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of the popish administration of the time. But he declined the proposal for the present. Having no immediate engagement in England, he accepted an invitation from Sir Robert Rich, one of the Lords of the Admiralty, to his seat near Beccles in Suffolk, and was induced by him to officiate as minister to a small dissenting congregation at Lowestoff, in that county. Here he remained about a year and a half, though without formally undertaking the pastoral charge. During his residence at Lowestn had been made. Note.—Mr. W. Manning was one of the venerable two thousand whose names were immortalized in the recollection of all true lovers of religious liberty on Bartholomew's day, 1662. He was ejected from Middleton, in the county of Suffolk. In Palmer's Non-conformist's Memorial, he is described as a man of great abilities and learning, but he fell into the Socinian principles, to which he adhered till his death, which was in February, 1711. Descendants of this gentleman are stil