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Page 141 - SERMON XI. PART III. BUT now, that the persecuted may at least be pitied, and assisted in that of which they are capable, I shall propound some rules by which they may learn to gather grapes from their thorns, and figs from their thistles...
Page 141 - ... Max." The book is divided into two parts, the first giving an account of the persecutions of the church abroad to the year 1650, and the second of those of the English church to the end of Queen Mary's reign. There is a separate title to the latter portion : " A Martyrologie containing a Collection of all the Persecutions which have befallen the Church of England since the first Plantation of the Gospel, to the end of Queen Marie's Reigne. By the same Author. Printed by J. Cottrel 1657.