2 edition of A defence of priestes mariages found in the catalog.
A defence of priestes mariages
by By Richarde Iugge [and John Kingston], printer to the Queenes Maiestie in [Imprinted at London
Written in English
|Genre||Controversial literature, Early works to 1800.|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 434:4.|
|Contributions||Parker, Matthew, 1504-1575., Morison, Richard, Sir, d. 1556 attributed name., Ponet, John, 1516?-1556 attributed name.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 21 leaves, 22-238, , 242-359,  p.|
|Number of Pages||359|
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John Poynet, whose book had appeared inpublished, apparently at Strasburg, a rejoinder to Martin entitled An Apologie in A Defence of priestes mariages, another answer to Martin's treatise, London [?], with a preface and additions by Matthew Parker, has been assigned to both Poynet and Sir Richard Morysin.
A defence of priestes mariages: stablysshed by the imperiall lawes of the realme of Englande, agaynst a ciuilian, namyng hym selfe Thomas Martin doctour of the ciuile lawes, goyng about to disproue the saide mariages, lawfull by the eternall worde of God, [and] by the hygh court of parliament, only forbydden by forayne lawes and canons of the Pope, coloured with the visour of the Churche.
preistes, and the pseudonym James Sawtry for his own The defence of the marriage of priestes As chaplain to Archbishop Cranmer, John Ponet published A Defence for Mariage of Priestes in to mobilize public support for the parliamentary vote that year on legislation to legalize clerical.
Matthew Parker, A defence of priestes mariages stablysshed by the imperiall lawes of the realme of Englande, agaynst a ciuilian, namyng hym selfe Thomas Martin doctour of the ciuile lawes, goyng about to disproue the saide mariages, lawfull by the eternall worde of God, by the hygh court of parliament, only forbydden by forayne lawes and canons Author: Valerie Schutte.
Search Catalog Data Catalog Data & text in Documents Search By Date Range; Advanced Search. Jun 01, · Old English = 'Anglo-Saxon': the modern sense for the language anticipated by Archbishop Matthew Parker inand by John Strype inCamden's use in 'Remaines' () for the Anglo-Saxon people noted; together with notes on how OED treats such terms.
in print (A defence of priestes mariages, edited by Parker, printed by Richard Jugge (ca. –77), and also undated, was issued at roughly the same time).
Day employed this handsome font, durably cast in brass, in several later works. Mar 30, · The former makes a fresh case for Matthew Parker’s authorship of A Defence of Priestes Mariages, published by Parker in orand republished.
Oct 28, · ‘A Defence of priestes mariages,’ another answer to Martyn's treatise, London [?], 4to, with a preface and additions by Archbishop Parker, has been assigned to both Poynet and Sir Richard Morysin (cf.
Brit. Mus. Cat.). ‘Orations to Archbishop Cranmer, and Disputation and Conferences with him on matters of Religion,’ and Poynet, whose book had appeared inpublished, apparently at Strasburg, a rejoinder to Martyn entitled ‘An Apologie’ in ‘A Defence of priestes mariages,’ another answer to Martyn's treatise, London [?], 4to, with a preface and additions by Archbishop Parker, has been assigned to both Poynet and Sir Richard Morysin.
defence of priestes mariages agaynst a Ciuilian, namyng hym selfe Thomas Martin (London, [?]; STC and ), edited by Matthew Parker from ‘a certayne wrytyng gathered together, and written, in the raigne of Kyng Philip & Queene Marie, wherin, much of the treatise of this Ciuilian is.
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Full text of "The Book of Rarities in the University of Cambridge: Illustrated by Original Letters and Notes " See other formats. Aug 21, · The Legacy of Rowland Taylor. Burnt at the stake in by Queen Bloody Mary by the meanes of one Paphnutius, did allowe Priestes, and Bishoppes mariages.
Therefore by the best part of the Canon law, Priests may be maried. and hate all filthy lyuing, remembring that I thy father doo die in the defence of holy mariage.
And an other daye.The book of Ruth expounded in twenty eight sermons, by Levves Lauaterus of Tygurine, and by hym published in Latine, and now translated into Englishe by Ephraim Pagitt, a childe of eleuen yeares of age.Another copy of the charters is in the Public Record Office, "Entry books of letters, commissions, instructions, charters, warrants, patents, grants, etc." (formerly "Record book No.
LXXIX"), an abstract of which appears in the Calendar of State Papers, Colonial Series, Vol. I. Microfilm copies of this text are in the Library of Congress and.