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John Biddle May without impropriety be called the father of English Unitarianism; for though,
h ought to adorn the Christian character.
Mr. Biddle was born at Wotton-under-Edge, in Gloucester ch inquirers will infallibly adopt them.
In Mr. Biddle's case the result was a conviction that the ation on a different track from themselves.
Biddle was presently summoned before the magistrates have been recorded.
For about three years Mr. Biddle and his friends appear to have enjoyed the l ut to interrupt, oppose, and contradict.
If Mr. Biddle had returned the compliment, the constable w in his original opinion.
About this time Mr. Biddle published several small pieces, chiefly tran s usual, to be burnt by the common hangman.
Mr. Biddle was summoned to the bar of the House, and in the forty-seventh year of his life.
That John Biddle was prepared to meet death in whatever form etted that the little band of followers whom Mr. Biddle had collected, though many of them had imbib [15 more...]