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He was appointed Censor of Books by the Pope and the King , so that it is
evident his abilities and exertions were in repute : but some of his pieces ,
especially his work De Imaginibus , prove him to have been , like many of the
French writers ...
... proceeded to Trinity College , Cambridge , of which he became a Fellow . He
was afterwards made Professor of Divinity at Cambridge , and Chancellor of St .
Paul ' s Cathedral in 1579 ; but resigned this latler preferment on being appointed
If it be considered on the part of the creature subjected , then the virtue of
subjection is its ready inclination to obey this ordinance constituted by God
himself , We see without this appointed subjection neither natural affairs , nor
That the faithful and godly should so carry themselves towards their inferiors , as
always to remember that they have a higher Master . 2 . That it is too much the
custom among men of power and appointed to high station , to forget this
2 . in Julian : and Bernard , on the vigil of St . Andrew , says , He is an unworthy
man who does not observe the appointed abstinence of the vigil with solemn joy .
Now , besides these public vigils assigned to the public assemblies of Christians
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