Letters from the Synod of Dort to Sir Dudley Carlton

the English embassador at the Hague. By Mr. John Hales, ...
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printed by Robert and Andrew Foulis , Glasgow
SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 8835, no. 10.
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Sir Dudley Carleton (–) was a minor diplomat and Clerk of the was the younger son of George and Catharine Carleton née Harrison of Huntercombe Oxfordshire and lived at Clerkenwell and Holcombe, Oxfordshire.

Career. Carleton was secretary to his uncle Dudley Carleton, Viscount Dorchester (–) and from him inherited Imber Court Surrey. In this letter to the English aristocrat Sir Dudley Carleton, John Pory describes events in the Virginia colony, including the arrival of two ships containing the colony's first Africans and the introduction of a saleable grade of spelling has been updated.

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Dudley Carlton. My very good Lord, my business is now. Hales, John, Noté /5. Retrouvez Letters from the Synod of Dort to Sir Dudley Carlton, the English embassador at the Hague. By Mr. John Hales, et des millions de livres en stock sur Achetez neuf ou d'occasionFormat: Broché.

Golden remains of the ever memorable Mr. John Hales with additions from the authours own copy, viz., sermons & miscellanies, also letters and expresses concerning the Synod of Dort (not before printed), from an authentick hand. Hales, John, London: Printed by Tho.

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care to my contentment.") begins new pagination on [bracketed A]r issue (Wing H) has title page in another cutting (unsigned) and. The Synod of Dort [] was one of the most remarkable and important gatherings of Protestant divines ever assembled.

Summoned to resolve doctrinal disputes in the Netherlands, it involved theologians from a number of other countries, including Britain. The precise role played by delegates of the Church of England at the synod has been the subject of intense. He served as Chaplain for Sir Dudley Carleton (–) and was given the responsibility to observe and record the proceedings at the Synod of Dort.

These letters are somewhat scarce, and, to my knowledge, have not been reprinted since the seventeenth century. A few years back I found an extremely rare copy of John Hales’ Letters From the Synod of Dort (). John Hales (), often called the Ever-Memorable for his Greek lectures at Oxford, became a well-known clergyman and scholar in the mid seventeenth century.

He served as a Chaplain for Sir Dudley Carleton and was given the. Golden remains of the ever memorable Mr. John Hales of Eton College &c by Hales, John, ; Hales, John, Letters from the Synod of Dort to the Right Honourable Sr. Dudley Carlton.; Balcanquhall, Walter, Letters from the Synod of Dort, to the Right Honourable Sir D.

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CarltonPages: The Hague, Sir Dudley Carleton, brought complaints on several occasions before the the controversy, its initial resolution at the Synod of Dort (), and continuing leaving the academy with a letter of recommendation from Beza himself Returning to the Netherlands, Arminius took a pastorate in the Reformed church.

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By Mr. John Hales, : Letters from the Synod of Dort to Sir Dudley Carlton, the English embassador at the Hague. By Mr. John Hales, : ISBN () Softcover, Gale ECCO, Print Editions, The Synod of Dort (–19) was called by the States General to consider the Five Articles of Remonstrance.

From Novem to May 9,an important Dutch Reformed Church assembly took place in Dordrecht, referred to as the Synod of Dordrecht.

Following his death, his challenge to the Reformed standard, the Belgic Confession, provoked ample discussion at the Synod of Dort. John Hales was employed by Carleton to report on the proceedings of the Synod of Dort, and the correspondence was intellectual circle including also Thomas Allen, the physician William Gent, William Gilbert and Mark Ridley.

Carleton's letters are considered, in Carleton, Sir Dudley, Viscount Dorchester (–), diplomatist, by. Eirenical Anglicans at the Synod of Dort - Volume 2 - John PlattCited by: 3. Synod of Dort explained. The Synod of Dort (also known as the Synod of Dordt or the Synod of Dordrecht) was an international Synod held in Dordrecht in –, by the Dutch Reformed Church, to settle a divisive controversy initiated by the rise of first meeting was on 13 November and the final meeting, the th, was on 29 May 1/12 Archbishop Abbot to Sir Dudley Carleton, 28 December / 22 7 January 1/13 Archbishop Abbot to Sir Dudley Carleton, 8/18 January 25 1/14 Sir Dudley Carleton to Sir Robert Naunton, 4/14 February 28 1/15 The States General to King James I, 15/25 June 30 1/16 Prince of Orange to Sir Dudley Carleton, 1/11 July The British Delegation at the Synod of Dort (Dordrecht) in the Province of Holland.

The new British Am­ bassador, Sir Dudley Carleton, had been sedulously stoking the fires against the Remonstrants.6 The Stadholder had no authority to call the Synod, for which his supporters were pressing. That was. [23] Indications of the doctrinal positions of the English delegates can be gleaned from the reports sent from Dort to Sir Dudley Carleton.

Carleton was the English special ambassador to the United Provinces. He initially received reports from his chaplain, John Hales and subsequently from Balcanqual. [24] Neal, Op cit., Vol.

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