Letter from John Raynolds to Baxter

Scope and Content

Letter from Dr J. Raynolds to Baxter, at Kidderminster, Wolverhampton. ‘Honorable Sir, Though your late determinatn of the use of a liturgy hath afforded me much satisfaction, yet not so much (I must confesse) as to draw me ambobus ire pedibus in sententiam. & that I am dissatisfied with yours, I’m sure is my sorrow, & I suspect it to be my error.’ f 373r: ‘WolverHampton July 20th. your professedly cordiall friend & servant J. Raynolds’ f 373v: ‘To his highly honored friend Mr Richard Baxter Minister at Kiderminster’


Black gives the year as 1661 and Thomas as 1660

Other Finding Aids

Argent / Black iv.104, Thomas p.10


This is Corr 676. For John Reynolds (Raynolds, Reignolds) (1631/2-1683) see Corr 676, 677, 810, 845, 933, 946, 956, 992, CR and Rel iii, 48.