by [POLE, Reginald (1500-1558) & Thomas PHILLIPS] Timothy NEVE (1724-1798).
Oxford:: Clarendon Press. 1766. hardcover. 8vo. [xiv], 562,  pp. Errata. Small hole upper margin first leaf. (title). Later brown buckram, gilt-stamped spine. Candler School of. Theology and Pitts Theology Library bookplates; British Museum rubber. stamps opposite title-page and at last page. Ink dedication-page. signature of J. Helhering [?], with occasional marginalia in his. hand. Very good. RARE.. NeveÂ’s criticism of PhillipÂ’s two-volume life of Pole (Oxford, 1764). Neve was an English churchman and academic. Â“In 1759 he was one of the preachers at the Chapel Royal, Whitehall, and on 23 April in that year he was instituted, on the nomination of John Green, bishop of Lincoln, to the rectory of Middleton Stoney, Oxfordshire, which he resigned in 1792 in favor of his son, the Rev. Egerton Robert Neve (1766Â–1818). In 1762 he was appointed by his college to the rectory of Letcomb-Bassett, Berkshire, but he vacated it two years later, on his preferment to the rectory of Godington, Oxfordshire, which he kept for the rest of his life. Â¶ Â“From 1783 to his death in 1798 Neve held the Lady Margaret professorship of divinity at Oxford and the sixth prebendal stall in Worcester Cathedral. He was also chaplain of Merton College, Oxford, and the second Bampton lecturerÂ” (Wikip.). Â¶ Cardinal Pole Â“was an English cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church and the last Roman Catholic Archbishop of Canterbury, holding the office during the Counter Reformation. Â…He is known for his strong condemnation of MachiavelliÂ’s book The Prince, which he read in Italy, and on which he commented: Â‘I found this type of book to be written by an enemy of the human race. It explains every means whereby religion, justice and any inclination toward virtue could be destroyedÂ’Â” (Wikip.). REFERENCES: ESTC, T71415. . 2 (Inventory #: LV2142)
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