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briefe apologie

Parsons, Robert

briefe apologie

or, Defence of the Catholike ecclesiastical hierarchie, & subordination in England, [1601] : An appendix to the Apologie [1602]

by Parsons, Robert

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Published by University Microfilms in Ann Arbor, MI .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Catholic Church -- England.

  • Edition Notes

    Photocopy reproduction of the original editions : London, 1601 and 1602[?].

    Other titlesDefence of the Catholike ecclesiastical hierarchie; & subordination in England
    StatementRobert Parsons.
    ContributionsParsons, Robert, 1546-1610.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[281] leaves ;
    Number of Pages281
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20387055M

    The book was a manifesto of his party, and though declining the authorship, he always defended its principle, which was the people's right of participation in the settlement of a ruler, as opposed to the Gallican theory of the Divine right of kings. who defended himself in two publications "A briefe Apologie" (St. Omers?, ), and the. The Apology by Eve Ensler. How do we offer a doorway rather than a locked cell? How do we move from humiliation to revelation, from curtailing behavior to changing it, from condemning perpetrators to calling them to reckoning?

    Author of First booke of the Christian exercise, A treatise of three conversions of England from paganisme to Christian religion, A book of Christian exercise, appertaining to resolution, that is, shewing how that we should resolue our selues to become Christians indeede, The Christian directory, guiding men to their eternal salvation, in two parts, A conference abovt the next svccession to. Sir John Harington—A Preface, or rather a Briefe Apologie of Poetrie, prefixed to the translation of Orlando Furioso. Thomas Nashe—Preface to Sidney’s Astrophel and Stella. Gabriel Harvey—From Foure Letters. Gabriel Harvey—From Strange Newes, or Foure Letters Confuted. Gabriel Harvey I.

    From a Briefe apologie or defence of the Catholike Ecclesiastical Hierarchie and subordination in England H ERE then is our censure of the issue of this matter, that broken heads will follow of all sides, but there may perhaps be some doubt or difference of opinions, where most broken heads are likest to . Harington, Sir John, “A Briefe Apologie of Poetrie” in Orlando Furioso in English Heroical Verse (), sigs. 2v–8v. Harris, Jonathan Gil, “ All Swell That End Swell: Dropsy, Phantom Pregnancy, and the Sound of Deconception in All’s Well That Ends Well,” Renaissance Drama 35 (), –


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Parsons, Robert, Briefe apologie ; [and, An appendix to the Apologie] Ilkley: Scolar Press, Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cartwright, Thomas, Brief apologie.

Amsterdam, Theatrum Orbis Terrarum; New York, Da Capo Press, tony Copley and William Watson. He replied first in his 'Briefe Apologie' (an interesting narrative, which must be read with the answer of Dr.

Ely in his 'Certayne Briefe Notes'), and afterwards in the violent and least creditable of his works, 'The Manifestation of the Folly of certain calling themselves secalar priests.'. Try the new Google Books eBook - FREE.

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Free shipping for non-business customers when ordering books at De Gruyter Online. Please find details to our shipping fees here. RRP: Recommended Retail Price. Print Flyer; Overview; Content; Contact Persons; Book Book Series. Previous chapter. Next chapter. TROILUS AND CRESSIDA AND PERSONS' BRIEFE APOLOGIE.

30,00 € / $ / £ Read the French translation of the text Download the bilingual version of the text (pdf) The third part of the Apology. Now remains the third part of it, in which I promised to speak somewhat for myself, which part, though it have most need of an Apology both large and substantial, yet I will run Continuer la lecture de SIR JOHN HARINGTON, «A Preface, or rather a briefe apologie of.

The book had been shown to Cardinal Allen and to Sir Francis Englefield, and had obtained their in the affaires of the Catholicke church' [printed in 'Copies of certain Discourses, Roane, ,' pp. 'A Briefe Apologie or Defence of the Catholike ecclesiastical hierarchie & subordination in England, erected these later yeares by.

Sir John Harington, ´A Preface, or rather a briefe apologie of Poetrie, and of the Author and Translator of this Poemeµ () one had brought him a book of some shallow discourse, and pressed him very hard to have besoin d’une Apologie à la fois importante et substantielle, je.

The book was not published inas a simple glance at it would have shown him. The dedicatory letter to the Earl of Essex, given in the first pages of the book, is dated “the last of December ” and the date printed on the title-page isthough as a matter of fact the book.

This book is exclusively devoted to demonic possession and exorcism in early modern England. It offers modernized versions of the most significant early modern texts on nine cases of demonic possession from the period tothe key period in English history for demonic possession.

Darrell, John (), A briefe Apologie proving the. Get this from a library. Certaine briefe notes vpon a briefe apologie set out vnder the name of the priestes vnited to the archpriest.

Dravvne by an vnpassionate secular prieste friend to both partyes, but more frend to the truth. VVhereunto is added à seuerall ansvveare vnto the particularites obiected against certaine persons. [Humphrey Ely].

A briefe apologie in defence of the generall proceedings of the Court, holden at Boston the ninth day of the first moneth,against Mr.

Wheelwright a member there, by ccasion of a sermon delivered there in the same congregation. A briefe apologie, or defence of the Catholike ecclesiastical hierarchie, & subordination in England, erected these later yeares by our holy Father Pope Clement the eight; and impugned by certaine libels printed & published of late both in Latin & English; by some unquiet persons under the.

I recently taught Sir John Harington’s “Briefe Apologie of Poetrie,” which prefaces his monumental translation of Orlando Furioso (; the edition from the Iowa Special Collections is pictured above; the catalog record is here).Harington’s “Apologie” is just as much a defense of himself as of poetry in general, particularly his decision to expend so much effort on a work.

It appears that the latter part of the book was written by Paget. ‘An Answere made by me, Charles Paget, Esqvier, to certayne vntruthes and falsityes, tochinge my selfe, contayned in a booke [by Robert Parsons] intitled a briefe Apologie or defence of the Catholicke Hierarchie & subordination in Englande, & cet.’ Printed with Dr.

An appendix to the apologie, lately set forth, for defence of the hierarchie, and subordination of the English Catholike Church, impugned by certaine discontented priestes: Wherin two other bookes or libels of the impugners, the one in English the other in Latin, no lesse intemperate then the former, are examined, and considered, by the priestes that remaine in due obedience to their lawful.

An Answere made by me, Charles Paget, Esquier, to certayne untruthes and falsityes, tochinge myselfe, contayned in a booke [by Robert Parsons] intitled a briefe Apologie or defence of the Catholicke Hierarchie & subordination in Englande, Printed with Dr.

Humphrey Ely's ' Certaine Briefe Notes vpon a Briefe Apologie set out under the name of. About this Item: Rowohlt Taschenbuch, Taschenbuch. Condition: Gebraucht. Gebraucht - Sehr gut - ungelesen,als Mängelexemplar gekennzeichnet, mit leichten Mängeln an Schnitt oder Umschlag durch Lager- oder Transportschaden - Band 1: Apologie des Sokrates und Frühdialoge - Ethik Band 2: Mittlere Dialoge - Ideen, Eros, Staatsmodell Band 3: Späte mittlere und späte Dialoge, Briefe.

Abraham Fraunce. From the Arcadian rhetorike. Thomas Nash: I. Preface to Greene's Menaphon. From The anatomie of absurditie. Appendix.

NotesII. Juttenham. The arte of English poesie. Sir John Harington. A preface or rather a briefe apologie of poetrie, prefixed to the translation of Orlando Furioso. Thomas Nash. Early life.

Robert Persons was born at Nether Stowey, Somerset to yeoman parents. Through the favour of local parson named John Hayward, a former monk, he was educated in at St. Mary's Hall, completing his degrees with distinction, he became a fellow and tutor at Balliol in College fellow and priest.

As a Fellow of Balliol College, Persons clashed with the Master there.The jesuits at the same time endeavoured to saddle them with the responsibility, and made good use of the books in their attempt to prejudice the papal court against the appellants.

Parsons replied to them with equal scurrility, but more skill, in his ‘Briefe Apologie’ () and ‘Manifestation of the Great Folly ’ (), in which.Books and pamphlets by Sir Hugh Plat (with some later editions).

The Floures of Philosophie,intro. Richard J. Panofsky, New York, USA, A Briefe Apologie of Certaine New Inventions, The Jewell House of Art and Nature, Diverse new .