well-affected

well-affected

adj
(well affected when postpositive) favourably disposed (towards); steadfast or loyal
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Henry Marten attempted to stir up his hearers with the vision of "a generall and unanimous rising of the people both in this Citie, and in other parts of the Kingdome, [which would] take downe the partition wall betwixt well-affected and ill-affected.
Londoners were told "that the well-affected party had been overvoted in the House of Commons and that 20,000 Irish were to come over; [therefore], all well-affected persons should repair to Westminster the day following.
The humble petition of the well-affected Prentices (Guildhall Lib.