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" Papist, or at least very popishly inclined, that it was almost made an heresy (as I have heard from his own mouth) for any one to be seen in his company, and a misprision of heresy to give him a civil salutation as he walked the streets... "
Lives of the bishops of Bath and Wells, from the earliest to the present period - Стр. 37
авторы: Stephen Hyde Cassan - 1829 - Страниц: 280
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The Orthodox churchman's magazine; or, A Treasury of divine and useful knowledge

1804
...did it so effectually, that " it was almost made heresy (as he himself toW Dr. Heylyn) for any one to be .seen in his company, and a misprision of heresy to give him u. civil salutation in the streets." TU* first preferment he had was the vicarage of Stan• H«yly»'«...
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The General biographical dictionary: containing an historical and critical ...

Alexander Chalmers - 1815
...levelled also against the puritans, and he was rallied by the divinity-professor. He likewise gave farther offence to the Calvinists, by a sermon preached before...the vicarage of Stanford, in Northamptonshire, in 1 607 ; and in 16O8 he obtained the advowson of North Ki! worth, in Leicestershire. He was no sooner...
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The General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an Historical and ..., Том 20

Alexander Chalmers - 1815
...also against the puritans, and he was rallied by the divinity-professor. He likewi.se gave farther offence to the Calvinists, by a sermon preached before...made heresy for any to be seen in his company, and a inisprision of heresy to give him a civil salutation ; his learning, parts, and principles, however,...
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The British Plutarch: containing the lives of the most eminent ..., Том 3

Francis Wrangham - 1816
...a Papist, so popishly inclined, that (as Heylin affirms) ' it was made almost a heresy for any one to be seen in his company, and a misprision of heresy to give him a civil salutation as he passed the streets." In 1605, he imprudently married his patron the Earl of Devonshire to Penelope,...
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The Churchman's companion

1854
...suspicion soon was looked upon as fact. He was branded as a Papist in disguise ; and it was a heresy to be seen in his company, and a misprision of heresy to give him a civil salutation as he walked the streets. Cambridge also took the alarm ; and its Eegius Professor of Divinity (afterwards...
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Middle-age period

1875
...popishly inclined, that it was almost made an heresy (as I have heard from his own mouth) for any one to be seen in his company, and a misprision of heresy to give him a civil salutation as he walked the streets."* Overall's At this time Abbot was taking a prominent part in tion°Boot"...
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An analysis of the Stuart Period of England History

Robert Ross - 1860
...popishly inclined, that it was almost made a heresy (as I have heard from his own mouth) for any one to be seen in his company, and a misprision of heresy to give him a civil salutation as he walked the streets". When chaplain to Mountjoy, Earl of Devon, Laud, notwithstanding his strict...
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The New American Cyclopædia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge, Том 10

George Ripley, Charles Anderson Dana - 1860
...relates that even at the university he was so "popishly inclined" that it was almost a heresy for any one to be seen in his company, and a misprision of heresy to give him a civil salutation in the streets. He received clerical orders in 1601, became chaplain to Charles Lord Mouutjoy, earl...
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Lives of the Archbishops of Canterbury: Middle-age period

Walter Farquhar Hook - 1875
...popishly inclined, that it was almost made an heresy (as I have heard from his own mouth) for any one to be seen in his company, and a misprision of heresy to give him a civil salutation as he walked the streets."* Overall's At this time Abbot was taking a prominent part in tion°Book!"...
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Dictionary of National Biography, Объемы 1-63

1885
...was often made an heresy (as I have heard from his own mouth) for any one to be seen in his 8 Abbot company, and a misprision of heresy to give him a civil salutation as he walked the streets ' (HEYLIN, ed. 1668, p. 54). Laud was not the only champion of dissentient...
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