4 edition of The Suffolk Committees for Scandalous Ministers, 1644-1646. found in the catalog.
The Suffolk Committees for Scandalous Ministers, 1644-1646.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||Suffolk Records Society. [Publications], v. 13, Suffolk Records Society (Series) ;, v. 13.|
|Contributions||Suffolk Committee for Scandalous Ministers (East Suffolk), Suffolk Committee for Scandalous Ministers (West Suffolk)|
|LC Classifications||BR763.S8 H6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||128|
|LC Control Number||72569546|
Notes and References. Preface. 1. For the Reformation and the problem of reliable knowledge see Richard Popkin, The History of Scepticism from Savonarola to Bayle, rev. edn (Oxford, ), esp. ch. 1. Benbrigge was a Sussex minister of no great fame or distinction. Full text of "Historical notices of events occurring chiefly in the reign of Charles I" See other formats.
HOLMES, CLIVE (EDITOR) The Suffolk Committees for Scandalous Ministers - Boydell Press / Suffolk Records Society, Woodbridge, 1st Edition, Book Condition: Good. D/w: Good. Hardback with dust-wrapper. 25cm x 16cm. pp; D/w chipped and grubby. Some spotting mainly confined to end-papers and external page edges. Firm binding. Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 4, Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, by the City of London, and the Counties of Essex, Suffolk, Cambridg, Huntingdon, Hertford and this being published in Print, it may the more distinctly be delivered. The Title of the Book is, "Comfort for.
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13 Select options. The Suffolk Committees for Scandalous Ministers, From. Scandalous Ministers and the man from foreign parts (Bartholomew Allerton). Charles I had been on the throne since and was married to Roman Catholic Henrietta Maria; feelings were running high against ‘high church practices’ and steps were being taken by certain parties to stem what they saw as creeping Roman Catholicism.
Young, A.,General View of the Agriculture of the County of Suffolk () (Devon) Enclosure Tate, W.E.,'A Handlist of Suffolk Enclosure Acts and Awards' Proc. Suffolk Inst. Archaeol. The Suffolk Committees for Scandalous Ministers –, Suffolk Records Society, 13 (), 10–14, 18– Dr Holmes notes that charges of ‘popish innovation’ were more common that accusations of dissent from Calvinist orthodoxy (ibid., 19).Cited by: 3.
Some notes on the families of Hunnings of South Lincolnshire, London, and Suffolk; Southwold Diary of James Maggs, ; Stoke By Clare Cartulary; Suffolk and the Great Rebellion, ; Suffolk Committees for Scandalous Ministers, ; Suffolk Farming in the Nineteenth Century; The Suffolk Garland; The Suffolk Traveller.
Suffolk and the Great Rebellion, The registers of the parish of Thorington in the county of Suffolk: Suffolk Committees for Scandalous Ministers, John Constable's Discourses: A memoir of Thomas Green, Esquire, of Ipswich: Some notes on the families of Hunnings of South Lincolnshire, London, and.
Scandalous Ministers and then its Committee for Plundered Ministers, and the functions of county committees in relation to the latter, see C. Holmes (ed.), The Suffolk Committees for Scandalous Ministers (Ipswich, The Suffolk Records Soc., 13, ), Cited by: 1.
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Century Suffolk Records. 9 The emollient (or at least neutral) run of proclamations was ended by one of 10 Dec. for observing the Book of Common Prayer, which the earl of Essex told the king would ‘set all the kingdom by the ears’: Larkin, J. and Hughes, P.
L., eds., Stuart royal proclamations (2 vols., Oxford, –83), ii, pp. – by: 5. Suffolk Committees for Scandalous Ministers, Histories England; Other Countries; United Kingdom; Suffolk 2, Notes on the ancient Cheshire families of Bennett of Saughall Massey and Bennett of Barnston: with their collateral branches: Histories England 2, ‘The Suffolk Committee of Scandalous Ministers, –’ Suffolk Records Society, xiii () 19–24 and passim; Manning, ‘The Godly People’, in the book he edited, Politics, Religion and the English Civil War (Manchester, ).
Google Scholar. To be Cited by: 7. Holmes, C., Suffolk Committee for Scandalous Ministers (East Suffolk) and Suffolk Committee for Scandalous Ministers (West Suffolk) () The Suffolk Committees for Scandalous Ministers, Ipswich (Suffolk): Suffolk Records Society.
Suffolk Committees for Scandalous Ministers, Flint, Wales Historic Notices. Newcastle-Upon-Tyne Directory, Sibton Abbey Cartularies and Charters. Bensington Manor History. Visitations of Norfolk, and Channel Islands Census. Merionethshire, Wales: Rulacc House History.
Pempokeshire, Wales Families. Logie, a. This study of Norfolk and Bedfordshire in the civil war and Interregnum was based on an analysis of the membership of the various committees appointed for the counties between December and March The members of the committees were divided into groups for analysis according to the dates of their first and last appointments.
The gentry of Norfolk and Bedfordshire, which were both Author: William Stanley Martin. Bibliography of Secondary Works - God's Fury, England's Fire: A New History of the English Civil Wars - by Michael Braddick Holmes, Clive (ed.), The Suffolk Committees for Scandalous Ministers –, Suffolk Records Society, vol.
13 (Ipswich, Maltby, Judith, Prayer Book and People in Elizabethan and Early Stuart England (Cambridge. [Editor] The Suffolk Committees for Scandalous Ministers Suffolk Records Society, FIRST EDITION, pp; 4 maps, 5 tables; a very good copy in dust-wrapper.
SRS £ HONINGTON. ENCLOSURE ACT.Hill was Rector of Thorington and Vicar of Bramfield 4 W J Sheils, The English Reformation(Longmans, ) p 5 Clive Holmes, (Ed),The Suffolk Committees for Scandalous Ministers.
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