Lancelot Andrewes, 1555-1626

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Abbreviations
A. ANDREWES'S WORKS:
Minor Works Minor Works (containing A Pattern of
Catechistical Doctrine, Judgment of the Lam-
beth Articles
, etc.) in "The Library of
Anglo-Catholic Theology" (L.A.C.T.).
Miscellaneous Works Two Answers to Cardinal Perron and other
Miscellaneous Works
, in L.A.C.T.
Sermons Ninety-Six Sermons. 5 volumes, in L.A.C.T.
B. OTHER ABBREVIATIONS:
Buckeridge Buckeridge John, A Funeral Sermon,
preached at the Funeral of the . . . late Lord
Bishop of Winchester
, in Andrewes, Ninety-
Six Sermons
(L.A.C.T.), V, pp. 259 ff.
B.M. British Museum.
D.N.B. Dictionary of National Biography.
Hist. MSS. Comm. Reports of the Royal Commission on
Historical Manuscripts.
Isaacson Isaacson Henry, An Exact Narration of
the Life and Death of . . . Lancelot Andrewes
,
in Andrewes, Two Answers to Cardinal
Perron and other Miscellaneous Works

(L.A.C.T.), pp. iii ff.
McClure McClure J. E., Letters of John Chamberlain.
2 volumes.
P.R.O. Public Record Office.
S.P. State Papers.
S.P. Dom. State Papers Domestic.
Strype, Whitgift Strype J., Life and Acts of John Whitgift.
3 volumes.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • Preface xi
  • Abbreviations xiv
  • Part I 1
  • 1 - The Man in the Making 3
  • 2 - Widening Horizons 38
  • 3 - Dean of Westminster 73
  • Part II 91
  • 4 - A Bishop in the Church"" 93
  • 5 - The Roman Controvery 135
  • 6 - The Foreign Reformed Churches 160
  • 7 - Courtier and Preacher 188
  • 8 - Causes, as Well Ecclesiastical as Temporal"" 219
  • Part III 251
  • 9 - Last Days 253
  • 10 - What Manner of Man?"" 262
  • Bibliography 276
  • Index of Authors Cited 289
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