This volume contains two related diaries written in East Anglia spanning the period 1640-1730: those of Isaac Archer, an Anglican minister, who served several parishes in east Cambridgeshire and west Suffolk and William Coe, a gentleman-farmer and native of Mildenhall whose family derived their wealth from the Suffolk cloth trade. Archer, a reluctant conformist after the Restoration, agonized for many years about his allegiance to the established church, while Coe had few doubts about his Anglicanism; and both constantly meditated on their personal relationship with God. These diaries, as well as affording a view of two different lives, provide a valuable record of provincial society.
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Descrizione libro Boydell & Brewer Inc, 1994. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. Never used!. Codice libro della libreria P110851155642