Assembly, Westminster

Assembly, Westminster, a body composed of 140 members, of which 117 were clergymen, convened at Westminster to determine questions of doctrine, worship, and discipline in the National Church, and which held its sittings, over 1100 of them, from July 1, 1643, to Feb. 22, 1649, with the result that the members of it were unanimous in regard to doctrine, but were divided in the matter of government.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Assembly, General
Assembly, National
Assembly, Westminster
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