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Abel Redevivus

Thomas Fuller

Abel Redevivus

or, The dead yet speaking : the lives and deaths of the modern divines

by Thomas Fuller

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Published by W. Tegg in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christian biography.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesThe dead yet speaking.
    Statementby Thomas Fuller, assisted by several able and learned men.
    ContributionsNichols, William.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15012152M

    And though I found much spirituall strength in it, yet I could not discerne but my hunger after the word Abel Redevivus book God, and my love to the Saints had been as great if not more in former times. He twice speaks of having resided seventeen years in Cambridge, which would imply some stay there until Church History, ed. An Elegie on … James Usher, L. About he married Judith, daughter of John Davenant, a London citizen, sister of John Davanant, afterwards bishop of Salisbury, and widow of Stephen Payne, by whom he had Thomas and six younger children. Please enter a number less than or equal to 1.

    Against the chancel-wall his stately monument still survives. John Beale, a student in the s, was another FRS and an influential author on orchards and cider making in Herefordshire. But those affections were not constant but very unsetled. Published by John Featley, 2 parts, London, Memorials,II. I could only mourn, and weep to think of free mercy to such a vile wretch as I was.

    In he became fellow of Brasenose, and passed M. Before January he was married to a lady whose Christian name was Ellen. Civicus, disciplin'd. Later in the year he followed Hopton to the west. There are new books published every month.


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It pittyed my heart to see men so little to regard their soules, and to despise that happines which I knew to bee better then all the world besides, Abel Redevivus book stirred mee up to take any opportunity to draw men to God, and by successe in my endeavors I took much encouragement hereunto.

Buckley, Middleton Cheney. Tremellius was assisted in his task by Franciscus Junius or Du Jon, but the latter's share in the work was limited to translating the Apocrypha.

In March he was presented to the rectory of Cranford, near Hounslow, by George Berkeleyfirst earl Berkeley, whose chaplain he also became. Mee thought this condition and that frame of heart which I had after, was in respect of the former like the reigne of Solomon, free, peaceable, prosperous and glorious, the other more like that of Ahaz, full of troubles, feares and abasements.

Tremellius, John Immanuel (DNB00)

Paul's Epistleswhich were printed in the Bible issued by the Westminster Assembly in He sought an asylum in Metz, and ultimately was employed by Henri La Tour d'Auvergne, duc de Bouillon, to teach Hebrew at his newly founded college at Sedan.

After labours endured unremittingly by day and night from tohe passed on the 4th day of March in that year peacefully into rest with the Lord. Abel Redevivus book son, John, who survived him, was baptised at Broadwindsor 6 June ; and his wife died towards the end of the year.

Witness both Universities, whom he enriched with an abundant stream of his cultured pupils; but more, by expounding theology through all these years and even longer, and by his seven years laboring as Canon of this Abel Redevivus book, he did often here and elsewhere carry Abel Redevivus book with great zeal and effect the Holy Ministry of God.

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Wood Fasti says doubtfully he was his tutor, but it undoubtedly was Peacock who brought about his conversion. Therefore, you will see the original copyright references, library stamps as most of these works have been housed in our most important libraries around the worldand other notations in the work.

Between and he pursued classical studies at the university of Padua, where he made the acquaintance of Alexander Farnese, afterwards Paul III. Nuttall, ii. Besides his translation of the Bible, Tremellius published: 1.

He was also an excellent preacher, was resorted to far and near … The posterity of this Hen. I knew I was worthy of nothing for I knew I could doe nothing for him or for my selfe. A devotional manual entitled Ancilla Pietatis was published in and proved very popular; a sixth edition appeared intranslations into French and other languages were made, and it was a special favourite with Charles I in his troubles.

Sometimes againe I was ready to entertaine secret murmurings that all my paines and prayers etc. Featley, by Abbot's command, prepared an elaborate report of that and other controversies. On 10 Februaryin the middle of a service, five soldiers rushed into Lambeth Church intending to murder Featley, who had been warned, and kept out of the way.

The History of the most vile Dimagoras …, London,8vo. This son was the afterwards celebrated Dr. Bromley, Catalogue. Memorial Tablet to Henry Bright. Now I could goe into any company and not loose him: and so sweet was his love to mee as I desired nothing but him in heaven or earth.

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