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Short Defence of the Church and Clergy of England

Robert Grove

Short Defence of the Church and Clergy of England

Wherein some of the common Objections against both are Answered : and the Means of Union briefly Considered

by Robert Grove

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Published by Printed by J. Macock for Walter Kettilby (at the Sign of the Bishops-Head in S. Paul"s-Church-Yard in London) .
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Statement[By Robert Grove, D.D.].
The Physical Object
Pagination[iii], 91 p.
Number of Pages91
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Open LibraryOL19256045M

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The book has since had six or seven other translators, but Lady Ann Bacon's translation was that which presented it in Queen Elizabeth's time to English readers, and it had the advantage of revision by the Queen's Archbishop of Canterbury, her coadjutor in the establishment of the Reformed Church of England, Matthew s: 1. “If any learned man of our adversaries be able to bring any one sufficient sentence out of any old Catholike Doctor, or Father ; or out of any old general Council ; or out of the holy Scriptures of God ; or any one example of the Primitive Church for the space of six hundred years after Christ, whereby doctrines contrary to these may be clearly proved, I would give over and subscribe unto.

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