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A list of some of the early printed books in the archi-episcopal library at Lambeth

by Lambeth Palace Library.

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Published by [T.C. Savill, printer] in London .
Written in English

  • Incunabula -- Bibliography -- Catalogs.,
  • English literature -- Early modern, 1500-1700 -- Bibliography.

  • Edition Notes

    Rare Annex copy 1: Gift of G.W. Harris.

    StatementBy the Rev. S.R. Maitland ...
    GenreBibliography, Catalogs., Bibliography.
    ContributionsMaitland, Samuel Roffey, 1792-1866
    LC ClassificationsZ240 .L223
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxii p., 1 l., 464 p.
    Number of Pages464
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24182881M
    LC Control Number06013771

      Nevertheless much was lost, especially manuscript books of English church music, none of which had then been printed. A great nombre of them whych purchased those supertycyous mansyons, resrved of those lybrarye bokes, some to serve theyr jakes, some to scoure candelstyckes, and some to rubbe their  › 百度文库 › 互联网. The Book of Common Prayer and Administration of the Holy Communion According to the Use of The Church of England together with the Psalter or Psalms of David by Miniature Book and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at ://

    About this Item: Oxford printed at the University Press; London Henry Frowde, Edition unknown circa , miniature book, 55 x 45 mm (cover size), 2¼ x 1¾ inches, frontispiece portrait of Christ with the crown of thorns, pages, bound in dark brown full calf with rounded corners, "Common Prayer" gilt on upper cover and spine, all edges red and gilded, dark brown :// 29 Ibid., nos ; all three books were of early date though the third part was at least partly revised late in Wyclif’s career - reflected in the eucharistie material which led to the censure of some items from this work, under the title De arte sophistica, in see Wilkins, D., Concilia magnae Britanniae et Hibemiae, 4 vols (London

    For some resentment at the alleged intrusive nature of Secker’s Oxford visitation see W. M. Marshall, ‘Episcopal Activity in the Hereford and Oxford Dioceses ’, Midland History, 8 (), )) bishops were careful when introducing the questionnaires to stress that the information between the bishop and his parochial clergy   In responding to the wish of the Council of the College of Organists, that I should deliver a lecture before its body, I have chosen for my subject "The Early English Organ Builders and their Works, from the Fifteenth Century to the Period of the Great Rebellion." This offers a new field of inquiry, and one of great interest to the English organist. I have not adopted it, however, without some

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The first book, published inin the reign of Edward VI, was a product of the English Reformation following the break with Rome. Prayer books, unlike books of prayers, contain the words of structured (or liturgical Published by some of his flock out of sincere affection for common good (At Amsterdam: Printed by Richard Plater, ), by John Forbes (HTML at EEBO TCP) A preparatiue sermon, to the Lords table, preached by the Reuerend Mr.

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An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Full text of "Guide to Printed Books and Manuscripts Relating to English and Foreign Heraldry and Genealogy An identity of purpose, of scope, and of spirit shows itself in all its various forms under which the book exists, so that whether we are speaking of the First Prayer Book of King Edward the Sixth, or of the book adopted by the Church of Ireland after its disestablishment, or of the American Book of Common Prayer, what we have in mind is, in a IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 19 Book of orders from the parliamentarian navy committee to Sir Henry Vane, treasurer of the navy, 9 Aug.

Dec. (MS. Rawl. Orders of the parliamentarian committee of the admiralty and navy, 8 March June (MSS. Rawl. ) A list of the Lancashire wills, proved within the archdeaconry of Richmond, and now preserved in the Court of probate at Lancaster, from to [] Also a list of the wills proved in the peculiar of Halton, from A.D.

to [] ([Rochdale, Edinburgh] Printed for the Record society, ), by Church of England. Archdeaconry of ?type=lcsubc&key=Wills -- England&c=x. Library. Within the palace precincts is Lambeth Palace Library, the official library of the Archbishop of Canterbury, and the principal repository of records of the Church of was founded as a public library by Archbishop Richard Bancroft in It contains a vast collection of material relating to ecclesiastical history, including archbishops' and bishops' archives and papers " 61 Figures from David McKenzie, ‘Printers of the Mind: Some Notes on Bibliographical Theories and Printing-House Practices’, Studies in Bibliography, 22 (), 1–75 (pp.

8–15), and Mark Bland, A Guide to Early Printed Books and Manuscripts (Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, ), p.adapted for Greek type and inexperienced workers This essay examines pressures and theological developments regarding sexuality and birth control within Anglicanism, as represented by statements from Lambeth Conferences and in discussions in the Church of England during the early to mid twentieth century, and notes some of the changes in ‘official’ position within US churches and especially The Episcopal ://   Outside these fall the Royal Library at Windsor, which includes the unique perfect Æsop, and one of the two books on vellum (the Doctrinal of Sapience) printed by Caxton; the Archiepiscopal one at Lambeth, rich in rare early printed books and MSS., and the Chetham and Rylands foundations at Manchester, the latter comprehending the Althorp   Here within are found books rare and ancient, starting with the earliest printed works encompassing incunabula, 15th century and 16th century volumes.

Business, Finance and the Law These collections will delight the collector and the financier alike, ranging the gamut of legal treatises to the history of economic ://   The books having some time since begun to crowd the room provided for them, so that James, in his Preface to the Catalogue ofsaid there already seemed to be more need of a Library for the books than books for the Library, the Founder commenced in   Some had apsidal chancels, and some had the square end.

The towers, in a great majority of instances, are at the west end. The walls are in some cases by no means low, and the naves occasionally of greater width than is usual in village churches of later periods. What forms are made use of for pillars we are but imperfectly ://   In his "Folk-lore Relics of Early Village Life,"Mr.

Gomme devotes a chapter to "Early Domestic Customs," and quotes Henry's "History of Great Britain" for a highly curious clue to the primitive mode of dressing food, and partaking of it, among the Britons. Among the Anglo-Saxons the choice of poultry and game was fairly :// The episcopal injunctions and an early ambivalence of some protestants about the use of church bells probably explain why the celebratory ringing of bells on accession day appears to have been slow to begin and to spread 88 Marsh, Music and Society, pp.

–8. The Book of Common Prayer is the short title of a number of related prayer books used in the Anglican Communion, as well as by the Continuing Anglican, "Anglican realignment" and other Anglican original book, published in (Church of England ), in the reign of Edward VI, was a product of the English Reformation following the break with Procurators, religious orders and cultural circulation in the Early Modern Portuguese Empire: Printed works, images (and relics) from Japan in António Cardim's journey to Rome ()  A comparison of this carving with the representation of the pedlar's window formerly existing in Lambeth Church, but which was sacrilegiously removed in by the late vicar of the parish, shows much the same general characteristics, and search among the parish books shows it to relate to a pedlar known by the name of Dog Smith, who left