Front Page Titles (by Subject) The Works of Richard Hooker, vol. 3
Richard Hooker, The Works of Richard Hooker, vol. 3 
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. 3.
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Volume 3 of the writings of Richard Hooker, including Books 6-8 of his best known work Of the Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity (1594-97) and several sermons.
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- Of the Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity.
- Book VI.: Containing Their Fifth Assertion, Which Is a , That Our Laws Are Corrupt and Repugnant to the Laws of God, In Matter Belonging to the Power of Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction, In That We Have Not Throughout All Churches Certain Lay-elders Establish
- Appendix to Book VI. [ Notes By George Cranmer and Edwin Sandys, On B. VI. As Sent to Them In Ms. 1 ]
- Book VII.: Their Sixth Assertion, That There Ought Not to Be In the Church, Bishops Endued With Such Authority and Honour As Ours Are.
- Book VIII. *: a Their Seventh Assertion, That Unto B No Civil Prince Or Governor There May Be Given Such Power of Ecclesiastical Dominion As By the Laws of This Land Belongeth Unto the Supreme Regent Thereof.
- Appendix, No. I. [ Supposed Fragment of a Sermon On Civil Obedience, Hitherto Printed As Part of the Eighth Book. ]
- Appendix, No. II. a Discovery of the Causes of the Continuance of These Contentions Concerning Church Government, Out of the Fragments of Richard Hooker 2 .
- Appendix, No. IV.: The Election of Bishops.
- A Learned and Comfortable Sermon of the Certainty and Perpetuity of Faith In the Elect. Especially of the Prophet Habakkuk’s Faith 1 .
- A Learned Discourse of Justification, Works, and How the Foundation of Faith Is Overthrown 1 .
- A Supplication Made to the Council
- Mr. Hooker’s Answer to the Supplication That Mr. Travers Made to the Council.
- A Learned Sermon of the Nature of Pride 1 .
- A Remedy Against Sorrow and Fear: Delivered In a Funeral Sermon.
- Dedication Prefixed to the First Edition of Two Sermons On Part of St. Jude.
- Sermon I.
- The Second Sermon.
- A Sermon, Found Among the Papers of Bishop Andrews.
- Glossary. Incorporating Mr. Furnivall’s Glossary.