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The Works of That Learned and Judicious Divine, Mr. Richard Hooker, in Eight Books of the Laws of Ecclesistical Polity, Compleated Out of His Own Manuscripts. Dedicated to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, Charles II. By Whose Royal Father (Near His Martyrdom) the Former Five Books (Then Only Extant) Were Commended to His Dear Children, as an Excellent Means to Satisfie Private Scruples, and Settle the Publick Peace of This Church and Kingdom. To Which Are Added, Several Other Treatises by the Same Author. All Revised and Corrected in Numberless Places of the Former Edition, by a Diligent Hand. There Is Also Prefix'd Before the Book, the Life of the Author, Sometime Written by Isaac Walton

Hooker, Richard; Gauden, John; Walton, Izaak; Strype, John
Format
Book
Published
London, Printed for R.C. [etc.] and are to be sold by H. Mortlock [etc.] 1705.
Language
English
Uniform Title
Ecclesiastical Polity
Description
7 p. l., 553 (i.e. 605) p. front. (port.) 30 cm.
Notes
  • Title-page in red and black.
  • Added t.-p. (engraved, with architectural border): Of the lawes of ecclestistical politie ... London, Printed for R. Scot [etc., n.d.]
  • Errors in paging: 287-288 omitted in numbering; 23-30, 351-392 repeated.
  • Reissue of Gauden's edition, with some corrections by Strype.
  • Includes (p. 471-553) A supplication made to the Council by Master Walter Travers; Master Hooker's answer to the supplication that Master Travers made to the Council; A learned discourse of justification, works, and how the foundation of faith is overthrown; A learned sermon of the nature of pride; A remedy against sorrow and fear, delivered in a funeral sermon; Of the certainty and perpetuity of faith in the elect: especially the prophet Habakkuk's faith; Two sermons upon part of S. Jude's Epistle.
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