Lake, John, 1624-1689
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Filed under: Lake, John, 1624-1689 -- Early works to 1800Filed under: Lake, John, 1624-1689 -- Trials, litigation, etc.
- A letter from a person of quality in the north to a friend in London, concerning Bishop Lake's late declaration of his dying in the belief of the doctrine of passive obedience as the distinguishing character of the Church of England (London : Printed for Awnsham Churchill ..., 1689), by Elizabeth Eyre (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- The declaration of the right reverend father in God John, late Lord Bishop of Chichester, upon his deathbed ([London? : s.n., 1689]), by John Lake (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- An Account of the proceedings at Westminster-Hall, on the 29th and 30th of June, 1688 relating to the tryal and discharge of the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Bishop of S. Asaph, Bishop of Chichester, Bishop of Ely, Bishop of Bath and Wells, Bishop of Peterborough, and the Bishop of Bristol. ([London : s.n.], 1688) (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- A defence of the profession which the Right Reverend Father in God, John, Late Lord Bishop of Chichester, made upon his death-bed concerning passive obedience, and the new oaths : together with an account of some passages of his Lordship's life. (London : [s.n.], 1690), by Robert Jenkin (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- The proceedings and tryal in the case of the most Reverend Father in God, William, Lord Archbishop of Canterbury and the Right Reverend Fathers in God, William, Lord Bishop of St. Asaph, Francis, Lord Bishop of Ely, John, Lord Bishop of Chichester, Thomas, Lord Bishop of Bath and Wells, Thomas, Lord Bishop of Peterborough, and Jonathan, Lord Bishop of Bristol, in the Court of Kings-Bench at Westminster in Trinity-term in the fourth year of the reign of King James the Second, Annoque Dom. 1688. (London : Printed for Thomas Basset ... and Thomas Fox ..., 1689), by William Sancroft, William Lloyd, Francis Turner, John Lake, Thomas Ken, Thomas White, Jonathan Trelawny, and England and Wales. Court of King's Bench (HTML at EEBO TCP)
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