2 edition of The dialogue in English, betweene a doctor of diuinitie, and a student in the lawes of England. found in the catalog.
The dialogue in English, betweene a doctor of diuinitie, and a student in the lawes of England.
Christopher Saint German
|Genre||Early works to 1800|
|LC Classifications||KD600 .S2513 1623|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||176,  leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||176|
|LC Control Number||28027656|
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While we have attempted to accurately maintain the integrity of the original work. The dialogue in English betweene a doctor of diuinitie and a student in the lawes of England. Contains 2 dialogues. The 1st was published in Latin () as: Dialogus de fundamentis legum Anglie et de conscientia.
A modified English translation appeared. The dialogue in English, betweene a doctor of diuinitie, and a student in the lawes of England.
The dialogue in English, betweene a Doctor of Diuinitie, and a student in the lawes of England: newly corrected and imprinted, with new additions, Christopher St. Germain, At London: Printed by [Adam Islip for] Thomas Wight, and Bonham Norton, Author of Dyaloge in Englysshe, Dyaloge in Englysshe bytwyxt a doctoure of dyvynyte and a student in the lawes of Englande, A treatise concernynge the diuision betwene the spiritualtie and temporaltie, Dialogus de fundamentis legum Anglie et de conscientia, The dialogue in English, betweene a doctor of divinitie and a student in the lawes of England, Two The dialogue in English works: An exact abridgement of that excellent treatise called Doctor and student.
A learned commendation of the politique lawes of England. A learned commendation of the politique lawes of England: wherein by most pithie reasons and euident demonstrations, they are plainely proued farre to excell, as well the ciuil lawes of the empire, as also all other lawes of the world: with a large discourse of the difference betwene the two gouernments of kingdomes.
The Dialogue in English Betweene a Doctor of Diuinitie and a Student in the Lawes of England. The Dialogue in English Betweene a Doctor of Diuinitie and a Student in the Lawes of England.
Christopher. Saint German. 26 Aug Hardback. US$ The Doctor and Student. Christopher Saint German. 26 Apr Hardback. US$ Conscience.
See also what's at Wikipedia, your library, or elsewhere. Broader term: Ethics; Related terms: Guilt; Superego; Narrower terms: Conscience -- Early works to ; Conscience -- Juvenile fiction.
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*"The dialogue in English, betweene a Doctor of Diuinitie, and a student in the lawes of England: newly corrected and imprinted, with new additions", Christopher Saint German, [Saint German, Christopher, ?] At London: Printed by [Adam.
The present interest of England stated by a lover of his king and countrey. Bethel, Slingsby, /  Observations on the letter written to Sir Thomas Osborn, upon the reading of a book called The present interest of England stated written in a letter to a friend.
Bethel, Slingsby, /  The interest of princes and states. The glory of England, or A true description of many excellent prerogatiues and remarkeable blessings, whereby she triumpheth ouer all the nations of the world vvith a iustifiable comparison betweene the eminent kingdomes of the earth, and herselfe: plainely manifesting the defects of them all in regard of her sufficiencie and fulnesse of.
The true difference betweene Christian subiection and unchristian rebellion wherein the princes lawfull power to commaund for trueth, and indepriuable right to beare the sword are defended against the Popes censures and the Iesuits sophismes vttered in their apologie and defence of English Catholikes: with a demonstration that the thinges.
The book is a deliberately drawn picture of Elizabethan England; and nothing could have kept it from being often reprinted and a thousand times more widely known than it is, except the long and dull historical and topographical Book I.
—The Description of Britaine—set before the interesting account in Books II. and III., of the England. Of this book there are two issues, the earlier with no border, the later with an elaborate woodcut border, the first ever found in an English printed book, surrounding the entire printed text of sign.
a 2 r. There are two similar issues of the Lathbury, 2. *†Latin Grammar. EL a (34/C/17) "The Lawes of England" - a tract comparing English and Hebrew institutions. EL 34/A/9 Copies of Statutes on vellum. Prefaced by a List of Kings of England with dates of commencement of Reign, date of Coronation, Years of Reign, death, sepulture from Seus son of Ethelred to Elizabeth.
Verse reproduced elsewhere in English Poetry, Second Edition omitted. More, Henry,Divine hymns. Upon the Nativity, Passion, Resurrection, and Ascension, of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, &c.
Written By the late Reverend and Learned Dr. Henry More. Set forth by way of dialogue, betweene a countrey gentleman, and a minister of Gods word ([London], ; STC ), 7–8. This dialogue version was published in the same year as STCits monologic counterpart. See above, 8. 23 See above, 5–6.
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In this case, however, the numbers indicating the passages referred to by these are found in the original text, and it was therefore not necessary to supply them conjecturally when the notes were transferred to the bottom of the page, as in the case of the Basilikon Doron.Original binding rebacked.] [MS.
on p. i: The booke of ffrancis Higginson price iij*. booke of the Civil lawes and ordinances of the Church of Rome intituled The Third part of Anthonies Summes. Printed as may be seen at the end. MS. after Colophon Printed Anno bnt the book was made by the Author in the tyme of Pope Nicholas the fifte.