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PARLIAMENTARY (the) original and rights of the Lower House of Convocation clared, and the evidences of its separation from the Upper House produc’d on several heads; particularly, in the point of making separate applications, (as a distinct body of men) to other bodies or persons; in pursuance of an argument for the power of the Lower House to adjourn it self. To which is added a preface, giving an account of the dishonest methods of answering books, taken up by [Edmund Gibson] the chief asserter of the Archbishop's sole power, in his late pretended review of the case of the Schedule. [By Francis ATTERBURY, D.D.]
Dublin, printed in the year MDCCXC. Octavo.” [M. and Q., 2nd Ser., vol. iv. p. 219.] PARLIAMENTARY right maintain'd or the Hanover succession justify’d. Wherein the hereditary right to the crown of England asserted &c. is consider'd, in iii. parts. The 1st. Examins the plea from Scripture. The ii. That from the laws & history of England, for indefeasible right, nonresistance & disposition of the crown by will. The iii. Whether the parliament, can repeal the Hanover succession, as now establish’d by the Treaty of union. With reflections on the treasonable schemes of the party, as they occurr in their book : & particularly that of a new lurking Pretender. [By George RIDPATH.
resolutions. Being a scheme of the ministerial practice, drawn from rules of Scripture, and from the example of the Apostles and primitive pastors of the Church. Together with an account of the author's application of these methods in his own parish, and his success. As also the publick charge he gave himself and the people, on his being inducted their minister. Dedicated to the Archbishops, Bishops, and all the English clergy; and humbly offer'd to their perusal and correction; as also to the three great religious societies in this city; that of propagating Christianity into foreign parts, of promoting Christian knowledge, and of reformation of manners : and to the candid consideration of all pious Christians. By a presbyter of the Church of England, in a letter to his friend. [Brian HUNT.] London: 1722. Octavo. 103.” Epistles dedicatory and recommendatory signed B. H.
PARSONAGE (the) house.
PARSONS and widows.
A domestic By the author of “Miser[F. M. REYNoLDS.] In two
romance. rimus.” volumes.
By a young lady. [Elizabeth BLower.] In a series of letters. In three volumes.
London: 1849. Octavo. Pp. 76."
- . . [By Thomas BROWNE.] Second edition.
Dublin: 1831. Octavo. Pp. 203. b. t."
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