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The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 6. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier), Old portraits and modern Sketches (search)
at was not to be taken off, without an immediate revelation or call to do so! Ellwood himself seems to have been on the point of yielding to this notion, which appe us; which they did by taking him away. Escaping from these sons of Belial, Ellwood and his fair companion rode on through Tunbridge Wells, the street thronged wimber who attended, their rank and condition, and then informing against them. Ellwood, in his Journal for 1670, describes several of these emissaries of evil. One sm, he turned to the Baptists, where, for a time, he met with better success. Ellwood, at this time, rendered good service to his friends, by exposing the true chare humor of rude, unlearned, and injudicious hearers. The following piece of Ellwood's, entitled An Epitaph for Jeremy Ives, will serve to show that wit and drolleath would have held out, He had Conclusion drawn, no doubt. The residue of Ellwood's life seems to have glided on in serenity and peace. He wrote, at intervals