Bishop Morley's responses on the means of uniting the protestant ministers in England. Fairly written by an unknown hand (but incomplete here; the second sheet being in vol. I, art. 47). The marginal notes appear to have been written by Dr Morley himself headed as above by Baxter.
Bishop George Morley's answers
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- ReferenceGB 123 DWL/RB/1/337
- Former ReferenceGB 123 Treatises vii.84 Treatises vii.283
- Dates of Creation1600-1699
- Physical Descriptionff 350-351; 300 x 217 mm.
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See DWL/RB/1/57; 411
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Argent / Black vii.283 (also listed as vii.84); Thomas p.13
- The text of it is printed in Rel. iii. 110-113, with Baxter’s answers thereto in Rel. iii. 113-140. See also the MS ‘Reliques’, art. 6, (2), (3). Cf Rel. Appendix p. 121 (§ xiii).
- See also Baxter's An apology for the nonconformists ministry: containing I. The reasons of their preaching. II. An answer to the accusations urged as reasons for the silencing of about 2000, by Bishop Morley, … and many others. III. Reasons proving it the duty and interest of the bishops and conformists to endeavour earnestly their restoration... Written in 1668, and 1669, for the most of it … as an account to the silencers of the reasons of our practice. (1681) and Rel iii, 188.