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Aug. 24, 1662.
ORIGINALLY WRITTEN BY
EDMUND CALAMY, D. D.
Abridged, Corrected, and Methodized, with many additional Anecdotes
The Second Edition.
IN THREE VOLUMES.
For the Levites left their Suburbs, and their possession, and came to Judah and Jerusalem; for
Jeroboam and his sons had cast them off from executing the Priests Office unto the Lord.---
2 Chron. xi. 14, 16.
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ANSTYS. JOHN Mauduit, B. D. Of Exeter Col. A Oxford. He was the son of Mr. Isaac Mauduit, a respectable merchant in the city of Exeter. Mr. Wood, in his Fasti Oxonienses, mentions him as being senior Proctor of that university in the year 1649. But takes no further no. tiee of him, though it is evident that he sided with the Royalists, and appears to have been held in good estimation at Oxford, from the circumstance of his name being subscribed, in connexion with that of Mr. Hierome Sanchy, a fellow proctor, and Dr. Edward Reynolds, Vice chancellor, to a letter addressed to John Selden, Esq. dated April 1649, most earnestly recoinmending the university of Oxford to his care and protection, under the dangers which at that period sorely threatened it. A copy of this letter may be seen in the life of Mr. Selden, prefixed to the splendid edition of his works in six volumes folio, page 43.
Dr. Walker, in his Sufferings of the Clergy, though he casts so much abuse on so many other's of the Nonconformists, does not attempt to bring any accusation against Mr. Mauduit. He takes care, however, not to pass any enco. mium upon him, even for his loyalty, and only mentions
$ It appears from the Index VILLARIS, that there are two places of this name in Devonshire, the one called East Ansty, the other West Ansty: the former is a Rectory, and the latter a Vicarage. Both of them are small livings, rated at but little more than 101. per unn. At which of them Mr. Mauduit preached doth not appear, or whether statedly at either. VOL, II.NO. XI.