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Page 291 - Crown 8vo, 6s. History of the Progress and Suppression of the Reformation in Italy in the Sixteenth Century. Crown 8vo, 4s. History of the Progress and Suppression of the Reformation in Spain in the Sixteenth Century. Crown 8vo, 3s. 6d. Sermons, and Review of the
Page 47 - was a man famous for weakness of body and strength of mind ; for having the strongest sense of religion himself, and exciting a sense of it in the thoughtless and the profligate ; for preaching more sermons, engaging in more controversies, and writing more books, than any other Nonconformist of his age.
Page 165 - An Inquiry into the History and Theology of the ancient Vallenses and Albigenses ; as exhibiting, agreeably to the promises, the perpetuity of the sincere church of Christ
Page 26 - Annals of the Propagation of the Faith, a periodical collection of letters from the bishops and missionaries employed in the missions of the old and new world: and of all the documents relating to those missions and the Institution for the Propagation of the Faith. This collection serves as a continuation of the "Lettres edifiantes.
Page 218 - Enacted and receaued trueth of the presence of his bodie and bloode in the blessed Sacrament, and of other articles concerning the same, impugned in a wicked sermon by M.
Page 47 - But this had very little effect upon him : his presence and his firmness of mind on no occasion forsook him. He was just the same man before he went into a prison, while he was in it, and when he came out of it ; and he maintained a uniformity of character to the last gasp of his life. His enemies have placed him in hell ; but every man who has not ten times the bigotry that Mr. Baxter himself had, must conclude that he is in a better place.
Page 84 - of the Christians of the first three centuries, respecting the " one Godhead of the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost," by William Burgh, published in 1778.
Page 278 - LIS in the Saxon Tongue : written seven hundred yeares agoe. Shewing that both in the Old and New Testament, the Lords Prayer, and the Creede, were then used in the Mother Tongue : and also, what opinion was then held of the Sacrament of the Body and Blood of Christ...
Page 160 - The Life of Erasmus, more particularly that part of it which he spent in England ; wherein an account is given of his learned friends, and the State of Religion and Learning at that time in both our Universities. With an Appendix containing several original papers,' Cambridge, 1726, 8vo, dedicated to Sir Spencer Compton.