To the memory of the Right Reverend Father in God, Francis Gastrell
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To the memory of the Right Reverend Father in God, Francis Gastrell Doctor in Divinity, of the University of Oxford, and, by divine providence, Lord Bishop of Chester. by Wesley, Samuel

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  ​GASTRELL, FRANCIS (–), bishop of Chester, born at Slapton, Northamptonshire, on 10 May , and baptised the day of his birth, was the second of the two sons of Henry Gastrell of Slapton, a gentleman of property, descended from the Gastrells of Gloucestershire, by Elizabeth, daughter of Edward Bagshaw (d. ) [q. v.], of Morton Pinkney. Francis Gastrell (10 May – 24 November ) was Bishop of Chester and a writer on deism. He was a friend of Jonathan Swift, mentioned several times in A Journal to Stella, and chaplain to Robert Harley, when Harley was speaker of the House of mater: Christ Church, Oxford. Title: The christian institutes, or the sincere word of God. Being a plain and impartial account of the whole faith and duty of a christian. Collected out of the Writings of the Old and New Testament: Digested under proper Heads, And delivered in the words of scripture. By the Right Reverend Father in God, Francis, late Lord Bishop of Chester. Memorial of the Most Reverend Father in God Thomas Cranmer, Sometime Lord Archbishop of Canterbury: Wherein the History of the Church, and Reformation of It, During the Primacy of the Said Archbishop, are Greatly Illustrated; and Many Singular Matters .

Faire is the soule, white with faire Innocence, Rightly that doth expound the Scriptures sence, And void of all adulterating guise, No sence will give but such as edifies, Chusing that sence that most doth sinne destroy, Inviting of the soule to heavenly Ioy, So taking off the black and staine of sinne, With former beauty doth the soul begin Heroickly to shine, and glister. Full text of "The life of the right reverend father in God, Thomas Wilson, D.D., lord bishop of Sodor and Man;" See other formats. Full text of "The sermons and life of the Right Reverend Father in God, and constant Marty of Jesus Christ, Hugh Latimer, some time Bishop of Worcester;" See other formats.   Both the original tree and the house were destroyed in the s. The story is well known. The Reverend Francis Gastrell who lived at New Place became increasingly impatient with “pilgrims” wanting to see the mulberry tree which, by tradition, Shakespeare himself had planted in his garden.

Francis Gastrell, Chetham Society, F. R. Raines No preview available - Page - Immediately upon his elevation to the See of Chester he appears to have commenced his Notitia Cestriensis, Page - Right Reverend Father in God, and trusty and well-beloved, we greet you well. Whereas we have received information of the factious. Forms of Prayer for a Family. Composed by the Late Pious and Learned John Worthington D.D. Published by the Right Reverend Father in God Edward, Lord [Edward Fowler] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This book represents an authentic reproduction of the text as printed by the original publisher. While we have attempted to accurately maintain the integrity of the . To the Memory of the Right Reverend Francis Gastrell, D.D. [Samuel Wesley Jr.] 78–86 An Anacreontick [Samuel Wesley Jr.] 86 To a Young Gentleman, on his Recovery. The Raines Collection 13th centuryth century 23 boxes, files Chetham's Library CE Raines English; Latin F. R. Raines was born in Whitby, Yorkshire, on 22 February He was educated at Burton Pidsea in Holderness and, from the age of 13, at Clitheroe as apprentice to William Coultate, surgeon, who later moved to Burnley.