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This volume is a sequel to the one entitled “ The two Books of Common Prayer, set forth by authority of Parliament in the reign of King Edward VI, compared with each other ;” and the two volumes jointly are intended to contain a complete documentary history of the English Liturgy from the period of the Reformation down to the present time.

CONTENTS.

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.

The revision of the Liturgy in the reign of Elizabeth.

The Queen's neutrality.... efforts of the two great religious

parties. ... the Queen's proclamation. ... committee of revision.... the only prudent method.... of whom composed.... Guest added to the committee... the report he made to Cecil.... the convocation ... articles presented by them to parliament. ... approved by the two universities. ... the Queen withdraws her bill of uniformity.... conference of divines at Westminster.... questions for discussion.... proceedings of the conference. ... bill of uniformity again brought before parliament.... passed.... opposition in the house of lords.... changes made in the Liturgy.... effects of these changes... with reference to the Eucharist. ... to clerical vestments.... extraneous influences.... conformists actuated by different motives.... sentiments of the clergy in general. ... the convocation. ... articles proposed in the lower house.

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CHAPTER II.

Documents connected with the revision of

Queen Elizabeth.

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1. The Device for alteration of religion in the first year of Queen

Elizabeth, (supposed to have been drawn up by Sir Thomas
Smith.) Cotton Libr. Julius F. 6..... II. Dr. Guest to Sir
William Cecil, the Queen's Secretary, concerning the Service-
book newly prepared for the Parliament. Corp. Chr. Coll.
Camb. vol. 106..... III. The first Proposition upon which the
Papists and Protestants disputed in Westminster Abbey. The
Discourse of Dr. Horne. Fox's Acts and Mon. and Corp. Chr.
Coll. Camb. Vol. 121. Synodalia..... IV. The answer of Dr.
Cole to the first Proposition of the Protestants. Corp. Chr.
Coll. Camb. Vol. 121. Synod..... V. The Protestants' Dis-

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