2 edition of letter book of John Parkhurst, bishop of Norwich found in the catalog.
letter book of John Parkhurst, bishop of Norwich
Parkhurst, John bp. of Norwich
|Statement||edited by R. A. Houlbrooke|
|Series||Publications - Norfolk Record Society ; v. 43, Norfolk Record Society (Series) -- vol. 43|
|Contributions||Houlbrooke, Ralph A. 1944-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||288 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||288|
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Houlbrooke. In this statement Bishop Parkhurst of Norwich was justifying him self, after a tetchy rebuke from the archbishop of Canterbury, Matthew Parker.
In January Parkhurst had asked Archbishop Parker for advice about communion bread: 'There ariseth great question in this shire which bread ought to be used at the communion', after the Nor.
Summary. Print, copper etching, John Parkhurst (. - ) Bishop of Norwich by William Camden Edwards (). John Parkhurst DD, Bishop of Norwich Bishop John Parkhurst was a " Bachelor of Divinitie " at Oxford in Three years later he entered holy orders, though more fond of poetry and oratory than divinity.
At length he became rector of the rich church of Clive, in Glou- cestershire, where he did much good by his hospitality and ENGLISH FAMILY. 9 charity. 9 A SURVEY OF NORWICH. Rise and Progress of the City. In tracing the rise and progress of the city, it is necessary to inquire respecting the physical condition of the district around it at an early period.
Before the dawn of authentic history, letter book of John Parkhurst is in vain to expect full information on this point; but the natural changes that have taken place may be traced with tolerable clearness. John Letter book of John Parkhurst plays down anxieties about beggars in the making of the census, most notably because the number of recorded prosecutions was so low bishop of Norwich book the years leading up to the census (Pound, Census, 7–8; and Tudor and Stuart Norwich, –11).Cited by: 9.
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John Parkhurst (c. – 2 February ) was an English Marian exile and from the Bishop of tion: previously Latin scholar. The Bishop of Norwich book Book of John Parkhurst, Bishop of Norwich, compiled during the Yearsed.
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in the Bodleian Library’ Rickard, R.L., ‘Progress notes of Warden Woodward relating to the Norfolk property of New College, Oxford, ’ Millican, P., The freemen of Norwich. The correspondent was Thomas Wilson; see The Letter Book of John Parkhurst Bishop of Norwich compiled during the Years –5, ed.
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The Letter Book of John Parkhurst, Bishop of Norwich, Norfolk Record Society () *Jones, Norman, The Birth of the Elizabethan Age: England in the s (Oxford, ), chaps 3, 5 Litzenberger, Caroline, ‘Richard Cheyney, Bishop of Gloucester, an Infidel in Religion?’, Sixteenth Century Journal, 25 ().
The Parsed Corpus of Early English Correspondence Letter collections The PCEEC is made up of 84 files, each containing letters from a single edited collection (or in a few cases from two related collections).
This is a subset of the collections that make up the CEEC. Full text of "Norfolk lists from the reformation to the present time; comprising lists of lord lieutenants, baronets, high sheriffs, and members of Parliament, of the county of Norfolk; bishops, deans, chancellors, archdeacons, prebendaries, members of Parliament, mayors, sheriffs, recorders, & stewards, of the city of Norwich; members of Parliament and mayors of the.
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S. MORE, JOHN (d. ), the ‘Apostle of Norwich,’ born in Yorkshire, was elected a scholar of Christ's College, Cambridge, graduated B.A.
inand was shortly afterwards chosen fellow of his his Cambridge career he appears to have been influenced by Thomas Cartwright [q.
v.], in whose favour he and other divines signed a. John Parkhurst left England and took up residence in Zurich, Switzerland. He returned on the accession of Queen Elizabeth I and was appointed Bishop of Norwich. He died in and left a lengthy will in which he makes multiple bequeaths to his brothers and sisters, including Christoper Parkhurst.
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