The Ritual Law of the Church, With Its Application to the Communion and Baptismal Offices: To Which Is Added Notes Upon Orders, the Articles, and Cano
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|Excerpt from The Ritual Law of the Church, With Its Application to the Communion and Baptismal Offices: To Which Is Added Notes Upon Orders, the Articles, and Canons of 1603
1. Prefatory Remarks.
2. Meaning of Terms.
3. Rites, Ceremonies, and Ornaments.
4. Ecclesiastical and Canon Law distinguished.
5. General Propositions.
6. Progress of Revision before 1547.
7. Uses: Use of Sarum.
8. License to Cranmer, 1547.
9. Injunctions of 1547.
10.Book of Homilies.
11. The Litany.
12. Resolutions as to Holy Communion, 1547.
13. Act for Reception in Both Kinds.
14. General Repealing Act, Edward VI.
15. Order of Communion of 1548.
16. Preparation of the First Book.
17. Ratification of Convocation.
18. Acts 2 and 3, Edward VI., 1549. The Book of Common Prayer.
19. Act Abolishing Romish Books.
20. Ordinal of 1550.
21.Statute of 1552 as to Second Book.
22. Statute as to Holy Days.
23. Remarks on the Reforms of Edward VI.
24. Act of 1 Mary, 1553.
25. Act of 1 Elizabeth restoring Jurisdiction.
26. Act of 1 Elizabeth as to Book of Common Prayer.
27. Act of 13 Elizabeth, 1571, as to Sound Religion.
28. The Thirty-nine Articles.
29. Changes in the Reign of James I.
30. Repealing Act of James I.
31. Canons of 1603.
32. Book of Charles II., 1662.
33. Act of Queen Anne, 1706.
35. The Colonial Church.
36. Position between 1776 and 1789.
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