3 edition of The looking-glasse of schisme found in the catalog.
The looking-glasse of schisme
1635 by Printed by R.B. for Thomas Alchorne, and are to be sold at the signe of the Greene Dragon in Pauls Church-yard in London .
Written in English
|Other titles||Refutation of such calumnies as the virulent malice of schismaticall fellowes|
|Statement||by Peter Studley ..|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 1736:11|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 303 [i.e. 308], , 95 p|
|Number of Pages||308|
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The looking-glasse of schisme: wherein by a briefe and true narration of the execrable murders, done by Enoch ap Evan, a downe-right non-conformist, on the bodies of his mother and brother, with the cause moving him thereunto, the disobedience of that sect, against Royall Majesty, and lawes of our church is.
The looking-glasse of schisme wherein by a briefe and true narration of the execrable murders, done by Enoch ap Evan, a downe-right non-conformist, on the bodies of his mother and brother : Studley, Peter: Libros en idiomas extranjerosFormat: Tapa blanda.
The Looking-glasse of Schisme: Wherein by a Briefe and True Narration of the Execrable Murders, done by Enoch ap Evan, a Downe Right Separatist, on the Bodies of his Mother and Brother, first edition, final leaf soiled, several ink annotations (including "Ex dono Authoris") struck-through in ink, 3 blindstamps, contemporary calf, worn with some loss to spine [STC ], 8vo, Thomas Alchorne, Samuel Browne (?–) was a British divine.
Life. He was a clerk of All Souls College, Oxford, inat the age of nineteen, graduated B.A. on 3 Novemberand M.A. on 3 Julyand took orders. Inhe was appointed minister of St. Mary's Church, Shrewsbury, "where he was much resorted to by precise people for his edifying and frequent preaching" (Wood).
In spite, however, of this notice of his ministry in the 'Athenae Oxon.,' Browne can scarcely have been a puritan, for in the curious little book entitled 'The Looking-glasse of Schisme, wherein by a briefe and true Narration of the execrable Murders done by Enoch ap Evan, a downe-right Nonconformist the Disobedience of that Sect is.
At the time of Fisher's appointment Studley had become mired in a controversy over his book, The Looking-glasse of Schisme in which he sought to explain a sensational murder at Clun as the result of the Puritan principles of the killer. The book was published in London in and reissued in an expanded edition in Occupation: Anglican clergyman, later.
In Studley published an attack on his separatist enemies, The Looking Glasse of Schisme. Katherine Chidley later referred to him as ‘my old parish priest’: A New-Yeares-Gift to Mr. Thomas Edwards (), British Library, Thomason Collection, E 23/13, 7.
To one admiring her selfe in a Looking-Glasse. An Eglogue occasion'd by two Doctors disputing upon predestination. An Eglogue to Mr Iohnson.
A Pastorall Courtship. Vpon a very deformed Gentlewoman, but of a voice incomparably sweet. The milk-maids Epithalamium.
An Eglogue on the noble Assemblies revivedon Cotswold Hills, by M. Robert Dover. The abuse of these two hath bin the source of all the distempers which now raign: touching the latter, it hath serv'd as a subservient Engin to prop up the pow&rehy;er and popularity of the first; these malicious Pulpit-men breath out nothing thence but either sedition, schisme or blas&rehy;phemy; poor shallow brain'd Sciolists, they would.
Wherein is examined and refuted a certaine booke written upon the same subject, by P. Studley, entituled the Looking glasse of schisme. Also an appendix in further defence of this relation, wherein are examined the most material passages added in the second edition of the said Looking-glasse, wherby the author, vainely sheweth his desire to.
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published an attack on his separatist enemies Looking Glasse, The of Schisme. Katherine Chidley later referred to him as 'my old parish priest': A by: A mirrour or looking-glasse both for saints and sinners held forth in about two thousand examples wherein is presented as Gods wonderful mercies to the one, so his severe judgments against the other collected out of the most classique authors both ancient and modern with some late examples observed by my self: whereunto are added the wonders of nature and the rare.
Peter Studley, The Looking-glasse of Schisme Wherein by a Briefe and True Narration of the Execrable Murders, Done by Enoch Ap Evan, a Downe-Right Separatist, on the Bodies of His Mother and Brother (London, UK: Printed by R[ichard] Cited by: It was to this Cambridge and, probably, to this patron in Cambridge that John Siberch came.
The single reference to his place of residence and to his position in the university occurs in the Annals of Dr Caius. The space (he writes) between the gate of humility and the gate of Virtue was formerly occupied by a tenement called the King's Arms.
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Nicholls & J. Cooke I know that, but I aske you, if you did see Dr. Bastwicks Answer to my Masters Information and a Book called his Letany. yes, I saw them there, and if you please to goe thither. you may buy an hundred of them at the Bookesellers, if you have a minde to them Have you seene the Unbishopping of Timothy and Titus, the Looking glasse, and a Breviate.
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Firmianus and Dubitantius, or, Certain dialogues concerning atheism, infidelity, popery, and other heresies and schisme's that trouble the peace of the church and are destructive of primitive piety written in a plain and easie method for the satisfaction of doubting Christians / by Tho.
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84 Studley, The Looking Glasse of Schisme (), p 85 Porter, Life of John Hieron, p See also above p Neither did theAuthor: Michael James Cahill. O sir, holde your peace: a fellow neuer comes to his answere before the offence be committed. Wherfore if I in the beginning of my Book should haue come off with a long Apologie to excuse my selfe, it were all one, as if a theefe going to steale a horse, should deuise by the waie as he went, what to speake when he came at the gallows.
The Looking-Glasse of Schisme Wherein by a Briefe and True Narration of the Execrable Murders, Done by Enoch AP Evan, a Downe-Right Non-Conformist, on the Bodies of His Mother and Brother () (Paperback) - Common PDF Online. The epic lay in lines called the Shield of Heracles—partly imitated from the 18th book of the Iliad—is the work of an author or authors later than Hesiod.
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