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An Apology for the Church of England By John Jewel
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This book is the standard work of Justification for the existence of the Church of England
The Church of England, The Church of Rome, and the Englishmen Caught in Between. By Andrew Suttle
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This work questions the ways in which Englishmen in the Elizabethan period dealt with the extreme religious strife which occurred in the nation. It focused on the different ways in which Catholics... More > dealt with an Anglican government, and how that government tried to at first wipe out, and later force conformity from the Catholic population.< Less
The Church of England, The Church of Rome, and the Englishmen Caught in Between. By Andrew Suttle
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This work questions the ways in which Englishmen in the Elizabethan period dealt with the extreme religious strife which occurred in the nation. It focused on the different ways in which Catholics... More > dealt with an Anglican government, and how that government tried to at first wipe out, and later force conformity from the Catholic population.< Less
Vanishing England By P.H. Ditchfield
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A look at Britain's historic architecture: churches, manors, castles, market crosses, almshouses, and much more. Beautifully illustrated with more than 130 drawings.
Vanishing England By P.H. Ditchfield
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A look at Britain's historic architecture: churches, manors, castles, market crosses, almshouses, and much more. Beautifully illustrated with more than 130 drawings.
Vanishing England By Peter Hempson Ditchfield
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This book is intended not to raise fears but to record facts. We wish to describe with pen and pencil those features of England which are gradually disappearing, and to preserve the memory of them.... More > It may be said that we have begun our quest too late; that so much has already vanished that it is hardly worth while to record what is left. Although much has gone, there is still, however, much remaining that is good, that reveals the artistic skill and taste of our forefathers, and recalls the wonders of old-time. It will be our endeavour to tell of the old country houses that Time has spared, the cottages that grace the village green, the stern grey walls that still guard some few of our towns, the old moot halls and public buildings. We shall see the old-time farmers and rustics gathering together at fair and market, their games and sports and merry-makings, and whatever relics of old English life have been left for an artist and scribe of the twentieth century to record.< Less
The Huguenots - Their settlements, churches, and industries, in England and Ireland By Samuel Smiles
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The most important emigrations of skilled foreigners from Europe to England, were occasioned by the religious persecutions which prevailed in Flanders and France for a considerable period after the... More > Reformation. There were two great waves of foreign population then flowed over from Europe into England, — probably the largest which have occurred since the date of the Saxon settlement. The first took place in the latter half of the sixteenth century, and consisted partly of French, but principally of Flemish Protestants; the second, towards the end of the seventeenth century, consisted almost entirely of French Huguenots. The loss which this occasioned to France was not far short of a million of persons, and these were her best and most industrious subjects. The circumstances connected with this remarkable exodus, exercised an important influence on the political, religious, and industrial history of Northern Europe.< Less
The Huguenots - Their settlements, churches, and industries, in England and Ireland By Samuel Smiles
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The most important emigrations of skilled foreigners from Europe to England, were occasioned by the religious persecutions which prevailed in Flanders and France for a considerable period after the... More > Reformation. There were two great waves of foreign population then flowed over from Europe into England, — probably the largest which have occurred since the date of the Saxon settlement. The first took place in the latter half of the sixteenth century, and consisted partly of French, but principally of Flemish Protestants; the second, towards the end of the seventeenth century, consisted almost entirely of French Huguenots. The loss which this occasioned to France was not far short of a million of persons, and these were her best and most industrious subjects. The circumstances connected with this remarkable exodus, exercised an important influence on the political, religious, and industrial history of Northern Europe.< Less
Pentecost for England By Alexander A. Boddy
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The pamphlet, “Pentecost for England,” by the Rev. Alexander A. Boddy in 1907 for distribution at the Keswick Convention of 1907. Writing only one year after the initial Pentecostal... More > outpourings of Los Angeles and elsewhere, Boddy says that already 20,000 people have received the gift of speaking in tongues worldwide although only six of those people were in Great Britain. Later in the same year, 1907, Boddy hosted a Pentecostal revival at his church in Sunderland, with guest speaker T.B. Barrett, at which there was an outpouring of Pentecostal gifts.< Less
A JOURNEY IN ENGLAND By Frank Binder
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Frank Binder’s book Journey in England was first published, to critical acclaim, in 1932. His writing was also lauded in Eric Partridge’s Usage and Abusage. The book describes in... More > gloriously extravagant style, a tour of parts of England by train and on foot, starting with his journey from Bonn across north Germany to Harwich. He went on by train to see the great churches and other historic buildings at Ely, Peterborough, Lincoln, Liverpool, Chester, Stratford-on-Avon, Leamington and Warwick, then on foot through Kenilworth, Oxford and Thames towns and villages such as Reading, Maidenhead, Bray, Stoke Poges, Windsor and Runnymede, before hitching a lift into London. But now, at last, the genius of this remarkable man is belatedly being acknowledged and his well deserved place in the Pantheon of the great prose writers of English literature will be assured.< Less