William Godwin's Diary

Texts Godwin Read


Naylor (14  November  1827) Unable to identify specific title.
WG's History of the Commonwealth (8:317-22) discusses the case of James Naylor, a Quaker accused of blasphemy in 1652. WG cites the following materials:
Cobbet[t], State Trials, Vol. V … (see annotation of WG's diary 1813-03-16)
Journals [of the House of Commons] ( 1827-03-19)
Burton, Diary ( 1824-06-16)
WG reads material by or about Naylor in the British Museum on this date. The British Library currently holds all the cited materials; Burton would have been at the London Institution.

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