Semi Separatists

Semi separatists a name given to certain persons in the 17th century who would listen to the sermons of the Church of England clergymen, but not to the common prayer. They would remain outside of the churches until the prayers were done, and then rush in and hear the sermon. See Pagitt, Heresiography (ed. 1662), p. 94.

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