His career as an MP ended with the Addled Parliament of 1614, and he died in 1620, leaving money - and a share in a Smithfield pub - to a number of puritan causes.
She would never regard the frontier as the breeding ground of puritan virtues.
The roof's prism casts the light throughout the chapel, balancing the only other objects inside - a puritan aesthetic of elegantly austere seating, a simple organ and the barest suggestion of an altar.
Its appeal to the work ethic and to clan loyalty should go straight to Scotland's puritan heart.
So, for instance, we have one essay on John Browne's purchase of crown lands in Boston after the dissolution of the monasteries, while another looks at puritan reform in Chester through the career of the wonderfully named Henry Hardware.
Many of Wahhab's puritan teachings bore certain similarities to those of Cromwell's 17th century supporters in England and their cousins in the Massachusetts Bay Colony.
The biggest sleep robber of all, however, is work - the puritan ethic gone haywire in an era of global markets.
However, the style of argument used by Owen, in line with most other puritan writers, may prove rather difficult for readers who have neither the time nor the inclination to consider this subject in detail.
Your favorite bookstore will not turn into puritan central.
A small number of people in London and puritan Connecticut developed the takeover scheme and English gunboats found an overwhelmed, isolated populace not prepared to fight for a company they increasingly disliked.