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[Footnote 12:  Secretan, 2.]

[Footnote 13:  ‘A man,’ says his biographer, ’of singular earnestness, honesty, and practical ability, who was never wanting in times of danger, and never hesitated to discharge his duty at the cost of worldly advantage.’—­Life of Frampton, by T.S.  Evans.  Preface, x.]

[Footnote 14:  Quoted in Life of Ken, by a Layman, 753.]

[Footnote 15:  And even, by the permission of the Bishop of London, assisted in the service.—­Evans, 208.]

[Footnote 16:  Frampton to Kettlewell. Life of Kettlewell, App.  No. 18.]

[Footnote 17:  Life of Kettlewell, p. 169.]

[Footnote 18:  Id. 162, Secretan, 61.]

[Footnote 19:  Life of Kettlewell, App.  No. 25.]

[Footnote 20:  Life of Ken, by a Layman, 676.]

[Footnote 21:  Life of Kettlewell, 176.]

[Footnote 22:  Id. pp. 95, 182.]

[Footnote 23:  Id. 14.]

[Footnote 24:  Id. 172.]

[Footnote 25:  Id. 134.]

[Footnote 26:  Id. 172.]

[Footnote 27:  Hearne said of him, ’I take him to be the greatest scholar in Europe, when he died; but what exceeds that, his piety and sanctity were beyond compare.’—­June 15, 1711, p. 228.]

[Footnote 28:  Life of Ken, by a Layman, 540.]

[Footnote 29:  Reliq.  Hearnianae, 1710, March 4, p. 188.]

[Footnote 30:  Brokesby’s Life of Dodwell, 534.]

[Footnote 31:  No. 187.]

[Footnote 32:  Brokesby’s Life of Dodwell, chap. x. 73.]

[Footnote 33:  Hunt, J., Religious Thought in England, ii. 85.]

[Footnote 34:  Life of Ken, by a Layman, 705.]

[Footnote 35:  Dodwell’s Append. to Case in View, now in Fact, and his On Occasional Communion, Life, pp. 474 and 419.]

[Footnote 36:  Life of Kettlewell, 128.]

[Footnote 37:  Quoted in Brokesby’s Life of Dodwell, 546.]

[Footnote 38:  Id. 541.]

[Footnote 39:  Macaulay’s History of England, chap. 12.]

[Footnote 40:  Id.]

[Footnote 41:  Secretan, 63.]

[Footnote 42:  Nelson’s Life of Bull, 439.]

[Footnote 43:  Life of Kettlewell, App.  No. 3.]

[Footnote 44:  Life of Ken, &c., 718.]

[Footnote 45:  Hunt, ii. 375.]

[Footnote 46:  Letter to Nelson. Life of Bull, 441.]

[Footnote 47:  Life of Ken, &c., 719.]

[Footnote 48:  Hunt, ii. 76.]

[Footnote 49:  Hickes, 9, Enthusiasm Exorcised, 64.]

[Footnote 50:  Lathbury’s History of the Nonjurors, 216.  Seward speaks of him as ’this learned prelate.’—­Anecdotes of Distinguished Persons, 250.]

[Footnote 51:  Secretan, 70.  He was much fascinated by the writings of Madame Bourignon.—­Hearne to Rawlinson, quoted in Wilson’s History of Merchant Taylors, 957.]

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