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71) Edwards Gangraena (1646) likewise complained that Baptist writers gave "swelling Titles to their books they set forth, as, Innocency and Truth Triumphing together, as, Truth gloriously appearing, [and] The storming of Antichrist.
99) Then, in the early months of 1646 and leading into the summer, the Leveller leaders published a plethora of pamphlets, beginning with Lilburne's Innocency and Truth Justified (January).
My God hath sent his angel, and hath shut the lions' mouths, that they have not hurt me: forasmuch as before him innocency was found in me; and also before thee, O king, have I done no hurt.
But no sooner did he transgress, than instead of enjoying the boldness of innocency, and the liberties of paradise, he sneaks away to hide himself.
He even seems to have tried to treat a case of Tourette's Syndrome in a patient who would "with perfect innocency of mind, in lieu of such combinations of elements as that, or good, or when, and a thousand others equally indispensable to the construction of the simplest sentences, pronounce sounds that had the semblance of such shocking words, as the pen must not write, nor the ear of modesty listen to" (Results of Experience 39).
14; John Goodwin, Truth and innocency triumphing together (London, 1648), pp.
his life; but, by the goodness of God, his own innocency and courage,
Let none then hereafter secure themselves in personal innocency or rest in actual purity from the sins of the times," Fairclough proclaimed.
Nothing but Innocency and Knowledge can make the Mind truly easy.