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Excerpt from Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society, Vol. 7
The Lord Christ deeming it most expedient for his people to adde some farther help to assist them 111 cutting downe those cursed errors (that were the next dangerous difficulty they were to meet with) sends 1d the Reverend and bright shining light Mr. Davenport, and the cheer full, grave, and gracious soldier of his, Mr. Allen, as also Mr. Thompson, Mr. Browne, Mr. Fish, with divers other of the faithful] servants of Christ, the much honoured Mr. Eaton and Mr. Hopkins: and now the time being come, the Synod sate at Cambridge. Where was present about 25. Reverend and godly Ministers of Christ, besides many other graciously-eminent servants of his. A Cata logue of the severall Errors scattered about the Coun trey was there produced, to the number of 80. And liberty given to any man to dispute pro or con, and to be charged to be of that opinion he disputed for, un lesse he should declare himself so to be. The Weapons these Souldiers of Christ warred with, was the Sword.
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