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Collections of the Protestant Episcopal Historical Society

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...c Library.org EPISCOPAL HISTORICAL SOCIETY Title: COLLECTIONS OF THE PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL HISTORICAL SOCIETY Author: Language: English Subject... ...... .... SHEPPARD, Scuppernong, N. C. The corresponding members are agents of the Protestant Episcopal Historical Society in their several dioceses. Where no... ...sion to North Carolina (1703) 184 PREFACE, THE Executive Committee of the Protestant Episcopal Historical Society have, at length, the pleasure of pr... ...ber of such is not large, and, therefore, our support must be derived from Protestant Episcopalians, alive to the importance of preserving the documen... ...lished in Parker's New York Gazette of April 4, 1768 : " Those apostolical monarchs who are to chastise us with scorpions, right reverend and holy tyr...

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Protestant Reformation

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... Protestantism ... ... The Protestant Reformation, often referred to simply as the Reformation,[1] was... ...tern Christianity initiated by Martin Luther, John Calvin, and other early Protestant Reformers. Although there had been significant attempts to refor... ...Europe, with the exception of most of Ireland, came under the influence of Protestantism. Southern Europe remained Roman Catholic, while Central Europ... ... origins Background The oldest Protestant Churches, such as the Unitas Fratrum (Unity of the Brethren), Mo... ...ultimately adopted Lutheranism over the course of the 16th century, as the monarchs of Denmark (who also ruled Norway and Iceland) and Sweden (who als...

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An Appeal from the Protestant Association to the People of Great Britain : Concerning the Probable Tendency of the Late Act of Parliament in Favour of the Papists

By: Protestant Association (London, England)

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org PROTESTANT ASSOCIATION Title: AN APPEAL FROM THE PROTESTANT ASSOCIAT... ...... ...THE PEOPLE OF GREAT BRITAIN 7 . [ Price One Shilling. ] A N APPEAL FROM THE PROTESTANT ASSOCIATION T O THE PEOPLE OF GREAT BRITAIN; CONCERNING THE PR... ...fouls as infinite in value and duration, as the proudeft prelates or highefl monarchs upon earth ? To tolerate fuch opinions as thefe, is to infult th...

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List of Scottish monarchs

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... 2 Coronation Oath 3 List of monarchs of Scotland 3.1 House of... ... 5 Other claimants 6 Timeline of Scottish Monarchs 7 Acts of Union ... ...rm the Things above-written by our solemn Oath. List of monarchs of Scotland House of Alpin (848–1034) ... ... William of Orange, the ruler of the Dutch Republic; they were accepted as monarchs of Scotland after a period of deliberation by the Scottish Parliam... ...f-brother, James, then living in exile in France. The English favoured the Protestant Sophia of Hanover (a granddaughter of James VI) as heir; many Sc... ...he Scottish parliament's assent, bribes and payments. Thereafter, although monarchs continued to rule over the nation of Scotland, they did so first a...

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Seventh Address to Protestants throughout the World

By: Reformed Romanist Priests' Protection Society

...rld Public Library.org THROUCHOUT THE WORLD Title: SEVENTH ADDRESS TO PROTESTANTS THROUCHOUT THE WORLD Author: Language: English Subject: Fi... ...... ...he fields of Mammon, and to signalize the savage carnage in mortal conflict. Protestant Brethren ! — Such should not be our character in this use of a... ...grasp. Antinomian licentiousness, lurking and entwining itself in the Church Protestant, poisons that very source of fruitfulness, and dries up the fe... ...wherever she has sought or obtained the pre- eminence. Let us, then, Brother Protestants, from this day, commence a new era in our religion. Instead o... ...onarch of the " Celestial Empire of the world," who had hitherto treated all monarchs as his vassals, and had listened with disdain, in his southern c...

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Burial sites of European monarchs and consorts

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...The lists starts with the dynasty of Folkung in 1376. For the last 500 years, almost all monarchs have been interred in Roskilde Cathedral. Many earli... ... For a long period, Westminster Abbey was the most important burial place of the English monarchs, whereas early kings were also interred in other par... ...rtugal Kingdom from 1139 until 1910. The list includes all Portuguese monarchs (House of Burgundy, House of Aviz, House of Habsburg... ...ederick I 1657–1713 Berlin Protestant Cathedral ... ...se-Kassel 1661–1683 Berlin Protestant Cathedral ... ...f Hanover 1668–1705 Berlin Protestant Cathedral ... ...f Hanover 1687–1757 Berlin Protestant Cathedral ... ...ck-Bevern 1715–1797 Berlin Protestant Cathedral ... ... The list starts with the unification of the kingdoms of Castile and Aragon under the monarchs Ferdinand and Isabella. After CharlesI (V), almost e...

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Records of the General Conference of the Protestant Missionaries of China Held at Shanghai, May 7-20, 1890

By: General Conference of the Protestant Missionaries of China, 2nd, Shanghai, 1890

...towards Ancestral Worship ... ... 631 Discussion 654, 690, 699 Statistics of Protestant Mission Work ... ... 660 TheMauchus 661 The Aboriginal Tribes ... ... A. M. E. M. American Methodist Episcopal Mission (2V). A. P. E. M. American Protestant Episcopal Mission. A. P. M. American Presbyterian Mission (N).... ... M. S. Foreign Christian Missionary Society. G. E. P. M. General Evangelical Protestant Mission. I. P. M. Irish Presbyterian Mission. L. M. S. London ... ...ON. SHANGHAI, WEDNESDAY, May 7th, 1890. The second General Conference of the Protestant Missionaries of China assembled at the Lyceum Theatre. Shangha... ...e VIII.) A committee was appointed to report on the question of the Union of Protestant Missions in this Country and the Formation of a Protestant Mis... ...at the foreign teachers make them. They are at once parents and teachers and monarchs in this little world. The ideal teacher must combine in herself ...

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Protestantism in the United Kingdom

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... Protestantism is the most popular religion practiced in the United Kingdom ... ...the shaping of political and religious life in these nations. Although the Protestant Reformation actually began in Germany with Martin Luther as the ... ...cially, developed the Reformation and also produced many of its reformers. Protestantism influenced many of England's monarchs in the 1500s and 1600s,... ...produced many of its reformers. Protestantism influenced many of England's monarchs in the 1500s and 1600s, such as Henry VIII, Edward VI, Elizabeth I... ...nry VIII, Edward VI, Elizabeth I, and James I, but some of them influenced Protestantism as well. Some of these monarchs practiced Protestantism while... ... James I, but some of them influenced Protestantism as well. Some of these monarchs practiced Protestantism while others persecuted those who did not ... ...he non-conformist movement survived. Now, in the modern nations of the UK, Protestantism is the most widely practiced religion, although members are b... ... in the United Kingdom. Within the 16th and 17th centuries, nearly all the monarchs of Scotland, Ireland, and especially England were defined by the r... ...produced many of its reformers. Protestantism influenced many of England's monarchs in the 1500s and 1600s, such as Henry VIII, Edward VI, Elizabeth I...

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The Spanish Protestants and Their Persecution

By: Castro, Adolfo De, 1823-1898; Parker, Thomas, of Spring Gardens

... GIFT OF JANE K.SATHER SPANISH PROTESTANTS/ AND THEIR PERSECUTION BY PHILIP II. ; A HISTORICAL WORK, SEN... ...epulveda mani- fests a desire that sovereigns would not promote wars against Protestants. CHAPTER I. Introduction Ruin ofthe sciences in Europe, and t... ...ion Ruin ofthe sciences in Europe, and their restoration. CHAPTER II. Luther Protestantism in Spain Opinions of Illescas and of Valera, 14 Juan de Val... ...sm in Spain Opinions of Illescas and of Valera, 14 Juan de Valdes, a Spanish Protestant, his life and writings, 17 Alfonso de Valdes, 25 Rodrigo de Va... ... of Spain under Philip, 81. CHAPTER VI. Juan Perez, 82 Charles V. orders the Protestants to be punished 84 Hatred against the Jesuits, 85 Description ... ... the crimes of some ancient generals ; when I hear ap- plauded, the deeds of monarchs who were neither great politicians nor lovers of the well-being ... ...e lance and the impulse of their arm, in defending the lands of their lords. Monarchs and plebeians laboured together to pro- tect each other against ... ...y wheel of fortune on the summit of prosperity. At last victory was with the monarchs and with common-people. The slavery imposed by the lords gradual... ... were chroniclers paid by the crown of Castile to applaud the actions of its monarchs ; so that really their testimony in the estimation of good criti...

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Riddarholm Church

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...lm Church (Swedish: Riddarholmskyrkan) is the burial church of the Swedish monarchs. It is located on the island of Riddarholmen, close to the Royal P... ...day the church is used only for burial and commemorative purposes. Swedish monarchs from Gustavus Adolphus (d. 1632 AD) to Gustaf V (d. 1950) are ento... ...who is buried within St. Peter's Basilica in Rome), as well as the earlier monarchs Magnus III (d. 1290) and Charles VIII (d. 1470). It has been disco... ... late 13th century, when it was built as a greyfriars monastery. After the Protestant Reformation, the monastery was closed and the building transform... ... Reformation, the monastery was closed and the building transformed into a Protestant church. A spire designed by Willem Boy was added during the reig...

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The Comedy of English Protestantism : In Three Acts ; Scene, Exeter Hall, London ; Time, The Summer of 1893

By: Marshall, Arthur Featherstone

... F. MARSHALL Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org PROTESTANTISM Title: THE COMEDY OF ENGLISH PROTESTANTISM Author: A. ... ...g the number of delegates to seven ; these seven to 4 The Comedy of English Protestantism. act as delegates for the entire kingdom their representati... ...divided aswe are in this country, by reason of the glorious free- dom of the Protestant faith through the very Scripturalness, I may say, of that libe... ...nterruptions. Legiti- mate comment is one thing, but mere frivolity English Protestantism. 7 is out of place on this grave occasion. ("Hear, hear," f... ...ll know that schism is wrong; we are all agreed that we ought to be English Protestantism. 9 united in one body; we are all aware that, even in the b... ...these two tyrants consent to do this? How came it to pass that two imperious monarchs, full of pride and purely worldly ambition, had to humble themse...

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Johann Albrecht Adelgrief

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...phet, born in the environs of Elbląg (Elbing), Poland. He was the son of a Protestant minister, and well skilled in the ancient languages.[1] ... ...given him the commission to banish evil from the world, and to scourge the monarchs with rods of iron. He was arrested at Königsberg, accused of witch...

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The American Protestant

By: American Protestant Society, American and Foreign Christian Union

...ction World Public Library.org MAGAZINE VOL. III Title: THE AMERICAN PROTESTANT MAGAZINE. VOL. III. Author: Author Language: English Subjec... ... 4, 4. VOL, III, NftD~YOrlt : PUlILISRED UNDER DIRECTION OF THE AJURlCAlC PROTESTANT SOCIETY. CONTENTS. .1 ...... 8 .. ..,. A Tba.k-Olllri.,. ... ..."'~.'. , I." .J' ,. "".':'. - . ..... Proleitant a.d Popiob Moll.. . 3Irf Protestant Convention, • •• 101 Pa.pDt Qoeotio •• for Bishop HllJheo. • ... .... .., .• ' m. Work.llIrtlle"'l r ...... tiIe No..... . ..:_ THE AMERICAN PROTESTANT. • VOL. II!.] JUNE,1847. [No.1 • FOURTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE A... ...ESTANT. • VOL. II!.] JUNE,1847. [No.1 • FOURTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE AMERICAN PROTESTANT SOCIETY. This Anniversary was held May 13th, in the Scotch P... ...f armed legions. This will never be attempted by the pope and cardinals and monarchs of Europe until other victories have been gained. These victori... ...has put forth her strength in the giddy height oC her power and glory. When monarchs and their legions moved at her nod, she came upon the Protestan...

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The First Blast of the Trumpet Against the Monstruous Regiment of Women

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...rk by the Scottish Reformer John Knox, published in 1558. It attacks female monarchs, arguing that rule by females is contrary to the Bible. Title... ...aughter Mary, Queen of Scots, and Queen Mary I of England . Knox, a staunch Protestant Reformer, opposed the Catholic queens on religious grounds... ...her half-sister Mary I as Queen of England ; Elizabeth was a supporter of the Protestant cause, but took offence at Knox's words about female soverei... ...ion to him personally became an obstacle to Knox's direct involvement with the Protestant cause in England after 1559.* Complementarianism Women in ...

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History of the French Protestant Refugees, From the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes to Our Own Days : Vol. 2

By: Weiss, Charles, 1812-1882, Herbert, Henry William, 1807-1858, Tr

...E LIBRARY OF PRINCETON THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY HISTORY OF THE FRENCH PROTESTANT REFUGEES. VOL. II. HISTORY /v'; { , MAR 24 193; OF THE N^ gGI... ...ES. VOL. II. HISTORY /v'; { , MAR 24 193; OF THE N^ gGICAL SE^'^ FRENCH PROTESTANT REFUGEES, THE REVOCATION OF THE EDICT OF NANTES TO OUR OWN DAYS.... ...The Duke de Eohan. Division of Switzerland into two camps—Eelations of the Protestant Cantons with England and Holland in the seventeenth century—Atte... ...in the seventeenth century—Attempts at intervention in favor of the French Protestants—Diet ofAran in 1684. 4 CONTENTS. The fugitives from Gex and Br... ...aken in their favor by the Senate of jjerne—Aid granted to the poor by the Protestant Cantons—Intervention ofHer- wart and Wallienaer. Polity ofLouisX... ...z. The county of Ulster is considerably broken by those lofty, magnificent monarchs of the Hudson, the Catskill Mountains. Still there are numerous li...

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Confessionalization

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Evangelical Biography : Or, An Historical Account of the Lives and Deaths of the Most Eminent and Evangelical Authors or Preachers, Both British and Foreign, In the Several Denominations of Protestants, From the Beginning of the Reformation to the Present Time : Vol. 1

By: Middleton, Erasmus, 1739-1805

...HORS OR PREACHERS^ BOTH BRITISH AND FOREIGN, IN THE SEVERAL DENOMINATIONS OF PROTESTANTS, FROM THE / BEGINNING OF THE REFORMATION TO THE PRESENT TIME.... ...other; it hath been thought ne- cessary, by many serious persons, of all the Protestant Denominations among us, to oppose a torrent of wickedness and ... ...ple^ a Review of the Lives and Principles of the most Eminent Persons in the Protestant Churches, from the beginning of the Reformation to the pfHent ... ...ast deter many from reviling and c>)ntemning those pecuhar principles of the Protestant Doctrine, which their Indolence or their Ignorance have not su... ... Melancton passed on WkkUffe was made great use of by the papists : And some protestant writers have charged him with maintaining several erro- neous ... ... The king ofEngland also desired to see Melancthon: But neither of these two monarchs ever sav/ him. However, Malancthon sent a small piece into Franc...

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Elizabeth of Denmark, Electress of Brandenburg

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...tin Luther with her brother and her sister-in-law and became a convinced Protestant . In 1527, she received the Protestant communion in public: this... ...of her uncle, John, Elector of Saxony, and a public debate broke out: the Protestant monarchs and her brother supported her, Luther supported her fre... ...e, John, Elector of Saxony, and a public debate broke out: the Protestant monarchs and her brother supported her, Luther supported her freedom to lea... ...inds when she made the demand that the parishes in her dowry lands be made Protestant. She finally returned in 1545 and stayed in Spandau . The mar...

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Latin America : The Pagans, The Papists, The Patriots, The Protestants, And the Present Problem : Students' Lectures on Missions, Princeton Theological Seminary, Mcmi

By: Brown, Hubert W. (Hubert William), 1858-1906; Princeton Theological Seminary

...OLOGICAL SEMINARY MCMI LATIN AMERICA THE PAGANS THE PAPISTS THE PATRIOTS THE PROTESTANTS AND THE PRESENT PROBLEM BY HUBERT W. BROWN, M. A. ILLUSTRATED... ...e Fight for Independence. The Struggle for Religious Liberty. LECTURE IV THE PROTESTANTS. 17S-231 Early Efforts and Exploration of the Field. The Bibl... ...OTESTANTS. 17S-231 Early Efforts and Exploration of the Field. The Bible and Protestant Literature. Education and Modern Evangelization. LECTURE V THE... ... and Modern Evangelization. LECTURE V THE PRESENT PROBLEM. 233-283 Papal and Protestant Conditions Contrasted. Threefold Influence of Protestantism. P... ...ntrasted. Threefold Influence of Protestantism. Prospect for Self-sustaining Protestant Work. BOOKS OF REFERENCE. 285 INDEX. agi 5 248394 List of Ill... ...ft of Alexander VI of the new world. On receiving the promise of the Spanish monarchs to use all diligence in the conversion and enlightenment of the ... ...he seven natives whom he took back to Spain were baptized with the Span- ish monarchs as sponsors. This was, in a sense, the first fruit of the extens... ... and more absolute under the republic than when Mexico was under the Spanish monarchs. The monarchs by concessions from the Pope, exercised the right ... ... missionary, 80. Marchena, R. C. mission- ary, 64. Margat on zeal oi Spanish monarchs for conversion of Indians, 71. Index 301 Marihuana, injurious d...

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House of Vasa

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...reigned 1632–1654) In 1654 Christina, the daughter of Gustavus Adolphus, the Protestant Champion of the Thirty Years' War, abdicated, converted to... ...s: the senior, Catholic branch ruling in Poland and Lithuania, and the cadet, Protestant branch ruling in Sweden. This arrangement led to numerous w... ... Family Tree * Vasa (disambiguation), listing many things named VasaSwedish monarchs family tree Warship Vasa Vaasa, Finland House of Vasaborg Va...

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Statements of the Persecution of the Protestants in the Soutn of France, Since the Reatoration of the Bourbon Family: Containing a Petition, Addressed to Louis the Eighteenth, By the Principal Protestants of Nismes Together with a Prefactory Address and Summary of the Persecutions

By: Cobin, Ingram, 1777-1851

...tements of the persecution of the STATEMENTS OF THE persecution of tiie Protestants IN THE SOUTH OF FRANCE, SINCE THE RESTORATION OF THE BOURBON ... ... CONTAINING A PETITION, Addi-essed to Lewis the Eighteenth, by the principal Protestants of Nismes ; % Jl^arratibe IN DEFENCE OF THE PROTESTANTS OF LO... ... and be productive 'bf any active measures for the future secu- rity of our Protestant brethren in France, who make but one ecclesiastical bodywith o... ...st I shall ever continue a decided enemy, whether I behold it in Catholic or Protestant. I wish to add, that the Pamphlet was put into my hands alread... ...hich influenced a Du Bosc, a Claude, and all the celebrated champions of the Protestant faith in France ? It cannot, however, be denied, that great co... ...ews gave noalarm to Europe, came to seal our reconciliation with the hostile Monarchs whom Buonaparte had drawn to the capital. His first cares were t... ..., al- ways displayed the most extraordinary attaciuneiit to their legitimate Monarchs. — Editor. " Peace will produce a second effect, of which our he... ...ferers ! We are also reminded of the virtues of ^' Louis XVI. the mildest of monarchs," though the writer had a passage from the Rev. John Tovvnsend's... ... not worship in safety under the eyes of the government of *' the mildest of monarchs /" But now let the reader observe the strange conclusion : " Aft...

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Rage of Party

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...al conflict during this period. The Whigs, who supported the Glorious Revolution and the Protestant succession, opposed the Tories, who, although supp... ...tion and the Protestant succession, opposed the Tories, who, although supporting the new monarchs in a de facto sense, were disturbed by the disruptio...

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History of the French Protestant Refugees, From the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes to Our Own Days. Translated from the French by Henry William Herbert. With an American Appendix : Vol. 2

By: Weiss, Charles, 1812-1864; Herbert, Henry William, 1807-1858

...ISTORY OF TDE FRENCH FfiOTESTANT BEFUGEES. VOL. II. HISTOET OF THE FRENCH PROTESTANT REFUGEES, FROM THE EEVOCATION OF THE EDICT OF NANTES TO OUR OW... ...The Duke de Rohan. Division of Switzerland into two camps — Relations of the Protestant Cantons with England and Holland in the seventeenth century — ... ... in the seventeenth century — Attempts at intervention in fevor ofthe French Protestants — Diet ofArau in 1684. 4 CONTENTS. The fugitives from Gex an... ... taken in their favor'hy the Senate of Berne—Aid granted to the poor b.v the Protestant Cantons — Intervention ofHer- n-art and Walkenacr. Polity of L... ... and religious influence of the Eefugee ministers — Their relations with the Protestants of the South. — Martyrdom of Brousson— Peyrol — Antoine Court... ...ltz. The county of Ulster is considerably broken by those lofty, magnificent monarchs of the Hudson, the Catskill Mountains. Still there are numerous ...

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Confessing Church

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... The Confessing Church (also translated Confessional Church) was a Protestant schismatic church in Nazi Germany that arose in oppositi... ...hat arose in opposition to government-sponsored efforts to nazify the German Protestant church . See drop-down essay on "Unification, World Wars, a... ...All figures are approximate and are drawn from Shirer at pp. 234–40. Number of Protestants in Germany: 45 millionNumber of free church Protestants: ... ...mber of free church Protestants: 150, 000The overwhelming majority of German Protestants were either Lutheran, Reformed or United and were members o... ...re members of one of the 28 regional or provincial churches. The "free church" Protestants were members of denominations such as Baptist or Methodist ... ...ing the parents to opt out for their children. The rights formerly held by the monarchs in the German Empire simply devolved to church councils instea...

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History of the Protestant Church in Hungary, From the Beginning of the Reformation to 1850

By: Craig, J., Translator; Merle D'Aubigné, Jean Henri, 1794-1872

... ^^^NR. OfPRI/V^ JUN 8 3^06101.ffM^ BR 817 .H8 B32 1854a History of the Protestant church in Hungary, from the HISTORY PROTESTANT CHURCH... ... facts which had been hitherto unknown, would at the same time evince to the Protestants of Hungary that the great principles of the Christian faith h... ...mand comes less from man than from God." Thongh I felt that there were other Protestant authors more capai)lo than myself of making this work known to... ...th interest, for it fills up a chasm that has long existed in the history of Protestant Chris- tianity ; it unfolds a page in the annals of martyr- do... ...tyr- dom that has been hitherto unread; it opens up to yj INTRODUCTION. the Protestant Christian the view of a suffering and oppressed Church; and it... ...their religious liberty. The angel of mercy turns away with a tear from such monarchs, who call themselves princes " by the grace ofGod," but who can ...

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Monarchy

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...ave governing authority. Currently, 44 sovereign nations in the world have monarchs acting as heads of state, 16 of which are Commonwealth realms that... ...maller states exercise greater political influence than in the larger. The monarchs of Cambodia, Japan, and Malaysia "reign, but do not rule" although... ...gree of authority they wield. Although they reign under constitutions, the monarchs of Brunei, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Swaziland appear to conti... ...3 Role of monarch 3.4 Titles of monarchs 3.5 Dependent monarchie... ...gs" in the Christian Middle Ages, while the Chinese, Japanese and Nepalese monarchs continued to be considered living Gods into the modern period. ... ...ith the Church, although all other former rules forbidding marriage to non-Protestants were abolished when equal primogeniture was adopted in 2013. ... ... powers or a largely ceremonial role. The Queen is head of the established Protestant Christian Church of England in the United Kingdom, while the oth... ...ished as the official church in each of these countries. This is a form of Protestantism in Norway, Sweden and Denmark, while Belgium, Luxembourg, and...

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Collections of the Protestant Episcopal Historical Society for the Year 1851

By: Protestant Episcopal Historical Society; Keith, George, 1639-1716

...PISCOPAL HISTORICAL SOCIETY FOR THE YEAR 1851 Title: COLLECTIONS OF THE PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL HISTORICAL SOCIETY FOR THE YEAR 1851 Author: Author ... ...... ... A. Shefpard, Scuppernong, N. C. The corresponding members are agents of the Protestant, Episcopal Historical Society in their several dioceses. Where... ...n to North Carolina (1703),.... 184 PREFAC E The Executive Committee of the Protestant Episcopal Historical Society have, at length, the pleasure of ... ...umber of such is not large, and, therefore, our support must be derived from Protestant Episcopalians, alive to the importance of preserving the docum... ...published in Parker's New York Gazette of April 4, 1768: " Those apostolical monarchs who are to chastise us with scorpions, right reverend and holy t...

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History of Ireland (1536–1691)

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... States Gaelic monarchs British monarchs ... ...the first full conquest of the island by England and its colonisation with Protestant settlers from Britain. This established two central themes in fu... ... to London based governments and sectarian animosity between Catholics and Protestants. This period also saw the transformation of Irish society from ... ... Irish Catholic Jacobites surrendered at Limerick, thus confirming British Protestant dominance in Ireland. This is sometimes called the early modern ... ...ne completely. While the English, the Welsh and, later, the Scots accepted Protestantism, the Irish remained Catholic. Queen Mary then reverted the st... ...e to be excluded from power in the new settlement unless they converted to Protestantism. Contents ... ...reland in the 15th century, had become very unreliable allies of the Tudor monarchs. Most seriously, they had invited Burgundian troops into Dublin to... ...their religion: a programme known as The Graces. On several occasions, the Monarchs appeared to have reached an agreement with them, granting their de...

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History of Methodist Reform, Synoptical of General Methodism, 1703-1898; With Special and Comprehensive Reference to Its Most Salient Exhibition in the History of the Methodist Protestant Church

By: Drinkhouse, Edward Jacob

...E REFERENCE TO ITS MOST SALIENT EXHIBITION IN THE HISTORY OF THE METHODIST PROTESTANT CHURCH BY EDWARD J. ^BINKHOUSE, M.D., D.D. (EIGHTEEN YEARS EDITO... ...EDWARD J. ^BINKHOUSE, M.D., D.D. (EIGHTEEN YEARS EDITOR OF " THE METHODIST PROTESTANT ") Ad astro, per aspera " Till it be proved that some special la... ...other side. THE AUTHOR. VOLUME I THE BOARD OF PUBLICATION OF THE METHODIST PROTESTANT CHURCH WM. J. C. DTTLANY, AGENT, BALTIMORE, MD. F. W. PIEBPONT, ... ...th Norwood Mass. U.S.A. PREFACE THE writing of a History of the Methodist Protestant Church, was first suggested to me by the Rev. W. G. Lipscomb in ... ... issued from the press. Written from the point of view of "The Methodist" (Protestant) Church of the 3STorth and West it was found quite unsatisfactor... ...lders of absolute power will be less ambi- tious than prodigal or covetous monarchs. The glory of super- intendents is proportionate to the amount of ...

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Frederick II of Denmark

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... a naval ruler. His foreign politics were marked by a moral support of the Protestant powers – in his time as a bachelor he wooed Queen Elizabeth... ... Monarchs of Denmark ... ... Early monarchs ... ... Italics indicates Danish monarchs who were also monarchs of Norway. ... ... Monarchs of Norway ... ... Early monarchs Foreign and non-royal ... ...se of Oldenburg Denmark–Norway Protestant monarchs 1534 births ...

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Monarchs and Men

By: Harden, Maximilian, 1861-1927

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: MONARCHS AND MEN Author: MAXIMILIAN HARDEN Language: English Subject: Fict... ...... ...elcome to the Berlin court, since he was a supporter of Metternich. 2 : L MONARCHS AND MEN This feeling of the Hohenzollerns promised to be of consid... ...rince Albert Edward. Metternich, it is true, warned him of the danger of a Protestant agitation, and the Tsar Nicholas was opposed to the journey, sin... ...ough he was at that time regarded as a usurper and stealer of the crown by monarchs who boasted their legiti- macy. No living mortal could resist his ... ...dinner speeches proclaimed the unshakeable friend- ship of the two leading Protestant Powers. At the opening of Parliament Frederick William, and he a... ...rmly convinced that the journey to England had been of material service to Protestantism and Germany. Not for a moment did he think of giving his peop... ...the centre was the head of Christ, under- neath it a representation of the Protestant sacra- ments, on the border the Christian King, in pilgrim's clo... ... political value ; what the Catholic wanted (the status quo ante 1870) the Protestant was not prepared to yield. Bismarck spoke of the possibility of ...

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Tsaritsa

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...sses"). Russia Since 1721, the official titles of the Russian male and female monarchs were Emperor (, imperator) and Empress (, imperatritsa), r... ...the most beautiful. This deprived Russia of dynastic connections with European monarchs, but protected from inbreeding and degeneration, and also of... ...ration, and also of the political influence of foreign princesses (Catholic or Protestant). The only foreign wife of Russian tsar (except Mnishek) is ...

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An Appeal from the Protestant Association to the People of Great Britain : Concerning the Probable Tendency of the Late Act of Parliament in Favour of the Papists

By: Protestant Association (London, England)

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org PROTESTANT ASSCIATION Title: AN APPEAL FROM THE PROTESTANT ASSCIATIO... ...... ...ouls as infinite in value and duration, as the proudeft prelates or highefl: monarchs upon earth ? To tolerate fuch opinions as thefe, is to infult th...

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Holy Alliance

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...Krüdener . About three months after the Final Act of the Vienna Congress, the monarchs of Orthodox (Russia), Catholic (Austria) and Protestant ... ...ienna Congress, the monarchs of Orthodox (Russia), Catholic (Austria) and Protestant (Prussia) confession promised to act on the basis of "justi... ...nich made it a bastion against democracy, revolution, and secularism . The monarchs of the three countries involved used this to band together in ...

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The History of the Variations of the Protestant Churches : Volume 1

By: Bossuet, Jacques Bénigne, 1627-1704; Bossuet, Jacques Bénigne, 1627-1704. The History of the Variations of the Protestant Churches

...tails/historyofvariati01boss BOSSUET'S HISTORY OF THE VARIATIONS OF THE PROTESTANT CHURCHES. THE HISTORY VARIATIONS PROTESTANT CHURCHES JACQUE... ...H. 1836. THE PREFACE. THE DESIGN OF THIS WORK. 1. — A general idea of the Protestant Religion, and the varia- tions of it. — The discovery of them ... ...of the human mind.—The Authors to whom reference is made in this History. If Protestants knew thoroughly how their religion was formed ; with how many... ...ns terminated. 8. — What those variations are, which we undertake to shew in Protestant Churches. These are the solid and steady principles by which I... ...are the solid and steady principles by which I under- take to demonstrate to Protestants the falsehood of their doc- trine, from their continual varia... ...ns, car- ried on by intrigue, by money, and by the authority of two so great monarchs. The rest of them, alleged by our author, were not transacted wi...

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William and Mary

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...h Bill of Rights and began a new co-operation between the Parliament and the monarchs, leading to a greater measure of personal liberty and democrac... ...idea that England would be restored to Roman Catholicism, King William being a Protestant leader. The English Bill of Rights also inspired the English...

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Records of the General Conference of the Protestant Missionaries of China, Held at Shanghai, May 7-20, 1890

By: General Conference of the Protestant Missionaries of China (1890; Shanghai, China)

...WIS Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF THE PROTESTANT MISSIONARIES OF CHINA Title: RECORDS OF THE GENERAL CONFERE... ...MISSIONARIES OF CHINA Title: RECORDS OF THE GENERAL CONFERENCE OF THE PROTESTANT MISSIONARIES OF CHINA Author: W. J. LEWIS Language: English Sub... ...anity towards Ancestral Worship 631 Discussion 654, 690, 699 Statistics of Protestant Mission Work 660 TheManchus 661 The Aboriginal Tribes of Formosa... .... M. E. M.—American Methodist Episcopal Mission (iV). At P. E. M.—American Protestant Episcopal Mission. A. P. M.—American Presbyterian Mission (2V), ... .... S.—Foreign Christian Missionary Society. G. E. P. M.—General Evangelical Protestant Mission , I. P. M.—Irish Presbyterian Mission. L. M. S.—London M... ... the foreign teachers make them. They are at once parents and teachers and monarchs in this little world. The ideal teacher must combine in herself a ...

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Ranavalona II

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...o retain his position. During her years at court, young Ramoma was tutored by Protestant missionaries who greatly influenced her religious and politi... ...Christianity . This conversion was effected to bring the increasingly powerful Protestant faction under the influence of the royal court. Declaring M... ...he French colonial authority disinterred her remains along with those of other monarchs buried in Ambohimanga and transferred them to the tombs on the...

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Urgent Appeals to the Unsaved, To Flee from the Wrath to Come and Lay Hold on Eternal Life

By: Sutherland, George, 1830-1893

...prevailed. j\Iany centuries later, one of the greatest of the Baby- lonian monarchs, while walking in and around and upon the splendid palace which he... ...ss and excluded him from the society of men. And with what feelings do the monarchs of earth review their grand armies clad in all the habiliments of ...

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