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THE

L I V E S

OF

THE PURITANS.

VOL. III.

HOGBES, PRINTER, MAIDEN-LANE, COVENT-GARDEN.

TOOHOS ALINIAI

THE

LI V ES

OF

THE PURITANS:

CONTAINING

A BIOGRAPHICAL ACCOUNT OF THOSE DIVINES WHO

DISTINGUISHED THEMSELVES IN THE CAUSE

OF

Religious Liberty,

FROM THE REFORMATION UNDER QUEEN ELIZABETH,
TO THE ACT OF UNIFORMITY,

IN 1662.

BY BENJAMIN BROOK.

UNIVERSITY

LIBRARY.

IN THREE VOLUMES.

HARVARD

VOL. III.

Hle, being dead, yet speaketh.-HEBREWS.

Many of the Puritans were men of great erudition, deep views of
religion, and unquestionable piety; and their writings contain a mine of
Kealth, in whicb any one, who will submit to some degree of labour, will find
himself well rewarded for his pains.-WILBERFORCE.

London:

PRINTED FOR JAMES BLACK,

YORK-STREET, COVENT-GARDEN.

1813.

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