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THE

CHURCH HISTORY OF

BRITAIN;

FROM

THE BIRTH OF JESUS CHRIST UNTIL

THE YEAR M.DC.XLVIII.

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SECT. V.

TO

DANIEL HARVEY, ES Q.,

HIGH SHERIFF OF SURREY a.

I am sufficiently sensible of the great distance and dispropor

tion betwixt my meanness and your worth, as at all other times, 80 novo especially, whilst you are a prime officer in public employment. Despairing, therefore, that my pen can produce any thing meet for your entertainment, I have en deacoured in this Section to accommodate you with company fittest for your concerse, being all no meaner than statesmen, and most of them pricy counsellors, in their several letters

about the grand business of conformity. God in due time bless you and your honourable consort with

such issue as may be a comfort to you and a credit to all your relations.

ERY strongly Leicester, (though at the A. D. 1982. council-table politicly complying with

A form of the rest of the lords, and concurring discipline always with their results when sitting of hy the in conjunction with them,) when alone, brethren

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• (Arms. Or, on a chief in. lord Montague, of Boughtor., dented sable three crescents Fuller's great friend. At the argent. Third son of Thomas Restoration he was made ranger Harvey, esq. and Joan bis wife, of Richmond Park, (17th Aug. daughter of John Halke, esq., 1660,) and was therefore un. both of the county of Kent. doubtedly a good royalist. Af. He was brother to the cele terwards he was employed as brated Dr. William Harvey, ambassador at Constantinople, who discovered the circulation and received the honour of of the blood, and married Eli- knighthood. The year of his zabeth, daughter of Edward death I have not discovered.)

FULLER, VOL. v.

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