Baxter's notes on the Bill for Comprehension, includes: ‘The Commission for Alterations must be executed before any dissenter can declare the required Approbation of Doctrines worship & discipline.’
Baxter’s remarks on the Bill for Comprehension
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Scope and Content
Date is given according to Thomas: 'Baxter mentions 20 (not 30) Commissioners which suggest the date.
Other Finding Aids
Argent / Black vii.219 (also listed as vii.25); Thomas p.22
- See The Entring Book of Roger Morrice 1677-1691 Volume II The reign of Charles II 1677-1685 ed. J Spurr (Woodbridge 2007) 258-9, 354, Volume IV The Reign of James II 1687-1689 ed S Taylor (Woodbridge 2007) 45-6, 64, 157 and Volume V The Reign of William III 1689-1691 ed M Knights (Woodbridge 2007) 28, 35-6, 40, 42, 47-8, 53, 55-6, 61, 79, 81, 82, 89, 138, 142 for Morrice’s account of the various parliamentary comprehension bills.
- See also Entring Book Glossary and DWL/RB/1/223.