The Resource Antiquity of the Church of England : the apostolical foundation and settlement of the Catholic Church of Christ in Britain ; the flourishing state of the early British church, and her independence of foreign control, during the first six centuries of the Christian era ; her strong protest against the faith and religion introduced into England by the monk Augustine and his followers ; and, her long resistance to the encroachments of the bishop of Rome on the territory and jurisdiction of the bishops of England ; shewn in a lecture delivered at the National School-Room, Birmingham, on the 5th of August, 1836, by M.W. Foye

Antiquity of the Church of England : the apostolical foundation and settlement of the Catholic Church of Christ in Britain ; the flourishing state of the early British church, and her independence of foreign control, during the first six centuries of the Christian era ; her strong protest against the faith and religion introduced into England by the monk Augustine and his followers ; and, her long resistance to the encroachments of the bishop of Rome on the territory and jurisdiction of the bishops of England ; shewn in a lecture delivered at the National School-Room, Birmingham, on the 5th of August, 1836, by M.W. Foye

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Antiquity of the Church of England : the apostolical foundation and settlement of the Catholic Church of Christ in Britain ; the flourishing state of the early British church, and her independence of foreign control, during the first six centuries of the Christian era ; her strong protest against the faith and religion introduced into England by the monk Augustine and his followers ; and, her long resistance to the encroachments of the bishop of Rome on the territory and jurisdiction of the bishops of England ; shewn in a lecture delivered at the National School-Room, Birmingham, on the 5th of August, 1836
Title
Antiquity of the Church of England
Title remainder
the apostolical foundation and settlement of the Catholic Church of Christ in Britain ; the flourishing state of the early British church, and her independence of foreign control, during the first six centuries of the Christian era ; her strong protest against the faith and religion introduced into England by the monk Augustine and his followers ; and, her long resistance to the encroachments of the bishop of Rome on the territory and jurisdiction of the bishops of England ; shewn in a lecture delivered at the National School-Room, Birmingham, on the 5th of August, 1836
Statement of responsibility
by M.W. Foye
Title variation
No-popery tracts, 1831-1853
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
CSmyS
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b. 1803
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Foye, M. W.
Index
no index present
LC call number
BX5056
LC item number
.F6 1836
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Church of England
  • Continuity of the church
  • Great Britain
Target audience
general
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Antiquity of the Church of England : the apostolical foundation and settlement of the Catholic Church of Christ in Britain ; the flourishing state of the early British church, and her independence of foreign control, during the first six centuries of the Christian era ; her strong protest against the faith and religion introduced into England by the monk Augustine and his followers ; and, her long resistance to the encroachments of the bishop of Rome on the territory and jurisdiction of the bishops of England ; shewn in a lecture delivered at the National School-Room, Birmingham, on the 5th of August, 1836, by M.W. Foye
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Publication
Note
  • smcnc2774c
  • With: A letter addressed to William Chapman, Esq.
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Extent
1 online resource (24 pages)
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)676741393
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Antiquity of the Church of England : the apostolical foundation and settlement of the Catholic Church of Christ in Britain ; the flourishing state of the early British church, and her independence of foreign control, during the first six centuries of the Christian era ; her strong protest against the faith and religion introduced into England by the monk Augustine and his followers ; and, her long resistance to the encroachments of the bishop of Rome on the territory and jurisdiction of the bishops of England ; shewn in a lecture delivered at the National School-Room, Birmingham, on the 5th of August, 1836, by M.W. Foye
Link
Publication
Note
  • smcnc2774c
  • With: A letter addressed to William Chapman, Esq.
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Extent
1 online resource (24 pages)
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)676741393

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