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[title continues] qui nuper editus contra apologiam Serenissimi Potentissimique Principis, Iacobi, dei Gratia, Magnae Britanniae, Franciae & Hiberniae, Regis pro iuramento fidelitatis. Londini: excudebat Robertus Barkerus, serenissae Regiae Maiestatis typographus, anno 1609. , 402pp, woodcut initials and headpieces. STC 626 [ESTC S122435], lacking the final blank leaf. BOUND WITH: Reverendi in Christo Patris, Lanceloti, Episcopi Wintoniensis. Opuscula quaedam posthuma. London: Excudebat Felix Kyngston pro R.B. [Richard Badger] & Andrew Hebb, 1629. [Supplementary title]: Two Answers to Cardinall Perron, and two speeches in the Starr-Chamber, by the right Reverend Father in God, Lancelot, late Bishop of Winchester – ‘normally bound following main title (as A3), though it properly belongs at the beginning of part 2’ (STC 602 [ESTC S122313]). [xvi], 32, 31-200; [ii], 88 (last blank). The first section of this part comprises the dedication and five essays, each with title-page (verso blank). The second section (as supplementary title above) comprises four essays, each with title (verso blank). Concio ad clerum in synodo Provinciali Cantuariensis provinciæ ad D. Pauli. Die XX February MDXCIII; Concio Latinæ habita, coram Regia Maiestate Vo Augusti MDCVI. In aula Grenvici; Quæstionis nunquid per jus divinum. Magistratui liceat a reo jusiurandum exigere?; De usuries, theological determination; Responsiones ad Petri Molinæi epistolas tres; Stricturæ: or, A briefe answer to the XVIII chapter of the first booke of Cardinall Perron’s reply written in French by Mr. Casaubon in Latine; Stricturæ: or, A briefe answer to the XX chapter of the first booke of Cardinall Perron’s reply...; Speech delivered in the Starr-Chamber against the two judaicall opinions of Mr Traske; Speech delivered in the Starr-Chamber concerning vowes, in the Countesse of Shrewsburies case.
Rebound in full leather – early 20th century? – decorated with blind-stamped devices, extremities only a trifle rubbed, new endpapers, all edges tinted red; trimmed by the binder to 207x1655mm (the margins tight but no loss of text); spine title ‘Andrewes Opera Posthuma'. The first four leaves quite age-tanned, tiny clean tear to foot edge of main title, but thereafter remarkably clean and crisp. ***Lancelot Andrewes (1555-1626) was an English clergyman and scholar, who held high positions in the Church of England during the reigns of Queen Elizabeth I and King James I. He was in turn Bishop of Chichester, Ely and Winchester, and oversaw the translation of the Authorized (King James) Version of the Bible. His 'Tortura Torti' - a learned work which grew out of the Gunpowder Plot controversy - was written in answer to Bellarmine's 'Matthaeus Tortus' which had criticised James I's own book on the oath of allegiance. This collection of his works includes several of his numerous sermons and essays.
Title: Tortura Torti : siue, ad Matthaei Torti Librum Responsio... / Opuscula quaedam posthuma.
Categories: Antiquarian pre-1850,
Publisher: Londonii, Robert Barker: 1609
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