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They also show that in smaller towns and the English countryside, Anglican authorities could apply more pressure than in the crowded conurbation of London and Westminster. There, the Savoy church continued to operate a Consistory after the French manner and its ministers did not wear surplices, while the remarkable later pastoral union between the conformist West Street and nonconformist Crispin Street churches shows there was much less effective supervision 24 25 26 27 p. 417. Bodleian Library, Rawlinson MS C 984, f.
23 Such royalists as there were in London seem to have joined Jean d’Espagne’s splinter congregation in Westminster, a congregation which was licensed as the Savoy church after the Restoration with the proviso it conformed to the Anglican liturgy translated into French. So from the very beginning, conformity could be perceived as a mark of loyalty to the Crown. As for the monarchs, Charles II determined that he would license no new non-conformist churches, a policy he bequeathed to his brother James II in 1685.
London was, in addition, the fount of refugee relief. Equally important, it already housed by far the largest French-speaking community in England, and so was a centre offering advice, assistance, information, and the friendly voice of home. 21 The English government had long been concerned about the mushrooming growth of the capital. By the end of the century it numbered some half a million inhabitants, was over twenty times the size of the next English city, and housed one in every nine or ten Englishmen.
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