The opinion of Sir Edmund Saunders (later Chief Justice) on ten points of Baxter’s Case, considered under the Conventicle Act.‘ (1.) If hee hath the Bishops Licence & bee not a Curate Lecturer or other promoted Ecclesiaticall person menconed in the Act I conceive hee may preach occasionall Sermons without conforming & not incurre any Penalty within this Act.’
Edmund Saunders’ opinion of Baxter’s case
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- ReferenceGB 123 DWL/RB/1/170
- Former ReferenceGB 123 Treatises iv.130
- Dates of Creation22 March 1674/5
- Physical Descriptionff 441-442 (f 442v is blank), 297 x 190 mm.
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Argent / Black iv.130; Thomas p.15
Partly (but inaccurately) printed in Rel. iii. 195. See also Rel. iii. 158-160.
- For Sir Edmund Sa(u)nders (d 1683) see McElligott, ODNB and Corr 1148. f 442r: ‘March 22˚ 1674/5 As I conceive Edm: Saunders’