The Early English Baptists, المجلد 2

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CHAPTER I
1
The Coronation
7
The morals of the Clergy
14
The spread of Republican principles
17
The prevalence of Baptist principles
20
The mode of Baptism
51
The conflict of the Commons with the King
57
Elevation of Laud to the Primacy
65
Political changes
144
Henry Jessey embraces Baptist views
149
Rise of Associations
169
Richard proclaimed
236
Monkhis duplicity c
242
The Presbyterians aid in the Restoration
249
The bodies of Cromwell and others dishonoured
255
The spirit of the Presbyterians
262

proclaimed by the Scots
66
The Star ChamberNonconformist sufferings
71
Influence of the Laudian School
83
Moral state of Wales
89
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91
Feeling against Laud
97
Hostility to the Bishops
103
Works on Baptism
112
Character of the Cavaliers
118
Tombes and Baxter
120
Rise of sects
124
Cause of their increase
130
Increase of Baptists
136
Progress of Baptist sentiments
142
Venner and the Fifth Monarchy Men
270
Trial and martyrdom of John James
280
Passing of the Corporation Act
286
Prayer Book modified
292
Sheldonhis hostility to the Nonconformists
298
Trial of Keach
306
State of the Court and Government
312
Toleration promised
319
George Fox and the Baptists in Leicester Carlisle and Scotland
326
Attitude of the Patriots
332
Efforts for training ministers
339
Character of Charles
346
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