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" the records of the Plymouth Church, it is stated that "they ordinarily met at his (Brewster's) house on the Lord's Day, which was within a manor of the bishop's; and with great love he entertained them when they came, making provision for them to his... "
Chronicles of the Pilgrim Fathers of the Colony of Plymouth, from 1602-1625 ... - 20. oldal
szerző: Alexander Young - 1841 - 504 oldal
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New-England's Memorial

Nathaniel Morton - 1669 - 515 oldal
...says he, in his Life of William Brewster, " at his (Brewster's) house on the Lord's day, which was a manor of the bishop's, and with great love he entertained...provision for them to his great charge, and continued so to do whilst they could stay in England." This, when it is combined with the preceding note of place,...

New-England's Memorial

Nathaniel Morton - 1826 - 481 oldal
...they were joined into communion, he was a special stuy and help t* them. They ordinarily met at his house on the Lord's day, which was within a. manor of the bishop's. With great love he entertained them, when they «ame t making provision for them to his great charge;...

The Journal of the Pilgrims at Plymouth, in New England, in 1620: Reprinted ...

George Barrell Cheever - 1849 - 369 oldal
...For a while, until the persecution grew too hot, they usually met at his house on the Lord's day, " and with great love he entertained them when they...making provision for them to his great charge." And when at length in 1607 they were driven to the enterprise of their pilgrimage to Holland, he was one...

History of the Puritans in England, and The Pilgrim Fathers

1850 - 508 oldal
...Churchfonuwas a special stay and help to them. They ordinarily met at his house on the Lord's day, which was a manor of the bishop's, and with great love he entertained...provision for them to his great charge; and continued so to do whilst they could stay in England. And when they were to remove out of the country, he was...

Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

Massachusetts Historical Society - 1852
...Life of Elder Brewster. " They [the Church] ordinarily met at his house on the Lord's day, which was a manor of the Bishop's, and with great love he entertained...provision for them to his great charge, and continued so to do while they could stay in England."* Now though "near the joining borders of three counties...

Collections Concerning the Church Or Congregation of Protestant Separatists ...

Joseph Hunter - 1854 - 205 oldal
...ordinarily met," says he, in his Life of William Brewster, " at his house on the Lord's Day, which was a manor of the bishop's, and with great love he entertained...provision for them to his great charge, and continued so to do whilst they could stay in England." 7 This, when it is combined with the preceding note of...

The Christian Reformer, Or, Unitarian Magazine and Review, 10. kötet

1854
...narrative, that his treatment of the worshipers who flocked to Scrooby was of the most liberal kind ; " with great love he entertained them when they came,...provision for them to his great charge, and continued so to do whilst they could stay in England." Mr. Hunter describes with his accustomed felicity the...

Chief of the Pilgrim

Rev. Ashbel Steele - 1857
...conceive, beyond all possibility of doubt, the actual village, and the very house." It was this : " They ordinarily met at his (Brewster's) house on the Lord's day, which was a manor of the Bishops." 4 A bishop's manor, or manor house, is no vague expression; it is something...

Chief of the Pilgrims, Or, The Life and Time of William Brewster: Ruling ...

Ashbel Steele - 1857 - 416 oldal
...conceive, beyond all possibility of doubt, the actual village, and the very house." It was this: " They ordinarily met at his (Brewster's) house on the Lord's day, which was a manor of the Bishops." 4 A bishop's manor, or manor house, is no vague expression; it is something...

Chief of the Pilgrims, Or, The Life and Time of William Brewster: Ruling ...

Ashbel Steele - 1857 - 416 oldal
...conceive, beyond all possibility of doubt, the actual village, and the very house." It was this: " They ordinarily met at his (Brewster's) house on the Lord's day, which was a manor of the Bishops."* A bishop's manor, or manor house, is no vague expression; it is something...




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