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CONTENT S.

INTRODUCTION.

The state of religious opinions and parties during the reigns

of Edward VI. and Mary.

The two objects of the English reformers.... the different parts

they were allowed to take. ... their incidental advantages... the character of the Sovereign.... the state of religious controversy.... illustrated from the cases of the Eucharist and clerical vestments.... the progress of change.... exemplified in the second Service-book of King Edward. ...changes made in the communion service. ... in the rubric respecting vestments. . . . principles involved in those changes.... opinion of Lord Bacon. ... the English reformers in exile. ... the exiles at Frankfurt. . . . at Geneva. ... state of religious opinions on the accession of Elizabeth.... sentiments of moderation.... divines who had remained in England. ... archbishop Parker .... influence of the exiles.... character of Elizabeth.... the tendency of her measures.

CHAPTER I.

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course prepared to have been read in the public Conference at
Westminster on the Second Question. Corp. Chr. Coll. Camb.
Vol. 121. Synod..... VI. Dr. Cox's Letter to Wolfgang
Weidner, with an account of the disputation at Westminster.
Corp. Chr. Coll. C'amb. Vol. 241.... VII. A Letter of Jewel's
to Peter Martyr, concerning the Disputation at Westminster.
Burnet, Hist. Ref. Vol. III. Part 2. pp. 360–362....
VIII. The Oration of Abbot Feckenham in the Parliament
House, 1559, against the Bill for the Liturgy. Corp. Chr. Coll.
Camb. Vol. 121. Synod.... IX. The Oration of Bishop Scot in
the Parliament House against the Bill for the Liturgy. Fox MSS.
Vesp. D. 18.... X. Extract from the Journal of the Lower House
of Convocation. Burn. Hist. Ref. V. m. P. 2. p. 419.

CHAPTER III.

The revision of the Liturgy in the reign of James I.

The progress of Puritanism.... the cross and the surplice....

the auxiliaries of the Puritans.... the loftiness of their pre-
tensions.... causes of the support they met with.... proceed-
ings of the high commission.... dissatisfaction with the
government.. want of occupation.... illustrated in the con-
spiracy of 1603, ... all Non-conformists treated as state-
offenders.... Non-conformist ministers. ... opinions of eminent
statesmen respecting them.... publications on the subject....
Cooper, bishop of Winchester. . . . Bancroft, afterwards arch-
bishop of Canterbury.... Hooker's Ecclesiastical Polity..
the close of Elizabeth's reign. ... the millenary petition...
sentiments of King James.... he grants a conference. ...
advice of Lord Bacon.... declaration from the two Univer-
sities. ... the King's proclamation.... divines convened at
Hampton Court.... statement of Dr. Montague. . . . resolutions
adopted by the King.... his method of carrying them into
effect. ... the alterations made in the Liturgy.... disappoint-
ment of the Puritans. ... petition from the diocese of Lincoln

plans of moderation.... strong opinion expressed of their
futility.... decided answer in their favour.

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