The Age of George III
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Taken from Norman Gash, The Age of Peel (London, Edward Arnold, 1973), with the kind permission of Professor Gash. Copyright of this document, of course, remains with him.
The General Body of Ministers of the Three Denominations was a body which had existed since 1727 to represent the Presbyterians, Congregationalists (formerly known as Independents), and Baptists in their dealings with the government of the day. The United Committee of Dissenters set up in 1827 to conduct the parliamentary campaign for the repeal of the Test and Corporation Acts had requested them to prepare fresh petitions for the 1828 session. The Rev. John Rippon was a well known Baptist divine, pastor at Carter Lane and New Park St., London (1773-1836), and a former editor of the Baptist Annual Register.
At an Extraordinary General Meeting of the Protestant Dissenting Ministers of the Three Denominations, held at the Library, Redcross Street, on Tuesday, November the 13, 1827, The Rev. John Rippon, D.D. in the Chair,
It was unanimously Resolved,
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