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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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1902
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Thomas Hobbes: Critical Assessments, Volume 1

Preston T. King - 1993 - 487 pages
...Puritan complexion of the Virginian church, a letter from Alexander Whitaker: 'I marvaile much that so few of our English ministers that were so...surplis and subscription come hither where neither are spoken of (ibid. pp. 10-11); but as evidence this quotation is, to say the least, double-edged....
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Travels And Works Of Captain John Smith V2: President Of Virginia, And ...

Capt. John Smith - 2006 - 624 pages
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The American Quarterly Church Review, Volume 15

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 talleuts or keepe themselves at home for fear...
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The New Encyclopaedia Britannica, Volume 15

1974
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Bulletin, Issue 49

William L. Clements Library - 1947
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Collections of the Virginia Historical & Philosophical Society

1833
...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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reformation and reaction in tudor cambridge

...Chaderton, Alexander Whitaker, writing from Virginia to his cousin William Gouge, expressed surprise that 'so few of our English ministers that were so hot against the surplice and subscription5 come hither where neither is spoken of'.6) It 1 ES Shuckburgh, Emmanuel...
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