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Author: Proctor, Thomas, fl. 1621.
Title: Englands pvrginge fire: Conteyninge two petitions, the one to the Kinges most excellent Majesty, the other to the High Courte of Parliament held at this tyme in England. Shewinge in diverse perticulers, how the Church in England might be ordered, yet more conformably to the Will of God reveiled in his worde then at this day it is. Herewithall is declared, the evell and lamentable effects of our vnable and negligent ministers: and the happy fruict of our learned and painefull pastors. A worke most needefull for theise tymes, as servinge to turne away the wrath and iudgements of God from this lande, through the removinge, (accordinge to the advertisements herein given) such disorders and evells, as for which the wrath of God may be, and is, kindled against this Land, and the church therein.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Englands pvrginge fire: Conteyninge two petitions, the one to the Kinges most excellent Majesty, the other to the High Courte of Parliament held at this tyme in England. Shewinge in diverse perticulers, how the Church in England might be ordered, yet more conformably to the Will of God reveiled in his worde then at this day it is. Herewithall is declared, the evell and lamentable effects of our vnable and negligent ministers: and the happy fruict of our learned and painefull pastors. A worke most needefull for theise tymes, as servinge to turne away the wrath and iudgements of God from this lande, through the removinge, (accordinge to the advertisements herein given) such disorders and evells, as for which the wrath of God may be, and is, kindled against this Land, and the church therein.
Proctor, Thomas, fl. 1621.

[Amsterdam: G. Veseler], 1621.
Subject terms:
Church of England -- Clergy -- Early works to 1800.
Church of England -- Government -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A73049.0001.001

Contents
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ENGLANDS PVRGINGE FIRE.
To the Right Honorable, the Lords Spiri∣tuall and Temporall of the upper Hovvse, vvith the Knights and Burgesses of the lovver hovvse, assembled in the high Courte of Parliament.
TO THE KINGES MOST EXCELLENT MAIESTY.
I. CHAP.
2. PETITION: That Parishes, Bishopdomes, and Arch-Bishopdomes, may be conveniently bounded.
3. PETITION: That your Majestie continue to free this Church, from all forreine and unlawfull Ecclesiasticall usurpations and Powers.
II. CHAP.
III. CHAP. OF Kinge leheshaphat we reade a, Chron, 17, 7: That he sent his Princes, and with them Levits and Preists, who taught in the Cityes of Iudah, and had the booke of the Lawe of the Lord with them, and went about throughout all the Cityes of Iudnb, and taught the People.
IV. CHAP. OF King Hezekiah we reade, 2, Chron, 29, 27: That he comman∣ded to offer the burnt Offerings upon the Altar: And when the Offerings begann, the songe of the Lord begann with the Trum∣pets, & the Instruments of David Kinge of Israell. And all the Con∣gregation worshipped, singinge a songe, and they blew the Trum∣pcts: All this continued untill the burnte offeringe was finished. And when they had made an end of Offeringe, the Kinge, and all that were present with him, bowed themselvs, & worshipped. Then Hezekiah the Kinge, and the Princes, commanded the Levits to praise the Lord with the wordes of David, and of Asaph the Seer. And Hezekiah spake, and said, Now ye have consecrate your selvs, come neere, and bringe the sacrifices, and offering of praise, into the house of the Lord. Also, Hezektah sent to all Israell and Indah, and also wrote letters to Ephraim, and Manasseh, that they should come to the house of the Lord in Hierusalem, to keepe the Passeover unto the Lord God of Israell. And Hezekiah spake comfortably unto all the Levits, that had knowledge to singe unto the Lord.
V. CHAP.
Faults escaped in the Printinge.