Freedom After Ejection; A Review (1690-1692) of Presbyterian and Congregational Nonconformity in England and Wales

Freedom After Ejection; A Review (1690-1692) of Presbyterian and Congregational Nonconformity in England and Wales

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1917 edition. Excerpt: ...to 2o persons at Stoke St. Mary, Som. Licensed, 2o Apr. 1672, as "Presb. Teacher in his howse," St. James's parish, Taunton. Here he continued to preach till death. (C. F. P. T.) 92 GLASCOCK, FRANCIS (d. 17o6?). P. Read lectures privately to some of Charles Morton's former pupils, after 1685. Minister at Drury Lane, West-minster. Attended as a Manager of the reconstituted Fund on 7 D. 17o2. Chosen, 17o5, a lecturer at Pinners' Hall, though a Presbyterian, in succession to Thomas Rowe. In 17o6 Glascock was succeeded by John Collins, secundus (see Collins, John, M.A.). After his death, Robert Trail, M.A. q.v., published, "Some Propositions Concerning The Two Cove-nants: Whether the Gospel be a New Law; and Repentance be a Condition of Justification. By the late... Francis Glascock," 17o8. This is against the positions of Daniel Williams, D.D. q.v.. Trail, in his Preface (8 Apr. 17o8), em-phasises the fact that "Mr Glascock was a Presbyterian." (M. W.) 2 GLASGOW (' Glasco '). 49, 182 GLASTONBURY. Ejected here was Samuel Winney q.v.. 94?GLEDDALL, i.e. probably GLEDHILL, JOHN (1661--1o Dec. 1727). C. Born at Norland, parish of Halifax, Yorks. Entered Frankland's Academy, 1 O. 1679. Preacher at Moorfield, Yorks. Member of the Congregational church at Topcliffe, W.R., 1691. Minister at Moor Lane, Colchester, from Dec. 1693 (dis-missed from Topcliffe to this charge, 15 July 1694) till death. Died at Colchester. (Fr. Fun. Serm. by John Barher, 1728; My.) 2 GLEMSFORD (' Glensford '). 1o7 GLOUCESTER (' Glocester'). Ejected here was James Forbes, M.A. q.v.. Calamy inserts here Increase Mather, D.D. (1639--23 Aug. 1723), though admitting that he was not one of the ejected; he left Gloucester before the Restoration; it was in...show more

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  • Paperback | 198 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 11mm | 363g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123657723X
  • 9781236577238