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1. House called Bodwell House, Tuynycoied (Tynycoied) .........Indep.

Cong. Cong.


1. House of William Winne, Christianate (Christionydd).....
2. House of John Hughes, Glimmin (? Glyn)
3. House of Elizabeth Elston, Kensfroid (? Tynford

or ? Her d)
4. House of John Roberts, Ruthin
5. House of David Thomas, Wimblinglyn
6. House of John Hughes, Wilxham (Wrexham)

.Cong. ..Cong. Presbyt.



1. House of Luke Lloyd, Bryn
2. Houses of James Jackson, Katherine Key and

William Bennett, Hanmer
3. House of John Prichard, Penyralt, Denbigh (Flintshire)..



1. House of Henry Griffith, Bishopston

Cong. 2. House of Lewis Rees, Kellygare (Gellegaer)

.Cong. 3. House of Rice Powell, called Kildandy

.Presbyt. 4. House of William Rowland, Llanfabon

.Cong. Ŝ. Houses of Joshua Franklin and Edward Williams,

Llangennyth (Llangennech), Carmarthen (Glarmorgan) ... Indep. 6. House of Llewellin Morgan, Llangewyth (Llangewydd) ...Anabap. 7. House of Elizabeth Morgan, Neath

..Presbyt. 8. House of Robert Gethen, Nicholaston

.Cong, 9. House of Richard Devan, Roxilly (Roscilly)

.Cong. 10. House of Widow Williams, St. Bride

.Anabap. 11. House of Stephen Hughes, Swansea



1. House of Ellis Davis, Bodvegny (? Bodgadvan)
2. House of Mary Lloyd, Cymvell (? Cynfal)
3. House of John Owen, Errowgoyed (? Erwgoed)
4. House of David Williams, Peniarth

.Cong. .Cong. .Cong. Cong.


1. House of John Kynaston, Bryng (? Bryn-Ayre)
2. House of Widow Morris, Newto(w)n
3. House of David Rogers, Welshpool

Cong .Presbyt. .Presbyt.


1. Houses of John Philips and Mark Gibbons, Uzmaston......Presbyt.


.Cong. ..Cong.

1. Houses of Richard Mills and Thomas Price,

Glascombe (Glascwm) 2. House of Ann King, Llanbister 3. House of Thomas Tonman, Llanyhangel (Llanfihangel)

Nant Melan 4. House Richard Griffith,

)o 5. House of John Weaver, New Radnor


Osmund Airy.
Osmund Airy.
Joseph Besse.


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John Brown. 'John Bunyan.' 1885.

John Browne. "History of Congregationalism

in Norfolk and

Suffolk.' 1877.

E. Cardwell. 'Documentary Annals of the Reformed Church of England.' 1839.

W. P. Christie. A Life of Anthony Ashley Cooper, first Earl of Shaftesbury.' 1871.


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H. M. Dexter. 'The Congregationalism of the last 300 years, as seen
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Dictionary of National Biography.
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H. H. Ellis. 'Original Letters.' 2nd Series.
G. E. Evans. Vestiges of Protestant Dissent.'


T. S. Evans. The Life of Robert Frampton, Bishop of Gloucester. 1876. S. R. Gardiner. 'The first two Stuarts and the Puritan Revolution.' (Epochs of Modern History).

John Gough. History of the People called Quakers.' 1789.
Hallam. Constitutional History of England.'


R. Halley. 'Lancashire, its Puritanism and Nonconformity.' 1869.
A. H. Hamilton. 'Quarter Sessions from Queen Elizabeth to Queen

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Home and Foreign Review.
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No. 1.

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History of England. 1849.

A. Lang.

M. T. Lister. 'Life of Edward, Earl of Clarendon.' 1852.

D. Masson.

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'Life of Milton.' 1859-1880.

Congregationalism in Yorkshire.'


Mignet. Négociations relatives à la Succession d'Espagne.'


D. Neal. History of the Puritans.' 1837.

B. Nightingale. Lancashire Nonconformity.' 1890-3.

Wm. Orme. Life of Owen.'


J. H. Overton. 'Life in the English Church, 1660-1714.' 1885.
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Dean Plumptre. 'Thomas Ken.'


L. Von Ranke. History of England principally in the Seventeenth Century.' 1875.

Thomas Rees.

'History of Nonconformity in Wales.' 1861. W. Sewell. History of the Quakers.' 1725.

W. A. Shaw. A History of the English Church, 1640-1660.' 1900.
R. Slate. Select Nonconformists' Remains.'


E. Stanford. 'Joseph Alleine: his companions and times.' 1861.
John Stoughton. 'Church of the Restoration.' 1870.

John Stoughton. 'Church and State Two Hundred Years Ago.' 1862.
G. M. Trevelyan. 'England under the Stuarts.' 1904.

W. Urwick. 'Nonconformity in Hertfordshire.' 1884.

W. Urwick. Historical Sketches of Nonconformity in the County Palatine of Chester.' 1864.

W. Urwick. 'Nonconformity in Worcester.' 1897.

John Waddington. Congregational History from 1200 to 1880.' 1869-1880. John Waddington. Surrey Congregational History.' 1866.

W. Wilson.The History and Antiquities of Dissenting Churches and Meeting-House in London, Westminster, and Southwark.'


Sir H. Ashurst.

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T. Brown. 'Miscellanea Aulica.' 1702.
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Ed. Calamy. 'An Abridgement of Mr. Baxter's History of his Life and

Times.' 1702.

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Camden Society:

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Correspondence of the Family of Halton.
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Cheetham Society:--

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1673 and 1674.


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'Harleian Miscellany.'

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'Historical Manuscript Commission Reports.'
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W. Kennet. 'Chronicle, ecclesiastical and civil.'
'A Lancashire Diary.' Privately circulated.
certain Roger Lowe.
'Middlesex Records.' iii and iv.

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1876. Brief diary of a

S. Palmer.

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Sir J. Reresby. Memoirs.' 1734.

'Somers' Tracts.'

Surtees Society:

'The Correspondence of John Cosin, Bishop of Durham.'
'Memoirs of the Life of Ambrose Barnes.'
'Dean Granville's Remains.'


M. Sylvester. 'Life of Baxter.' 1696.
Lady Verney. 'Verney Memoirs.'
John Walker.

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'Christian Progress of that ancient servant and minister of Jesus Christ, George Whitehead.'

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James Welwood. 'Memoirs of the most material Transactions, &c.' 1700. 46th Report of the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records. 1886.



The Church Lurcher Unkennelled.'

1661. 'A Covenanter's Plea against Absolvers.' Theophilus Timorcus. 1661. 'A Renunciation and Declaration of the Congregational Churches.' 'Terms of Accommodation.'







'State Divinity,' by Roger L'Estrange.

The Civil Rights and Conveniences of Episcopacy.'

'Mirabilis Annus.' H. Jessey. (?)

'A Fanatick's Alarm.'

'A Plain Record or Declaration shewing the Original Root and Race of Persecutors.' H. F.

'Sions Groans for her distressed.'



1661. A Complaint of the Oppressed against Oppressors.'

1661. 1662.

For the King and both Houses of Parliament.'

'The Bishop of Worcester's Letter to a Friend.'


'A Letter unto a Person of Honour and Quality, containing some Animadversions upon the Bishop of Worcester's Letter' (Attributed to Bagshaw).

1662. The Reformed Presbyterian.' R. L.


1662. Jerub-baal, or the Pleader impleaded.'




1663.? Prelatique Preachers None of Christ's Teachers.'

1663. 'Evangelium Armatum.'

1663. The XXIV. Cases concerning Things Indifferent in Religious Worship Considered.'


1663. A moderate Short Discourse concerning Conscience.' John Bradshaw.


Reasons Against


1663. 'The Dew of Hermon.' Fair-Warning, or XXV Indulgence of Popery.' 1663. A Speech visibly spoken in the Presence of the Lords and Commons.'

1662. Advice to a Friend, in a Letter written in an Answer to this quaere: What do you think of the Act of Uniformitv?' 1663. True Peace: or a Moderate Discourse written long since by

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The Hardway to Heaven Explained and applied in a Sermon.' 'Irenicum.' E. Stillingfleet.

'Account of the new Sect of Latitude-Men.' S. P[arker] ?

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The Recantation of a Penitent Proteus.' R. Wild.

the no less famous than learned Sir Thoinas Bacon.'

1663. Mene Tekel.' Leophilus Misotyrannus.
'Cabala' (Attributed to Sir J. Birkenhead).
1663. Rules of Life.' Lewis Griffin.


1663. Asses Complaint against Balaam.' L. Griffin.




1663. 'Balaam's Reply to the Asse.' H. W. Cur Percussisti.' H. G. 'The Asse beaten for Bawling.' 'Work for Cooper, or a Bone for the Doctor to pick.' John Dauncey.

Edmund Cooper.

Collected in

book form

by L. Blunt.


1664. 1664.


1664. 1664.

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'The Preachers' Guard and Guide.' R. Seppens.
The Jury-man charged.'

The Liberty of the Subject by Magna Carta.'

'Christian Religious Meetings Allowed by the Liturgie.' K. F.

1664. A True and Impartial Narrative of the Remarkable Providences

of the Living God of Heaven and Earth.'

The Cry of the Innocent and Oppressed for Justice.'

Antipharmacum Saluberrimum." (Attributed to Mr. Flavel.}
The Sufferer's Catechism.'

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1664. A Call to Archippus.'


The Voice of a Cry at Midnight.' 1664. 'A Second Relation from Hertford.' 1664. 'A Lamentation over England.' M. W.

W. S.

1665. 'A Loving Salutation, with Several Seasonable Exhortations.' R. F. and Thomas Salthouse.


Unto all that wait in Sion.' Wm. Green.

1665. 'A Friendly Letter to the Flying Clergy.' J. W.

1665. 'The Wounded-Heart, ΟΙ the Juryman's Offences Declared.' Thomas Leader.

1667. 'A Discourse of the Religion of England.'


The Inconveniences of Toleration."


Bentivolyo, or Goodwill to all that are Called Unconformists.' 1667. A Proposition for the Safety and Happiness of the King and


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'Balaam's Asse Cudgell'd.' Robert Chamberlain.
'A Dose for Chamberlain and a Pill for the Doctor.'
Wm. Cook.

'Doctor Cooper at Work upon Dauncey's Bones, and Cook licking his Fingers after his Dose and 'Pill.' Nath. Wildoe.

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1667. 'The Judgment of Mr. Baxter concerning Ceremonies and Conformity.'

1667. 'Persecution appearing With its own Open Face in William


1668. A Word to the Saints from the Watch Tower.' F. H.
Anarchie Reviving, or, the Good old Cause on the Anvile.'

1668. Liberty of Conscience Upon its true and proper Grounds.'


1668. A Few Sober Queries Upon the Late Proclamation for enforcing the Laws against Conventicles.'

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Insolence and Impudence triumphant.'

1669. A Case of Conscience, Whether Nonconformist


come to live at London.'

1670. A True Declaration of our Innocency, who in scorn are called

Quakers.' J. S.

Ancient 1670. 'The People's and


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1670. Persecution Inconsistant with Christianity.'

1670. 'A Short Relation of some part of the Sad Sufferings, etc.'

1670. The Popish Informer Reprehended.'


1670. The Non-Conformist made Conformable.'

1670. 'Non-Conformists No Schismaticks No Rebels.'

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Liberties Asserted.' W. Penn.

1670. The Toleration Intolerable.'


1670. An Antidote against Mr. Baxter's Palliated Cure of Church Divisions.'

1670. Some Seasonable and Serious Queries Upon the late Act against


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