Tetrachordon expositions upon the foure chief places in scripture, which treat of mariage, or nullities in mariage. ; wherin the doctrine and discipline of divorce, as was lately publish"d, is confirm"d by explanation of Scripture, by teimony of ancient fathers, of civill lawes in the primitive church, of famousest reformed divines, and lastly, by an intended act of the Parlament and Church of England in the last yeare of Edvvard the Sixth

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  • Divorce,
  • Marriage law

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StatementBy the former author J.M.
SeriesLibrary of English literature -- LEL 11310.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination98, (i.e. 102) p.
Number of Pages102
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Open LibraryOL13561004M
OCLC/WorldCa15989365

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Tetrachordon (from the Greek τετράχορδον "four stringed") was published by John Milton with his Colasterion on 4 March The title symbolizes Milton's attempt to connect four passages of Biblical Scripture to rationalize the legalization of divorce.

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TETRACHORDON, Expositions upon the foure chiefe places in Scripture which treat of Mariage, or nullities in Mariage. Gen. So God created Man in his owne image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them.

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TETRACHORDON. misery, as that he more desires to leave his life then feares to loose it: Shall not this equally concerne the office of civil protection, and much more the charity of a true Church to remedy.

This book he wrote heer in England, where he liv'd the greatest admir'd man; and this hee dedicated to Edward the sixth. Fagius rankt. TETRACHORDON. impatient, it will be the same doctrin which this treatis hath defended.

This book indeed through the poverty of our Libraries I am forc't to cite from Arnisæus of Halberstad on the right of mariage, who cites it from Corasius of Toulouse c.

Cent. Sct. and he from Tetrachordon book. Dial. So much the sorrier, for that I. Milton's divorce tracts refer to the four interlinked polemical pamphlets—The Doctrine and Discipline of Divorce, The Judgment of Martin Bucer, Tetrachordon, and Colasterion—written by John Milton from – They argue for the legitimacy of divorce on grounds of spousal incompatibility.

Arguing for divorce at all, let alone a version of no-fault divorce, was extremely controversial. As a young student, John Milton () dreamed of bringing the poetic elocution of Homer and Virgil to the English language. Milton realized this dream with his graceful, sonorous Paradise Lost, now Tetrachordon book the most influential epic poem in English literature.

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As a young student, John Milton () dreamed of bringing the poetic elocution of Homer and Virgil to the English language. Milton realized this dream with his graceful, sonorous Paradise Lost, now considered the most influential epic poem in English literature.

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Kindle: MB: This is an E-book formatted for Amazon Kindle devices. The treatise was soon followed by The Judgment of Martin Bucer Concerning Divorce, and in the next year by Tetrachordon and Colasterion, Tetrachordon book last being a reply to.

Colasterion (from the Greek word for "instrument of punishment" or "house of correction") was published by John Milton with his Tetrachordon on 4 March The tract is a response to an anonymous pamphlet attacking the first edition of The Doctrine and Discipline of makes no new arguments, but harshly takes to task the "trivial author".

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The doctrine and discipline of divorce. The judgment of M. Bucer concerning divorce. Tetrachordon. Colasterion. Tractate of education. Buy This Book in Print summary In a span of only 18 months—from August to March —John Milton published five tracts on divorce: The Doctrine and Discipline of Divorce, a much enlarged edition of that tract, The Judgement of Martin Bucer, Tetrachordon, and Colasterion.

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The polemic did not get the attention Milton felt it deserved and he lamented this oversight in his Son "A Book was Writ of Late called Tetrachordon." The fourth divorce tract, issued at about the same time as the present work, took its name from a torture device, "Colasterion." As Milton began to take steps to seek a divorce rather than.

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On Time. UPON THE CIRCUMCISION. AT A SOLEMN MUSICK. AN EPITAPH ON THE MARCHIONESS OF WINCHESTER. SONG ON MAY.

Internet Archive BookReader The doctrine and discipline of divorce: in two books: also the judgement of Martin Bucer: Tetrachordon: and an abridgement of Colasterion. The allusion is to a passage in Tetrachordon, where the author explains the text, saving for the cause of fornication.

Prose Works II. Prose Works II. It has been generally supposed that Milton's opinions on the subject of divorce were influenced by the well-known circumstances connected with his first marriage, and Warton.

A BOOK was writ of late called Tetrachordon, And woven close, both matter, form, and style; The subject new: it walk'd the town awhile, Numb'ring good intellects; now seldom por'd on. Cries the stall-reader, Bless us. what a word on A title-page is this.

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Milton's divorce tracts refer to the four interlinked polemical pamphlets--The Doctrine and Discipline of Divorce, The Judgment of Martin Bucer, Tetrachordon, and Colasterion--written by John Milton from They argue for the legitimacy of divorce on grounds of spousal incompatibility.

Arguing for divorce at all, let alone a version of no-fault divorce, was extremely controversial and. A Book was writ of late call'd Tetrachordon; And wov'n close, both matter, form and stile; The subject new: it walk'd the Town a while, Numbring good intellects; now seldom por'd on.

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[From Tetrachordon, ] [From The Tenure of Kings and Magistrates, ] [From History of Britain, ] PARADISE LOST. ON Paradise Lost. THE VERSE. BOOK I. BOOK II. BOOK III. BOOK IV. BOOK V. BOOK VI. BOOK VII.

BOOK VIII. BOOK IX. BOOK X. BOOK XI. BOOK XII. PARADISE REGAIN’D. The First Book. The Second Book. The Third Book. The Fourth. Septemberand the anonymous An Answer to a Book, Intituled, The Doctrine and Discipline of Divorce, published in November Two addi tional sermons that appeared in time for Milton to have reckoned with them in Tetrachordon or Colasterion have also been identified: Thomas Youngs.

'A book was writ of late called Tetrachordon' 78 On the late Massacre in Piedmont 79 'When I consider how my light is spent' 80 'Methought I saw my late espoused saint' 81 CHARLES COTTON (O-I) Resolution in Four Sonnets, of a Poetical Question put to me by a Friend, concerning Four Rural Sisters 82 PHILIP AYRES ( Milton, John, A common-place book of John Milton, and a Latin essay and Latin verses presumed to be by Milton.

([Westminster] Printed for the Camden Society, ), ed. by Alfred J. Horwood (page images at HathiTrust) Milton, John, A common-place book of John Milton, and a Latin essay and Latin verses presumed to be by Milton.

A BOOK was writ of late called Tetrachordon, And woven close, both matter, form, and style; The subject new: it walked the town a while, Numbering good intellects; now seldom pored on.

Cries the stall-reader, “Bless us. what a word on: 5: A title-page is this!; and some in file: Stand spelling false, while one might walk to Mile— End Green. page note 2 DDD, Book II, Chapter IV: p. Compare More against Tyndale on predestination (): ‘God in all His threats reserveth His special prerogative of His mercy, by which His absolute power is never bounden under any rule of His ordinary justice' (Confutation, Part II, p.

clxxviii).A similar distinction applied to the power of the king is familiar from Bate's Case (), and Cited by:. John Milton - John Milton - Divorce tracts: Soon after these controversies, Milton became embroiled in another conflict, one in his domestic life.

Having married Mary Powell inMilton was a few months afterward deserted by his wife, who returned to her family’s residence in Oxfordshire. The reason for their separation is unknown, though perhaps Mary adhered to the Royalist inclinations.

[From Tetrachordon, ] [From The Tenure of Kings and Magistrates, ] [From History of Britain, ] PARADISE LOST. ON Paradise Lost. THE VERSE. BOOK I. BOOK II. BOOK III. BOOK IV. BOOK V. BOOK VI. BOOK VII. BOOK VIII. BOOK IX. BOOK X. BOOK XI. BOOK XII. PARADISE REGAIN’D. The First Book. The Second Book.

The Third Book. The Fourth.XI A Book was writ of late call’d Tetrachordon. XII On the same. XIII To Mr. H. Lawes, on his Aires. XIV [On ye religious memory of Mrs. Catharine Thomason]. XV (18) On the late Massacher in Piemont. XVI (19) When I consider how my light is spent.

XVII (20) Lawrence of virtuous Father. XVIII (21) Cyriack, whose Grandsire. XIX (23) Methought I.

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