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" The number of those who believed in Wickliff's doctrine very much increased, and were multiplied like suckers growing from the root of a tree. They every where filled the kingdom; so that a man could scarcely meet two people on the road but one of them... "
The history of the life and sufferings of ... John Wicliffe - Page 143
by John Lewis - 1720 - 80 pages
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The History of the Life and Sufferings of the Reverend and Learned John ...

John Lewis - Reformation - 1720 - 405 pages
...of the ' Root of a Tree, were multiplied; and every where filled the Compafsof the Kingdom : Info^ much that a Man could not meet two People on the Road,...Difciple of Wicliffe s. Thefe, the fame Writer, carried Deeven. away with the Sentiments of the Times in which c> a<5<55 he lived, fpeaks very contemptibly...
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The Orthodox churchman's magazine; or, A Treasury of divine and ..., Volume 9

1805
...the root of a tree, were multiplied, and every where filled the compass of tli e kingdom ; insomuch that a man could not meet two people on the road, but one of them was a disciple of W/ci/j^V*. These were, like their master, (continues this prejudiced writer) too eloquent,...
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The History of the Life & Sufferings of the Reverend & Learned John Wiclif ...

John Lewis - 1820 - 389 pages
..." root of a tree, were multiplied ; and every where filled " the compass of the kingdom : insomuch that a man " could not meet two people on the road, but one of them " was a disciple of Wiclifs. So far," says he, " had they " prevailed, that they had got over to their sect...
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The History of the Life and Sufferings of the Reverend and Learned John ...

John Lewis - 1820 - 389 pages
...of the root of a tree, were multiplied, and every where filled the compass of the kingdom; insomuch that a man could not meet two people on the road, but one of them was a disciple of Wiclif's. These were like their master, too eloquent, and too many for other people in...
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1831
...growing from the root of a tree. They every where filled the kingdom ; so that a man could scarcely meet two people on the road but one of them was a disciple of Wickliff'." Knighlon also says, " They so prevailed by their laborious urging of their...
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Wickliffe and His Times

Enoch Pond - 1841 - 197 pages
...tree, which everywhere filled the compass of the kingdom:" and says (somewhat extravagantly I presume) that " a man could not meet two people on the road but one of them was a disciple of Wickliffe. It is amusing to read the character given by Knyghton of some of the more active...
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The Cabinet Portrait Gallery of British Worthies..

Authors - 1845
...that " his followers so increased that they everywhere filled the compass of the kingdom ; insomuch that a man could not meet two people on the road, but one of them was a disciple of Wiclif." This, he affirms, arose from " the respect they always pretended for what they...
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The Annals of the English Bible, Volume 1

Christopher Anderson - Bible - 1845 - 592 pages
...wisdom from the Book of God, and their number could not be few. A contemporary writer has affirmed that " a man could not meet two people on the road, but one of them was a disciple of Wiekliffe." This was the testimony of an enemy, and not improbably the language of hatred...
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The Church of Christ in the Middle Ages: An Historical Sketch Compiled from ...

Church history - 1845 - 495 pages
...of the realm." Knighton, the popish chronicler, * Foxe, vol. iii. p. 187. goes so far as to assert, that " a man could not meet two people on the road, but one of them was a disciple of Wiclif's." Wiclif himself boldly declares, that a third part of the clergy thought with...
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Cabinet Portrait Gallery of British Worthies, Volumes 1-3

Great Britain - 1845
...that " his followers so increased that they everywhere filled the compass of the kingdom ; insomuch that a man could not meet two people on the road, but one of them was a disciple of Wiclif." This, he affirms, arose from " the respect they always pretended for what they...
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