1660s, member of the sect founded by English tailor Lodowicke Muggleton (1609-1698).
A third, and the muggletonian struck at him through the wildly flaring light and the drifting smoke wreaths, and missed his aim.
The muggletonian sect have a very odd way of dealing with people.
He may be a Swedenborgian, a Quaker, a muggletonian;—anything will do.
"Cursed be he who makes a mock of age," said the muggletonian, grimly.
Macaulay was once strolling down this street, when he saw in a bookseller's window a volume of muggletonian tracts.
"Just after the nooning," said the muggletonian, and began to curse.
The muggletonian rushed to the door, flung it open, and vanished; the branded man followed.
The muggletonian rowed slowly, peering about him with small, keen eyes.
The two men had not seen each other since the night upon which Landless had been brought to the hut by the muggletonian.
He turned to the muggletonian, standing beside him with staring eyes.