|Other titles||Reflections on the Oxford theses, relating to the English reformation, Reflections on the Oxford theses, relating to the English reformation.|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 272:2.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 96 p.|
|Number of Pages||96|
Reflections on "the relation of the English reformation, and the theses relating to it," lately printed at Oxford, by Obadiah Walker, master of University college (), in two parts. Tracts polemical, political and miscellaneous. A modest and free conference between a conformist and nonconformist, in seven dialogues. (). Reflections on The relation of the English reformation, lately printed at Oxford [microform]  Burnet, Gilbert, Amsterdam: Printed for J.S., A continuation of Reflections on Mr. Varillas’s History of Heresies, particularly his third and fourth Issues. Reflections on the Relations of the English Reformation, lately ptd. at Oxford. Part 1. [By Obadiah Walker.] Reflections on the Oxford Theses Relating to the English Reformation. Part II. Amsterdam, Reflections on The relation of the English reformation, lately printed at Oxford [microform] The necessity of divine instructions in point of reformation [microform]: discovered in a sermon preach The Names of the orthodox divines microform: presented by the knights and burgesses of severall countie.
Some modest reflections upon Mr. Stephens's late book, entituled, A plain relation of the late action at sea, between the English, Dutch, and French fleets, from June 22 to July 5 last with reflections thereupon, and upon the present state of the nation, &c.: with a vindication of the Church of England from what he has therein advanc'd against. An answer to an heretical book called The naked Gospel which was condemned and ordered to be publickly burnt by the convocation of the University of Oxford, Aug. 19, with some reflections on Dr. Bury's new edition of that book: to which is added a short history of Socinianism / by William Nicholls. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion. Librivox Free Audiobook. Full text of "The English Reformation" See other formats. These Reflections being made in the Country, where the Book that occasion’d them came but late to Hand, the Reader is desir’d to excuse their Unseasonableness as well as other Faults; and to believe, that they have no other Design than to Correct some Abuses, which are not the less because Power and Prescription seem to authorize them.. If any is so needlesly curious as to .
Edmund Burke’s Reflections on the Revolution in France is his most famous work, endlessly reprinted and read by thousands of students and general readers as well as by professional scholars. After it appeared on November 1, , it was rapidly answered by a flood of pamphlets and books. E. J. Payne, writing in , said that none of them “is now held in any account” . This book was manufactured in the United States of America. Frontispiece photo courtesy of the National Portrait Gallery, London. Portrait from the studio of Joshua Reynolds. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data. Burke, Edmund, – Further reflections on the revolution in France / Edmund Burke; edited by Daniel E. Ritchie. Catholic supervision was an affirmation of the English Reformation only five years after the death of the Catholic Queen Mary. Foxe clearly intended to establish the Church of England as a continuation of the true Christian church. The work covers early Christian martyrs and a brief history of the medieval church, including the Inquisitions. A Catalogue of such English Bookes, as lately have bene, and now are in Printing for Publication , ed. Oliver M. Willard in Stanford Studies in Language and Literature, Stanford, Calif Jenkin, William ().Cited by: