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Chillingworthi novissima, or, The sicknesse, heresy, death and buriall of William Chillingworth

Chillingworthi novissima, or, The sicknesse, heresy, death and buriall of William Chillingworth

in his own phrase, clerk of Oxford and in the conceit of his fellow souldiers the Queens arch-engineer and grand-intelligencer : set forth in a letter to his eminent and learned friends a relation of his apprehension at Arundell a discovery of his errours in a briefe catechism and a shorr oration at the buriall of his hereticall book

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Published by Printed for Samuel Gellibrand ... in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Chillingworth, William, -- 1602-1644

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesChillingworthi novissima, Sicknesse, heresy, death and buriall of William Chillingworth
    Statementby Francis Cheynell ...
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 235:E. 36, no. 7.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[63] p.
    Number of Pages63
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16781768M

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Or, The sicknesse, heresy, death and buriall of William Chillingworth. (In his own phrase) Clerk of Oxford, and in the conceit of his fellow souldiers, the Queens arch-engineer, and grand-intelligencer.

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(in his own phrase) Clerk of Oxford. Chillingworthi novissima, or, The sicknesse, heresy, death and buriall of William Chillingworth: in his own phrase, clerk of Oxford and in the conceit of his fellow souldiers the Queens arch-engineer and grand-intelligencer: set forth in a letter to his eminent and learned friends a relation of his apprehension at Arundell a discovery of his errours in a briefe catechism and a shorr oration.

Or, The sicknesse, heresy, death and buriall of William Chillingworth. (In his own phrase) Clerk of Oxford, and in the conceit of his fellow souldiers, the Queens arch-engineer, and grand-intelligencer.

[Chillingworthi novissima: or, the] sickness, [heresy, death, and burial] of William Chillingworth ; (in his own phrase) clerk of Oxford ; [and(in the] conceit of his fellow-soldiers) the Queen's arch-engineer, and grand-intelligencer: Set forth In a Letter to his Eminent and Learned Friends ; A Relation of his Apprehension at Arundel ; A Discovery of his Errors in a brief Catechism ; And a.

Get this from a library. [Chillingworthi novissima: or, the] sickness, [heresy, death, and burial] of William Chillingworth ; (in his own phrase) clerk of Oxford ; [and(in the] conceit of his fellow-soldiers) the Queen's arch-engineer, and grand-intelligencer: By Francis Cheynell Publish'd by authority, in the year ; now re-published.

Full text of "Chillingvvorthi novissima, or, The sicknesse, heresy, death, and buriall of William Chillingworth: (in his own phrase) Clerk of Oxford, and in the conceit of his fellow souldiers, the Queens arch-engineer, and grand-intelligencer: set forth in a letter to his eminent and learned friends, a relation of his apprehension at Arundell, a discovery of his errours in a briefe.

Even nine years after Chillingworth was dead, Knott still continued his protest in 'Infidelity unmasked, or a confutation of a book published by Mr. William Chillingworth' (Ghent, ), Nor was the puritan party much better pleased with Chillingworth's arguments.

Full text of "The works of William Chillingworth" See other formats. Chillingworthi Novissima: or, The Sicknesse, heresy, death, and buriall, of William Chillingworth livings. Cheynell has been greatly blamed for his behaviour at the funeral of Dr.

Chillingworth. The matter stands as follows: This Dr. Chillingworth was. born and educated at Oxford, hut afterwards turning Roman catholic, he went to the.

After Chillingworth’s death, Cheynell published a short book with the impressively lengthy title: Chillingworthi Novissima, or, the sicknesse, heresy, death and buriall of William Chillingworth (in his own phrase) clerk of Oxford and in the conceit of his fellow souldiers the Queens arch-engineer and grand-intelligencer: set forth in a letter.

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Chillingworthi novissima. Or, The sicknesse, heresy, death and buriall of William Chillingworth. (In his own phrase) Clerk of Oxford, and in the conceit of his fellow souldiers, the Queens arch-engineer, and grand-intelligencer.

Chillingvvorthi novissima, or, The sicknesse, heresy, death, and buriall of William Chillingworth: (in his own phrase) Clerk of Oxford, and in the conceit of his fellow souldiers, the Queens arch-engineer, and grand-intelligencer: set forth in a letter to his eminent and learned friends, a relation of his apprehension at Arundell, a discovery of his errours in a briefe catechism, and a shorr.

7 His Chillingworthi Novissima: or the Sickness, Heresy, Death and Burial of William Chillingworth (first published in ) was reprinted in This appears to be the only posthumous reprint of any of Cheynell’s writings.

On into the 17 th Century, death remained one of life’s constants. Disease, exposure, starvation, and war with native tribes all took their brutal toll. The Puritans maintained deeply held religious beliefs, and their practices in burial exemplify this, and, to an extent, continue to inform our own modern practices as well.

The presbyterian, Mr. Cheynell, was with Chillingworth during the Anglican’s last days. His account of their acquaintance was entitled Chillingworth novissima, or the Sicknesse, Heresy, Death, and Buriall of William Chillingworth, (in his own Phrase) Clerk of Oxford, and in the conceit of his Fellow Souldiers the Queen’s Arch-Engineer and Grand Intelligencer.After Chillingworth’s death, Cheynell published a short book with the impressively lengthy title: Chillingworthi Novissima, or, the sicknesse, heresy, death and buriall of William Chillingworth (in his own phrase) clerk of Oxford and in the conceit of his fellow souldiers the Queens arch-engineer and grand-intelligencer: set forth in a letter.Cambridge Core - History of Ideas and Intellectual History - Freedom and the Construction of Europe - edited by Quentin Skinner.