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George Abbot, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1562-1633

Richard A Christophers

George Abbot, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1562-1633

a bibliography [by] Richard A. Christophers.

by Richard A Christophers

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Published by Published for the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia [by] University Press of Virginia in Charlottesville .
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    (–).Bishop of Lichfield (), London (), and archbishop of Canterbury (–33). We use cookies to enhance your experience on our website. By continuing to use our website, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. May 12,  · Robert Abbot (–) was an Anglican clergyman and academic, known as a polemical writer. He served as Master of Balliol College, Oxford, Regius Professor of Divinity, and Bishop of Salisbury from Among his four younger brothers, George became Archbishop of Canterbury[1] and Maurice became Lord Mayor of healthtechdays.comen: Unknown number of sons of Robert Abbot, Francis Cheynell, Martha Brent.

    - Anselm, A Norman Abbot, is made Archbishop of Canterbury, but was afterwards banisht the Kingdom, for maintaining the Pope's Authority against the King's Prerogative. About this time, Malcolm King of Scotland enters England, and is kill'd by King William. William Laud, Archbishop of Canterbury, – In there died the moderate George Abbot, and Charles I chose William Laud as his successor as Archbishop of Canterbury. Abbot had been in practical terms suspended from his functions in after he refused .

    George Abbot ( - ) was appointed Archbishop of Canterbury in , whilst Elizabeth Abbitt was recorded as 'living in Virginea, over the river' on February 16th , making her one of America's earliest colonists. The Coat of Arms most associated with the name has the blazon of a red field, a gold chevron between three golden pears. accessing the record of Europe's book heritage. Query: Search thesaurus/cnp Abbot, George. Further Biographical Data Activity Personen zu Kirchengeschichte, Abbot, George, Archbishop of Canterbury used in: British Library: English Short Title Catalogue - GK Heading, London (United Kingdom).


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Charlottesville Author: Richard A Christophers. Resources by George Abbot (74) Cheap-side crosse censured and condemned: by a letter sent from the vicechancellour and other learned men of the famous Universitie of Oxford, in answer to a question propounded by the citizens of London, concerning the said crosse, in the yeere George Abbot, Archbishop of Canterbury, a bibliography, Issue 1 Richard A.

Christophers, University of Virginia. Bibliographical Society Snippet view - Jan 29,  · Birth: 19 OctoberGuildford, Surrey, England Death: 5 August 5,Guildford, Surrey, England Father: Maurice Abbott Mother: Alice Marsh George Abbott was Archbishop of Canterbury from to He also served as the fourth Chancellor of Trinity College, Dublin, from to Archbisop Abbot was apparently celibate, per one of his biographers, and he also.

George Abbot may refer to. George Abbot (bishop) (–), English clergyman who became Archbishop of Canterbury George Abbot (author) (c. –), English writer and MP for Tamworth in the Short and Long parliaments George Abbot (died ), MP for Gilford Archbishop of Canterbury the Short and Long parliaments (nephew of the Archbishop George Abbot) See also.

George Abbitt (–), was a. Jun 03,  · 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. Archbishop George Abbot (–; Archbishop from ) bequeathed 25 of the books in his study to the Cathedral Library (Ramsay, ).

The Benefactors' Book records that he left the following eleven titles (36 volumes) to the Library in his will. Abbot, George, Autograph signature to a document: Whitehall, May Yale University, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library: referencedIn: Great Britain.

Privy Council. Document proclaiming succession of Charles I: Theobalds, Mar George Archbishop of Canterbury Abbot, Georgius. Abbott Archbishop. Aug 01,  · George Abbot () was the Archbishop of Canterbury from to He had previously been master of University College, Oxford, bishop of Lichfield and Coventry, and bishop of London.

He was furthermore part of the translation committee which translated the Gospels, Acts, and the Book of Revelation for the Authorized Version of the Bible (a.k.a. the King James Version). George Abbot, Archbishop of Canterbury and one of the translators of the King James Bible, was born on October 29,in 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 in This page was last edited on 31 Mayat Files are available under licenses specified on their description page. All structured data from the file and property namespaces is available under the Creative Commons CC0 License; all unstructured text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may healthtechdays.comy of citizenship: England.

Abbot, George, Archbishop of Canterbury ( ) George Abbot was the second son of Maurice Abbot, a clothworker of Guildford in Surrey, and Alice Marsh. He went from the Grammar School in Guildford to Balliol College Oxford, took his B.A. inand became a Fellow of his College in ;in he proceeded M.A.

and took holy orders, in. MLA Format. The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Print Collection, The New York Public Library. "George Abbot, Archbishop of Canterbury [a sheet with three portraits]" The New York Public Library Digital Collections - George Abbott, English cleric and Archbishop of Canterbury, 17th century.

Abbott, seen holding what appears to be a prayerbook, was a supporter of the Puritans. Get. The life of Dr. George Abbot, Lord Archbishop of Canterbury Item Preview remove-circle The original book is printed faintly. Addeddate Associated-names Abbot, George, ; Abbot, Maurice, Bishop of Salisbury, ; Abbot, Robert, Bookplateleaf Aug 07,  · ABBOT, GEORGE (–), religious writer, has been persistently mistaken for other George Abbots.

He is invariably described as a clergyman, which he never was, and as son of Sir Maurice (or Morris) Abbot, who had indeed a son George, but not this George. English Book Owners in the Seventeenth Century: A Work in Progress Listing by David Pearson - page 3 George Abbot Archbishop of Canterbury.

Bulk of library bequeathed to Lambeth Palace (> vols); also books associated with him elsewhere. Gave books, or money to buy books, to several other institutions.

George Abbot Archbishop of Canterbury From the book Crabbs Historical Dictionary published S Knights, my pic, Oct - In George Abbot founded the Hospital of the Holy Trinity, now commonly known as Abbot's Hospital, one of the finest sets of almshouses in the country. Show Summary Details Preview - ‘pens up the whole world of Christian History, now with a wider vision than ever’ - Robert Runcie, former Archbishop of Canterbury Based on the highly acclaimed Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church, this is an indispensable guide to every aspect of the Christian religion and life, including theology, patristic scholarship, churches and denominations, the.

Get this from a library! The life of Dr. George Abbot, Lord Archbishop of Canterbury: reprinted with some additions and corrections from the Biographia Britannica: .“Engraved by J. Parker. GEORGE ABBOT, ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY.

OB. FROM THE ORIGINAL, IN THE COLLECTION OF THE RIGHT HON[ORA]BLE THE EARL OF VERULAM. London, Published Dec[ember] 1, ; by Harding & Lepard, Pall Mall East.” Lightly toned, with minor staining in the margins and a few small tears at the edges.Alphabetical List of Private Book-Owners and Institutional Collections Abbot, George, Archbishop of Canterbury (; bequeathed the majority of his library to Lambeth Palace, more than volumes): see Jayne, (pp.); Pearson, ; Canterbury Cathedral Library: Provenance Names for Books Printed Before