By Bonnie Young
The original choice of the cloisters provides one a feeling of mid-evil tradition via its structure and sculptures as well as miniatures and metalwork.
An illustrated journey of The Cloisters, providing hidden treasures and information of the gathering that may be ignored by way of the informal visitor.
The textual content is predicated totally on a variety of variants of The Cloisters: the development and the gathering of medieval paintings in fortress Tryon Park, by means of James J. Rorimer.
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30 Wake’s Vindication of the Realm and Church of England, published in October 1716, although against the nonjurors, conceded many of their religious principles, whilst maintaining that the Revolution of 1688/89, and the deprivation of the nonjuring bishops, had not offended those principles. 31 Although Toland’s mantra was one of liberty, there were evidently limitations to this general rule, and some aspects of Toland’s scheme sounded distinctly authoritarian. An adequate army was necessary, Toland insisted, to guard against the threat of foreign invasion until peace had been secured, and also to secure the country against domestic rebellion.
84, 86. 27 the church of england and the bangorian controversy Anatomy echoed and hinted at in the bishop’s court sermon published by his Majesty’s special command. There are indications that Hoadly’s sermon may have been part of a broader scheme on behalf of Stanhope, Sunderland and their allies. The list of Lent preachers at the Chapel Royal was drawn up by the Lord Chamberlain, the duke of Bolton. 42 Apart from those who appeared to have been included by virtue of their office (such as John Robinson, as Dean of the Chapel Royal, and Francis Atterbury as Dean of Westminster), most were whig.
Ii. 360–1. 55 [J. ], Walter Grahame to [Colin Campbell of Glendarule], Mar. 7/18 1717; J. Menzies, Apr. 1717, HMC Stuart Papers, iv. 127, 221–2. 56 Original Weekly Journal, 1–8 June 1717; for the Jacobite reputation of these MPs, see, for example, Eveline Cruickshanks and Howard Erskine-Hill, The Atterbury Plot, Basingstoke, 2004, pp. 53, 64, 68, 126. 57 Lord Perceval had been told that 84 tories joined with 56 opposition whigs in voting for Snape and defeating the ‘Court party’. He linked the vote to the prorogation of Convocation, and Snape’s refutation of Hoadly’s doctrines concerning ‘the Ecclesiastical and Civil policy and Hyerachy [sic] of the Church’.
A Walk Through the Cloisters by Bonnie Young