at vvhich the most of the lordes of the councell were present) in his Maiesties priuy-chamber, at Hampton Court.

Ianuary / Contracted by VVilliam Barlovv, Doctor of Diuinity, and Deane of Chester. Note 1, page 3. See the careful and learned discussion of the Voyages of Cabot by the late Charles Deane, in Winsor's Narrative and Critical History of America, vol. iii. Deane effectually destroys the delusion which so long gave the credit of this discovery, or.

The second book of Maccabees is farre worse, for the abridger of Jasons Chronicle, which did set it forth, doth not onely confound and falsifie many stories, (as it is easie to bee proved out of the first book of Maccabees, Josephus, and others) but also whilst he giveth his sentence of divers facts, doth more bewray the weaknesse of his.

Anonymous. A Most excellent and profitable dialogue, of the powerfull iustifying faith. EEBO-TCP. Anonymous. A Most excellent ballad of S. George for England and the kings daughter of Ægypt, whom he delivered from death, and how he slew a mighty dragon.

EEBO-TCP. Anonymous. A Most excellent ditty, called Collins conceit. EEBO-TCP. Anonymous (). A Most excellent and profitable dialogue, of the powerfull iustifying faith. EEBO-TCP.\n.

Anonymous (). A Most excellent ballad of S. George for England and the kings daughter of Ægypt, whom he delivered from death, and how he slew a mighty dragon.

EEBO-TCP.\n. Anonymous (). A Most excellent ditty, called Collins conceit. The first book of Maccabees, writing an History of things said, and done, doth not much interlace his own judgement: and therefore doth erre the lesse, yet in his Narration, contrary to the second book of Maccabees, in many places, and to Josephus in somethings: For example, The first book of Maccabees saith, that Antiochus dyed at Babylon in.

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Farmer. A new way of looking at the Hampton Court Conference, seeing James as a peacemaker between the Puritans and the bishops, was set forth by Mark H. Curtis in his article "Hampton Court Conference and Its Aftermath," History, 46 (), /5(2).

On the second day of the conference, Monday 16 January, Reynolds moved his Maiestie, that there might bee a newe translation of the Bible, because, those which were allowed in the raigns of Henrie the eight, and Edward the sixt, were corrupt and not aunswerable to the truth of.

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