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Dr. Sacheverel"s progress from London to his rectory of Salatin in Shropshire
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Sacheverell himself appeared in Shropshire in July, after his triumphal ‘progress’ from London to be installed as rector of Selattyn, near Oswestry, a living to which he had been presented by Robert Lloyd II, a son of the former county Member and a former pupil of Sacheverell at Oxford.
Sacheverell carried his opposition to dubious taxation into the country, and resigned from the commission of the peace, seemingly in protest against the dismissal of Robert Pierrepont.
Quite exceptionally for a man of his wealth and standing, he was omitted from the last assessment commissions of. Full text of "Transactions of the Shropshire Archaeological and Natural History Society" See other formats.
Henry Sacheverell, (born ?—died June 5,London, Eng.), English preacher, an assertively narrow-minded supporter of the Anglican state whose impeachment by the Whigs enabled the Tories to win control of the government in Although he was an obsessive man given to excessive vindictiveness in his writings, his cause was championed by a populace weary of the Whig-directed.
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