A Continuation of the Account of the Ministers, Lecturers, Masters and Fellows of Colleges, and Schoolmasters, who Were Ejected and Silenced After the Restoration in 1660, by Or Before the Act for Uniformity: To which is Added, The Church and Dissenters Compar'd as to Persecution, in Some Remarks on Dr. Walker's Attempt to Recover the Names and Sufferings of the Clergy that Were Sequestred, &c., Between 1640 and 1660. And Also Some Free Remarks on the Twenty-eight Chapter of Dr. Bennet's Essay on the 39 Articles of Religion ... (Google eBook)
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Page 427 - W. There was no oath given or taken. Besides, if it be enough to accuse, who shall be innocent? — I can appeal to the determination of the great day of judgment, that the large catalogue of matters laid to me arc either things invented or mistaken. B. Did not you ride with your sword in the time of the Committee of Safety, and engage with them ? . . ; , W.
Page 69 - I am leaving the ship of the church in a storm ; but whilst the great Pilot is in it, the loss of a poor under-rower will be inconsiderable. Live, and pray, and hope, and wait patiently, and do not despond; the promise stands invincible, that he will never leave us, nor forsake us.
Page 72 - ... pastor there, exhorting the people in the name of Jesus Christ, willingly to receive and acknowledge him as the minister of Christ, and to maintain and encourage him in the execution of his office, that he may be able to give up such an account to Christ of their obedience to his ministry, as may...
Page 429 - Tulford whether the presentation to Whitchurch was his : Whose is it ? He told me it was not his. W. There was none presented to it these sixty years. Mr. Walton lived there. At his departure the people desired me to preach to them ; and when there was a way of settlement appointed, I was by the Trustees appointed, and by the Triers approved.
Page 433 - W. All these things, laid together, are satisfactory to me, for my procedure therein. B. They are not enough. W. There has been more written in proof of preaching of gifted persons, with such approbation, than has been answered yet by any one.
Page 103 - I be thought to condemn it; they being things above my reach, and I not knowing the grounds of the proceedings.
Page 7 - very early in the morning, about three or four o'clock, and take a raw egg about eight or nine, and another about twelve,' and then continue his studies till the afternoon was pretty far advanced, when he Went abroad, and spent the evening at some friend's house in cheerful conversation.
Page 327 - He bore with all their scurrilous language till dinner was over, and then, going to the stable to his horse (of which he was always tender), he there gave them to understand that he was the person...
Page xxvii - And if any argument was wanting to conclude the certainty of this point, the wise and generous behaviour of the main body of the dissenters in this present juncture, has given them so just a title to our friendship, that we must resolve to set all the world against us if we can ever forget it; and if we do not make them all the returns of ease and favour when it is in our power to do it...