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Ecclesia Restaurata; or, 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 Eight, until Legal Settling, and Establishment of it under Queen Elizabeth: Together with the Intermixture of such Civil Actions, and affairs of State, as either were Co-incident with it, or related to it

Ecclesia Restaurata; or, 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 Eight, until Legal Settling, and Establishment of it under Queen Elizabeth: Together with the Intermixture of such Civil Actions, and affairs of State, as either were Co-incident with it, or related to it

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Ecclesia Restaurata; or, 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 Eight, until Legal Settling, and Establishment of it under Queen Elizabeth: Together with the Intermixture of such Civil Actions, and affairs of State, as either were Co-incident with it, or related to it

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London: Printed for H. Twyford, T. During, J. Place, W. Palmer, 1661. First edition. Cloth. Very Good. 7 1/2 x 11 inches. Folio. [16] + 168 + [2] + 84 + [2] + 85 -194 [of 196] pages. Collates as 1 ffep + A (2 leaf quire) + a - c (2 leaf quires) + B - T (4 leaf quires) in the History. Appendix to the Former Book, Touching the Interposing made in Behalf of the Lady Jane Gray, Publickly Proclaimed Queen of England with separate title page (dated 1660) collates as U - Y (4 leaf quires). Affairs of Church and State in England during the Life and Reign of Queen Mary with separate title page (dated 1660) collates as Aaa - Kkk (4 leaf quires) + Lll (3 leaf quire). Affairs of Church and State in England During the Life and first eight years of the Reign of Queen Elizabeth with separate title page (1660) collates as Lll4 + Mmm - Aaaa (4 leaf quires) + Bbb[b] (3 leaves, last leaf lacking) + 1 rfep. With library stamp of Bibliotheca Puseiana Oxon. to title and front pastedown and check out slip to ffep. A few pages with old marking to margins, otherwise generally bright and clean with a few dampstained or foxed. Bound in modern light brown cloth slightly sunbleached. Edges speckled with rouge. ESTCR6263. Pusey House is a center of Anglo-Catholic worship and Study at the University of Oxford, named after the prominent Tractarian Edward Bouverie Pusey. The Oxford (or Tractarian) Movement was a movement of High Church Anglicans, eventually developing into Anglo-Catholicism. The movement, the members of which were often associated with the University of Oxford, argued for the recovery of traditional aspects of the Christian faith, subsequently lost, and their inclusion into Anglican liturgy and theology and conceived of the Anglican Church as one of three branches of the Catholic Church. A nice copy of this scarce history of the English Reformation by a "Laudian" and controversialist against the Puritans with a notable provenance.

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