Notes and Queries, Number 57, November 30, 1850

Notes and Queries, Number 57, November 30, 1850

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Excerpt: the end of Francis Peck's Memoirs of Cromwell, it appears that Peck had prepared for publication a Life of Mr. Nicholas Ferrar, no doubt the manuscript collections noticed by MR. RIMBAULT (p. 407.): "Little Gidding," it has been observed, "was in England what Port Royal was in France. Ardent devotion to the Redeemer characterised both. In each, peace, charity, good order, and love to the souls and bodies of men, were eminently exhibited; upon each the hand of persecution fell with unrelenting severity. Port Royal was destroyed by the Jesuits; Little Gidding by the Puritans." J.Y. Hoxton. Arminian Nunnery in Huntingdonshire (Vol. ii., p. 407.).show more

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