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Of

THE HISTORY

OF

THE ENGLISH CHURCH,

AND of

THE SECTS
WHICH HAVE DEPARTED FROM ITS COMMUNION;

WITH

• ANSWERS TO EACH DISSENTING BODY
ON ITS PRETENDED GROUNDS OF SEPARATION.

BY JOHNSON GRANT, M. A.

of st. John's College, OXFORD.

IN TWO VOLUMES.

VOL. I.
CARRYING DOWN THE NARRATIVE FROM THE EARLIEST

PERIODS TO THE REIGN OF JAMES I.

AND INCLUDING

A STATEMENT OF THE GROUNDS ON WHICH THE

Church of England
SEPARATED FROM THAT OF ROME.

66 It is not St. Augustine's, or St. Ambrose's works, that will make so wise
a divine, as ecclesiastical history, thoroughly read and observed.”

Lord Bacon.

2.

LONDON:
PRINTED FOR J. HATCHARD,
BOOKSELLER TO HER MAJESTY, NO, 190, PICCADILLY,

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RIGHT REVEREND THE LORD BISHOP OF ST. DAVID'S,

PRESIDENT OF THE SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING CHRISTIAN

KNOWLEDGE AND CHURCH UNION,

THIS HISTORY:

of

That Church,
OF WHICH HIS LORDSHIP IS SO DISTINGUISHED AN

ORNAMENT AND SUPPORT,

AND Or

Those Sects

WHICH THE MEASURES ADOPTED UNDER HIS DIRECTION AND PATRONAGE, ARE THE MOST EFFECTUAL MEANS

OF SUPPRESSING OR COMBATING,

IS HUMBLY INSCRIBED,

IN TESTIMONY OF PROFOUND RESPECT,

BY

HIS LORDSHIP'S

OBLIGED AND FAITHFUL SERVANT,

THE AUTHOR.

42, Edgware Road,

March 11, 1811.

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