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Compton, Henricus
Compton, Henry
Compton, Henry ((bishop))
Compton, Henry (Bp. of London)
Compton, Henry (vesc. anglicano di London)
Henry (III.; London, Bischof)
Henry (III.; London, Bishop)
Henry (Lord Bishop of London)
Henry (Oxford, Bischof)
Henry (Oxford, Bishop)
London, H.
London, Henry Compton
London, Henry Compton (Bishop of)
London, Henry Compton (Lord Bishop of)
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Church of England Diocese of London Bishop (1675-1713 : Compton) (see also from)
Church of England. Diocese of London
England and Wales. Assizes (Chelmsford, England)
England and Wales. Lords Commissioners to Inspect Ecclesiastical Affairs
English Printing Collection (Library of Congress)
Hickeringill, Edmund (1631-1708)
James II, King of England (1633-1701)
Jeffreys, George Jeffreys Baron, 1644 or 1645-1689
Shawe, Sol
Tooke, Benjamin (d. 1716)
Articles of visitation & enquiry exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and sidemen of every parish, in the [space] episcopal visitation of ... Henry, by Divine permission, Lord Bishop of London
Bishop of London's seventh letter. -, The
Bishop of London's tenth conference with his clergy upon the King's directions to the archbishops and bishops, for the preserving of unity in the church, and the purity of the Christian faith concerning the Holy Trinity; February the 3d. 1695/6. Held in the years 1697. and 1698., The
Episcopalia. -
Exact account of the whole proceedings against the Right Reverend Father in God, Henry, Lord Bishop of London, before the Lord Chancellor and the other ecclesiastical commissioners
His Majesties letter to the Lord Bishop of London to be communicated to the two provinces of Canterbury and York
list of the praebendaries of St. Paul's church. -, A
Littleton Burton clerk, John Charlewood, Tho. Speeres and William Van Gheyn appellants Henry Lord Bishop of London, and Michael Hutchinson clerk. respondents. The respondents case
Scandalum magnatum, or, The great trial at Chelmnesford Assizes, held March 6, for the county of Essex, betwixt Henry Bishop of London, plaintiff, and Edm. Hickeringill ..., defendent, faithfully related : together with the nature of the writ call'd supplicavit ... granted against Mr. Hickeringill, who was thereupon bound to the good-behaviour, at the Court of King's Bench Westminster ... : as also the articles sworn against him, by six proctors of doctors-commons ...
St. Paul's Church, London, a brief account of the receipts and disbursements for the rebuilding the said church, 1678:
translation from the french of the jesuits' intrigues, a
translation from the italian of the life of [[olimpia maidalchini|donna olympia maladichini]], who governed the church during the time of [[pope innocent x]], which was from the year 1644 to 1655, a
Visitation articles. 1706