Ecclesia restaurata. The history of the reformation of the Church of England. :
Containing the beginning, progress, and successes of it; the counsels by which it was conducted; the rules of piety and prudence upon which it was founded, the several steps by which it was promoted or retarded in the change of times; from the first preparations to it by King Henry the VIII. untill the legal settling and establishment of it under Queen Elizabeth, [with articles agreed upon by the Bishops and other learned men in the Convocation held at London, in ... 1552, etc.], together with the intermixture of such civil actions and affairs of state, as either were coincident with it, or related to it. By Peter Heylyn, D.D.
|Main Creator:||Heylyn, Peter, 1600-1662.|
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London : printed by R[obert]. B[attersby]. for H. Twyford, J. Place, and T. Basset; and are to be sold by Thomas Randes near Grays Inne Gate in Holborn, 1674.
|Edition:||The third edition, with the addition of a very useful table of all the principal matters contained in the whole book.|
Leaf T4 is blank.
"An appendix to the former book, touching the interposings made in behalf of the Lady Jane Gray," has separate dated title page, on leaf U1r.
"Affairs of church and state in England during the life and reign of Queen Mary." has separate dated title page, on leaf Z1r.
"Affairs of church and state in England during the life and first eight years of the reign of Queen Elizabeth·" has separate dated title page, on leaf 2K4r.
Divisional title page on leaf 2Y3r: An appendix to the former book, containing 1. The articles of religion agreed upon in the Covocation anno 1562. ... 2. Notes on the former Articles.
Physical description: , 368,  p. ; fol.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), H1703
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