Nayler, James

Nayler, James, a fanatical Quaker in the time of the Commonwealth, with a following as fanatical as himself, who escorted him through Bristol on his release from prison after the manner of Christ's entry into Jerusalem; was very cruelly punished for blasphemy in fancying or seeming to fancy himself a new incarnation of Christ.

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

Naxos * Nazareth
Natural Selection
Natural Supernaturalism
Naturalism
Nature Worship
Nausicaa
Nauvoo
Navarino
Navarre
Nawab
Naxos
Nayler, James
Nazareth
Nazarites
Neagh, Lough
Neal, Daniel
Neal, John Mason
Neander, Johann August Wilhelm
Neath
Nebiim
Nebraska
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