2 edition of diary of John Milward Esq. member of Parliament for Derbyshire, September, 1666 to May,1668 found in the catalog.
diary of John Milward Esq. member of Parliament for Derbyshire, September, 1666 to May,1668
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A strong reform agitation in secured the unopposed return of the Whig John Warre and Milward’s nephew Frederick North, who became a pragmatic reformer in order to safeguard the interest. To add iniquity to iniquity, the conventicle act was passed, decreeing, that if any person, above the age of sixteen years be present at any meeting for worship, different from the church of England, where there shall be five persons more than the household, they shall, for the first offence, suffer three months imprisonment, or pay five pounds ; for the second, the punishment is doubled; and.
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