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Reasons for his abstaining from all intercourse with Dr. Burnet, whose "acquaintance and constant conversation was only with the disaffected to our Church and State," and who by his eleemosynary lecture set up here for faction and popularity; but he has now, at the desire of the Marq. d'Abbeville, the English envoy, been forbidden the court; Loo, 31 Mar 1687

MS. Rawl. C. 983, fol. 110

  • Request

The writer has told the Marquis that he was expressly directed by Bp. Compton to withhold himself from Dr. Burnet; remarks on the applications for the employment at Court from Mr. Berkeley and the bp.'s nephew; Mr. Berkeley is the only true Church of England man here.


  • Creation: 31 Mar 1687


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MS. Rawl. C. 983, fol. 110

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