The Brownists conventicle: or an assemble of Brownists, separatists, and non-conformists, as they met together at a private house to heare a sermon of a brother of theirs neere Algate, being a learned felt-maker. Contayning the whole discourse of his exposition, with the manner and forme of his preaching, praying, giving thankes before and after dinner and supper, as it was lately heard and now discovered by a brother of theirs who is turned out of their society upon some discontent, to be buffeted by Sathan [sic]. His auditors were button-makers, translaters, weavers, box-makers, with divers other holy brethren and sisters.
|Main Author:||Taylor, John, 1580-1653.|
|Corporate Authors:||Early English Books Online.|
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