A dissertation upon the ancient service books of the Church of England [by W. Maskell].
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A Dissertation Upon the Ancient Service Books of the Church of England
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Strona cxci - Henry the eighth are stated to have been set forth by his authority and of the clergy, for the use of and enjoined to be used by the whole realm.21 Take, for example, an early primer. " C This prymer of Salysbury vse is set out a long wout ony serchyng, with many prayers, and goodly pyctures.
Strona ccxii - Thine adversaries roar in the midst of thy congregations, and set up their banners for tokens. 6 He that hewed timber afore out of the thick trees, was known to bring it to an excellent work ; 7 But now they break down all the carved work thereof with axes and hammers.
Strona cxii - ... not be full of notes, but as near as may be, for every syllable a note; so that it may be sung distinctly and devoutly...
Strona ccxii - They have set fire upon Thy holy places : and have defiled the dwelling-place of Thy Name, even unto the ground.
Strona ccxx - And the said mr. chaunter on the . . . day of this instant July, caused the said ungodly books to be canceld and torne in pieces in the vestrie before his face, in the presens of mr. chauncellor and others.
Strona ccxiv - Chad's day, the name of which saint that church bore, being dedicated to GOD in memory of the same. Where we see that as he asked of GOD a sign, so GOD gave him one, signing him in the forehead, and that with such a mark as he is like to be known by to all posterity. There is nothing that the united voice of all history proclaims so loud as the certain unfailing curse that has pursued and overtaken sacrilege. Make a catalogue of all the prosperous sacrilegious persons that have been from the beginning...
Strona ccxviii - A greate nombre of them whych purchased those superstycyouse mansyons (monasteries) reserved of those lybrarye bokes, some . . to secure theyr candelstyckes, and some to rubbe their bootes. Some they solde to the grossers and sope sellers, and some they sent...
Strona ccxii - Why withdrawest thou thy hand : why pluckest thou not thy right hand out of thy bosom to consume the enemy? 13 For God is my King of old : the help that is done upon earth he doeth it himself.
Strona xxii - But above all are their riches displayed in the church treasures; for there is not a parish church in the kingdom so mean as not to possess crucifixes, candlesticks, censers, patens, and cups of silver...
Strona ccxii - Tuesday, they begun to cast the lead, and it shall be done with such diligence and saving as may be. So that our trust is, that your Lordship shall be much satisfied with what we do. Your Lordship's servant, John Portmarus.