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CHAPTER X.

1670-1676.

Conventicle Act renewed-Lord Lauderdale-Fears of the Bishops about

the increase of Popery-Bishop Ward-Grove-Serjeant Fountain

-Judge Vaughan- The King connives at the Toleration of the Non-

conformists-Shuts up the Exchequer—The Dispensing Declaration

-License applied for on Baxter's behalf-Pinper's Hall Lecture-

CHAPTER XII.

1681-1687.

The continued Sufferings of Baxter-Apprehended and his Goods dis.

trained_Could obtain vo Redress—General Sufferings of the Dis-

senters-Mayot's Legacy-Baxter again apprehended and bound to

his good behaviour_Trial of Rosewell for High Treason-Baxter

brought before the Justices, and again bound over-His concluding

Reflections on the State of his own Times-Death of Charles II.-

Fox's notice of the Treatment of the Dissenters, and of the Trial of

Baxter--Apprehended on a Charge of Sedition-Brought to Trial-

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