Certaine briefe notes, 1602

by Humphrey Ely

Publisher: Scolar Press in Menston

Written in English
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  • Catholic Church -- Clergy.,
  • Jesuits -- England.

Edition Notes

Other titlesCertain brief notes
StatementHumphrey Ely.
SeriesEnglish recusant literature -- v. 171, English recusant literature, 1558-1640 -- v. 171.
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various pagings);
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16514710M
ISBN 100859671437

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ely, Humphrey, Certaine briefe notes, Menston: Scolar Press, (OCoLC) Document Type. Certaine briefe notes 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 and true relation of the discouerie of the north part of Virginia: being a most pleasant, fruitfull and commodious soile:: made this present yeereby captaine Bartholomew Gosnold, Captaine Bartholowmew [sic] Gilbert, and diuers other gentlemen their associats, by the permission of the honourable knight, Sir Walter Ralegh, &: Certaine briefe notes vpon a briefe apologie set out vnder the name of the priestes vnited to the archpriest.

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by Nowell, Alexander, Publication date Notes. No table-of-contents pages found. Contains tight inner margins. Addeddate   Gervase Babington, Certaine plaine, briefe, and comfortable notes, vpon euery chapter of Genesis Gathered and layde downe for the good of them that are not able to vse better helps, and yet careful to read the word, and right hartily desirous to taste the sweet of it.

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It was generally believed that he would be created cardinal, a suggestion which was disapproved of by Alfonso Agazzari, S.J., rector of the English College, and obstacles were put in the way of his journey to Rome (Eley, "Certaine Briefe Notes", p.

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Paul's Cross by Babington were also published. Certaine plaine, briefe, and comfortable notes vpon euerie chapter of Genesis Gathered and laid downe for the good of them that are not able to vse better helpes, and yet carefull to read the worde, and right heartilie desirous to taste the sweete of it.

[] A briefe treatise touching the preservation of the eie sight consisting partly. The Warn-word to Sir Francis Hastinges Wast-word: Conteyning the Issue of Three Former Treateses, the Watch-word, the Ward-word and the Wast-word, Intituled by Sir Francis, an Apologie Or Defence of His Watch-word, Togeather with Certaine Admonitions&warnings to the Said Knight and His Followers.

Wherunto is Adioyned a Breif Reiection of an Insolent, and Vaunting Minister Masked with the. 11 Variously entitled A briefe and necessary instruction, A briefe and necessary calechisme and A short catechisme for householders: STCand Wing S ; P.

Collinson, A Minor of Elizabethan Puritanism: the life and letters of ‘Godly Master Bering’ (Friends of Dr Williams's Library, 17th lecture), London He wrote ‘Certaine Briefe Notes vpon a Briefe Apologie set out vnder the name of the Priestes vnited to the Archpriest.

Drawn by an vnpassionate secular Prieste, friend to bothe partyes, but more frend to the truth. Whereunto is added a seuerall answeare vnto the particularites obiected against certaine. If he were now alive, he would tell another tale against those that hindered him from that higher dignity, and that told him a tale in his ear when he was ready to put his foot into his litter, and made him stay at home and lose that “higher dignity”’ (Ely, Certaine Briefe Notes, &c.,p.

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Drawn by an vnpassionate secular Prieste, friend to bothe partyes, but more frend to the truth. Whereunto is added a seuerall answeare vnto the particularites obiected against certaine Persons,’ Paris (), 12mo.

The publication of the narrative accounts of the voyages of Gisnold () and Waymouth () opened up for English readers what was then known as Norumbega, the later New England; They are the first documents of exploration of that region to have been published since that of Verrazzano's voyage () in Notes: Title and imprint from STC.

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annotations, and briefe notes. 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.Author: Purchas, Samuel, ? Title: Purchas his pilgrimes. part 1 In fiue bookes. The first, contayning the voyages and peregrinations made by ancient kings, patriarkes, apostles, philosophers, and others, to and thorow the remoter parts of the knowne world: enquiries also of languages and religions, especially of the moderne diuersified professions of Christianitie.CERTAINE SELECT DIALOGUES OF LUCIAN: TOGETHER WITH HIS TRUE HISTORIE, Translated from the Greeke into English by Mr Francis Hickes.

Whereunto is Added the Life of Lucian Gathered Out of His Owne Writings, with Briefe Notes and Illustrations Upon Each Dialogue and Booke, by T. H. Mr of Arts of Christ-Church in Oxford.