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Anglorum speculum, or the worthies of England, in church and state

Fuller, Thomas Prebendary of Salisbury.

Anglorum speculum, or the worthies of England, in church and state

Alphabetically digested into the several shires ... therein contained : wherein are illustrated the lives ... of the most eminent persons since the conquest ... : Also an account of the commodities and trade of each respective county ... : [Based on Fuller"s History of the worthies of England]

by Fuller, Thomas Prebendary of Salisbury.

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Published in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement[By G. S.].
ContributionsG. S.
The Physical Object
Paginationp.p. 974 : 8vo
Number of Pages974
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17361652M

Anglorum Speculum Or The Worthies of England, in Church and State. Alphabetically Digested Into Several Shires and Counties Therein Contained ; Wherein are Illustrated the Lives and Characters of the Most Eminent Persons Since the Conquest to this Present Age, Also an Account of the Commodities and Trade of Each Respective County, and the Most. Anglorum speculum, or, The worthies of England in church and state alphabetically digested into the several shires and counties therein contained: wherein are illustrated the lives and characters of the most eminent persons since the conquest to this present age: also an account of the commodities and trade of each respective county and the.

Alexander Nowell (c. – 13 February , aka Alexander Noel) was an Anglican priest and theologian. He served as Dean of St Paul's during much of Elizabeth I 's reign, and is now remembered for his catechisms. Another factor might have been Bede’s famous “Historia Ecclesiastica Gentis Anglorum”, which has enjoyed wide circulation in England and on the continent and was even translated into Old English, probably during the reign of Alfred the Great. 9 It is very likely that Æthelstan, a royal prince and later king, knew about one, if not the.

  Hindle, Steve The State and Social Change in Early Modern England, – p. Cited by:   9 The Historia's popularity is a vast subject and beyond the scope of this article. As Julia Crick has noted in a detailed study of the dissemination and reception of the Historia in the later middle ages, “Geoffrey's History touched on many themes and the appeal of his work doubtless has complex explanations. He provided the unique connected account of this Cited by:


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The Ecclesiastical History of the English People (Latin: Historia ecclesiastica gentis Anglorum), written by the Venerable Bede in about ADis a history of the Christian Churches in England, and of England generally; its main focus is on the conflict between the pre-Schism Roman Rite and Celtic Christianity.

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Britaines busse: or a computation as well of the charge of a busse or herring-fishing ship as also of the gaine and profit thereby (Arber, Eng. Garner III) S——, E—— See Smith, E. Anglorum Speculum, or the Worthies of England, in Church and State: Alphabetically Digested Into the Several Shires and Counties Therein Contained, Wherein Are Illustrated the Lives and Characters of the Most Eminent Persons Since the Conquest to This Pre by.

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XVII, The beginnings.ANGLORUM SPECULUM, OR THE WORTHIES OF ENGLAND, IN CHURCH AND STATE () ("To carry Coals to Newcastle. That is to busy one's self in a needless imployment."). 2. For instance, in the Presidential campaign, Senator John McCain used the term repeatedly as a criticism of then-Senator Barack by: 1.