Annals of the Reformation and establishment of religion

Publication Date1737
Remainderin the Church of England. Containing Accounts of the Government and Inspection of the Bishops in their respective Diocesses; as Matters, requiring their Care, fell out each Year: Ecclesiastical Commissions. The busy Actings of Papists and Puritans: The Difficulties and Dangers the State as well as the Church met with, from Time to Time; occasioned chiefly from the Endeavours to overthrow both, by the Power and Practices of such as favoured Mary Queen of Scots: Of whom many Special Transactions; and chiefly of her Sentence and Death, and the Consequences thereof, are shewn: And the Spanish Invasion in 1588. Both serving to enlighten those Two Great crises of Queen Elizabeth's Reign. Together with Divers other Political affairs of Note interspersed. This History is also improved by Notices given concerning the State and Events of the Church of Ireland; Occurrences and Differences that fell out in our Universities; Remarks of many Persons of Rank and Quality in Church and State; Books of Learning and Note, Libels, Pamphlets, &c. published yearly: All commencing from the Year of our Lord MDLXXXI. and so continued for divers Years. Collected diligently and faithfully from Records, Papers of State, Original Letters of Privy-Counsellors, Ambassadors, Bishops, Learned Men in the Universities, as elsewhere: And from other choice Manuscripts, reserved in our publick Libraries, or more private Archives. Together with an appendix, Containing Many choice Records, and Papers of Value; transcribed from Originals: Referred to in the Work; in order to the Vindication, Proof, and Illustration of the foregoing history. by John Strype, M.A. Vol. III
Publisherprinted for Edward Symon, in Cornhill


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