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The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 6. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier), Old portraits and modern Sketches (search)
James Nayler, and his forlorn and draggled companions into Bristol. Sadly ludicrous is it; affecting us like the actual sigher jail does not appear, but the next we hear of him is at Bristol, in the fall of the year. His entrance into that city shoer to Ratcliffgate, along the streets to the High Cross of Bristol: at the High Cross they are laid hold of by the authoritiehead with the letter B; and that he be afterwards sent to Bristol, to be conveyed into and through the said city on horsebacthe brand was placed on his forehead. He was next sent to Bristol, and publicly whipped through the principal streets of tha God and man. His first act on leaving prison was to visit Bristol, the scene of his melancholy fall. There he publicly conf We find Roberts next following George Fox on a visit to Bristol. On his return, reaching his house late in the evening, at unmoved under the hail of cannon-shot from the walls of Bristol, confronted the well-plied culverins of Sherburne, charged