Anne Hutchinson

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Noun1.Anne Hutchinson - American colonist (born in England) who was banished from Boston for her religious views (1591-1643)Anne Hutchinson - American colonist (born in England) who was banished from Boston for her religious views (1591-1643)
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Anne Hutchinson, acting chairman of Wark Parish Council, said: "We have put one seat outside the doctor's because we thought it would be a useful place to have one, and one close to the pensioners' bungalows in Westacres as it gives them somewhere to sit.
A vintage car drove across the route, carrying Anne Hutchinson, chairman of Wark and Stonehaugh Parish Council, followed by the 'Monday Men,' a band of retired men who work in and around the village to keep it tidy and whose regular weeding work on the bridge instigated the efforts to repair it.
In 1638, religious dissident Anne Hutchinson was expelled from the Massachusetts Bay Colony for defying Puritan orthodoxy.
Sixty-two-year-old Anne Hutchinson said she couldn't wait to tell her ill aunt Alice Gray, from Leam Lane, that she'd pulled out a pounds 100 Eldon Square gift card for her.
After attending to general theoretical matters, he offers chapters on the "Body Politic" of the Puritans, the antinomian controversy involving Anne Hutchinson, Cotton Mather, the "Poetics Politics" of Walt Whitman, the autobiography of Henry Adams, and techno music of the 1980s.
All three men criticize the standards for recommending that students learn about Anne Hutchinson, a colonial-era religious liberty pioneer who challenged theocratic Puritan supremacy in Massachusetts.
After being banished from Boston, Anne Hutchinson moved to Vermont.
ANNE HUTCHINSON, daughter of Fred and Marjorie Hutchinson, of Bishop Middleham, County Durham, married Steven Frost, son of Ken and Barbara Frost, of Mount Nod, Coventry, at Whitby, North Yorkshire.
Agents of Wrath studies the relationship between religious and political authority and dissent in early Massachusetts through the ministers George Philips, Roger Williams, Henry Dunster, and John Cotton and his sometimes allies Henry Vane and Anne Hutchinson.
American Jezebel: The Uncommon Life of Anne Hutchinson, the Woman Who Defied the Puritans.
The mid-seventeenth-century emphasis on the Holy Spirit was also weighted with dangerous implication, with women such as Anne Hutchinson heeding its individualistic call, and therefore being divinely punished by giving birth to monsters.
Later, he would provide a haven for another great religious dissenter, Anne Hutchinson, after her banishment from Massachusetts, and secure a royal charter for what became Rhode Island--the first such English grant to articulate fully secular government.