The Resource Clement, the blessed Paul's fellow-labourer in the Gospel, his first epistle to the Corinthians : being an effectuall suasory to peace, and brotherly condescension, after an unhappy schism and separation in that Church. From whence the understanding reader may receive satisfaction concerning the businesse of episcopacy, or presbytery, as it stood in the age of the Apostles, and some time after. The ancient'st writing the Church hath, and the onely extant to that purpose, next to the divinely-inspired Scriptures. And being made good use of, may prove a remedy against the breaches and sad divisions of these distracted churches and times

Clement, the blessed Paul's fellow-labourer in the Gospel, his first epistle to the Corinthians : being an effectuall suasory to peace, and brotherly condescension, after an unhappy schism and separation in that Church. From whence the understanding reader may receive satisfaction concerning the businesse of episcopacy, or presbytery, as it stood in the age of the Apostles, and some time after. The ancient'st writing the Church hath, and the onely extant to that purpose, next to the divinely-inspired Scriptures. And being made good use of, may prove a remedy against the breaches and sad divisions of these distracted churches and times

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Clement, the blessed Paul's fellow-labourer in the Gospel, his first epistle to the Corinthians : being an effectuall suasory to peace, and brotherly condescension, after an unhappy schism and separation in that Church. From whence the understanding reader may receive satisfaction concerning the businesse of episcopacy, or presbytery, as it stood in the age of the Apostles, and some time after. The ancient'st writing the Church hath, and the onely extant to that purpose, next to the divinely-inspired Scriptures. And being made good use of, may prove a remedy against the breaches and sad divisions of these distracted churches and times
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Clement, the blessed Paul's fellow-labourer in the Gospel, his first epistle to the Corinthians
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being an effectuall suasory to peace, and brotherly condescension, after an unhappy schism and separation in that Church. From whence the understanding reader may receive satisfaction concerning the businesse of episcopacy, or presbytery, as it stood in the age of the Apostles, and some time after. The ancient'st writing the Church hath, and the onely extant to that purpose, next to the divinely-inspired Scriptures. And being made good use of, may prove a remedy against the breaches and sad divisions of these distracted churches and times
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eng
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Cu-RivES
Citation location within source
  • C4629
  • E.396[24]
  • E.396[25]
Citation source
  • Wing (2nd ed., 1994)
  • Thomason
  • Thomason
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CLEMENT I
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no index present
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non fiction
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  • 1609-1657
  • 1607-1651
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  • Burton, William
  • Young, James.
  • Pulleyn, Octavian.
  • Parker, John.
  • Derby, James Stanley
  • KNOWSLEY HALL
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  • Church history
  • Church polity
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Clement, the blessed Paul's fellow-labourer in the Gospel, his first epistle to the Corinthians : being an effectuall suasory to peace, and brotherly condescension, after an unhappy schism and separation in that Church. From whence the understanding reader may receive satisfaction concerning the businesse of episcopacy, or presbytery, as it stood in the age of the Apostles, and some time after. The ancient'st writing the Church hath, and the onely extant to that purpose, next to the divinely-inspired Scriptures. And being made good use of, may prove a remedy against the breaches and sad divisions of these distracted churches and times
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  • Translated and annotated by William Burton, who has signed the dedication
  • In two parts. Part 2 has a separate dated t.p.: Certaine annotations upon Clement; pagination and register are continuous
  • Second epistle of Clement to the Corinthians is not by Clement, but by an anonymous author
  • Annotation on Thomason copy: "July 5th"
  • Part 2 = Thomason E.396[25]
  • Signatures: A-O4
  • Includes head-piece and initial
  • "J.Y." is James Young, printer ; "O.P." is Octavian Pulleyn, bookseller ; "J.P." is John Parker, Bookseller
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4°.
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[16], 95, [1] p.
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  • Provenance: Inscription on front paste-down endpaper "Knowsley, Front Library, Cupboard 5, Shelf 1, No.11."
  • Provenance: Inscriptions in ink on title page -- "no. 8.4" and "G52" crossed out. Possibly the former classmarks used in the Library at Knowsley Hall.
  • List of tracts in ink by former owner [James Stanley, 7th Earl of Derby] on front free endpaper and verso.
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Clement, the blessed Paul's fellow-labourer in the Gospel, his first epistle to the Corinthians : being an effectuall suasory to peace, and brotherly condescension, after an unhappy schism and separation in that Church. From whence the understanding reader may receive satisfaction concerning the businesse of episcopacy, or presbytery, as it stood in the age of the Apostles, and some time after. The ancient'st writing the Church hath, and the onely extant to that purpose, next to the divinely-inspired Scriptures. And being made good use of, may prove a remedy against the breaches and sad divisions of these distracted churches and times
Publication
Note
  • Translated and annotated by William Burton, who has signed the dedication
  • In two parts. Part 2 has a separate dated t.p.: Certaine annotations upon Clement; pagination and register are continuous
  • Second epistle of Clement to the Corinthians is not by Clement, but by an anonymous author
  • Annotation on Thomason copy: "July 5th"
  • Part 2 = Thomason E.396[25]
  • Signatures: A-O4
  • Includes head-piece and initial
  • "J.Y." is James Young, printer ; "O.P." is Octavian Pulleyn, bookseller ; "J.P." is John Parker, Bookseller
Dimensions
4°.
Extent
[16], 95, [1] p.
Ownership
  • Provenance: Inscription on front paste-down endpaper "Knowsley, Front Library, Cupboard 5, Shelf 1, No.11."
  • Provenance: Inscriptions in ink on title page -- "no. 8.4" and "G52" crossed out. Possibly the former classmarks used in the Library at Knowsley Hall.
  • List of tracts in ink by former owner [James Stanley, 7th Earl of Derby] on front free endpaper and verso.

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