3 edition of A Protestant prentice"s loyal advice to all his fellow-apprentices in and about London found in the catalog.
A Protestant prentice"s loyal advice to all his fellow-apprentices in and about London
|Statement||by T.S. apprentice|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 509:33|
|The Physical Object|
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John Graskell, apprentice on Mount Sinai in the same parish, was found guilty of 'insubordination and trying to instill into his fellow apprentices the same'. He received a harsher sentence of 24 lashes and 14 days hard labour Other unspecified instances of ex-slaves. English Protestant nonconformists.
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" " Meantime," rejoined the clergyman, " Lady Churchill, who ever possessed an influence over the princess Anne, exerts, at the instance of her lord, all her powers of persuasion ; and to such good effect, that, on the return of James to London, he learns the flight of his daughter, also ; accompanied by his old friend, the Bishop of London.
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