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The Cambridge History of English and American Literature in 18 Volumes (1907–21).
Vol. 3. Renascence and Reformation.


XVIII. “Of the Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity”.

Bibliography.



[Bibliography by George A. Brown]


EDITIONS OF THE POLITY

First four books printed by Windet, J. (no date), entered at Stationers’ Hall, 29 Jan., 1592–3.
Book V published by Windet in 1597. Ed. Spencer, J. 1604 (?), 1611.
Sixth and eighth books “published according to the most authentique copies,” 1648, 1651.
Seventh book, in Gauden’s 1662 ed. of Hooker’s works.
See Lee, S., in D. of N. B. for a discussion as to the genuineness of Books VI, VII and VIII. Book VI, apparently, “has no right to its place in Hooker’s treatise.”
The E. P. and other works with life by Izaak Walton, and Strype’s interpolations: to which are now added the “Christian’s Letter” and Dr Covel’s “Just and temperate defence.” With an introduction, a life by Cartwright, T. and notes by Hanbury, B. 3 vols. 1830.
Ed. Keble, J. 4 vols. Oxford, 1836. Keble’s ed. is the best in its later form, 3 vols., ed. Church, R. W. and Paget, F., Oxford, 1888.
Book 1. Ed. Church. R. W. Oxford, 1876.
Book V. Ed. Bayne, R. 1902.



OTHER WRITINGS

A learned Discourse of Justification, Workes, and how the foundation of Faith is overthrowne. Ed. Jackson, H. 1612, 1613.
A learned Sermon of the nature of Pride. Oxford, 1612.
The Answere to a Supplication preferred by Mr. Travers to the H. H. Lords of the Privie Counsell. Oxford, 1612.
A Remedy against Sorrow and Fear. Oxford, 1612.
A Learned and Comfortable Sermon of the certaintie and perpetuitie of faith in the Elect. Oxford, 1612.

LIVES

Fuller, T. History of the Worthies of England. Ed. Nichols, E. D. Vol. 1. 1811.
——Church History. Ed. Brewer, J. S. Vol. V. 177, 178, 183–235. 1845.
Gauden, J. In his 1662 ed. of the Polity.
Hook, W. F. Ecclesiastical Biography. 1850.
Hurst, J. F. Literature of Theology. 1884.
Prince, J. Danmonii Orientales Illustres: Or, The Worthies of Devon, p. 393. 1701.
Walton, Izaak. Life. First published, 1665. Then added to the various eds. of the Polity and included in all eds. of Walton’s Lives.
Wood, A. à. Athenae Oxonienses. 1848.
Wordsworth, C. Ecclesiastical Biography. 1810.

GENERAL CRITICISM AND ALLUSIONS

Bernard, N. Clavi Trabales. 1661.
Cambridge Modern History. Vol. III.
Collier, J. Ecclesiastical History of Great Britain. Ed. Lathbury, T. Vols. III, 36; VII, 159, 160, 250. 1825.
Dale, A. W. W. History of English Congregationalism. 1907.
Davidson, J. Bibliotheca Devoniensis. 1852.
Figgis, J. N. The Theory of the Divine Right of Kings. 1892. See also article in Guardian, 11 October, 1905, entitled Hoadly and the Bangorian Controversy.
Hallam, H. Constitutional History of England. Vol, 1, 214. 1854.
——Introduction to the Literature of Europe. 1854.
Hunt, J. Religious Thought in England from the Reformation. 3 vols. 1870–3.
Landor, W. S. Imaginary Conversations. Vol. III. Ed. C. G. Crump. 1891.
Maurice, J. F. D. Modern Philosophy. 1862.
Neal, D. History of the Puritans. Vol. 1, 446. 1822.
Nichols, J. B. Literary Anecdotes. 1813.
Paget, F. An Introduction to the 5th Book. 1899.
Pepys’ Diary. Ed. Wheatley, H. B. Vols. II, 61, 84; VI, 273, 325, 326. 1903.
Rémusat, C. F. M. de. Histoire de la Philosophie en Angleterre. Paris, 1875.
Ruskin, J. Modern Painters. Vol. II, 128. 1869.
Sandys, E. Europae Speculum. 1629. Sandys being Hooker’s pupil, this work exhibits many interesting points of contact with Hooker’s writings.
Stephen, Sir J. F. Horae Sabbaticae. Vol. 1. 1892.

LITERATURE OF THE CONTROVERSY

(See also bibliography to the chapter on the Marprelate controversy.)
The Book of Discipline (Latin). 1574.
Browne, R. A treatise of Reformation without tarying for anie. 1582. Rptd., 1903.
Cartwright, T. A Replye to an answere against the admonition to the Parliament. 1573. A second replie. 1575.
——A full and plaine declaration of Ecclesiasticall Discipline. 1574.
A Christian Letter to certaine English Protestants. Puritan pamphlet in opposition to Hooker. 1599. See Hanbury’s and various other eds. of Hooker.
Field, J. and Wilcocks, T. The two admonitions to the Parliament. 1572, 1617.
Frere, W. H. The English Church in the reigns of Elizabeth and James I, 1558–1625. History of the English Church, vol. V, Stephens, W. R. W. and Hunt, W., 1899.
Gee, H. and Hardy, W. J. Documents illustrative of English Church History. 1896.
Jewel, John (1522–71), bishop of Salisbury. His Apologia pro Ecclesia Anglicana, 1562 (“the first methodical statement of the position of the church of England against the church of Rome”: Creighton, M.), was written in Latin and immediately translated into English. His complete works were published in folio in 1609 and ed. Ayre, J., 4 vols., Parker Society, 1845–50. See also Vol. IV, of the present work.
The Order of the Services in the Church of Northampton. June 5, 1571. MSS. Domestic, Rolls House. See also Hist. of Eng., reign of Eliz., vol. X, c. XX, p. 113, Froude, J. A., 1870.
Whitgift, J. An Answere to a certen Libell. 1573.
——The defense of the Answere to the admonition. 1574.
——A defense of the Ecclesiasticall Regiment in Englande. 1574.



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