was corretted; then the statute, by merely reciting the title page of the book of articles, and without giving any other description of the faid book, must be understood of the old, and not of the new translation. For the disagreement between theanbsp;...
|Title||:||An Historical and Critical Essay on the Thirty-nine Articles of the Church of England. Wherein it is demonstrated that this clause-'The Church has power to decree Rites and Ceremonies, and Aut[h]ority in Matters of Faith'-inserted in the 20th Article is not a part of the Articles, as they were established by Act of Parliament in the 13th of Eliz. or agreed on by the Convocations of 1562 and 1571. [By Anthony Collins.]|