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|Statement||edited for the Parker Society by William Nicholson. --|
|Series||[Publications] / Parker Society|
|Contributions||Nicholson, William, 1809?-1845|
|LC Classifications||BX5037 G74 1843|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 504. 16 p. --|
|Number of Pages||504|
In , Archbishop Edmund Grindal joined the company of Puritans who offended Queen Elizabeth I. His most provocative statement was a reminder of her mortality. He was suspended from his duties for the rest of his life. The unwelcomed reminder came at the end of a word letter (an actual “book to the queen”),. The remains of Edmund Grindal, D. D. successively Bishop of London, and Archbishop of York and Canterbury Sermon, at the funeral solemnitie of the most high and mighty Prince Ferdinandus, the late Emperour of most famous memorye.
Treatise on the Power and Primacy of the Pope, also called Appendix On The Papacy, one of the confessional writings of Lutheranism, prepared in by Philipp Melanchthon, the German Protestant political leaders who were members of the Schmalkaldic League and several Protestant theologians had assembled at Schmalkalden to consider a response to a bull issued in . John Foxe. Foxe's Book of Martyrs. Birthplace: Boston, Lincolnshire, England Location of death: London, England Cause of death: unspecified Remains: Buried, St. Giles's, Crip. Author of the famous Book of Martyrs, born at Boston, in Lincolnshire. At the age of sixteen he is said to have entered Brasenose College, Oxford, where he was the pupil Religion.
William Grindal appeared in St. Bees and built his farm between and Edmund's birth that is thought to be between and It is said that as a literary young man his life was saved when a stray arrow hit him in the chest but lodged in a book in his breast pocket. John’s father, originally of Sudbury in Suffolk, was a chaplain to the Archbishop of Canterbury, Edmund Grindal. His father was also a prebend of St Paul’s in London, a minister in Rochester, Kent, and a rector of the parish of Cliffe, Kent.
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The remains of Edmund Grindal by Grindal, Edmund, ?; Nicholson, William. Publication date Topics Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor,Church of England, Plague -- London,Theology -- Collected works 16th century Publisher Cambridge: Printed at the University PressPages: Edmund Grindal, English archbishop of Canterbury whose Puritan sympathies brought him into serious conflict with Queen Elizabeth I.
Educated at Magdalene The remains of Edmund Grindal. book Christ’s colleges, Cambridge, he became a royal chaplain and prebendary of Westminster in and, during the reign of Mary I, went to the.
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The following account of this Dialogue is from Strype, Life of Grindal, p. "I do not find our Archbishop left much in print behind him: yet one tract (whereof, as we are informed by the foresaid MS. history, he was author) may be worth mentioning to such who have any mind to see a specimen of his learning, viz.
a Dialogue between Custom and Truth, which is still to be seen in John Fox. Remains of Edmund Grindal. [Parker Society (Great Britain)] Home.
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Edmund Grindal and His Letter to the Queen InArchbishop Edmund Grindal joined the company of Puritans who offended Queen Elizabeth I. His most provocative statement was a reminder of her mortality.
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The History of the Life and Acts of the Most Reverend Father in God, Edmund Grindal, the First Bishop of London, and the Second Archbishop of York and Canterbury Successively, in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth: Queen Elizabeth: To Which Is Added, An.
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GRINDAL, EDMUND (?–), archbishop of Canterbury, was the son of William Grindal, a well-to-do farmer who lived at Hensingham, in the parish of St. Bees, Cumberland, a district which Grindal himself described as 'the ignorantest part in religion, and most oppressed of covetous landlords of anyone part of this realm' (Remains, p.
Senior Research Scholar Allen Guelzo (Humanities Council) goes back a shorter distance to contemplate, in his own isolation, what families in the 19th century did around parlor tables and recommends a meditation from The Remains of Edmund Grindal (), a book about the plague of .His date of birth is uncertain, but he was the son of William Grindal, a farmer of Hensingham, in the parish of St Bees, ed at St.
Bees School, in Cumberland, in Company with Edwin Sandys.A well-informed antiquary writes: "The fact that both Grindal and Sandys became brilliant ornaments of the Reformed Church, would seem to suggest that their teacher at St. Bees must have been.
The Remains of Edmund Grindal, D.D., Successively Bishop of London, and Archbishop of York and Canterbury, ed. Parker Society (Cambridge: Cambridge Press, ).
This is Elizabeth’s second Archbishop of Canterbury and the nation’s second Reformation-Bishop following Mary Author: Reformation.