Ecclesia restaurata: or, the History of the Reformation of the Church of England: containing the beginning, progress, and successes of it ; the counsels, by which it was conducted ; the rules of piety, and prudence, upon which it was founded ; the several steps, by which it was promoted, or retarded, in the change of times: from the first preparations to it by King Henry the Eight, untill the legal settling, and establishment of it under Queen Elizabeth: together with the intermixture of such civil actions, and affairs of state, as either were co-incident with it, or related to it

Author

Peter Heylyn

Title

Ecclesia restaurata: or, the History of the Reformation of the Church of England: containing the beginning, progress, and successes of it ; the counsels, by which it was conducted ; the rules of piety, and prudence, upon which it was founded ; the several steps, by which it was promoted, or retarded, in the change of times: from the first preparations to it by King Henry the Eight, untill the legal settling, and establishment of it under Queen Elizabeth: together with the intermixture of such civil actions, and affairs of state, as either were co-incident with it, or related to it

Date

1661

Place

London

Publisher

Printed for H. Twyford, T. Dring, J. Place, W. Palmer

Note

Title on spine : History of Reformation Each part has special t.p Errata sheet mounted on p. [16] (1st group)
The parentage, birth, and first fortunes of Prince Edward ... -- An appendix to the former book, touching the interposings made in behalf of the Lady Jane Gray... London, 1660. -- Affairs of church and state in England during the life and reign of Queen Mary. London, 1660. -- Affairs of church and state in England during the life, and first eight years of the reign of Queen Elizabeth. London, 1660

Library Catalog

https://crrs.ca/rare_books/crrs-rare-book-retrieval-requests/

Num Pages

16

Call Number

BR375 .H4 1661

Item Type

Book

Collection

Citation

Peter Heylyn, “Ecclesia restaurata: or, the History of the Reformation of the Church of England: containing the beginning, progress, and successes of it ; the counsels, by which it was conducted ; the rules of piety, and prudence, upon which it was founded ; the several steps, by which it was promoted, or retarded, in the change of times: from the first preparations to it by King Henry the Eight, untill the legal settling, and establishment of it under Queen Elizabeth: together with the intermixture of such civil actions, and affairs of state, as either were co-incident with it, or related to it,” Centre for Renaissance and Reformation Studies (CRRS) Rare Book Collection, accessed May 22, 2024, https://crrs.library.utoronto.ca/items/show/9577.