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George Abbot, Archbishop of Canterbury
by St Pauls Bibliographies
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||212|
Page [unnumbered] THE WILL OF GEORGE ABBOT, Late Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. IN the Name of Almighty God from whom a∣lone cometh my help, I George Abbot by the Providence of God Archbishop of Canterbury, considering with myself the certaintie of that decree that it is appointed for all men to die once, and weighing the uncertainty of that hour when my Lord and Great Master will. The life of Dr. George Abbot, Lord Archbishop of Canterbury By William Oldys The 18th century was a wealth of knowledge, exploration and rapidly growing technology and expanding record-keeping made possible by advances in the printing press. In its determination to preserve the.
A scarce biography of former Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr George Abbot. Reprinted from some additions and corrections from the Biographia Britannica; with his character by the Rt. Hon Arthur Onslow. With an engraved frontispiece and folding tinted plate. CONDITION. In a calf binding. Externally, rubbed, with some wear to the extremities. George Abbot, Archbishop of Canterbury, Charlottesville, Published for the Bibligraphical Society of the University of Virginia [by] University Press of Virginia  (OCoLC)
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George Abbot, Archbishop of Canterbury, A Bibliography, University of Virginia. Extract. Abbot, George (–), archbishop of Canterbury, was born on 29 October in the parish of St Nicholas, Guildford, Surrey, the fourth of six sons of Maurice Abbot (/20–), shearman (clothworker), and Alice, née Marsh or March (/6–).
His parents were committed protestants who, according to. The life of Dr. George Abbot, Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, reprinted with some additions and corrections from the Biographia Britannica; with his character, a description of the hospital, which he erected and endowed To which are added the lives of his two brothers, Dr.
Robert Abbot. The newest edition, edited by the current Master of the Abbot's Hospital, was published by Goldenford Publishers Ltd on 20 Juneto commemorate the th anniversary of his enthronement as Archbishop of Canterbury.
English divine, Archbishop of Canterbury, was born on 19 Octat Guildford in Surrey, where his father was a cloth-worker. He studied, and then taught, at Balliol College, Oxford, was chosen master of University College inand George Abbot dean of Winchester in George Abbot, Archbishop of Canterbury.
George Abbot, Archbishop of Canterbury, died on August 5, Abbot became Archbishop of Canterbury inafter Richard Bancroft died.
He was succeeded by William Laud during the reign of Charles I, after years of being away from Court. Abbot was born on Octo in Guildford, Surrey. Laud was almost 60 years old when he became archbishop and, having waited for a decade to replace George Abbot, was no longer prepared to compromise on any aspect of his policy.
Abbot's chaplains had licensed Histriomastix for publication in ; the book which attacked English theatre and Christmas celebrations, among others, had caused Church: Church of England.
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Addeddate Associated-names Abbot, George, ; Abbot, Maurice, Bishop of Salisbury, ; Abbot. ABBOT, GEORGE (–), archbishop of Canterbury, was born at Guildford on 29 Oct. His father, Maurice Abbot, was a clothworker of the town; his mother’s maiden name was Alice March or Marsh; their cottage, the birthplace of the archbishop, was ‘by the river’s side, near to the bridge on the north side in St.
Nicolas’ parish,’ and, after serving for some years in the. Abbot was present at the execution of George Sprot, an accessory to the Gowrie conspiracy, and published an account of it which pleased the King.
He was made Bishop of Litchfield and Coventry inwas translated to London inand became Archbishop of Canterbury in George Abbot, Archbishop of Canterbury and one of the translators of the King James Bible, was born on Octoin Guildford (of Surrey, England; burial place of Lewis Carroll).
He entered Baliol College, Oxford, inwas made Master of University College, and was made Dean of Winchester. Other articles where George Abbot is discussed: biblical literature: The Christian canon: In Archbishop George Abbot forbade the issuance of Bibles without the Apocrypha, but editions of the King James Version from on often omitted it from the bound copies.
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George Abbot, Lord Archbishop of Canterbury: Reprinted with Some Additions and Corrections from the Biographia Britannica: With His Character book Author: William Oldys, Arthur Onslow. Archbishop George Abbot (–; Archbishop from ) bequeathed 25 of the books in his study to the Cathedral Library (Ramsay, ).
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ABBOT, GEORGE (–), English divine, archbishop of Canterbury, was born on the 19th of Octoberat Guildford in Surrey, where his father was a cloth-worker. He studied, and then taught, at Balliol College, Oxford, was chosen master of University College inand appointed dean of Winchester in Attributed to John Frith, the evangelical reformer martyred for his faith inall three tracts were republished with a preface by Thomas Goad, chaplain to George Abbot, Archbishop of Canterbury.
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