In the year 1670, came forth the conventicle Act, prohibiting Dissenters' meetings, under severe penalties.
He was one of the first sufferers by the passing of the conventicle Act, in 1670.
She will be an old maid now, sure as eggs are eggs, unless she marries some conventicle preacher.
The soldiers were advancing in full view of the conventicle.
Meeting house and conventicle took their place beside parish church and cathedral.
The present measure is as admirably adapted for the Platform as for the conventicle.
And Ann Grete could not refuse to obey her master, and so on that evening she did not get to the conventicle.
What sent you to the conventicle, then, when you fear the red-coats so greatly?
The great terrible Aphrodite—ruler of gods and men—is not to be banished by conventicle or council.
Either not a stole, or not a conventicle—that should have been his motto.