ADVERTISEMENTS OF QTJEEN ELIZABETH
\ˈadvətˌa͡ɪzmənts ɒv kjˌuːtˈiːd͡ʒˈiːn ɪlˈɪzəbəθ], \ˈadvətˌaɪzmənts ɒv kjˌuːtˈiːdʒˈiːn ɪlˈɪzəbəθ], \ˈa_d_v_ə_t_ˌaɪ_z_m_ə_n_t_s ɒ_v k_j_ˌuː_t_ˈiː_dʒ_ˈiː_n ɪ_l_ˈɪ_z_ə_b_ə_θ]\
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Certain articles or ordinances drawn up by Archbishop Parker and some of the bishops in 1504, at the request of Queen Elizabeth, the object of which was to enforce decency and uniformity in the ritual of the church. The queen subsequently refused to give her official sanction to these advertisements, and left them to be enforced by the bishops under their general powers. Phillim. Ecc. Law, 910; 2 Prob. Div. 270; Id. 354.
By Henry Campbell Black
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