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[Footnote 83:  Secretan, 223.]

[Footnote 84:  The parallel with an interesting portion of I. Casaubon’s life is singularly close.  See Pattison’s Isaac Casaubon, chap. 5.]

[Footnote 85:  In conjunction with Archbishop Sharp, Smalridge, and Jablouski, &c.  See Chapter on ‘Comprehension, &c.’]

[Footnote 86:  Secretan, 221, note.  Nelson gives a full account of Dr. Grabe in his Life of Bull, 343-6.]

[Footnote 87:  Memoirs, 154.]

[Footnote 88:  Life of Ken, by a Layman, 619-20.]

[Footnote 89:  Secretan, 142.]

[Footnote 90:  Oglethorpe and Nelson sometimes met here.  Secretan, 211.]

[Footnote 91:  He was one of the many writers against the Deists.  It was to his credit, that although he had been strongly opposed to Atterbury in controversy, he earnestly supported him in what he thought an oppressive prosecution.—­Williams’ Memoirs of Atterbury, i. 417.]

[Footnote 92:  S. xx Works, ii. 252.]

[Footnote 93:  Bishop Magee, Charge at Northampton, October 1872.]

[Footnote 94:  J.J.  Blunt, Early Fathers, 19; also Archbishop Manning’s Essays, Series 2, 4.]

[Footnote 95:  Lord Somers’ ’Judgment of whole Kingdoms....  As to Rights of Kings,’ 1710, Sec. 117.]

[Footnote 96:  Life of Kettlewell, App.  No. 13.  Kettlewell uses the same words, Id. p. 87.]

[Footnote 97:  Letter to his Nephew, Nichols’ Lit.  An. iv. 219.]

[Footnote 98:  Lathbury, 94.]

[Footnote 99:  A letter from Burnet to Compton, quoted from the Rawl.  MSS. in Life of Ken, 527.]

[Footnote 100:  Birch’s Tillotson, lxxv.]

[Footnote 101:  Life of Kettlewell, 87.]

[Footnote 102:  Whaley N., Sermon before the University of Oxford, January 30, 1710, 16.]

[Footnote 103:  Lee’s Life of Kettlewell, 167.]

[Footnote 104:  Warburton’s ‘Alliance,’ iv. 173.]

[Footnote 105:  ’The supremacy of the Queen is, in the sense used by the noble lord, no better than a fiction.  There might have been such a supremacy down to the times of James II., but now there is no supremacy but that of the three estates of the realm and the supremacy of the law.’—­J.  Bright’s Speeches, ii. 475.]

[Footnote 106:  Lathbury, 129. Life of Kettlewell, 139.]

[Footnote 107:  Lathbury, 91.]

[Footnote 108:  Dodwell’s Further Prospect of the Case in View, 1707, 19, 111, quoted in Lathbury, 201, 203.]

[Footnote 109:  Birch’s Life of Tillotson, clxxxiii.]

[Footnote 110:  Life of Kettlewell, App. 17.]

[Footnote 111:  Hearne’s Reliquiae, ii. 257.]

[Footnote 112:  Lathbury, 388.]

[Footnote 113:  Secretan, 37, 65.]

[Footnote 114:  Hunt, 3, 257, and Cassan’s Lives of the Bishops of Winchester, 379.  Cassan, quoting from Noble, says Trimnell was a very good man,’whom even the Tories valued, though he preached terrible Whig sermons.’]

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