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Terse ). 47 Hall, A Modest Confutation, pp. –. 48 For Milton’s possible Laudian sympathies in his youth see Campbell and Corns, pp. , , –. 49 ‘On the new forcers of Conscience under the Long Parliament’, l. ; Works, i ; written c. . 50 See N. H. Keeble, ‘Milton’s Christian Temper’, in John Milton: Life, Writing, Reputation, edited by Paul Hammond and Blair Worden (Oxford, ), pp. –, esp. pp. – on Milton’s attitude to the vulgar. 45 46 The Anti-Prelatical Tracts the logic of this urgent cause required him to entrust the people with a major role in church government, even though he seems not quite to have persuaded himself of his own argument, and never deﬁned precisely what their role should be.
P. . A ﬁne spoof sermon (now attributed to John Taylor) satirizing the unlearned preaching of the sectaries was published as A Seasonable Lecture, or A most learned Oration: Disburthened from Henry Walker, a most judicious Quondam Iron-monger, a late Pamphleteere and now (too late or too soone) a double diligent Preacher (London, ); it has a woodcut on the title page showing a man preaching from a tub. 28 Cp. , ). 29 Taylor, A Swarme, p. . 31 For Taylor, as for Aston, the whole social order is threatened: The world’s turned upside downe, from bad to worse, Quite out of frame, The cart before the Horse.
Works, i . v. uncouth, respectively senses b, c, a. 59 ‘Lycidas’, l. : Works, i . ‘Lycidas’, ll. , : Works, i . ‘Lycidas’, ll. –: Works, i . 2 There was also a dispute I 1 For the context of Milton’s anti-prelatical writings see the copious introduction to CPW, i. Milton’s early religious afﬁliations have been variously interpreted, with Barbara Lewalski seeing him as a young puritan (Barbara K. Lewalski, The Life of John Milton (Oxford, )) while Gordon Campbell and Thomas Corns ﬁnd evidence of early Laudian sympathies (Gordon Campbell and Thomas N.