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A56725 The life of John Whitgift, Archbishop of Canterbury, in the times of Q. Elizabeth and K. James I written by Sir George Paule ; to which is added a treatise intituled, Conspiracy for pretended reformation, written in the year 1591, by Richard Cosin ...; Life of Archbishop Whitgift Paule, George, Sir, 1563?-1637.; Cosin, Richard, 1549?-1597. Conspiracy for pretended reformation. 1699 (1699) Wing P878_ENTIRE; ESTC R1659 167,057 342

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many_o friend_n 78_o the_o queen_n throw_v the_o whole_a care_n of_o the_o church_n upon_o he_o ib._n he_o dispose_v of_o bishopric_n and_o all_o other_o ecclesiastical_a promotion_n ib._n his_o great_a humility_n and_o lenity_n ib._n the_o earl_n of_o salisbury_n observation_n on_o he_o 80_o many_o favour_v and_o ease_v by_o the_o archbishops_n intercession_n ib._n the_o wisdom_n of_o the_o queen_n in_o her_o moderate_a government_n 81_o the_o archbishop_n follow_v her_o example_n ib._n the_o arcbishop_n a_o great_a lover_n and_o encourager_n of_o learned_a and_o virtuous_a clergy_n 83_o be_v bountiful_a to_o foreigner_n of_o learning_n and_o quality_n ib._n theod._n beza_n his_o letter_n to_o the_o archbishop_n march_z 8._o 1591._o ib._n approve_v the_o policy_n of_o the_o english_a church_n ib._n beza_n his_o high_a commendation_n of_o the_o church_n of_o england_n 84_o his_o great_a respect_n to_o the_o archbishop_n ib._n the_o archbishops_n kindness_n and_o charity_n to_o 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censure_v for_o his_o affection_n to_o the_o earl_n of_o essex_n 92_o the_o queen_n displease_v at_o his_o intercession_n for_o the_o earl_n which_o much_o grieve_v he_o ib._n earl_n of_o essex_n apprehend_v feb._n 8._o 1600._o ib._n the_o archbishop_n arm_n his_o servant_n for_o the_o queen_n defence_n 93_o well_o take_v at_o court_n ib._n earl_n of_o essex_n bring_v to_o lambeth-house_n then_o send_v to_o the_o tower_n ib._n the_o archbishop_n in_o the_o qucen_n good_a opinion_n and_o favour_n to_o her_o dying-day_n 94_o queen_n elizabeth_n die_v march_v 24._o 1602._o ib._n the_o archbishop_n dr._n bancroft_n dr._n watson_n dr._n parry_n attend_v the_o queen_n in_o her_o sickness_n ib._n the_o faction_n take_v heart_n on_o the_o queen_n death_n 95_o king_n james_n proclaim_v king_n of_o england_n march_z 24._o 1602._o 96_o the_o people_n be_v please_v at_o the_o archbishops_n presence_n in_o proclaim_v the_o king_n ib._n archbishop_z a_o lover_n and_o incourager_n of_o liberal_a 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