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An account of the late proceedings of the dissenting ministers at Salters-Hall

occasioned by the differences amongst their brethren in the country ... in a letter to the Revd. Dr. Gale.

by Barrington, John Shute Barrington Viscount

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Published by Printed for J. Roberts near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dissenters, Religious -- England,
  • Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1714-1727 -- Pamphlets

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination[1] leaf, 38 p. ;
    Number of Pages38
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23373874M

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In a letter to the Revd. Gale. [John Shute Barrington Barrington, Viscount]. The Non-Subscription Controversy amongst Dissenters in the Salters' Hall Debate - Volume 4 Issue 2 - Roger Thomas page note 5 An account of the late proceedings of the Dissenting ministers.

a mid-eighteenth century account of the Salters' Hall controversy. A brief account of the charity school, at Horsly-Down, Southwark. Instituted The anatomy of the heretical synod of dissenters at Salters-Hall with short remarks, by the author of The () Posthumous works of Robert Robinson, late pastor of the Baptist Church and Congregation of Protestant Dissenters, at Cambridge.

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An account of the late proceedings of the dissenting ministers at Salters-Hall: occasioned by the differences amongst their brethren in the country in a letter to the Revd. Gale by Barrington, John Shute Barrington, Viscount, This action was censured by the Exeter Assembly of ministers two years later.

Jerom Murch, History of the Presbyterian and General Baptist Churches in the West of England (London, i), pp, x62­x64; Joshua Toulmin, `Memoir of the Rev. Hubert Stogdon,' Monthly Repository, iv. An authentick account of several things done and agreed upon by the dissenting ministers: lately assembled at Salters-Hall.

(London: J. Clark, ), by B. Grosvenor (page images at HathiTrust) An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: for the present setling (without further delay) of the Presbyteriall government in.

Early life. He was the second son of John Oldfield or Otefield, and was born at Carsington, Derbyshire, on 2 December His father gave him his early training; he studied philosophy at Lincoln College, Oxford, and also at Christ's College, Cambridge, under Ralph Cudworth and Henry More (–).Refusing subscription, he did not graduate.

The best account of the –8 campaign is in R. Davis, Dissent in Politics, –; the Political Life of William Smith, M.P. For the Dissenting Deputies, see N.

Hunt, Two Early Political Associations (Oxford, ) and B. Manning, The Protestant Dissenting Deputies (Cambridge, ). Under the terms of the Corporation. Christian deism in eighteenth century England.

the ministers, while still. being religious, also emphasized rationality and science. As a result of the synod at Salters ’ Hall, one : Joseph Waligore. Orton's Letters to Dissenting Ministers,supply some interesting hints; but the real Doddridge was first unveiled in the Correspondence, – Stanford's Philip Doddridge,is the best life at present, yet a better is desirable; Stanford has worked in valuable materials from unpublished sources, but his book needs revision.

Free Online Library: The persecution of Thomas Emlyn, (United Kingdom) by "Journal of Church and State"; Philosophy and religion Law Political science Freedom of religion Laws, regulations and rules Religious persecution Religious tolerance.

Among the latter an important movement against subscription arose in connection with the Exeter controversy, and at a great meeting held at Salters' Hall, inthe Dissenting ministers decided by a small majority not to meet the growing heresy by a test.2 At a still earlier period, Abernethy, in conjunction with a small group of friends.

A supplement to a little book entituled, A reasonable account why some pious nonconforming ministers cannot judg it lawful for them to perform their ministerial acts in publick solemn prayer, ordinarily, by the prescribed forms of others: wherein is examined whatsoever Mr.

Falconer in his book called, Libertas ecclesiastica, and Mr. Pelling in. Sermon Preach'd to the Societies for Reformation of Manners; at Salters-Hall, July 2, London, Claude. Answer to Monseur de Meaux's Book.

London, Cockburn, John. Dignity and Duty of a Married State. London. Collection of Hymnes for Love Feasts, Designed for the Use of Fetter-Lane Meeting. Colquhoun, P. v PREFACE. Many months ago, I was favoured with a perusal of the earliest records of the Independent church at Beccles.

An interest in the subject once excited, I went on to collect such other materials for its history as fell in my way: and the re-opening of its place of worship, after considerable alteration, appeared a suitable time for offering these records to notice, in a permanent.

SinceDaniel Neal () has had a had name among some adherents of Nonconformist traditions. Neal's massive The History of New-England () and The History of the Puritans () provided Dissenters with their most important histories of the early eighteenth century, but the books also inspired reactionary accounts of past Dissent.

Thomas Crosby's The. DEFOE, DANIEL (?–), journalist and novelist, was born in or in the parish of St. Giles's, Cripplegate.

This date is fixed by his statement in the preface to the ‘Protestant Monastery,’ publishedthat he was then in his sixty-seventh year. His grandfather, James Foe, kept a pack of hounds (Review, vol. vii. preface) and farmed his own estate at Elton, Northamptonshire.A.

Abbot, Hull (), ; Hollis scholar,; obtains Sprague gift, Abdere, Matthew (of Cambridge): deposition of, – Abny, Lady Mary,