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Sandemaʹnians or Glassites

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A religious party expelled from the Church of Scotland for maintaining that national churches, being “kingdoms of this world,” are unlawful. Called Glassites from John Glass, the founder (1728), and called Sandemanians from Robert Sandĕman, who published a series of letters on the subject in 1755.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Sand
Sand-blind
Sand-man is about (The)
Sands
Sandabar
Sandal
Sandals of Theramenes
Sandalphon
Sandalwood
Sandbanks
Sandemanians or Glassites
Sanden [sandy-den]
Sandford and Merton
Sandjar
Sandschaki or Sandschaki-sherif [the standard of green silk]
Sandwich
Sandwichman (A)
Sang Bleu
Sang Froid (French, “cool blood”)
Sangaree
Sanglamore