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The history of the Puritans, or, Protestant non-conformists : from the reformation in 1517, to the revolution in 1688 ; comprising an account of their principles ; their attempts for a farther reformation in the church, their sufferings, and the lives and characters of their most considerable divines Preview this item
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The history of the Puritans, or, Protestant non-conformists : from the reformation in 1517, to the revolution in 1688 ; comprising an account of their principles ; their attempts for a farther reformation in the church, their sufferings, and the lives and characters of their most considerable divines

Author: Daniel Neal; Joshua Toulmin
Publisher: London : Thomas Tegg and Son, 1837.
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Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Neal; Joshua Toulmin
OCLC Number: 384144123
Reproduction Notes: Photocopy. Springfield, Il. : Good Books, 2009. 23 cm.
Description: 3 volumes ; 23 cm
Contents: V. 1 Memoir of the author --
History of the Puritans from the accession of Henry VIII. to the death of Queen Elizabeth, A.D. 1509-1602 : Reign of Henry the Eighth, A.D. 1509-1547 --
Reign of King Edward the Sixth, A.D. 1547-1553 --
Reign of Queen Mary, A.D. 1553-1558 --
From the beginning of Queen Elizabeht's reign to the separation of the Protestant Nonconformists, A.D. 1558-1566 --
From the separation of the Protestant Nonconformists to the death of Archbishop Parker, A.D. 1566-1575 --
From the death of Archbishop Parker to the death of Archbishop Grindal, A.D. 1575-1585 --
From the death of Archbishop Grindal to the Spanish invasion in 1588 --
From the Spanish invasion to the death of Queen Elizabeth, A. D. 1588-1602 --
History of the Puritans from the death of Queen Elizabeth to the beginning of the Civil War in the year 1642 : From the death of Queen Elizabeth to the death of Archbishop Bancroft, A.D. 1603-1610 --
From the death of Archbishop Bancroft to the death of King James I, A.D. 1610-1625 --
From the death of King James I to the dissolution of the third Parliament of King Charles I in the year 1628 --
From the dissolution of the third Parliament of King Charles I to the death of Archbishop Abbot, A.D. 1628-1633 --
From the death of Archbishop Abbot to the beginning of the commotions in Scotland in the year 1637 --
From the beginning of the commotions in Scotland to the Long Parliament in the year 1640. V.2 The character of the Long Parliament --
The antiquity of liturgies, and of the episcopal order, debated between Bishop Hall and Smectymnuus --
From the impeachment of the Earl of Stafford to the recess of the Parliament upon the king's progress into Scotland, AD. 1640-41 --
From the reassembling of the Parliament to the king's leaving his palace of Whitehall, January 10, 1641-2 --
From the king's leaving Whitehall to the beginning of the civil war, A.D. 1642 --
The state of the Church of England --
History of the Puritans from the Battle of Edge Hill to the death of King Charles I, A.D. 1643-1649 : From the battle of Edge Hill to the calling of the Assembly of Divines at Westminster --
From the calling of the Assembly of Divines at Westminster to the Oxford Parliament --
Oxford Parliament --
Of the several parties in the Assembly of Divines, Presbyterians, Erastians, Independents --
Abstract of the trial of Archbishop Laud and the treaty of Uxbridge --
The progress of the war --
The conclusion of the first civil war, by the king's surrendering his royal person to the Scots --
Proceedings of the assembly upon their confession of faith and catechisms --
The visitation of the University of Oxford --
The second civil war --
History of the Puritans, from the death of King Charles I. to the death of King Charles II. A.D. 1649-1684 : From the death of King Charles I. to the coronation of King Charles II. in Scotland --
From the coronation of King Charles II. in Scotland, to the protectorship of Oliver Cromwell --
From the beginning of the Protectorship of Oliver Cromwell to his death. V.3 From the death of the protector to the restoration of King Charles II. --
From the restoration of King Charles II. to the conference at the Savoy --
From the Savoy Conference to the Act of Uniformity --
From the Act of Uniformity to the banishment of the Earl of Clarendon --
From the banishment of the Earl of Clarendon to the king's declaration of indulgence in the year 1672 --
From the king's declaration of indulgence to the Popish Plot --
From the Popish Plot to the death of King Charles II --
From the death of King Charles II. to King James II's declaration for liberty of conscience --
From King James II.'s declaration for liberty of conscience to the Act of Toleration in the reign of King William and Queen Mary, 1688 --
History of the Baptists and Quakers : Some account of the Baptists from the days of Wickliffe to the reign of James I., A.D. 1370-1600 --
History of the Baptists during the reigns of James I. and Charles I., A.D., 1602-1650 --
History of the Baptists during the Protectorate --
History of the Baptists from the restoration of King Charles II. to the fall of Lord Clarendon, A.D. 1660-1670 --
From the Declaration of Indulgence to the Revolution --
History of the Quakers : From the protectorship of Cromwell to the Declaration of Indulgence, 1674 --
From the Declaration of Indulgence to the Revolution, A.D., 1674-1688 --
Reflections on the Revolution and the Act of Toleration.
Responsibility: by Daniel Neal ; reprinted from the text of Dr. Toulmin's edition ; with his life of the author and account of his writings.

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