Bates - BX5207 B3 B2 1692

Mr. Richard Baxter. .99 was a fufhcient Indication of the King's averfenefs to it. After theDeclaration there were many Conferences at the Savoy between the Bifhops and force Dotors of their Party, with Mr. Baxter and forme other Minifters, for an Agreement, wherein his Z'al for Peace was moft confpi- cuous : but all was in vain. Of the Particulars that were debated, he has given an account in Print. Mr. Baxter, after his coming to London, during the time of Li- berty, did not neglet} that which was the principal Exercife of his Life, the preaching the Gofpel, being always fenfïble of his duty of laving Souls. He Preacht at St. Dunjfz;s on the Lord's-days iu the Afternoon. I remember one inf}ance of his firm Faith in the Divine Providence, and his For- titude when he was engaged in 11 z his