By Richard L. Greaves

Greaves states on the outset the formidable scope of his e-book. He has, as he claims, "analyzed the idea of Elizabethan clergy and laity on approximately each subject of social importance to envision to what quantity there has been contract between Anglicans, Puritans, Catholics and Separatists...and similar that idea to social perform up to possible."

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