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He was tutor to lady Jane Grey, and more noted for his severity against the Puritans than for his learning.
The Puritans attacked the drama as contrary to Holy Writ, as destructive of religion, and as a menace to public morality.
SHAKESPEAREAN PLAYHOUSESJOSEPH QUINCY ADAMS
He was a sincere and energetic Calvinist, and in 1565 he wrote to Cecil lamenting the measures taken against the Puritans.
Great activity was evinced in their repair, for they had fallen into sad decay during the hard rule of the Puritans.
The characteristics of the separate and independent government of these two classes of Puritans were widely different.
The foregoing pages bear witness that I have not taken a sentence from any writer adverse to the Puritans.
The persecution was short and never unto death, as among the Boston Puritans.
What were the powers claimed and exercised under it by the Massachusetts Puritans?
Towards this fated spot at the dawn of a December Sabbath the little army of Puritans took their way.
A SHORT HISTORY OF RHODE ISLANDGEORGE WASHINGTON GREENE
These people called themselves puritans, as pretending to a purer faith than those of the established church.

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