3 edition of The ceremony-monger, his character found in the catalog.
The ceremony-monger, his character
|Other titles||Ceremony monger, Ceremony monger.|
|Statement||by E. Hickeringill ...|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 383:19.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 128 p.|
|Number of Pages||128|
The Ceremony-monger; and all the rest of his Works, in 3 vols. Likewise the History of the Wars of the Kings of Israel and Judah, in 2 parts. Publish'd by Order of a Committee of the House of Commons , at the beginning of the Civil Wars of England. “He,” the ‘ceremony-monger,’ “does not say the mass indeed in Latin; but his hood, his cope, his surplice, his rochet, his altar railed in, his candles, and cushion and book thereon, his bowing to it, his bowing, or rather nodding, at the name of Jesus, his organs, his violins, his singing men, his singing boys, with their alternate.
In his sermon on England’s sickness, Adams commends moderation, labouring in our callings, and abstinence. (Works 1, pp , ). On the second of those subjects he says ‘Let the shoemaker look to his boot, the fisher to his boat, the scholar to his book’. (Works 1, p ). Full text of "Catalogue of a collection of historical tracts, , in DLXXXII volumes;" See other formats.
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Get this from a library. The ceremony-monger, his character: in five chapters with some remarks (in the introduction) upon the new-Star-Chamber, or late course of the court at Kings Bench.
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The ceremony-monger his character in five chapters with some remarks (in the introduction) upon the new-star-chamber, or late course of the Court of King's Bench, of the nature of a libel, and scandalum magnatum, and in conclusion, hinting at some mathematical untruths and escapes in the common-prayer book, both as to doctrine and.
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One critic believed his works “smelled so strong of Jacobitism” that they seemed the work of some “non-swearing divine” rather than a beneficed clergyman. A Letter out of the Countrey to a Friend in the City concerning a late Book Entituled, Tritheism charged upon Dr.
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The ceremony-monger his character in five chapters with some remarks (in the introduction) upon the new-star-chamber, or late course of the Court of King's Bench, of the nature of a libel, and scandalum magnatum, and in conclusion, hinting at some mathematical untruths and escapes in the common-prayer book, both as to doctrine and discipline, and what bishops, Author: Edmund Hickeringill.
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La Bruyere in France translated the characters of Theophrastus, and his own writing of Characters in the seventeenth century followed a fashion that had its origin in admiration of the He first published his book in as A. His condemnation for presumed anti-Puritan leanings and his rehabilitation as an eminent Puritan divine suggest the ironies of politics and literary history.
Like his illustrious contemporary, Bishop Joseph Hall, Adams, though Calvinist in his theology, cannot be called Puritan in any strict use of that vexed term. Character writing, as a distinct form of Literature, had its origin more than two thousand years ago in the [Greek: aethichoi Chadaaedes]Ethic Characters--of Tyrtamus of Lesbos, a disciple of Plato, who gave him for his eloquence the name of Divine Speaker--Theophrastus.
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Hickeringill, The Ceremony Monger his Character (Edinburgh, ), p. 13). CHAPTER LXXVII. The final purposes for which man is ordained to move in this nether sphere, will for ever remain disputable, while the doubts to which it gives rise can be answered only by fellow-doubters: but that the basis of his social comfort is confidence, is an axiom that waits no revelation, requires no logic, and dispenses with mathematical accuracy for proof: it is an.
Hickeringill Ceremony-monger Concl. Dunn Geek Love iii. xxi. Chick came and sat beside me with an exotic-bird coloring book., whiling away his free hour by filling in the eyes on the peacock's tail with slow, painstaking blue.
(See Ceremony Monger, Chap. 17) And a learned man of our own [i.e., Andrew Melville], in an epigram upon the English s ervice perform’d in King James, VI. his Royal Chapel makes the same judgment of organs in conjunction with other English ceremonies there used. Roman & Ritudum Regalem instruit Aram, Purpuream pingit Relligiosa Lupam.
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