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Anne Hutchinson
(1591-1643) born on
US religious leader. She was the first woman in the new world to insist on practicing her religious faith as she chose, including holding religious meetings in her home.
         
   
F
An oath, sir, is an end of all strife, and it is God's ordinance.

R
I thinke the soule to be nothing but Light.
A
I feel that nothing important ever happens that is not revealed to me beforehand.
N
What from the Church at Boston? I know no such church, neither will I own it. Call it the whore and strumpet of Boston, no Church of Christ!
K
She was a woman of haughty and fierce carriage, a nimble wit and active spirit, a very voluble tongue, more bold than a man.
 
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Published Sources for the above Quotations:
F: Spoken at her trial in Boston, 1 Nov 1637; in "Antinomianism in the Colony of Massachusetts Bay, 1636-1638," ed. Charles Francis Adams, 1894.
R: Spoken at her trial in Boston, 1 Nov 1637; in "Antinomianism in the Colony of Massachusetts Bay, 1636-1638," ed. Charles Francis Adams, 1894.
A: D. Crawford, pps.
N: in "Four Women in a Violent Time," by Deborah Crawford, pps. 32-33, 1970.
K: Said of religious pioneer Anne Hutchinsonby Governor John Winthrop xpelled from the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1638 for her insistence on practicing religion as she chose.
   


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