His opinions, as he was a nonjuror, seem not to have been remarkably rigid.
The "nonjuror" alone survives as a memorial of the Drury season of 1717-18.
The nonjuror in whose favour Johnson made this exception was Charles Leslie.
All the Jacobites in town united to condemn a play, by the author of the "nonjuror," with Vanbrugh for colleague.
Mr. Clayton, as will be conjectured from what we are about to narrate, was a Jacobite and a nonjuror.
The nonjuror was a man thoroughly fitted by nature, education, and habit for polemical dispute.
There can be little doubt that the "nonjuror" was one of the causes of Pope's enmity to Cibber.
Six months, to be reckoned from that day, were allowed to the nonjuror for reconsideration.
Henry Dodwell, the nonjuror, died in 1711, in his seventieth year.
Such men, it is evident, were not likely to see the Revolution in the light in which it appeared to an Oxonian nonjuror.