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The great question in the case of the absolution of Sir John Friend and Sir William Parkens
|Genre||Early works to 1800|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 2385:2|
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A STATEMENT ON. CONFESSION, Made by Request. IN THE CHURCH OF ST. JOHN BAPTIST, KIDDERMINSTER, ON SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15; BY THE REV. C. N. GRAY, CURATE. "It is a groundless insinuation, and not the less so for being designed as a popular one, that this doctrine concerning Sacerdotal Absolution subjects the laity to the clergy: it only subjects them to the . Sir Henry Parkes (), politician and journalist, was born on 27 May in Warwickshire, England, youngest of the seven children of Thomas Parks, tenant farmer on Stoneleigh Abbey Estate, and his wife Martha, née Faulconbridge.
Esmond made free with these papers, and found treasonable matter of King William’s reign, the names of Charnock and Perkins, Sir John Fenwick and Sir John Friend, Rookwood and Lodwick, Lords Montgomery and Allesbury, Clarendon and Yarmouth, that had all been engaged in plots against the usurper; a letter from the Duke of Berwick too, and one. Hotham, John, Sir, d. Jan. 2. /  Reasons why Sir Iohn Hotham, trusted by the Parliament, cannot in honour agree to the Treaty of pacification: made by some gentlemen of York-shire, at Rothwell, Sept. .
attending Sir John Friend and Sir William Perkins when they were executed for the assassination plot. The other two volumes appeared successively in and It was in that Collier published his famous Short View of the Immorality and Profaneness of the English Stage.] [Footnote 4: [Not being yet determined with whose Name to fill up the. Autograph autobiography of John Payne Collier, (Folger MS M.a)Autograph letters signed and initialled from John Payne Collier to various people, (Folger MS Y.c ())John Payne Collier collection of letters and papers, removed from An old man's diary (Folger MS Y.d ())Letters to John Payne Collier from various correspondents, (Folger MS Y.d.6 ()).
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The great question in the case of the absolution of Sir John Friend and Sir William Parkens: which will be insisted on at the trial of the absolvers 'tis presum'd will be, whether the giving them absolution at the place of execution, was a lawful, or unlawful act.
That it was a lawful act, appears to me from the following considerations. The great question in the case of the absolution of Sir John Friend and Sir William Parkens: which will be insisted on at the trial of the absolvers 'tis presum'd will be, whether the giving them absolution at the place of execution, was a lawful, or unlawful act.
That it was a lawful act, appears to me from the following considerations. The great question in the case of the absolution of Sir John Friend and Sir William Parkens: which will be insisted on at the trial of the absolvers 'tis presum'd will be, whether the giving them absolution at the place of execution, was a lawful, or unlawful : Jeremy Collier.
A Defence of the Absolution given to Sir. William Perkins at the Place of Execution, April the 3d. My being present and in some measure Officiating at the Place of Execution on Friday last, has been extreamly misunderstood. The Weekly Intelligence together with the Remarker, have censured this Action with a great deal of Liberty, and Heat.
PARKYNS or PERKINS, Sir WILLIAM (?–), conspirator, the son of William Parkyns, a London merchant, was born in London about He was admitted of the Inner Temple inand was called to the bar in But in for his boldness in granting absolution on the scaffold to Sir John Friend and Sir William Parkyns, who had attempted the assassination of William, he was obliged to flee, and for the rest of his life continued under sentence of outlawry.
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Of these, Friend, Perkins, Charnock, Lowick, Cran- bourne, and Rookwood were executed: Cook was banished. Sir John Fenwick was arrested later (June 11). Proceedings against him were begun, in the course of which there was much intrigue.
Collier, Jeremy, The case of the two absolvers that were tryed at the Kings-Bench-Bar at Westminster on Thursday the 2d of July for giving absolution at the place of execution to Sir John Friend and Sir William Parkens. (London: [s.n.], ) (HTML at EEBO TCP).
The case of the two absolvers that were tryed at the Kings-Bench-Bar at Westminster on Thursday the 2d of July for giving absolution at the place of execution to Sir John Friend and Sir William Parkens. Collier, Jeremy, / [?]. When, inSir John Friend and Sir William Parkyns were condemned to death for their share in the assassination plot, Collier attended them in Newgate, and when they were drawn to Tyburn on 3 April he and two other nonjuring clergymen named Cook and Snatt were allowed to minister to them at the place of execution.
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