3 edition of Short remarks on some passages in the life of Dr. Kennet, late Bishop of Peterborough found in the catalog.
Short remarks on some passages in the life of Dr. Kennet, late Bishop of Peterborough
Lover of truth.
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 6164, no. 07.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||30|
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Short remarks on some passages in the life of Dr. Kennet: late Bishop of Peterborough. In which he is clear'd, and vindicated from the aspersions laid to his charge.
In a letter to a clergyman. By a lover of truth. Full text of "A history of the Nonjurors: their controversies and writings ; with remarks on some of the rubrics in the Book of common prayer" See other formats. A GUIDE TO PETERBOROUGH CATHEDRAL. CHAPTER I. From late Bishop of Peterborough book foundation of the monastery by Peada, a.d.
to its destruction by fire in the reign of Henry the First;—embracing a period of years. The history of our monastic establishments is.
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Since, in it still. tbe same time, convicted of heresy by Dr. Neile, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, and burnt at Lichfield, April In the king's warrant for his execution, he is charged with no less than sixteen distinct heresies, among which arc those of the Ebionites, Corinthians, Arians, and Anabaptists, and other heretical, execrable, and unheard-of.
Remarks on the letter, see Some remarks on a late letter to Thomas Burnet. Review of his history, see Review of Bishop Burnet’s History. Specimen of his behaviour, see Elliot, Robert. Vindication of him from the calumnies, see Vindication of the late Bishop Burnet from the calumnies.
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The first edition contains some passages relative to Porson and other literati, which were suppressed in the edition of x8I8. "Hurd, Richard," "Remarks on a late book, entitled, An enquiry into the rejection of the christian miracles by the heathens." 1 "Hurd, Richard," "The opinion of an eminent lawyer, concerning the right of appeal from the Vice-Chancellor of Cambridge, to the Senate;" 1 "Hurd, Richard," "Letters on chivalry and romance." 1.
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Peckard's Life of Ferrar; The Arminian Nunnery, or a Brief Description of the late erected monastical Place called the Arminian Nunnery, at Little Gidding in Huntingdonshire, The correspondence of Wentworth seems to me fully to bear out what I have said in the text.
To transcribe all the passages which have led me to the conclusion at. Of these some never were men, others (if men) never were Writers, others (if Writers) never left Works continuing to our age, though some Manuscript-Mongers may make as if they had perused them.
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and the spirit of some late writers about the Bishop of Rochester's commitment. 9th. Full text of "Northamptonshire notes & queries" See other formats. Richard Cumberland,bishop of Peterborough, the friend of Samuel Pepys, hoped to prove in this work that the heathen gods were mortal men. Publication was interrupted by the Revolution, and postponed untilwhen the book was posthumously published by Squier Payne, Cumberland's son-in-law, who added a life of the Bishop.
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my own life. It is difficult for a man to speak long of himself without vanity, therefore I shall be short. It may be thought an instance of vanity that I pretend at all to write my life; but this narrative shall contain little more than the history of my writings, as indeed almost all my life has been spent in literary pursuits and occupations.
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