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THE REV. T. K. ARNOLD, M. A.
RECTOR OF LYNDON, RUTLAND;
AND LATE FELLOW OF TRINITY COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE.
J. G. AND F. RIVINGTON, ST. PAUL'S CHURCH-YARD, AND
Athanasian Creed, Village Sermon on the
Biography of English Churchmen, Chap. 1.
Chap. 4. TYNDALE.
Christian's (A) Trial..
Church as it should and as it should not be..
of England Missionaries, I. WIX'S JOURNAL.
Extracts (Short) from BURKE, p. 11, 155; CECIL, 209; CowPER, 153,
Fiction and a Fact..
Fuller, Thomas, Meditations of
Good Works necessary but not meritorious
Letter on the Death of a Wife
Keep to Practical Religion
Knowing Well is better than Knowing Much..
Knowing without Doing
BIOGRAPHY OF ENGLISH CHURCHMEN.
CONVERSION OF THE BRITONS-OF THE SAXONS-GREATHEAD
In the year 1570, the Pope, or Bishop of Rome, spoke after this manner about his own power as the pretended successor of St. Peter.
He that reigneth on high, to whom is given all power both in heaven and in earth, has committed the one Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church, out of which there is no salvation, to one alone on earth, namely, to Peter, Prince of the Apostles, and to the Roman Pontiff, St. Peter's successor, to be governed with a fulness of power. This one man he has made a Prince over all nations and all kingdoms, to pluck up, destroy, scatter, ruin, plant, and build!”
The same Bishop, having thus explained the nature of his power, tried to use it against our famous Queen Elizabeth. The attempt was made in this language: "he deprives the Queen of her pretended rights to the kingdom, and of all dominion, dignity, and privilege whatsoever; and frees all the nobles, subjects, and people of the kingdom, and all others
No. 1, July, 1836.