|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 8122, no. 12.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||117|
A defence of Dr. Sacheverell.: Or, passive-obedience prov'd to be the doctrine of the Church of England, from the Reformation, to these times; I. From the Doctrine of the XXXIX Articles. Henry Sacheverell () was a popular preacher at Oxford University. His controversial printed sermons attracted attention in London. In he became chaplain at St Saviour’s in Southwark. In November of that year he made his most contentious speech to date, attacking Catholics and. The Tryal of Dr. Henry Sacheverell, Before the House of Peers, for High Crimes and Misdemeanors: Upon an Impeachment by the Knights, Citizens and Burgesses in Parliament Assembled, in the Name of Themselves, and of All the Commons of Great Britain: Begun in Westminster-Hall the 27th Day of February, /10, and from Thence Continued by Several Adjournments Until the 23d Day of March . THE TRYAL OF DR. HENRY SACHEVERELL Before The House Of Peers, For High Crimes And Misdemeanors. [bound with] The bishop of Salisbury's, and the Bishop of Oxford's speeches in the House of Lords, on the first article of the Impeachment.: Henry,
Collections of passages referr'd to by Dr. Henry Sacheverell in his answer to the articles of his impeachment. [Reprint] ()[Leatherbound] by Sacheverell, Henry, and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The speech of Henry Sacheverell, D.D. made in Westminster Hall on Tuesday, March 7, /10 [Reprint] ()[Leatherbound] by Sacheverell, Henry, ,St. Leger, John, Sir. Managers pro and con and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The idea of two “sides” — for and against “the Enlightenment” — soon disintegrates: the same family that persecuted the High Churchman Dr Henry Sacheverell as an extremist were themselves implicated in the alleged murder of a possible mistress, and so treated their wives that one complained of being “enslaved” by her. Book a school visit, classroom workshop or teacher-training session. Tryal of Dr Henry Sacheverell Before the House of Peers for High Crimes and Misdemeanours. Date: confirming the Government's viewpoint that Sacheverell had encouraged violence. Despite a well executed defence, Sacheverell was found guilty although his sentence was.
It took six weeks before a pamphlet defence of Sacheverell was published, and thereafter they became numerous. On the last Sunday of November Sacheverell preached at St Margaret's, Lothbury. The church was packed to full attendance, with an enormous crowd outside threatening to break open the church for a chance to hear him preach. Sir Sacheverell Reresby Sitwell, 6th Baronet CH (/ s æ ˈ ʃ ɛ v ə r əl /; 15 November – 1 October ) was an English writer, best known as an art critic, music critic (his books on Mozart, Liszt, and Domenico Scarlatti are still consulted), and writer on architecture, particularly the Edith Sitwell and Sir Osbert Sitwell were his older siblings. Doctor Sacheverell's defence, in a letter to a member of parliament, of remarks upon two famous pamphlets, the one entituled, A true answer to Doctor Sacheverell's sermon, the other (a sham-pamphlet) entituled Doctor Sacheverell's recantation. Doctor Sacheverell's defence in a letter to a member of Parliament, or, Remarks upon two famous pamphlets, the one entituled A true answer to Doctor Sacheverell's sermon preach'd before the Lord Mayor November 5, , the other (a sham pamphlet) entituled Doctor Sacheverell's recantation.