The Winthrop Woman Quotes

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"'One party,' said Mr. Cotton, his beautiful voice ringing to the rafters, 'is but seeking to advance the grace of God within us, while the other seeks to advance the grace of God towards us, and so there is no need for conflict.'" p. 283

"'Well, Bess —-' said Patrick fumbling for his pipe, and shrugging. 'The way I see it, His Worship and the magistrates and reverends have somehow turned a woman's liking for one kind of preaching above another kind o' preaching into a hideous crime against the Commonwealth, 'n that's the nubbin o' it.'" p. 308

"Then Mrs. Hutchinson said, 'I desire to know wherefore I am banished.' Governor Winthrop answered, as haughty as a Duke: 'Say no more! The court knows wherefore, and is satisfied.' And that was the end of it." p. 310

"'I am made of cobweb that tears...

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