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Puritan individualism was driving slowly but inevi tably toward open conflict with regal power. IV The determined agitation of the Puritans under James, as under Elizabeth, brought upon their heads only intensified persecution. The Millenary Petition (1603), representing the views of perhaps a thousand of the nine thousand clergymen of the national church, was a moderate plea for modifications of ceremony and discipline, appointment of able preachers, limitation of benefices, and stricter observance of the Sabbath.
Must necessarily, if truely followed, lead on to, and inforce a separation . . ” 100 In The Blovdy Tenent he called for complete freedom of personal interpretation: “In vaine have English Parliaments permitted English Bibles in the poorest English houses, and the simplest man or woman to search the Scriptures, if yet against their soules perswasion from the Scripture, they should be forced . . ” 101 To Williams the realization of the principles of primi tive Christianity seemed hidden so far in the future that even the speediest advances toward it were all too slow.
We are] likely to have no redress, seeing our impudent, shameless, and wainscot-faced Bishops, like beasts, contrary to the knowledge of all men, and against their own consciences, dare in the ears of her M ajesty affirm all to be well, where there is nothing but sores and blisters; yea, where the grief is even deadly a t the heart. . ** Marprelate denounced the destruction of Puritan printing presses and the leniency shown to Papist pamphleteers; he taunted Whitgift for his inability to cope with Cartright’s manifestoes; he declared his undying antagonism to the episcopal hierarchy, while publishing his conditions of peace.