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So, again, the rule of the English Church seems less beneficial than that of the more rational and free Nonconformist.
GOD AND MY NEIGHBOURROBERT BLATCHFORD
The Church of England in Wales is greatly inferior in numbers and influence to the various nonconformist branches.
Here he notably enhanced his popularity as a preacher, and became one of the recognized leaders of Nonconformist opinion.
He that did not conform was deprived of more civil privileges than a nonconformist is deprived of by the Test Act in England.
In forming his plan he received much help from Price, a nonconformist minister, distinguished as a writer on financial questions.
The more important nonconformist churches are fully dealt with under their several headings.
Nonconformist worship was made punishable by fine and imprisonment, and on the third offence by transportation.
To be "old-fashioned" and out of date is as truly to be a nonconformist as to be a freak or an originator.
THE BEHAVIOR OF CROWDSEVERETT DEAN MARTIN
He was a decided Nonconformist, a laborious preacher, and a zealous advocate for a pure reformation of the Church.
Mr. Jacomb, we have heard, was a descendant from the early Nonconformist ministers of that name.

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