Episcopacie by divine right.

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: Episcopacie By Divine Right: A book in three parts. Each part separately paginated. Pages, (12), 80,Full contemporary vellum binding. Pages a little damp stained. Endpapers torn with loss.

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Ex priory lib. with paper label on top left hand corner and on inside upper edge of vellum on front pastedown.

Covers stained. Hinges cracked. Episcopacie by divine right by Hall, Joseph, unknown edition, Edition Notes Reel E, no. Reproduction of original in Thomason Collection, British Library. Listed in his works as: Episcopacy by divine right asserted. Printer's device on t.p.

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In three parts. Each part has separate pagination. Head-pieces. Description: [14], 80,[1], 56 p. ; 19 cm. Other Titles: Episcopacy by divine right asserted: Responsibility: asserted by Jos. Hall.

OCLC Number: Notes: Page numbers repeated; p. misnumberedand p. misnumberedIn three parts, continuous pagination.

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Episcopacie by Divine Right (nonfiction) An Humble Remonstrance to the High Court of Parliament (nonfiction) A Defence of the Humble Remonstrance, Against the frivolous and false.

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In Episcopacie by Divine Right, Hall defends the English prelacy on the bases of history, the example of the reformers on the Continent, the effect that bishops have had on the life of the church, and finally the weight of tradition.

In his dedica-a>Quoted in Don M. Wolfe, Milton in the Puritan Revolution (New York, ), p. 3 Jus divinum regiminis ecclesiastici, or The divine right of church-government asserted (), p. 2; Jus divinum ministerii ecclesiastici, or The divine right of the gospel ministry (), pt 2, sig.

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Thomason E[20]. Hall’s Episcopacie by Divine Right was published on 10 Feb. He also published several important pamphlets on religious issue, such as The Question Concerning the Divine Right of Episcopacie (), The Grounds of Ecclesiastical Regiment (), and A Discourse Concerning Puritans, all of which were printed in support of Lord Say against his enemies and in favor of the supremacy of the public magistrate.

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