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sufferings of the clergy during the Great Rebellion

John Walker

sufferings of the clergy during the Great Rebellion

by John Walker

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Published by Parker in Oxford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby John Walker.
The Physical Object
Paginationxxiv, 320p. ;
Number of Pages320
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21686489M

His son, Lionel Gatford, D.D., contributed a highly coloured account of his parents' sufferings during the civil war to John Walker's Sufferings of the Clergy. Gatford has a Greek distich in Ralph Winterton's Hippocratis Aphorismi. Works. "Walker Revised: being a revision of John Walker's sufferings of the clergy during the Grand Rebellion " by Arnold Gwynne, Matthews; pp. ; Oxford University Press; (BX M38 YaleUnLibrary) * "It is clear that you are well aware of the religious turmoil in England at this time, a hangover from the Henrician Reformation, the.

In Skibbereen, which became infamous for the sufferings of its people, the Church of Ireland minister, Revd Caulfield, was giving 1, people one free pint of soup each day. In Belfast a privately funded relief committee in Ballymacarrett gave soup to o people daily, about 60 per cent of the local (predominantly Protestant) population. together with an examination of the chapter by John Walker, (Known colloquially as Walker’s Sufferings of the Clergy.) see also Walker Revised: being revision of John Walker’s Sufferings of the Clergy during the Grand Rebellion , Oxford University Press, PARLIAMENTARIAN CLERGY Calamy Revised.

  The American Revolution was often called by loyalists a “Presbyterian Rebellion” after the reformed Presbyterian church movement and its governance by a group of equal, elected leaders & representative courts. Many colonists governed this way in their churches & colonies, and held to ideas of Protestant Reformation. Over eighty titles in the Rare Book Collection pertain to the events preceding, during, and following the Irish Rebellion of Included are pamphlets, memoirs, biographies, histories, three contemporary newspapers, and a complete set of the Irish Parliamentary Debates as well as court proceedings and parliamentary reports.


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Following the publication in of Edmund Calamy’s Account of those ministers ejected from their livings following the restoration of the monarchy inbetween and the publication of The Sufferings of the Clergy inJohn Walker was sent ‘over a thousand letters’ (p.

9), together with some contemporary correspondence and legal documents dating back to the s and the s, which detailed the travails of those clergymen.

Sufferings of the Clergy The publication of Edmund Calamy 's Account (–), on the nonconformist ministers silenced and ejected after the English Restoration, suggested to Charles Goodall and to Walker a similar work on the deprived and sequestered clergy.

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WALKER, John. AN ATTEMPT TOWARDS RECOVERING AN ACCOUNT OF THE NUMBERS AND SUFFERINGS OF THE CLERGY OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND, Head of Colleges, Fellows, Scholars, &c, who were Sequester'd, Harrass'd, &c. in the late Times of the Grand Rebellion: Occasion'd by the Ninth Chapter (now the Second Volume) of Dr.

Calamy's. John Walker's "Sufferings of the clergy during the Grand Rebellion" was published in to counter Edmund Calamy's attack on the Anglican Church for its ejection of Nonconformists from benefices after the : A.G.

Matthews. Walker, An Attempt towards Recovering an Account of the Numbers and Sufferings of the Clergy of the Church of England (), 2 parts [sic], 1, pp.

1–2. For a discussion of the royalist clergy’s sufferings, see Ian Green, ‘The Persecution of “Scandalous” and “Malignant” Parish Clergy during the English Civil War’, EHR, 94 ( Cited by: 3. Get this from a library. The sufferings of the clergy during the Great Rebellion.

[John Walker]. All who work on church history between and are indebted to A. Matthews for his biographical reference books on the clergy of both sides who were ejected from their livings: Calamy Revised: being a revision of Edmund Calamy’s Account of the ministers and others ejected and silenced –2 (Oxford ), and Walker Revised: being Cited by:   Written and compiled by John Walker.

"An attempt to wards recovering an account of the numbers and sufferings of the Clergy of the Church of England, Heads of Colleges, fellows, Scholars etc." Contains the names of very many clergy and provides biographical details such as the name of his father and any other important relations, where educated, career Author: John Walker.

Walker Revised: Being a revision of John Walker's 'Sufferings of the Clergy during the Grand Rebellion ' by A G Matthews Pub. Clarendon Press, Oxford, (reprint).

Hardback in dustjacket. pages. The controversy between the Church and Dissent including concise biographical details in gazetteer form by county of the thousands involved. He underwent much suffering during the Interregnum when along with his family he was ejected from their home.

It is generally supposed that he attended Charles I. the sons and daughters of clergy by John Walker, an Exeter clergyman. He incorpo-rated them, in edited versions, in a book published in that is now commonly referred to as The Sufferings of the Clergy.3 For the children of ejected clergy these events had been very difficult indeed, and they later referred to this period as a “black”.

The sufferings of the clergy during the Great Rebellion John Walker Not In Library. Human corruption Rickman Not In Library. Publishing History This is a chart to show the when this publisher published books.

Along the X axis is time, and on the y axis is the count of editions published. Common Subjects Search for books published by.Life. He was born at Norwich, and was educated at Norwich School and at Caius College, Cambridge, where he was scholar and afterwards fellow.

On taking orders he was appointed secretary to John Overall, Bishop of Lichfield, and then domestic chaplain to Richard Neile, Bishop of December he was made a prebendary of Durham, and on 9 Education: Norwich Grammar School.A.G.

Matthews, Walker revised a revision of John Walker's Sufferings of the Clergy during the Grand Rebellion () [re the establishment clergy who were ejected from their livings during the Civil War and Commonwealth]; see also C.E.

Surman, A.G. Matthews' Walker revised. supplementary index of 'intruders' and others (Dr Williams.