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" Wells ; Turner, of Ely ; Lake, of Chichester; White, of Peterborough ; and Trelawney, of Bristol. "
An abridgment of The history of England, continued to 1810 - Trang 204
bởi Oliver Goldsmith - 1810
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The Student's Hume: A History of England from the Earliest Times to the ...

David Hume - 1873 - 812 trang
...in all the churches (April, 1688). Hereupon six prelates—namely, Lloyd, Bishop of St. Asaph, Ken of Bath and Wells, Turner of Ely, Lake of Chichester, White of Peterbor* ough, and Trelawney of Bristol—met privately with San croft the primate, and drew up a...

History of England from the Restoration to the Revolution

James Davies (of Southport.) - 1875 - 214 trang
...relenting, Seven Prelates,— Bancroft, the Primate; Ken, of Bath and Wells ; Lloyd, of St. Asaph ; Turner, of Ely ; lake, of Chichester ; White, of Peterborough ; and Trelawney, of Bristol, — anxious to prevent matters from proceeding to a rupture with James, met, with a number of clergymen,...

Major's New code ... readers, Sách 6

Henry Major - 1875 - 310 trang
...bishops, for not reading the petition in favour of Roman Catholicism — Lloyd, Bishop of St. Asaph ; Ken, of Bath and Wells; Turner, of Ely; Lake, of Chichester ; White, of Peterborough; Trelawney, of Bristol ; and the Archbishop of Canterbury, Sancroft. 3. Dismissal of Protestant masters...

A History of England from the Earliest Times to the Revolution in 1688 ...

David Hume - 1876 - 826 trang
...all the churches (April, 1088). Hereupon six prelates- — namely, Lloyd, Bishop of St. Asaph, Ken of Bath and Wells, Turner of Ely, Lake of Chichester, White of Peterborough, and Trclawney of Bristol- — met privately with Bancroft tha primate, and drew up a respectful petition...

History of England: 1603-1690, from the accession of James i to the battle ...

James Davies (of Southport.) - 1877 - 232 trang
...to comply. Seven Prelates,— Sancroft, the Primate ; Ken, of Bath and Wells ; Lloyd, of St. Asaph ; Turner, of Ely ; Lake, of Chichester ; White, of Peterborough ; and Trelawney, of Bristol, — anxious to prevent matters from proceeding to a rupture with James, met, with a number of clergymen,...

John Cheap, the Chapman's, Library: Fairy tales, romances & histories

1878 - 488 trang
...bigotted motives. The first champions on this service of danger were Lloyd, bishop of St. Asaph ; Kenn, of Bath and Wells ; Turner, of Ely ; Lake, of Chichester...an address, in the form of a petition, to the king, purporting that they could not read his declaration consistent with their consciences, 01 the respect...

A school history of England, abridged from Gleig's Family history of England ...

George Robert Gleig - 1879 - 760 trang
...the whole body unanimously refused to obey ; and six of the prelates, Lloyd, bishop of St. Asaph, Ken of Bath and Wells, Turner of Ely, Lake of Chichester, White of Peterborough, and Trelawney of Bristol, in conjunction with the primate Bancroft, drew up a remonstrance, or petition, to the throne. The king...

Tom Balch: An Historical Tale, of West Somerset During Monmouth's Rebellion ...

George Parker - 1879 - 176 trang
...service in their churches. The clergy resolved to disobey this order. Loyd, Bishop of St. Asaph, Kenn of Bath and Wells, Turner of Ely, Lake of Chichester, White of Peterborough, and Trelawny of Bristol, together with Bancroft, the Primate, concerted an address in the form of a petition...

The Laws Relating to Religious Liberty and Public Worship

John Jenkins - 1880 - 256 trang
...order. For their encouragement in this resolution six prelates (viz. Lloyd, Bishop of St. Asaph; Ken, of Bath and Wells; Turner, of Ely; Lake, of Chichester;...White, of Peterborough ; and Trelawney, of Bristol) petitioned the King against the order. This petition, which was mildly worded, complained . not of...

Outlines of the history of England

George Girling - 1880 - 142 trang
...Bishops signed this petition, Bancroft, Archbishop of Canterbury, and Bishops Lloyd of St. Asaph, Ker of Bath and Wells, Turner of Ely, Lake of Chichester, White of Peterborough, and Trelawny of Bristol. When the appointed day came the majority of the clergy refused to read the declaration,...




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