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" Preacher complaineth, and much museth, that so few of our English Ministers, that were so hot against the surplice and subscription come hether, where neither is spoken of. "
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The Protestant Episcopal Quarterly Review, and Church Register, Volume 3

1856
...speaks of the simplicity of our worship and liberality of our discipline in the following words : " But I much more muse that so few of our English ministers. * TL<-y wen then all living together, In one unmll pUce, with little work to do. that were so hot against...
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The Church review, and ecclesiastical register ..., Volume 15, Issues 1863-1864

1864
...men of honest life should feare the sword of the Magistrate, which is unsheathed in their defence. But I much more muse, that so few of our English Ministers,...Surplis and Subscription, come hither, where neither are spoken of. Doe they not either wilfully hide their tallents or keepe themselves at home for fear...
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The Church Review, Volume 15

1864
...men of honest life should fcare the sword of the Magistrate, which is unsheathed in their defence. But I much more muse, that so few of our English Ministers, that wero so hot against the Surplis and Subscription, come hither, where neither are spoken of. Doe they...
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Hours at Home, Volume 6

1868
...Black Friars, written on June 28, 1614, after a three years' residence in Virginia, he says : " But I much more muse, that so few of our English ministers, who were so hot against the surplice, came hither where neither are spoken of. Do they not either wilfully...
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The English Colonization of America During the Seventeenth Century

Edward Duffield Neill - 1871 - 352 pages
...men. Once every month wee have a communion, and once a year a solemn fast. Conclusion in Purchas. " But I much more muse that so few of our English Ministers...Surplis and subscription come hither where neither are spoken of. " Doe they not either wilfully hide their tallents or keepe themselues at home for fear...
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Old Churches, Ministers and Families of Virginia, Volume 1

William Meade - 1878
...place, with little work to do. worship and liberality of our discipline in the following words : " But I much more muse, that so few of our English ministers that were so hot against the surplice and subscription come hither, where neither of them are spoken of." Having alluded to the...
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Capt. John Smith, of Willoughby, Volume 1

John Smith - 1884 - 984 pages
...fit to command or manage the businesse : Master Whitaker their Preacher complaineth, and much museth, that so few of our English Ministers, that were so hot against the surplice and subscription come hether, where neither is spoken of. Doe they not wilfully hide their...
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Collections of the Virginia Historical Society, Volume 11

Virginia Historical Society - 1892
...Christ, who by their lives and their speech said as did the brave and undaunted Whitaker, " Why is it that so few of our English ministers that were so hot against the surplice and subscription come hither where neither is spoken of. Doe they not wilfully hide their...
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The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Volume 4

Philip Alexander Bruce, William Glover Stanard - 1897
...Malado, Elizabeth Fort, and Fort Patience, but because Mr. Whitaker " complaineth, and much museth, that so few of our English ministers that were so hot against the surplice and subscription come hither, where neither is spoken of. Doe they not wilfully hide their...
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The Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science

John Martin Vincent - 1895
...remarkable and throws considerable light on the condition of the church in the colony. He says : " But I much more muse that so few of our English ministers,...surplis and subscription, come hither, where neither is spoken of."4 Whitaker was drowned in the James River in the Spring of 1617, under circumstances...
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