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forgiveness for the wrong be had done him. The parish vicar of Siddington at this time was George Bull, afterwards Bishop of St. David's, whom Macaulay speaks of as the only rural parish priest wrist Jesus, the Minister of the everlasting Covenant; but the present Priest of the Parish is George Bull. Bishop. Do you say that drunken old Man was better than Mr. Bull? I tell you, I account Mr. Bull? I tell you, I account Mr. Bull as sound, able, and orthodox a Divine as any we have among us. J. Roberts. I am sorry for that; for if he be one of the best of you, I believe the Lord will not suffer you long; for he is Mr. Bull as sound, able, and orthodox a Divine as any we have among us. J. Roberts. I am sorry for that; for if he be one of the best of you, I believe the Lord will not suffer you long; for he is a proud, ambitious, ungodly Man: he hath often sued me at Law, and brought his Servants to swear against me wrongfully. His Servants themselves have confessed to my Servants, that I might have theirMarkets, and sold them, without giving me any Account. Bishop. I do assure you I will inform Mr. Bull of what you say. J. Roberts. Very well. And if thou pleasest to send for me to face him, I