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Nonjurors

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:

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Copies of papers chiefly relating to the Nonjurors, 1689-1741

Copies of papers chiefly relating to the Nonjurors, 1689-1741, written chiefly A.D. 1730-1742.
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. hist. d. 1
Extents: 242 pages
Dates: written chiefly A.D. 1730-1742
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'Correspondence, etc., relating to Thomas Deacon, Non-Juror'

'Correspondence, etc., relating to Thomas Deacon, Non-Juror'
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. misc. d. 44
Extents: 24 Leaves
Dates: Type-written in 1912 by Edw. Deacon
Collection

Exercise Books of H.P.K. Skipton

Six exercise books containing notes by H.P.K. Skipton on the correspondence of Thomas Brett, nonjuror.
Extents: 6 shelfmarks
Dates: 20th cent.
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Letters and papers chiefly by or concerning Nonjurors

Letters and papers chiefly by or concerning Nonjurors, written chiefly about A.D. 1689-1713.
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. hist. b. 2
Extents: 308 Leaves
Dates: written chiefly about A.D. 1689-1713
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Papers, chiefly relating to William Cartwright a bishop among the Nonjurors (d. 1799)

Papers, chiefly relating to William Cartwright a bishop among the Nonjurors (d. 1799)
Shelfmark: MS. Add. D. 30
Extents: 98 Leaves
Dates: Written in A.D. 1784-1796 and 1837-1838
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Papers of Thomas Brett

Papers of Thomas Brett, consisting of: Letters to Thomas Brett, 1685-1744 Letters from Brett to his son Nicholas, 1732-33 Drafts and copies of letters of Brett, 1694-1743, n.d. Miscellaneous papers, 1705-35 Theological papers of Brett Account by Brett of the controversy among the nonjurors concerning the 'usages', with papers…
Extents: 25 shelfmarks
Dates: 1685-1744
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Papers relating to dr. George Hickes

Papers relating to dr. George Hickes
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. misc. e. 4
Extents: 60 Leaves
Dates: Written chiefly about A.D. 1712
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Rawlinson Manuscripts

Rawlinson's manuscripts, consisting of: Rawlinson A: English history Rawlinson B: English history Rawlinson C: History, theology Rawlinson D: Miscellaneous Rawlinson E: Sermons Rawlinson F: Poetry Rawlinson G: Classics Rawlinson H: Letters Rawlinson I: Mainly theology …
Extents: 5122 shelfmarks
Dates: 8th-18th century
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Three Commonplace Books of Nonjurors

Three commonplace books of nonjurors. The books include entries on theological subjects (some from printed sources, especially Minucius Felix's Octavius), and a list of the published works of nonjurors John Milner, George Hickes and Thomas Wagstaffe.
Extents: 3 shelfmarks
Dates: Late 17th-early 18th cent.