The Whole Works, Volume 12

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Hodges and Smith, 1660

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Page 579 - ... hath made of one blood all nations of men to dwell on all the face of the earth...
Page 542 - For all nations have drunk of the wine of the wrath of her fornication, and the kings of the earth have committed fornication with her, and the merchants of the earth are waxed rich through the abundance of her delicacies.
Page 556 - Again, he sent forth other servants, saying, Tell them which are bidden, Behold, I have prepared my dinner: my oxen and my fatlings are killed, and all things are ready : come unto the marriage.
Page 244 - ... sacrosancta fide dignior apparebat auctoritas, quo et omnibus ad legendum esset in promptu, et secreti sui dignitatem in intellectu profundiore servaret, verbis apertissimis et humillimo genere loquendi se cunctis praebens, et exercens intentionem eorum, qui non sunt leves corde...
Page 439 - Volueram aliquando, ut per singulos annos secundum omnes evangelistas etiam passio legeretur: factum est; non audierunt homines quod consueverant et perturbati sunt.
Page 556 - Deut. xv. 26,) / love thee, and will not go out free, he shall be bored for a slave, and serve for ever. But that slavish disposition of his maketh the extent of the privilege of that year not a whit the straiter ; because he was included within the general grant, as well as others...
Page 594 - God hath given express charge to all men, that upon the sabbath-day, which is now our Sunday, they should cease from all weekly and work-day labour, to the intent that like as God himself wrought six days, and rested the seventh, and blessed and sanctified it, and consecrated it to quietness and rest from labour ; even so God's obedient people should use the Sunday holily, and rest from their common and daily business, and also give themselves wholly to heavenly exercises of God's true religion and...
Page 536 - IV. The Provincial Synod might consist of all the Bishops and Suffragans and such of the clergy as should be elected out of every Diocese within the Province. The Primate of either Province might be the Moderator of this meeting (or in his room...
Page 383 - Biblia vulgari lingua passim sine discrimine permittantur, plus inde, ob hominum temeritatem, detrimenti, quiim utilitatis oriri, hac in parte judicio Episcopi, aut inquisitoris stetur : ut cum consilio Parochi vel Confessarii, Bibliorum a Catholicis auctoribus versorum lectionem in vulgari lingua eis concedere possint, quos intellexerint ex hujusmodi lectione, non damnum, sed fidei atque pietatis augmentum capere posse: quam facultatem in scriptis habeant.
Page 411 - Alexandria et Aegyptus in Septuaginta suis Hesychium laudat auctorem; Constantinopolis usque Antiochiam Luciani martyris exemplaria probat. Mediae inter has provinciae Palaestinos codices legunt, quos ab Origene elaborates Eusebius et Pamphilus vulgaverunt; totusque orbis hac inter se trifaria varietate compugnat.

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