Front Page Titles (by Subject) APPENDIX TO PREFACE.—No. II. Collation of the first edition of G. Cranmer's Letter on the New Church Discipline with Walton's edition, 1675. See in this edition, vol. ii. p. 598—609. Editor's Preface, Appendix 2. - The Works of Richard Hooker, vol. 1
APPENDIX TO PREFACE.—No. II. Collation of the first edition of G. Cranmer’s Letter on the New Church Discipline with Walton’s edition, 1675. See in this edition, vol. ii. p. 598—609. Editor’s Preface, Appendix 2. - Richard Hooker, The Works of Richard Hooker, vol. 1 
The Works of that Learned and Judicious Divine Mr. Richard Hooker with an Account of His Life and Death by Isaac Walton. Arranged by the Rev. John Keble MA. 7th edition revised by the Very Rev. R.W. Church and the Rev. F. Paget (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1888). 3 vols. Vol. 1.
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- Note to the Sixth Edition.
- Note to the Seventh Edition.
- Additions and Corrections to the Seventh Edition.
- Editor’s Preface.
- Appendix to Preface.—no. II. Collation of the First Edition of G. Cranmer’s Letter On the New Church Discipline With Walton’s Edition, 1675. See In This Edition, Vol. II. P. 598—609. Editor’s Preface, Appendix 2.
- Appendix to Preface.—no. III. Editor’s Preface, Appendix 3. Memoranda For an Answer to the “ Christian Letter, ” Omitted In the Notes to This Edition 1 .
- To the Right Hon. and Right Rev. Father In God, George 1 , Lord Bishop of Winchester, Dean of His Majesty’s Chapel Royal, and Prelate of the Most Noble Order of the Garter.
- Preface to the First Edition of the Life of Hooker, Published In 1665.
- The Life of Mr. Richard Hooker.
- Of the Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity, Eight Books.
- To the Reader 1 .
- A Preface to Them That Seek (as They Term It) the Reformation of Laws 1 , and Orders Ecclesiastical, In the Church of England.
- The First Book. Concerning Laws and Their Several Kinds In General.
- The Second Book. Concerning Their First Position Who Urge Reformation In the Church of England: Namely, That Scripture Is the Only Rule of All Things Which In This Life May Be Done By Men.
- The Third Book. Concerning Their Second Assertion, That In Scripture There Must Be of Necessity Contained a Form of Church Polity, the Laws Whereof May In Nowise Be Altered.
- The Fourth Book. Concerning Their Third Assertion, That Our Form of Church Polity Is Corrupted With Popish Orders, Rites, and Ceremonies, Banished Out of Certain Reformed Churches, Whose Example Therein We Ought to Have Followed.
APPENDIX TO PREFACE.—No. II.
Collation of the first edition of G. Cranmer’s Letter on the New Church Discipline with Walton’s edition, 1675. See in this edition, vol. ii. p. 598—609.Editor’s Preface, Appendix 2.
|Readings of first Edition.||Readings of Walton.|
|P. 598, l. 21.||diffidence||defiance|
|599, l. 1.||emprese||impress|
|— l. 11.||is mightily||did mightily|
|— l. 12.||to possess||possess|
|— l. 13.||to lose||if lost|
|— l. 20.||workmen||workman|
|— l. 21.||they find||and they find|
|— l. 31.||cap and surplice||the cap and surplice|
|— l. 32.||government then established||government established|
|— l. 36.||in Latin||and in Latin|
|600, l. 13.||desired of the common people||desired by all the common people|
|— l. 17.||acknowledging||by acknowledging|
|— l. 24.||further to proceed||to proceed further|
|— l. 26.||was in fact||was also in fact|
|— l. 27.||that undone||that to be undone|
|601, l. 6.||out of a pease cart||out of a pease cart in Cheapside|
|— l. 20.||their entering||they entered|
|602, l. 4.||prayers||prayer|
|— l. 7.||were they rather||were they not rather|
|— l. 8.||aloof||aloof off|
|— l. 8.||and loath||as being loath|
|— l. 8.||the Spirit||that Spirit|
|603, l. 4.||hath taken||have taken|
|604, l. 4.||both lawful||is both lawful|
|605, l. 8.||might so be salved||might be salved|
|— l. 16.||erection||erections|
|— l. 23.||τὸ ἴδιον||distraction|
|606, l. 9.||they are not able||that they are not able|
|— l. 10.||with dislike||with a dislike|
|608, l. 1.||open to advantage||open an advantage|
|— l. 6.||somewhat overflow||so often overflow|
|— l. 13.||erection||and erection|
|— l. 23.||their sovereign||or their sovereign|
|— l. 37.||or of innovation||or innovation|
|— l. 42.||common people, judges||common people who are judges|
|609, l. 2.||for want||and for want|
|— l. 30.||of infinite||of the infinite|
|— l. 38.||shod, girt||should be girt|
|610, l. 6.||what men||that what men|
|— l. 10.||but things||but even things|