An Abridgement Of Mr. Baxter's History Of His Life And Times: With An Acount of the Ministers, [et]c. who Were Ejected After the Restauration, of King Charles II. : Their Apology for Themselves, and Their Adherents, Containing the Grounds of Their Nonconformity ; Their Treatment in the Reign of King Charles, and King James; and After the Revolution; And the Continuation of Their History, to the Passing of the Bill Against Occasional Conformity, in 1711 ; In Two Volumes. ¬An Account Of The Ministers, Lecturers, Masters And Fellows Of Colleges And Schoolmasters, Who Were Ejected Or Silenced After The Restauration in 1660 : By, or before, the Act for Uniformity ; Design'd for the preserving to Posterity, the Memory of their Names, Characters, Writings and Sufferings, Volume 2
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