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A reply to Dr. Mortons generall Defence of three nocent [sic] ceremonies

A reply to Dr. Mortons generall Defence of three nocent [sic] ceremonies

viz. the surplice, crosse in baptisme, and kneeling at the receiving of the sacramentall elements of bread and wine.

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Published by Printed [by Giles Thorp] in [Amsterdam] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Morton, Thomas, -- 1564-1659.,
  • Church of England -- Customs and practices -- Early works to 1800.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesReply to Dr. Mortons generall Defence of three nocent ceremonies.
    SeriesEarly English Books, 1475-1640 -- 688:5.
    ContributionsCalderwood, David, 1575-1650 attributed name.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[10], 114 p.
    Number of Pages114
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18508852M

    In this section of his text, Morton offers readers an alternative version of many of the same events of – that William Bradford recounts from an opposing point of view in his history of Plymouth Plantation. In his version, Morton tries to counter Bradford’s portrayal of him as a lawless and unscrupulous troublemaker. Get this from a library! The lavvfulnes of kneeling in the act of receiving the Lords Supper: VVherein (by the way) also, somewhat of the crosse in baptisme. First written for satisfaction of a friend, and now published for common benefit. By Dr. Iohn Burges, pastor of Sutton Coldfield.. [John Burges].

    Anonymous (). A reply to a paper of Dr. Sandersons, containing a censure of Mr. A.A. his booke Of the confusions and revolutions of goverment [sic]. EEBO-TCP.\n. Anonymous (). A reply to the answer Doctor Welwood has made to King James's declaration. EEBO-TCP.\n. Anonymous (). A reply to the Answer made upon the three royal papers. EEBO-TCP.\n. A reply to Mr. Rutherfurd, or A defence of the answer to Reverend Mr. Herles booke against the independency of churches. VVherein such objections and answers, as are returned to sundry passages in the said answer by Mr. Samuel Rutherfurd, a godly and learned brother of the Church of Scotland, in his boke entituled The due right of Presbyters.

      5. Supra, cap. 4, sect. 9 [See English Popish Ceremonies ( forthcoming) ] 6. John Burges, Moderate/Conforming Puritan divine (–), Of the Lawfulness of Kneeling, p. [sic page ]. [This work is appended to An Answer Rejoined to that much applauded pamphlet A reply to Dr. Morton’s general defense of three nocent.   Michael Morton, who was wrongfully convicted of murdering his wife, told his story in the memoir “Getting Life: An Innocent Man’s Year Journey from Prison to Peace.” The Texas Institute.


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A reply to Dr. Mortons generall Defence of three nocent [sic] ceremonies viz. the surplice, crosse in baptisme, and kneeling at the receiving of the sacramentall elements of bread and wine. Ames, William,Calderwood, David,attributed name. A reply to Dr. Mortons generall Defence of three nocent [sic] ceremonies: viz.

the surplice, crosse in baptisme, and kneeling at the receiving of the sacramentall elements of bread and wine. Ames, William,A reply to Dr.

Mortons generall Defence of three nocent ceremonies. viz. the surplice, crosse in baptisme, and kneeling at the receiving of the sacramental elements of bread and wine ().Cited by: A reply to Dr. Mortons generall Defence of three nocent [sic] ceremonies viz.

the surplice, crosse in baptisme, and kneeling at the receiving of the sacramentall elements of bread and wine. Ames, William, / []. A reply to Dr. Mortons Generall defence of three nocent ceremonies, &c. the innocency and lawfvlnesse whereof is againe in this Reioynder vindicated.

London: Printed by Augustine Matthewes for Robert Milbourne, 15 p. leaves, 75, [i.e. ] p.; 19 cm. Ames, William, A reply to Dr. Mortons generall Defence of three nocent ceremonies (Amsterdam: Giles Thorp, ).

Andrewes, Lancelot, The pattern of catechistical doctrine at large, or, A learned and pious exposition of the Ten Commandments (London: Roger Norton, ).Cited by: 5. Burges, Dr. John, moderate Puritan divine () An answer rejoined to that much applauded pamphlet A reply to Dr.

Morton’s general defense of three nocent ceremonies () — xxxv, 3, 57, 88, A Manuduction unto the following Dispute (pp. of the above work) — 9, A Reply to Dr. Mortons Generall Defence of Three Nocent [Sic] Ceremonies Viz.

The Surplice, A Salutation of Love to the Seed of GodAuthor: Kinda Skea. An ansvver reioyned to that much applauded pamphlet of a namelesse author, bearing this title: viz.

A reply to Dr. Mortons generall defence of three nocent ceremonies, &c. The innocency and lawfulnesse whereof is againe in this reioynder vindicated.

Burges, John. [ Book: ]. Early English books, ; Notes: Attributed to William Ames in the advertisement to the reader. A reply to: Burges, John. An answer rejoyned to that much applauded pamphlet of a nameless author, bearing this title: viz.

A reply to Dr. Mortons generall Defence of three nocent ceremonies, &c. Ames, William (). A reply to Dr. Mortons generall Defence of three nocent [sic] ceremonies. EEBO-TCP. Ames, William ().

A fresh suit against human ceremonies in God's vvorship, or, A triplication unto. EEBO-TCP. Ames, William ([]). Conscience with the power and cases thereof. EEBO-TCP. Ames, William (). Get this from a library. An ansvver reioyned to that much applauded pamphlet of a namelesse author, bearing this title: viz.

A reply to Dr. Mortons generall defence of three nocent ceremonies, &c.: the innocency and lawfulnesse whereof is againe in this reioynder vindicated.

By Dr. Iohn Burges, pastor of Sutton Coldfield in Warwickeshire. A Fresh Suit Against Human Ceremonies in God's Worship by William Ames () A Reply to Dr. Morton's General Defense of Three Innocent Ceremonies by William Ames () A Second Manuduction for Mr.

Robinson by William Ames (). Early in the seventeenth century, rumour spread that near the end of his life Cartwright had ‘hardly’ regretted having made the exception with respect to vestments; William Ames, A reply to Dr. Morton’s generall defence of three nocent ceremonies, n.p.

Cited by: 2. On the occasion of Morton's death, the New York Tribune exclaimed that "probably no scientific man in America enjoyed a higher reputation among scholars throughout the world than Dr. Morton" (5, p. Morton did not achieve his reputation by astute interpretation or File Size: 1MB.

A Reply to Dr. Morton’s General Defense of Three Innocent Ceremonies by William Ames () by Matt-Master | A Reply to Dr. Morton's General Defense of Three Innocent Ceremonies William Ames () - One of the Greatest Theological Puritans and Writers Today, many Christians are turning back to the puritans to, “walk.

Full text of "A short catalogue of English books in Archbishop Marsh's library, Dublin, printed before MDCXLI" See other formats. Ames A Reply to Dr. Morton’s general defence of three nocent ceremonies,and A Fresh Suit against Human Ceremonies in God’s Worship,as well as the propositions in the Medulla.

Ames also wrote a preface to W. Bradshaw’s English Puritanism Containing the Maine Opinions of the rigidest sort of those that are called Puritaines.

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Full text of "A short catalogue of English books in Archbishop Marsh's library" See other formats. Full text of "The pastor and the prelate; or, Reformation and conformity shortly compared with the answer of the common and chief objections against every part: showing whether of the two is to be followed by the true Christian and other formats.

In An Answer Rejoined to that much applauded pamphlet A reply to Dr. Morton’s general defense of three nocent ceremonies (). Pages 27– fn 3. [Meaning to carry around; obviously a scornful remark respecting the papal practice of uplifting, displaying, and carrying the elements around to be adored by the people.].Full text of "Three hundred years of a family living, being a history of the Rilands of Sutton Coldfield" See other formats.