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James enforced the anti-Papal statutes

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3 Jac. I., c. 4

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The Canons of 1604 .

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Archbishop Usher's Protest

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The present obligations of the Clergy
THE ANTI-PAPAL POLICY OF HENRY VIII., EDWARD VI.,

ELIZABETH, AND JAMES I. PERPETUATED BY WILLIAM
AND MARY

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Brief notices of the reigns of Charles I. & II.

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Causes of the Revolution of 1688

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The accession of William and Mary

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1 W. & M., 1
Declaration of 30 Car. II., 1.

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1 W. & M., c. 8

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1 W. & M., c. 8, never appealed to

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It imposed our Oath of Non-supremacy in the sense of

5 Eliz., c. 1, Sec. XIV.
Popish Recusants exempted from toleration

134
Wiseman's craft
11 and 12 Will. III., c. 4.

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THIS SENSE MOST ABSOLUTELY FALSIFIED BY THE ACT

10 GEO. IV., CAP. 7.

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THE UNCONDITIONAL SURRENDER OF 1829

The object of the Act of '29 concealed
Protestants supposed it to concede civil rights
How Papists viewed the concession
Abjuration of the Pope abandoned
The mental struggles of Geo. IV.
The surrender complete

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THE SURRENDER OF 1829 RATIFIED IN 1846 BY 9TH & 10TH
VICT., C. 59

160-172
The provisions of the Act 9 and 10 Vict., c. 59. 161
Debates on 9 and 10 Vict., c. 59

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Opinions on the sense of our Oath

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The Act of 1829 ratified and confirmed
The Common-law impotent against Papists

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TENTATIVE PRECEDENTS

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Popish Bishops introduced into our Colonies

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The State recognises their titles

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Successive Governments pay them

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The Bull for 1850 known to Government in 1847

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THE CONSUMMATION

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The Bull of 1850
The Certificate of its execution.

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THE DETAILS OF THE DEVELOPMENT

Enthronization of Cardinal Wiseman
The nomination of Dr. Amherst
The present Oath of the Romish Bishops .
Priests sworn to the Pope
The Pope's Canon Law in operation
“The Dioceses, Clergy", &c.
The Consecration of Mass-houses
Cemeteries
Parishes
Confirmations
Idols
Plenary Indulgences
Their Worship of their Queen of Heaven
The public Procession of the Host
Their Guilds
Convents.
Their Reformatories
The Solemn Dirge
Excommunication
Extinction of all Heresies .
Their Homage to Antichrist

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THE POPE EXERCISES HIS ECCLESIASTICAL AND SPIRITUAL

JURISDICTION WITHIN THE REALM OF ENGLAND DE JURE

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PART III.

COMMON-LAW AND PARLIAMENTARY ECCLESIASTICAL AND

SPIRITUAL JURISDICTION.

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An impartial verdict

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Has the true sense of the Oath been wholly lost ? 252
The evils of trifling with the terms of the Oath
The action of our Common-Law Courts in spiritual

253
Rev. Mr. Potter's doctrine

256
No jurisdiction could proceed except from the Crown. 258
Sir R. Bethell's combination

259
The Royal Supremacy in Spirituals independent of the
Parliament

260
This supremacy not superior to the Gospel

261
The definition of ecclesiastical laws vested in the Clergy 262
The Parliament has power of assent
We may reject usurped power
The Divorce Act embodies Sir R. Bethell's doctrines . 263
The prior and higher obligations of the clergy 266
Our Church trampled on by the Divorce Act

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The ascendancy of lay spiritual democracy
Are we to assent to this, and by oath ?

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PART IV.

THE POSITION OF OUR CHURCH.

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The re-imposition of the Oath perjurious

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All compromising expedients illegal

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The Clergy are bound by the Articles
Also by subscription to the XXXVIth Canon
He who accepts the Oath partakes of the guilt of the
polity which it upholds.

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England is defiled by the iniquity of Babylon . 273
By the guilt of promoting apostasy
And by the guilt of co-operation with Papists 275
Also by that of despising anti-Papal mercies . 277
This guilt is presumptuous
England's “last state worse than her first”
Reply to pleas for swearing the Oath

279
The peril of our Communion

281
The Church should resist the usurpations on her
spiritual jurisdiction

284
The elements of the position of our Church

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APPENDIX

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* The alterations in this edition do not extend beyond improvements of expression
and arrangement.

TYLER, PRINTER, CRANE-COURT, FLEET-STREET,

LONDON.

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