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that if any reader shall receive any satisfaction from this very plain, and as true relation, he will be so charitable as to say Amena.
I. W. Blessed is that man in whose spirit there is no guile. Psal. xxxii. 2.
[The Letter of Dr. Barlow, Bishop of Lincoln, mentioned in Page 419, is inserted in the Life of Mr. Isaac Walton, prefixed to this Work.]
VII.“ CENSURE of Mr. ANTON. ASCHAM his BOOK of the CONFUSIONS and REVOLUTIONS of GOVERNMENT. London, 1649.”—800. Of Anthony Ascham, who was appointed by the Rump Parliament their agent, or resident in the Court of Spain, in 1649, and who was killed in his apartments, at Madrid, by some English-Royalists, see “ Wood's Ath. Ox.” Vol. II. col. 385. ,
VIII. “ EPISCOPACY (as established by Law in England) NOT PREJUDICIAL to REGAL POWER. Written in the Time of the Long Parliament, by the special Command of the late King. London, 1673."
IX. “DISCOURSE CONCERNING the CHURCH, in THESE PARTICULARS: First, concerning the Visibility of the true, Church : Secondly, concerning the Church of Rome. London, 1688." Published by Dr. W. Asheton, of Brazen-nose College, Oxford, from a MS. communicated to him by Mr. John Pullen, the Bishop's domestic Chaplain.'.
X. 1. " BISHOP SANDERSON'S JUDGMENT concerning SUBMISSION to USURPERS.” 2. “PAX ECCLESIÆ.” 3. • BISHOP SANDERSON'S JUDGMENT in ONE VIEW for the SETTLEMENT of the CHURCH." This tract is written by way of question and answer. Anthony Wood tells us, that the questions were formed by the publisher, and that the answers were made up of scraps, without any alteration, taken out of the prefaces and sermons of the Bishop. 4. “REASONS of the present JUDGMENT of the UNI. VERSITY of OXFORD, concerning the SOLEMN LEAGUE and COVENANT, the NEGATIVE OATH, the ORDINANCES concerning DISCIPLINE and WORSHIP. London, 1678.” These tracts are annexed to “Isaac Walton's Life of Dr. Sanderson.” 1678. ; XI. A large “PREFACE” to a book written at the command of Charles I, by Archbishop Usher, and published by Dr. Sanderson, entitled “ The POWER communicated by GOD to the PRINCE, and the OBEDIENCE required of the SUBJECT. London, 1661."-4to. A second corrected edition of this work was published in 8vo, 1683. See “ Kennet's Register," p. 3-17.
XII.“ A PREFATORY DISCOURSE” prefixed to a collection of Treatises, entitled "CLAVI TRABALES, or NAILES fastened by some great MASTERS of ASSEMBLYES, concerning the KING'S SUPREMACY and CHURCH GOVERNMENT under BISHOPS; the particulars of which are as followeth:
1. Two Speeches of the late Lord Primate Usher's. The one of the King's Supremacy; the other of the Duty of Subjećls to supply the King's Necessities.
" 2. His Judgment and Practice in point of Loyalty, Episcopacy, Liturgy, and Constitutions of the Church of England.