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Don't edit yetEdit

Please don't edit this article until I've finished it. I plan to add a lot of extra content tomorrow, but I haven't quite got time at this current moment.

Schizmatic 02:47, 18 March 2006 (UTC)

This is hilarious!Edit

Who failed to edit this page, really? It's rather amusing. "James Montagu, William Barlow, Giles Tomson and one more.[1]"!? XD

Melaisis —Preceding comment was added at 17:33, 17 December 2007 (UTC)

More than one more in fact:

The Deans listed at the beginning of the main text of Barlow's Summe and Substance are Lancelot Andrewes [Westminster], John Overall [St Paul’s, London], James Montagu, [the Chapel Royal] Thomas Ravis [Christ Church, Oxford], Richard Eedes [Worcester] William Barlow [Chester] Giles Tomson [Windsor]. In a marginal note to the preface To the Reader, he mentions the Dean of Winchester [George Abbot] and in the main text the Dean of Salisbury. It is not quite clear whom this meant: John Bridges had just been appointed Bishop of Oxford, but had not yet moved, and John Gordon seems to have been named to the Deanery, but not officially appointed at the time of the conference. For further information see N. Tyacke, Anti- Calvinists, Chapter I. The attendance at the conference is discussed in Chapter II of my [unpublished] ThD dissertation, The King’s Own Conference: A Reassessment of Hampton Court 1604 [Trinity College Library, University of Toronto].William L. Craig (talk) 01:36, 9 April 2008 (UTC)