Church furniture -- England -- Early works to 1800. : Foure orders of great consequence of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament. : 1. Concerning the speedy leavying and collecting of the moneyes upon the weekely assessements, or otherwise. 2. Concerning the demolishing of all altars, or tables of stone, within every church or chapell, and also for the removall and taking away of all tapers, candlesticks, and basons from the communion table, and to remove the said table from the East-end of the church. 3. For the more strict observance of the monethly fast, according to a late ordinance of the Lords and Commons for that purpose likewise an order for a strict enquiry throughout every parish, of all papists or delinquents, who have any goods, debts, chattels, personall estates, lands, tenements, or otherwise, with their respective parishes, and have not contributed according to the propositions. Ordered by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, that these orders shall be forthwith printed and published. John Browne Cler. Parliamento.
Church furniture -- Great Britain. : The law of church ornaments and utensils [electronic resource] : including communion tables, vestures, organs, candles and crosses / by George Henry Hewit[t] Oliphant.
Mather, Richard, 1596-1669. : An ansvver of the elders of the severall chvrches in New-England unto nine positions, sent over to them, by divers reverend and godly ministers in England, to declare their judgements therein : written in the year, 1639 and now published for the satifaction of all who desire resolution in those points.
Peters, Hugh, 1598-1660. : An ansvver of the elders of the severall chvrches in New-England unto nine positions, sent over to them, by divers reverend and godly ministers in England, to declare their judgements therein : written in the year, 1639 and now published for the satifaction of all who desire resolution in those points.
R. H., 1609-1678. : Reflections on the Relation of the English reformation : lately printed at Oxford ...
Great Britain -- Church -- 16th century -- Early works to 1800. : An epistle of the most myghty and redouted Prynce Henry the .viii. by the grace of God Kynge of Englande and of Fraunce, lorde of Irlande, defender of the faith, and supreme heed of the Churche of Englande : nexte vnder Christe, wrytten to the Emperours Maiestie, to all Christen princes, and to all those that trewly and syncerely professe Christes religion. In this epistle bothe the causes are playnely declared, why the Kynges hyghenes owght neyther to sende nor go to the councill indicted at Vincence, and also how perylouse a thinge it is for all suche as professe the trewe doctrine of Christ, to come thether. Hereunto also is annexed the protestation made the last yere by the Kynges hyghenes, his holle counsayle and clergye, as touchinge the councille indicted at Mantua [et]c. Rede bothe o Christen reader, truthe is comynge home, longe afore beynge in captyuytye, steppe forth and meete her by the waye: yf thou see her presente, embrace hir, and shewe thy selfe gladde of her retourne.
Church growth -- North America. : Esplendores y miserias de la evangelización de América [electronic resource] : antecedentes europeos y alteridad indígena / herausgegeben von Wulf Oesterreicher, Roland Schmidt-Riese.