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tS LIVES OF TIIE' PURITANS. when, by the archbishop and others, they were committed close prisoners, two of them to the Clink, and one to the Fleet. It does not appear, however, whether this was Mr. Greenwood's first or second imprisonment. - In the year B. No. A. Can you find sufficient security for your good behaviour ? B. Yes, as sufficient as you can take. A. You cannot have the queen. B, Neither can you take her: she is the judge of the law. Yet, for my good behaviour, I suppose, I could get her word. A, Dash she then know you ? B. I know her. A. Else, were it a pity of yourlife. B. Not so. A. Can you have any of those who came with you, to be bound for you ? B. I think I can. A. Do you know them B. I know one of them. A. What is he ? B. A gentleman of Gray's-inn. A. What do you call him ? B. Lacy. A. Do you know what bond you are to enter into ? You are to be bound to frequent our churches. B. I understood you of my good behaviour. A. That is contained in it, and you had forfeited-your bond at first. B. Now that I know your mind, I will enter into na such bond. A. Will you enter your bond to appear at our court on Tuesday next ; and so on Thursday, if you be not called ; and be bound not to depart, until' you be dismissed by order of our court ? B. No. A. Then I will send you to prison. B. You shall not touch one hair of my head, without the will of my heavenly Father. A. Nay, I will do this to rectify you. B. Consider what you do. You shall one day answer for it. A. You will not swear, our enter a bond for your appearance. B. I will put in bond for my bail in the prison, and for my true imprisonment, A. Nay, that will not serve the turn. Mr. Doctor, enter these things. I will send some to confer with you. B. That were more requisite beforemy imprisonment. Mr. Barrow was then delivered to the pursuivant, who immediately carried him to the Gatehouse, where he remained for some time, not knowing the cause of his imprisonment. November 27th, he appeared a second time, before the highcommission at Lambeth; upon which, the arch- bishop, with a black and an angry countenance, beholding him, inquired whether he would then swear, which introduced the following conference: B. i would not refuse to swear on a proper occasion. A. Will you now swear? B. I mustfirst know to what. A. So you shall afterwards. B. I will not swear unless I know before. A. Well, I will thus far satisfy your humour. Here the archbishop pulled out a paper, containing many things con- fusedly put together, according to the malicious humour of his accuser As " That he denied God to have a true church in England.-That the